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XL's seem to hardly ever make it to "sales" at most of the stockists. Every season any size 38 pants and any XXL tops disappear almost instantly ( I only know of TBB, JackStraw and occasionally Canvas that even carry them). TBB had this season's olive outback canvas fatigues in 38 for several hours. Us larger guys need some love as well!
Many thanks to you M of K for the heads up; I was able to purchase them earlier today. I have been wearing my first pair so much I figured it would be a good idea to pick up another pair. Hopefully the size M isn't too much larger than the S. If you ever want to part with some of your older fatigues, I will always be interested.Take care,Lance
I miss my long FW work shirt...I have a SS15 that fits a bit short for me, if your washing doesn't help perhaps we can make a trade. I think I've worn it once or twice max. PM me if interested.
MoK, I think you and I run roughly the same waist size. I have the fisherman's in a size small and they fit very well. These are almost a "one size fits all" style. The waist actually measures out at almost 48 inches on the smalls, still plenty of fabric left to fold over. I usually wear a 38 or XL in all EG pants. Hope this helps out. I know that Canvas Malibu still had some in navy available. Take care, Lance
Does anyone know what Bloomindales in SF has brought in from this season?
Willing to trade/sell unworn NWT FW14 Lafayette in red, rodeo plaid sz. XL (stock pics. from TBB). Interested in fatigues from any season except the slightly off green ripstop from SS14 (XL or 38).
Has anyone purchased anything in or handled the charcoal diamond pique? Seems like quite a bold texture, Just hoping someone could describe the feel and weight of the fabric. Take care.
MoK,I had emailed Nepenthes last week and they had several variations of the balloon pants in sz. XL and L, they may still have some available. TBB had 38's in all three of their SS15 cinch pants, but they were gone within a day or two.Take care.
No need to stop So do cinches and E-1's (the XL)...but only 2-3 shops ever stock them and when they do, they have a single pair. Haven't found any E-1's in XL from this season anywhere yet. TBB can always be counted on for bringing in the larger sizes but the pants go fast. The only others I know of are MAC and Jackstraw (might be worth calling MoK).Your insight and help is always appreciated.
Unfortunately my problem tends to reside it the waist measurements. I wish I had the self-discipline to make a TTS 36 work for me, but I really need that extra inch or inch and a half!
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