some HY flannel trou in the wild. Really pleased with the fit. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Anyone ever tell ya you look sort of like the actor Tom Hardy?
I have a couple questions in regards to the HY Wool Pants, if someone wouldn't mind answering these for me as I can't seem to find them anywhere else I would really appreciate it.
*How heavy are the classic flannel pants as compared to the 100's and 120's? I live in the midwest and would like to wear these most of the year. I am not too concerned about actually staying warm because I will not be outside much, but I don't want anything super light weight.
*I am looking for Navy and Light Gray flannel, and am hoping to get somewhere between the lighter flannel and the heavier flannel. I don't have any experience with HY, so any suggestions on what is a nice compromise between the various options, and what a good starting point might be, would be great!
*Edit* The 4 seasons is not available in my size or color, so I am looking at 100's, 120's, classic, and anything that is currently available.
Looking to buy some staple grey flannels for fall/winter here in Colorado. Can anyone help explain the difference between the lambswool flannel, the classic flannel, the VBC super 120s flannel, and the VBC super 100s winter flannel and possibly give me a recommendation?
Also, are other sizes in some of the mid/dark grey flannels (size 32 in particular) likely to be restocked soon?
I got the lambswool in mid gray and green, and they're both wonderful. Really gorgeous fabrics. If my wallet allowed, I'd get every color! I still might pick up the brown.
I quickly measured mine (a lambswool v-neck from last winter):
- chest (pit to pit) - 54.5 cm/21.5 in
- length - 67 cm/26.5 in
- sleeve from the center - 79 cm/31 in
- shoulder width - 41 cm/16.1 in
To compare the fit with something widely available, I have a couple of H&M v-necks size M, which fit a bit more snugly in the chest, but comparably in the length and sleeves.
So this is the small?
Does anyone have measurements for a large and medium?
Weird there are no charts on the site.