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Yea, def mainline. The Workaday T's (have white and grey from two years ago) have a different feel and fit.
I have the olive and navy color's from this year. Both have been wash in warm settings but no significant shrinkage. Both are 100% cotton. With sizing, I feel like if you can't fit in a medium in these tees, then the large will fit a bit loose (long back and sleeves needs to be rolled up).
Man, I just bought this literally a month ago from The Bureau. Took the tags off and put it on and don't want it anymore. Too baggy and the front pockets don't really fit me well. Should have returned. Will take a hit and let someone else enjoy them. Brand spanking new. Size 34. Spring/Summer 2015 model. This is exactly what I purchase (have receipt): https://www.thebureaubelfast.com/shop/3290/khaki-65oz-flat-twill-fatigue-pant Measurements and details listed on...
35 degrees heat. I'm guessing from you asking that it won't be so cool in that heat. As long as the fabric is very thin it should be fine.
Hey, is the tropical wool fabric very thin? Is it wearable in the heat?
The Bureau doing 15% off. STPAT15.
looking for this year's Cinch Tropical Wool in Grey size 34. If keen on selling, post me.
Thanks for the response brotha. Would you say it is thinner than the 6.5oz flat twill fatigue pants (khaki) versions? I got a pair of those in last week and they are a bit thick to wear in the sun.
Maybe mentioned in previous posts but can someone explain how thin those high count twill cinch trousers are? My region stays caliente 8months of the year. I found the poplin pima cotton material (from last year) very thin and bearable in the heat.
Price drop $90 plus shipping!!! Need to clean out!
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