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I read that as did anyone buy them that lives in that area. Maybe he wants to see in person.

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Received my second order from HY, the American cut pants worked out great for me.  I was a little disappointed as I really liked the Light Gray Brushed Twill, but the Italian cut does not fit me well.  I also order 6 pairs of socks, both HY and Marcoliani and am impressed by both.

I see more pairs of HY pants in my future, thanks Jamison.

I really liked the simplicity of carrying one model, but having the two works well. I had a customer in the office tonight who was the opposite--the Italian fit much better. Little differences in the cut can make a big difference.
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arghh! your out of stock of the super serge grey in 32

how long till you get the tropical wools back in stock??

what are the plans for nailhead wool? will you be restocking these.

happy new year mate smile.gif
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Any idea of when the Four Season Super 100s Charcoal and Navy will be back in stock?

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I have a pair of Italian cut pants from Fall 2011. I've worn them quite a bit, and the waistband has become stretched out and loose. Has anyone else experienced this?
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Has anyone ordered HY clothing to the EU and knows how much in duty/tarifs I will have to pay (I want to order a few pair of pants fwiw)?
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Originally Posted by europrep View Post

Anyone try the Moon Donegal Tweed Pants? Trying to decide between them or the Lambswool Flannel Pants.

http://www.howardyount.com/collections/pants/products/moon-donegal-tweed-blue

http://www.howardyount.com/collections/pants/products/lambswool-flannel-pants-blue


Get both smile.gif They are both great. The lambswool wears very warm. The donegal have great texture and slight stretch to it due to the somewhat open weave.
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Get both smile.gif They are both great. The lambswool wears very warm. The donegal have great texture and slight stretch to it due to the somewhat open weave.

 

Much appreciated.  I'll start with the Donegal as my office can be on the warm side and I don't want to overheat.  

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Has anyone ordered HY clothing to the EU and knows how much in duty/tarifs I will have to pay (I want to order a few pair of pants fwiw)?

Depends on what country you live in.
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Any idea of when the Four Season Super 100s Charcoal and Navy will be back in stock?

They're leaving the maker in Italy right now. Four Season, Tropical, and Nailhead.
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^what's the diff b/w the wools?
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Depends on what country you live in.

No, European Union should be the same for every country.

Have you ordered and had to pay? A number would be appreciated (via PM if you want to).
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Hello,

 

I'd interested in a pair of flannel pants.

I have trouble deciding between the American and Italian cuts, for the Italian thigh measurements seem to be missing from the size chart.

The only hint I have collected from the last few pages is that for a given size, the thighs on the Italian pants are narrower.

 

Could someone please help me ?

Sorry if this has already been stated.

 

Thank you !

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