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I sized down a half size and they fit perfectly. I know Unipair Guy owns a pair as well and sized down. Unipair's cobbler was impressed with the shoe.

Definitely buy them.
Hey Claghorn!

I remember seeing your post with this pic in HOF(?). Just wanted to say, well done! Cheers!
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Originally Posted by Mr Clemson View Post

Looking good man. I want to get them, but I'll have to wear thick socks and/or include an insert if they run small (8D left and that's my true size). Do you know if Jamison accepts returns on sale items? If so, I may try them. I have about four trousers from him, but I've never had to return or exchange.

Hey Mr Clemson!

If an item is listed as "final sale", it's typically not returnable, but he has made an exception for me before. I ordered the summer yellow SC for $199, returned it because it was too big, then bought it again and paid about the same to alter it, craziness I know, but it was worth it. Jamison was a real sport for putting up with me wink.gif
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Anyone own the cognac pebble grain boots and have thoughts and pictures they would like to share?  If you own them, did you size down?  Looks like a pretty good sale price.

I own the dms, did size down as well however they killed my heels for about 3 months, was close to giving them away hehe but alas now they fit good.
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Thanks guys.  Very helpful. 

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Are the lambswool sweaters made by William Lockie?
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I think someone mentioned Lyle and Scott ITT.
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I mentioned both Lyle & Scott and William Lockie based on my analysis of the codes on the tags on the cashmere sweaters from previous years.  I don't have any of the lambswool and don't know where it's from.  I do have a cotton sweater that seems to also be from William Lockie.

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IIRC someone said that they saw a package with Lyle Scott on it, but could be both prdoucers I assume.
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Any chance of a made in usa flannel restock!?
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Mr. Yount,

 

I sent an email to your firm through the contact option on your website about a week ago and have not heard back.  I asked about sizing on both trousers and sweaters.  

 

Is there a better contact address to send my questions to?

 

Thanks

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Originally Posted by Ennius View Post

Mr. Yount,

I sent an email to your firm through the contact option on your website about a week ago and have not heard back.  I asked about sizing on both trousers and sweaters.  

Is there a better contact address to send my questions to?

Thanks

There is no Mr. Yount.

You may try jamison@howardyount.com

What are your questions, we may be able to help... Or look at the garment measurements on the website.
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You may try

 

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There is no Mr. Yount.

You may try jamison@howardyount.com

What are your questions, we may be able to help... Or look at the garment measurements on the website.

 

I noted some threads back you reported significant shrinkage with linen pants, even on washing with cold and hanging dry. Same for other HY linen pants?

 

Anyone have experience with this too? I figured there might be a little shrinkage, especially on the length, but I think Unclesam posted one inch on the waist! Would be nice not to send things to the dry cleaners if possible.

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Got a reply from Jamison within one hour after posting a question on the contact form at the website!

 

Here's what he says about HY linen pants:

 

"I haven't had any feedback from customers on handwashing. The pants are really made for professional cleaning--I'd be mostly concerned about the waistband, not the linen--but I think you could try it, with cold and drip drying."

 

Given unclesam's experience last year, I suppose dry cleaners it is, alas. But still interested in other people's experience. Surely, some of you have bought linen HY trousers!

 

If you have and cold wash them, which ones did you buy? This season?

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"I haven't had any feedback from customers on handwashing. The pants are really made for professional cleaning--I'd be mostly concerned about the waistband, not the linen--but I think you could try it, with cold and drip drying."

 

I would say these concerns are common to most linen trousers.

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I dry clean all my linen trousers.

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