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Are you going to bring in trousers with a higher rise?  

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Are you going to bring in trousers with a higher rise?  

Have you tried the Made in Usa line?
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Got these in the mail today biggrin.gif

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From left to right: Pindot, Birdseye, Houndstooth, Regimental, Dots

I'm not sure about the purple dots. Too fruity?
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Got these in the mail today biggrin.gif

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From left to right: Pindot, Birdseye, Houndstooth, Regimental, Dots

I'm not sure about the purple dots. Too fruity?

I like the purple dots
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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.

the 400+ gram pick and pick does not have a nappy feel. I found them to be fantastic, true heavy wool style with a great hand, except they didn't fit and I had to hand them to my smaller brother cry.gif
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Have you tried the Made in Usa line?

Is it only the cotton trousers? Saw some 10.75' rises -- still kind of low and no wool?

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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.

Consider sizing up one, and having the tailor take the waist in (most likely). I'm in your boat, almost exactly.
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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.

pics, please. My size sold out way too fast.
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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

Is it only the cotton trousers? Saw some 10.75' rises -- still kind of low and no wool?

There's this. How tall are the rises on your current pants?
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There's this. How tall are the rises on your current pants?

We'll have more American made wool this fall--Summer 2012 was the first season we carried them, and I we made mostly cotton and linen pants here, just two styles in wool.
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Originally Posted by Liquidus View Post

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.

The broken twill do not have a nappy feel to them, but are not quite the hard finished worsted I think you're looking for. We're sort of between seasons now, with not as much of the heavyweight fall pants you'd want. This is probably closer to what you want, but limited stock left from a previous season: http://www.howardyount.com/products/super-120s-wool-pants-light-gray

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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

Are you going to bring in trousers with a higher rise?  

We're shifting more to the American made cut, which has a higher rise. But higher than that, no.
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Originally Posted by Liquidus View Post


There's this. How tall are the rises on your current pants?

Saw that. 12' (epaulets mostly).  11'-12 offerings would be perfect imo.

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We'll have more American made wool this fall--Summer 2012 was the first season we carried them, and I we made mostly cotton and linen pants here, just two styles in wool.
The broken twill do not have a nappy feel to them, but are not quite the hard finished worsted I think you're looking for. We're sort of between seasons now, with not as much of the heavyweight fall pants you'd want. This is probably closer to what you want, but limited stock left from a previous season: http://www.howardyount.com/products/super-120s-wool-pants-light-gray
We're shifting more to the American made cut, which has a higher rise. But higher than that, no.

Great - will they still be a slim cut? Perhaps 11-12' rise, 8' leg opening 24.5 - 25' inch thigh?

 

I'm not trying to articulate my ideal pant, here -- no, no stirpot.gif

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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

Great - will they still be a slim cut? Perhaps 11-12' rise, 8' leg opening 24.5 - 25' inch thigh?

I'm not trying to articulate my ideal pant, here -- no, no stirpot.gif

The American made are slim, definitely. They taper a bit more below the knee. They're just a little more forgiving in the waist, seat, and thigh. Details are up on the site right now--fit is the same in cotton, linen, and wool.
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The American made are slim, definitely. They taper a bit more below the knee. They're just a little more forgiving in the waist, seat, and thigh. Details are up on the site right now--fit is the same in cotton, linen, and wool.

All I see are size charts -- is there a description section I am missing?

I assume you are giving me a general overview as I am not seeing any "American" sections.

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