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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

I assume the socks that have been unlisted won't get restocked?

It depends. Some of the styles are year round ones--like pindots--that we'll get around to restocking in early fall. Others are seasonal styles and colors which may or may not be available in the future.
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It depends. Some of the styles are year round ones--like pindots--that we'll get around to restocking in early fall. Others are seasonal styles and colors which may or may not be available in the future.

Speaking of socks, I'm planning to order several cotton OTCs. Are you getting new styles in soon?
post #2118 of 4520
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Originally Posted by Liquidus View Post

Speaking of socks, I'm planning to order several cotton OTCs. Are you getting new styles in soon?

Not imminently. Late July, I think.
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Are the widths of the monks all D?

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Are the widths of the monks all D?

Yes.
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Do you have any plans to extend the made in America line of trousers? I love the fit of them and would kill for some year round staple fabric options.
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Originally Posted by Jimbosaurus View Post

Do you have any plans to extend the made in America line of trousers? I love the fit of them and would kill for some year round staple fabric options.

+1

Best pair of trousers I own.
post #2123 of 4520
I'm a size US 8D in most cases. Should I order the double monks in 7.5?
post #2124 of 4520
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Originally Posted by Mr.Sam View Post

I'm a size US 8D in most cases. Should I order the double monks in 7.5?

I asked Jamison a similar question, I am an 8.5D in Allen Edmonds and he said I should be fine with an 8 in the Double Monks. I should have them in by Saturday or Monday so I can report then. Without a true lacing system I usually prefer a bit more snug fit though.
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How long to ship on the east coast from date of order? Normal terms?

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Originally Posted by Jimbosaurus View Post

Do you have any plans to extend the made in America line of trousers? I love the fit of them and would kill for some year round staple fabric options.
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Originally Posted by prozach1576 View Post

+1
Best pair of trousers I own.

Yes. We have a lot of American made on order. Flannel (seven colors), donegal (two colors), canvas (three colors), khakis, corduroy (five colors) and moleskin (three colors). They are going to be great. The first of them are being cut this week.

I'm glad you guys like them. As you can see from the above--which is probably not even half of the pants we'll have this fall. HY is going BIG for fall 2012.

For at least the next two season we will be doing both models--the Italian and the American. f

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Originally Posted by Mr.Sam View Post

I'm a size US 8D in most cases. Should I order the double monks in 7.5?

Yes, I would try the 7.5 first. These do run pretty large. I'm a 9 in almost everything, an 8.5 in all the Howard Yount shoes so far.
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How long to ship on the east coast from date of order? Normal terms?

Depends on the day. If you ordered today, it would ship tomorrow afternoon and arrive Saturday or Monday, depending on where you are. We ship from Manhattan.
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post

Yes. We have a lot of American made on order. Flannel (seven colors), donegal (two colors), canvas (three colors), khakis, corduroy (five colors) and moleskin (three colors). They are going to be great. The first of them are being cut this week.

Will you be doing a size 33 waist? With the slight increase of girth in the American made trousers (as compared to the italian ones), I'm really hesitant to purchase the new 34s. The 32s are still probably slightly too small for me.
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Originally Posted by erk View Post

Will you be doing a size 33 waist? With the slight increase of girth in the American made trousers (as compared to the italian ones), I'm really hesitant to purchase the new 34s. The 32s are still probably slightly too small for me.

Sorry, but no. I think there's enough room in the pants that they can be altered in and out half a size.
post #2129 of 4520
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post

Sorry, but no. I think there's enough room in the pants that they can be altered in and out half a size.

If it helps you, I got 36s in the Italian ones that usually fit me ok in the waist, one I had to take in a bit. I got the 36s in US too, which fit me much better elsewhere, but def needed to be taken in at the waist. After that alteration, they fit me much better than the Italian ones.
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post


Yes. We have a lot of American made on order. Flannel (seven colors), donegal (two colors), canvas (three colors), khakis, corduroy (five colors) and moleskin (three colors). They are going to be great. The first of them are being cut this week.

 

This is fantastic news. I'll have to put a hold on my trouser budget in preparation! Like others, I love the fit of your US-made trousers.

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