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Any sports coats in eu44?

No. 36 (eu 46) is the smallest I've had made.
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mention of HY in Gothamist

http://gothamist.com/2012/07/11/5_tips_for_new_york_men_from_the_gn.php
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I would cuff them, though I prefer 1.75". I think a cuff looks great on these.

just received a pair of the linen herringbone pants and am windering whether to cuff. I'm a big guy so i wonder if the cuffs might looks strange.
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What socks would you pair with the blue Glenn Plaid trousers?

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Recently picked up a surcingle belt and I really like it. Thanks for the great service.
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Howard Yount for People Under 6"

I'm 5'9" 175 lbs, 22" thigh, 14" calf - will Howard Yount's fit me well to those who have tried them? So far, the best fitting pants have been Boss Sharp and Banana Republic Tailored Fit.

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It would be pretty dumb if Howard Yount's pants don't fit people under 6".
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Originally Posted by barracudapartne View Post

I'm 5'9" 175 lbs, 22" thigh, 14" calf - will Howard Yount's fit me well to those who have tried them? So far, the best fitting pants have been Boss Sharp and Banana Republic Tailored Fit.

They should fit yol, but I would size up one from your regular if you are buying the Italian made pairs. They are slim in the waist and seat so I think will be too small otherwise.
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Originally Posted by Liquidus View Post

It would be pretty dumb if Howard Yount's pants don't fit people under 6".

Six inches? Which measurement are we talking about here?
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Originally Posted by CruzAzul View Post

Six inches? Which measurement are we talking about here?

Lilliputians need clothes too.
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mention of HY in Gothamist
http://gothamist.com/2012/07/11/5_tips_for_new_york_men_from_the_gn.php

Cool! I like gothamist.
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Originally Posted by pasey25 View Post

just received a pair of the linen herringbone pants and am windering whether to cuff. I'm a big guy so i wonder if the cuffs might looks strange.

I would probably cuff them, myself. Do you usually wear cuffs? If so, I wouldn't say there's anything about these pants that should prevent you from cuffing.
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Originally Posted by TheloniusDrunk View Post

What socks would you pair with the blue Glenn Plaid trousers?

Plain ribbed or birdseye would be easiest. Pindot would work, as would larger dots, though that's a little heavy on pattern.
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Recently picked up a surcingle belt and I really like it. Thanks for the great service.

Glad to hear it!
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Wearing my steel blue pointed knit today. Looking forward to purchasing more colors.

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How do their umbrellas compare to Briggs and James Smith?
Edited by CalTex - 7/12/12 at 8:35am
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The tan suede monks are cool. I'm a 9.5 in the Barrie and the HY 9 fits just fine. They also match my Alden tan suede belt near perfectly.
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I'd like to make another order of pants that have the following criteria:

Made in Italy cut
Mid or heavyweight fabric
Smooth (worsted?) finish that holds a crease. Not like flannels

Looking at the website, it looks like the super 120s and super 100s are what I'm looking for? The Pick & Pick and Broken Twill are similar to flannels in their "nappy" feel right? Thanks.
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