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I agree with DeSense on the new trousers. You should keep them. They look slim enough to me... And for summer pants, as noted, a little bit of space is a good thing.

I am still curious what the difference is in width. 0.25 inches? Is it the case that the flannels were cut slimmer than the published specs?

Alas that Jamison isn't here to weigh in on these differences.

I'm leaning towards keeping them—i'll measure the exact difference tonight. It's like a half inch, which would be a full inch difference in circumference. Within my tolerances—though probably not within manufacturing tolerances.
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You know it's an odd thing. For months I've been going through the rain without an umbrella and I thought I got to get me a HY blackwatch umbrella.. Now that I've had it for over a month it stopped raining. I keep bringing it with me but I'm starting to feel a little silly. Go figure lol.
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These are the light grey hopsack I got from @europrep. I've decided to wear them like a grown man. What do you guys think? Size 32, USA cut, leg openings are at 8 1/8", styled with Carmina Uetam penny loafers.



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That's damn good. Enjoy
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Originally Posted by ScottMC View Post

These are the light grey hopsack I got from @europrep. I've decided to wear them like a grown man. What do you guys think? Size 32, USA cut, leg openings are at 8 1/8", styled with Carmina Uetam penny loafers.

Glad they found a good home. Cut looks very nice on you
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Glad they found a good home. Cut looks very nice on you

Thanks again for the slick deal. Still getting used to these wider legs.

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yeah dude, those are perfect on you. i have yet to find trousers that cut such a fine silhouette on me! @ScottMC
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I can imagine slight more taper at the thigh but really, that seems to me textbook. Clean lines. Better this than a tapered trouser without them.

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