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* A HUGE shipment of pants arrived from Italy today. They're not online yet, but spring here we come...

This is really good news considering the options in a size 32 are so limited I can only recall seeing one pair in my size. Finally!
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Great. Wallet brace for impact.
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What colors will we see for the new collection of linen pants? And what will be the price range of them?
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Look what the mail cat dragged in.  They are the light orange linen pants, but they are too small.  I thought the 30" American cut would be ok, but they are like jeggings.  The waist is good though.  Nice and high.  My legs are bigger than my waist in proportion.  I am returning them for the Navy Cotton Canvas pants in 32".  Hopefully those will work out, but I'm sure I'll have to get the waist taken in. 

 

Just to attest to Jamison's great customer service.  I emailed him informing that I would like to exchange the pants for a bigger size.  He got back to me in less than an hour with the address and he said he would ship the exchanged pants right away.  Without even having received my return!!  That's service I have never seen anywhere else.

 

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Just to attest to Jamison's great customer service.  I emailed him informing that I would like to exchange the pants for a bigger size.  He got back to me in less than an hour with the address and he said he would ship the exchanged pants right away.  Without even having received my return!!  That's service I have never seen anywhere else.

+1, Jamison does a great job. I emailed him about some socks on Monday (I think) and I got a response in less than an hour with the answer. I've exchanged items with him before where he'd ship the replacement to me so I could try the smaller/bigger size on side by side. Awesome, can't beat it.

Excited to see the spring trousers from the USA supplier and other items that come in.

I'd like to see some cashmere or lambswool vests for F/W in staple colors (navy, burgandy, brown, gray, forest, camel).
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Does anyone have any experience with the cotton canvas pants and would like to comment on them, as I have an order coming in soon?

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Does anyone have any experience with the cotton canvas pants and would like to comment on them, as I have an order coming in soon?

 

I have a pair and love them. You can dress them up or wear them casually and the beige pair I purchased were a steal at the sale price.

 

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Originally Posted by Al in Philly View Post

 

Just to attest to Jamison's great customer service.  I emailed him informing that I would like to exchange the pants for a bigger size.  He got back to me in less than an hour with the address and he said he would ship the exchanged pants right away.  Without even having received my return!!  That's service I have never seen anywhere else.

 

 

+1 - I just returned my first item and it couldn't have been simpler or more pleasant.

 

Also dipped my toes into the sock pool and purchased 2 pair of HY's socks (1 wool, 1 cotton). I mostly wear basic Gold Toe navy socks so I'm looking forward to seeing if adding a little panache to my outfits gets noticed and see how higher end socks stack up.

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I have the cotton canvas pants in yellow. They are a super-bold color and were a bit heavier than I was expecting. But obviously they are great quality like all HY pants, and I actually found myself wearing them alot more than I expected last summer (with neutrals like a navy blazer).
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Does anyone have any experience with the cotton canvas pants and would like to comment on them, as I have an order coming in soon?

I've got a pair in white cotton canvas. The canvas is similar in weight to some "duck canvas" pants I have. They are fairly substantial yet very breathable. I enjoyed wearing them in the summer last year and look forward to breaking them out again this spring.
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Does anyone have any experience with the cotton canvas pants and would like to comment on them, as I have an order coming in soon?

I have them in red and like the few other owners commenting here, I've found them heavier than I expected. The weight is good though because I've been able to use them in the cooler weather. The red is also a bit on the orange side of the red spectrum which made them easier to pull off in the fall.
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Thank you, gentlemen.  Much appreciated! 

 

I hope the 32" american cut fits better than the 30".  They were literally jeggins, but the waist was pretty close.

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Can anyone tell me what the sleeve measurements for XS and S are for the lambswool sweaters, but measured from the shoulder seam? I think the current measurement is from the back of the neck or something. I'm afraid the sleeves might be too small for me on the XS, while everything else would fit fine.
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^ I can check that on the XS this evening; what length jacket sleeve do you normally wear?

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^ I can check that on the XS this evening; what length jacket sleeve do you normally wear?

My shirt sleeves are usually 26 inches, when measured from the top of the shoulder seam down to the end of the cuff. Thanks a lot.
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I see some new nailhead wool trousers which are made in Italy. Are there more pants still to be uploaded (ie. nailhead made in USA, more linen)? Or is this it for now? I'm particularly interested in nailhead made in USA & linen stuff.
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