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The original gold standard in jeans. Classic slim straight fit in beautiful dark denim.   Tag size is a 33"Wx38"L, actual measurements are as follows:   Waist: 31" (expect some stretch) Inseam: 35" Total length: 44.5" Front rise: 11" Rear rise: 14" Hem: 8"   These have only been soaked, tried on, and stored. Very slight line 6" from hem from storage fold. No other use or wear.   These retail for $250.   Thanks for reading.
Polished to perfection and befitting of the most elegant black-tie affairs. These are the gold standard in classic formal footwear. No proper black tie rig is complete without a pair of formal pumps. See   Features: Made in England by Peal & Co. for Brooks Brothers Size US 11.5 D (medium width) Rich black patent leather Leather sole Black leather lining Pinched grosgrain ribbon   Appear to have...
From Scott's website (if it is current), I would think the wicket and craig 15oz natural skirting. However, I left some judgement up to Scott when I ordered; I simply asked for a thick natural belt about 1.5" wide.
I purchased them from someone who bought a tagged size 33x38 (didn't measure actual) and hot soaked them and they got too small for them and just were put into storage. I did my own additional hot soak and then tried them on.   Also, at its current "30 inch waist", it stretches well enough to fit my ~32" waist perfectly when worn at proper rise height. The 30" is measured without me pulling on the waistband at all.
I recently came to possess a pair of 1947 501 STF in 33w38l. They have only been hot soaked, and they shrunk down to about a 30"w36"l. Right now, I can get into them fine, and they fit perfectly (except for the length). Since they were just soaked and would seem to be at their smallest, would it be advisable to get the next size down to accommodate stretching, or should I keep them as is?
I have owned a few pairs of Allen Edmonds shoes and have been very pleased. However, I was wondering if they have any more "elongated", if you will, style shoes. For example, the Harrison model looks like an elongated Park Avenue. I have had a few other "nice" shoes (grensons, church's, etc.) and they all had a bit less round toe, more of a point. I see this same look on a lot of highhighhigh end shoes, and overall I prefer this look.   Where can I find more Allen...
The belt I ordered from Scott (Unlucky) came in today. Quality work all around, highly recommended.  
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