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post #2206 of 4759
Hey Jamison,

My waist size is 30.5" and size 28 pants Made In Italy was perfect. Should I size up in pants Made In America? Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

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.

Yeah, there are size charts for the American and the Italian pants. Any questions, let me know.
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Originally Posted by lychyrychy View Post

Hey Jamison,
My waist size is 30.5" and size 28 pants Made In Italy was perfect. Should I size up in pants Made In America? Thanks!

I would get the size 28 in the American. Because of the higher rise, the waist doesn't need to be as large.
post #2208 of 4759
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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

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.

The size charts for "American" and "Italian" are different. Look at the trouser page: if it says "Made in USA" it has the "American" fit; "Made in Italy," the "Italian."

post #2209 of 4759
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post

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

Yes, I have those in Mid-Grey and they're what I'm looking for. Do you plan on getting more of those in colors beyond greys?
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Thanks to Jamison's email about the summer sales now my wallet is $550 lighter! ffffuuuu.gif
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Probably going to get some sneers just asking this, but how would you compare HY wool pant quality to Hugo Boss and Theory wool pants? I've been predominantly wearing HB/Theory b/c that's what my local dept stores carry in slim fit and haven't had any issues. Would the HY pants be similar in fit (they measure out almost the same, with Theory 0.5 inch slimmer) and would the quality be noticeably higher? The pricing is about the same.
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HY would be a slimmer fit than HB. I had to let mine out. Quality isn't even close. HY by a landslide.
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Howard Yount pants have a pretty serious taper from knee to ankle. My Boss trousers are closer to a straight leg.
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In case you missed the email, or aren't on our mailing list, we're having a big sale of summer pants. Lots of great stuff from this season, and if you're lucky, some clearance prices on odds and ends.

SummerPantsSale1.jpg
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I just ordered another pair when I got the email too. HY are the only pants I buy now.
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Originally Posted by david123 View Post

I just ordered another pair when I got the email too. HY are the only pants I buy now.

best rtw fitting pants for me too icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by lychyrychy View Post

best rtw fitting pants for me too icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Nice to hear!

We still have some stock of summer pants, though sizes are selling out.
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PM if anyone changes their mind on Nailhead Wool Pants - Blue Size 32.
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Hey look at that. All the current HY umbrellas. 42 styles.

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http://howardyount.tumblr.com/
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I would throw in my $0.02 that it would be easier to browse them on the online store if the thumbnail picture showed them open.

Regardless, these are fantastic.
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