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post #4156 of 4626
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Originally Posted by zerostyle View Post

Which pair of HY pants would you guys go with to meet this criteria?

1. Medium gray (not charcoal) color, and fairly simple with no strong pattern. I want to be able to wear them fairly often without it being obvious.
2. 4-season weight. I live in DC and the summers are brutally hot. Would prefer to err slightly on the lighter side since I don't mind if my legs are a little cold in the winter. Obviously not flannel. Just not sure if I should be going with the tropical weight stuff or a regular weight.
3. Slim fitting, I'm not a big guy (5'9/160lbs)
4. Trying to find something under $120 if possible, but have some flexibility

I'm kind of overwhelmed by all the choices on the site.

http://www.howardyount.com/collections/pants/products/three-season-super-110s-d-ring-mid-gray

Closest match I see.
post #4157 of 4626
Euro, you were right about Jamison. He might not answer emails, but those refunds come quick! First time I've had to send something back and make me feel good about ordering more. I have the new fresco and hopsack gray on the way.
post #4158 of 4626
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Euro, you were right about Jamison. He might not answer emails, but those refunds come quick! First time I've had to send something back and make me feel good about ordering more. I have the new fresco and hopsack gray on the way.

I'm about to order those new pants, too - probably both frescos and the hopsack
post #4159 of 4626
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I'm about to order those new pants, too - probably both frescos and the hopsack

I'll post some pictures on Monday...
post #4160 of 4626
Nice, thanks.
post #4161 of 4626
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Euro, you were right about Jamison. He might not answer emails, but those refunds come quick! First time I've had to send something back and make me feel good about ordering more. I have the new fresco and hopsack gray on the way.

Glad to hear it went smoothly. Look forward to pics.
post #4162 of 4626

 

Agreed, except they are the USA cut rather than the Italian cut - and may not be slim enough.  Depends on build, of course.  The USAs fit me perfectly and they look plenty slim enough for me.  

post #4163 of 4626

That was the closest I saw as well - but why the D-ring? Since I'd wear a belt, wouldn't that just get in the way?
post #4164 of 4626
You would not wear a belt with the D Ring pants
post #4165 of 4626
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Originally Posted by zerostyle View Post


That was the closest I saw as well - but why the D-ring? Since I'd wear a belt, wouldn't that just get in the way?

 

 

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Originally Posted by europrep View Post

You would not wear a belt with the D Ring pants


That's the point with the D-ring. You don't wear a belt.

post #4166 of 4626
New USA Fresco and Hopsack for Spring. Sorry about the pic quality...I was in a rush.

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post #4167 of 4626
His website photos really do not do this stuff justice. Thanks for the nice close up shots.
post #4168 of 4626
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Originally Posted by zerostyle View Post

Which pair of HY pants would you guys go with to meet this criteria?

1. Medium gray (not charcoal) color, and fairly simple with no strong pattern. I want to be able to wear them fairly often without it being obvious.
2. 4-season weight. I live in DC and the summers are brutally hot. Would prefer to err slightly on the lighter side since I don't mind if my legs are a little cold in the winter. Obviously not flannel. Just not sure if I should be going with the tropical weight stuff or a regular weight.
3. Slim fitting, I'm not a big guy (5'9/160lbs)
4. Trying to find something under $120 if possible, but have some flexibility

I'm kind of overwhelmed by all the choices on the site.

PM coming your way......
post #4169 of 4626
These two are must haves. Instantly became two of my favorite trousers. I'll post an action pic on Thursday.
post #4170 of 4626
Just placed my first order - brown and medium gray flannel trousers. Hoping the Italian cut works for me - measurements say it should! Guess we'll find out on Thursday!
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