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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

Paisley PS, green Donegal trouser, purple lambswool trouser, brushed grey twill trouser. Current sale limited my purchase because many items were OOS. I will definitely grab some more things. His stuff is wonderful!


great choices
post #3077 of 4628
So i got the Tan classic flannel pants:

http://www.howardyount.com/collections/wool-pants/products/classic-flannel-pants-tan

Now, the construction is as per usual, but the fabric doesn't not feel like flannel, but more so a twill. Its not a bad fabric per se, but it sure doesn't seem like flannel, an excellent example of which is the VBC 100s.

Anybody else notice the same from these pants?

thanks.
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I just received the camel moleskin pants. Soo cozy. I'm eagerly anticipating a restock in American cut pants for spring!
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+1 on the moleskins. I've always disliked cotton pants, even khakis, but these have converted me to a believer. Trouble is, I'm hooked on HY cotton pants (I'm sure Jamison doesn't see this as a problem).
post #3081 of 4628
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Originally Posted by Thrifter View Post

I just received the camel moleskin pants. Soo cozy. I'm eagerly anticipating a restock in American cut pants for spring!

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Originally Posted by Rich0116 View Post

+1 on the moleskins. I've always disliked cotton pants, even khakis, but these have converted me to a believer. Trouble is, I'm hooked on HY cotton pants (I'm sure Jamison doesn't see this as a problem).

Having never owned moleskin trousers, I am unclear as to whether it is acceptable/proper to cuff this fabric. I haven't been able to find a consensus - what are you guys doing?
post #3082 of 4628
On Jamison's recommendation, I cuffed mine to dress them up a bit.
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Originally Posted by HughJ View Post


Having never owned moleskin trousers, I am unclear as to whether it is acceptable/proper to cuff this fabric. I haven't been able to find a consensus - what are you guys doing?

I don't cuff any of my trousers, regardless of fabric choice.
post #3084 of 4628
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Originally Posted by reidrothchild View Post

On Jamison's recommendation, I cuffed mine to dress them up a bit.

Thank you.

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Originally Posted by Thrifter View Post

I don't cuff any of my trousers, regardless of fabric choice.

Understood, but I've always cuffed all of my trousers and would avoid these if it were a "mistake".
post #3085 of 4628

I cuff all of my trousers, regardless of fabric---including moleskin.

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I placed an order on Feb 4th (a week ago) and got an email for 'order confirmation'. Is there a seprate email you get for when it's shipped? Because I have yet to receive that yet. Wondering if they have been shipped yet.
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Can anyone tell me the back rise measurement on a pair of size 34 pants? Is it about 17 inches?
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

I placed an order on Feb 4th (a week ago) and got an email for 'order confirmation'. Is there a seprate email you get for when it's shipped? Because I have yet to receive that yet. Wondering if they have been shipped yet.

I've ordered from HY three times. The last time, a month ago, I received a confirmation email, and then an "order shipped" email a few days later.
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

Can anyone tell me the back rise measurement on a pair of size 34 pants? Is it about 17 inches?

Which cut? American or Italian?
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Originally Posted by velomane View Post

I've ordered from HY three times. The last time, a month ago, I received a confirmation email, and then an "order shipped" email a few days later.

Yeah that's what I thought, hopefully I get the shipped soon.
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