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lambswool sweater owners, is the Landscape more of a charcoal shade vs. the Dove/Light grey? Thanks
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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.

 

Hey Jamison, I sent an email through the website a few days ago and haven't had an answer so I figured I'd ask here. I was just wondering if there are going to be options in the American cut in the Spring and when. Like PMac the American cut is great but the Italian is just a hair too small. They are definitely within tailoring range but messing with the waist adds a lot to the bill.

 

It would also be pretty great if you could filter the pants by cut instead of having to click on all of them!

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It would also be pretty great if you could filter the pants by cut instead of having to click on all of them!

+1 to this!
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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 !

I own a pair in each cut. The Italian cut is slightly narrower in the thigh than the American, and tapers less gradually. I prefer the Italian cut on myself, but only slightly. I don't find any dimension of either cut remotely extreme, so any future purchases I make will be based solely on fabric selection. YMMV.
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lambswool sweater owners, is the Landscape more of a charcoal shade vs. the Dove/Light grey? Thanks

Landscape is a nice light-ish green color. Not even close to gray at all.
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It would also be pretty great if you could filter the pants by cut instead of having to click on all of them!

 

+2, this would be fantastic.

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It would also be pretty great if you could filter the pants by cut instead of having to click on all of them!

+3 to this! I've been thinking about how useful this option would be for a while.
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+4!
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I own a pair in each cut. The Italian cut is slightly narrower in the thigh than the American, and tapers less gradually. I prefer the Italian cut on myself, but only slightly. I don't find any dimension of either cut remotely extreme, so any future purchases I make will be based solely on fabric selection. YMMV.

 

Thank you HughJ.

 

 

Any chance for a restock on the VBC Super 100s Winter Flannel - Mid Gray or Lambswool Flannel Pants - Mid Gray in small sizes ?

I know the season is almost over, but who knows...

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+5 - but also being able to filter by waist size too!
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+10000000 on the waist size option.
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

Hey Jamison, I sent an email through the website a few days ago and haven't had an answer so I figured I'd ask here. I was just wondering if there are going to be options in the American cut in the Spring and when. Like PMac the American cut is great but the Italian is just a hair too small. They are definitely within tailoring range but messing with the waist adds a lot to the bill.

It would also be pretty great if you could filter the pants by cut instead of having to click on all of them!

I have some on hand now, but haven't had a chance to photograph/post them yet. They'll be live in three or four weeks, max.
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Thank you HughJ.


Any chance for a restock on the VBC Super 100s Winter Flannel - Mid Gray or Lambswool Flannel Pants - Mid Gray in small sizes ?
I know the season is almost over, but who knows...

Sorry, not going to restock. Odd pairs can come back on returns.
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+5 - but also being able to filter by waist size too!

Working on it. Not imminent, but working on it.

Hey guess what I learned this week, three days of jury duty are not fun!
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We restocked a few lambswool sweaters, so if something you wanted is now out of stock, check again. Also, they're on sale!
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Any chance that you'll be making khakis in the Italian cut? It fits me extremely well.

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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post

We restocked a few lambswool sweaters, so if something you wanted is now out of stock, check again. Also, they're on sale!
damn J, not good for my budget...Landscape or Dove Gray or Burgundy or Tartan Green ? baldy[1].gif
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