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On another note, can we please stop responding to Jet, he's really just shitting this thread up with his useless comments.

This. Don't feed the troll.
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Jamison, I really love the new HY OTC ribbed wool dress socks, particularly the sizing options. Its great to get a high quality OTC that really fits my foot. I hope you continue to restock these in the core colors: navy, charcoal, med grey. Plus the plum color is pretty stellar too.


Are those machine washable?

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Are those machine washable?

They are tagged "machine wash warm" / "tumble dry low". I might not throw mine in the dryer, though.
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They are tagged "machine wash warm" / "tumble dry low". I might not throw mine in the dryer, though.

Yeah, maybe you can tumble dry them low, but I wouldn't take the chance.  I wouldn't ever throw my wool socks in the dryer.

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I put my Pantherella socks in the dryer on low. I can't be bothered to separate all the socks from the rest of the clothes after they go through the washer.
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I put my Pantherella socks in the dryer on low. I can't be bothered to separate all the socks from the rest of the clothes after they go through the washer.

+1. For me it is laziness though. nod[1].gif
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They are tagged "machine wash warm" / "tumble dry low". I might not throw mine in the dryer, though.

I would never throw wool socks in the dryer unless I felt like replacing x number @ 32 ea.
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I'm looking to buy a couple of pairs of HY wool trousers. I don't have my exact measurements atm, but I'm quite thin, 6'1 and 145 lbs. I generally take a 30 waist in pants. I've heard the HY trousers qualify as slim, but they're not quite as tapered as say, Epaulet.

 

Would it better for me to get a size 28 and let out a bit of the waist if need be, or get a size 30 and have the legs tapered? Or does it not really make a difference?

 

Thanks :)

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I'm looking to buy a couple of pairs of HY wool trousers. I don't have my exact measurements atm, but I'm quite thin, 6'1 and 145 lbs. I generally take a 30 waist in pants. I've heard the HY trousers qualify as slim, but they're not quite as tapered as say, Epaulet.

Would it better for me to get a size 28 and let out a bit of the waist if need be, or get a size 30 and have the legs tapered? Or does it not really make a difference?

Thanks smile.gif

IMO 28 will not fit you at all. Get a 30 and go from there. They fit quite TTS in my experience. I'm 6'0 and 160 lbs and got a size 32, only had to let out the waist less than an inch. Everything else was fine.
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Jamison,

Any chance of a restock on the lambswool flannels in dark grey size 36? Thanks.
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@hayaoyamaneko

I'm 6' and 14 lbs I've bought several HY size 30 (Italian fit). They fit perfectly and I did not have to adjust the waist at all. Would recommend against getting the 28.

HY are my "baggiest" pants. You'll need to taper the legs if you want a slim fit.

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@hayaoyamaneko

I'm 6' and 14 lbs

How are you even alive? biggrin.gif

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thanks for the recommendation, i'll be sure to go with the 30 :)

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How are you even alive? biggrin.gif

It's tough!

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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

IMO 28 will not fit you at all. Get a 30 and go from there. They fit quite TTS in my experience. I'm 6'0 and 160 lbs and got a size 32, only had to let out the waist less than an inch. Everything else was fine.

I'm around 5'10" and 135 lbs and have found that the 28 in the Italian cut fits fine. The 28 in the American cut, not so much.

Speaking of which, has anyone been in contact with Jamison lately? I've been trying to get a hold of him for over a week to exchange a pair of trousers.
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