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Originally Posted by unclesam099 View Post

You should get the size M or even the S. I'm a 40/42 and wear a M from J. Crew and got the M lambswool cardigan, found that it is just right, if not even a little long (which is ok).

I'd go with the Medium.
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Would the classic 14oz flannel pants be appropriate for the current San Francisco climate? Highs range from the low 60s to the low 70s. Thanks.

In the low 70s could be pushing it, but I wear mine in the low 60s. In general, I think the classic flannel is great for SF.
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More stuff coming either this weekend or next. I think you'll be pleased... satisfied.gif
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Some unfortunate news: no more cashmere caps this fall. Production issues, I'm afraid.
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Some unfortunate news: no more cashmere caps this fall. Production issues, I'm afraid.

Fack.
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More stuff coming either this weekend or next. I think you'll be pleased... satisfied.gif

There will be an e-mail blasted at that point, right? So we can jump and buy before they sell out?
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Originally Posted by Cant kill da Rooster View Post

Fack.

Yeah, a big bummer. But we'll get a bunch for next fall.
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There will be an e-mail blasted at that point, right? So we can jump and buy before they sell out?

Absolutely, especially for something this eagerly-anticipated. I've been getting emails...
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Just got the Herringbone Flannels and the Moleskins- have to say, Jamison, the flannels especially are something special. Sure to be a wardrobe staple long-term.
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Yeah, just got my flannel herringbones today. Gorgeous. Makes me really wish I had an extra $400 laying around to pick up another pair of flannels and maybe some pick-and-picks. Sadly, I do not. frown.gif
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Just got my navy pick and picks. Easily the nicest and best constructed pants I've ever purchased.

Problem is the 34s are a bit loose in the waist (comfortably though) but tight on my butt.

Having ripped the seat of two Mabitex I can't help but be paranoid.

Has anyone had a seat tear, or let out the seat without ruining the great silhouette?
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How are the flannel herringbones in warmth compared to the vbc s100? It easily gets down to 68 degrees fahrenheit here in Sweden during the winter frown.gif
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Originally Posted by tricky View Post

Just got my navy pick and picks. Easily the nicest and best constructed pants I've ever purchased.

Problem is the 34s are a bit loose in the waist (comfortably though) but tight on my butt.

Having ripped the seat of two Mabitex I can't help but be paranoid.

Has anyone had a seat tear, or let out the seat without ruining the great silhouette?

Take the pants to a good tailor. There is some room to let out the seat. The tailor can tell you if there is enough.
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post

More stuff coming either this weekend or next. I think you'll be pleased... satisfied.gif

confused.gif Was watching my email all weekend to no avail.
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Originally Posted by rjsphd View Post

confused.gif Was watching my email all weekend to no avail.

Sorry! First look will be tomorrow, and they will be up before the end of the week.
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Love these two.

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