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I think the straight fit is more or less perfect for what it is.However, I would love the a slim-straight fit with the same above-the-knee fit as the straight but with a tapered leg. The slim fits me well enough but I vastly prefer the rise and slightly roomier thigh on the straight from a style and comfort point of view.
Excited to finally get my first Gustin shirt in the grab bag. Nearly every single fabric they've run so far is something I'd wear and the S measures similarly to my Luxire shirts so I'm certain I'll be pleased.
Thanks! I have not yet been back although I am planning to go this summer. I've sent a couple other people his way and they have been pleased. My suit has certainly held up very well.Sadly (maybe not the best word) I have dropped 20+ pounds since I got the suit so I'm going to have to go back to the drawing board with fit on my next visit.
dpak09, I got a similar email on the natural duck canvas pants I backed in January and was similarly bummed about it. Especially because there had been a denim grab bag literally the day before I got the email, so I knew the inventory had probably just been totally cleared out. Fortunately they had a pair of Okayama Standards in my size that they were able to send me, which I preferred to store credit or a refund because I was extremely eager to get a feel for Gustin...
I really do not understand why they haven't improved the chino photography. Like, I backed a pair of them right away but it was in spite of those photos...
Has there ever been a grab bag for shirts?
Those boots sold out in 9D not more than 10 minutes before I made up my mind to buy them last week. So mad.
Dammit, and here I had successfully talked myself into keeping card in wallet thinking they were Loake and therefore not a deal.(er, I mean, thanks for the info!)
What about the Peal & Co chukka field boots that have a crepe sole and no Goodyear welt? Do C&J or AS offer this type of construction or price point? I think there has to be another manufacturer in the Peal & Co mix. http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Peal-Co.%C2%AE-Chukka-Field-Boots/614H,default,pd.html?dwvar_614H_Color=BLCK&contentpos=7&cgid=0522
http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/forum/showthread.php?165062-Peale-amp-Co-shoes-source Here Steve Smith describes some clues to identifying the source of Peal & Co shoes. Going by this, all you can definitively say is that they're not C&J. But it sure seems like they are probably Loake.
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