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They work fine, they're a bit chunky but that's just the way it is with winter boots. I wear mine with straight leg pants and tapered denim, I don't think it looks too bad. Everyone around here wears Blundstone boots anyways so I don't exactly stick out.
I ended up returning the pants, I wore them around my place for a bit and the fit just wasn't right. I measured them and it turns out they are almost a whole size smaller than the original run of camp pants, which themselves were a size smaller than the size charts for TS pants indicate.I love the concept that these guys are working towards and the stuff I have that does fit well are amongst the best clothes I own, but I can't understand how sizing can vary so much in a...
Those would be more than sufficient, Toronto isn't that cold. The boots are waterproof so as long as your feet keep dry, you're all good. There really isn't a winter boot that can do waterproof, warm and stylish all at once (especially if you face salt and slush every day and don't want to invest a lot of money in boots that will be destroyed in a couple years).I wear the 062 model with thick socks and insoles and I don't have any problems with cold feet. That's just my...
Not really. They've got a lot of 'volume', so they're meant to be worn with thick socks. I've found them to more more than sufficient down to -25 Celsius or so with warm socks.
For sale is a SNS Herning 'Net' Cardigan in triple blue, size XL. I've worn it around 10 times. It's a cotton/wool blend with a more open weave than a Stark. Like most SNS knits, the fit is slim with long arms. I'm open to reasonable offers, but I'm already offering it for far below normal price so I won't take any lowballs. All sales final, ask all questions before selling. Please PM questions to me.
So my duck canvas pants showed up - I can confirm that they fit pretty much the same as the original run of camp pants, and you should size up one from your chino size. And it's just my luck that the camel colour is now sold out in my size
Thanks for the responses gents, I've been wearing them around my home to break them in (it's slush city where I live for the next 4 months) so they should be good by spring.
Just got a pair of ranger mocs in from the Club Monaco sale. I followed the sizing advice I found here (the suggestion was to take the same size as one takes in the Alden Barrie last), but they seem pretty tight. I got a pair of penny loafers last year in my 'normal size' (10.5D) and they were huge, so big that I had to sell them. I figured then that sizing down to 10D would work. How much can I expect the chromexel to stretch on the ranger mocs? I have some boots in the...
Do they fit the same as the original run of camp pants? I found those to fit smaller than the normal chinos (which meant sizing up one) .I love the stuff you guys make, but the inconsistent sizing is killing me because of shipping fees (I'm in Canada).
Get some Blundstone boots in the chisel-toe, non-lug soled version. Waterproof, rubber soled and not horrible looking. They're cheap and relatively disposable as well. I wouldn't wear $700+ boots in Canadian slush and salt, that's jsut silly.
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