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Mike,

Any chance we'll see a short sleeve version of the Navy/Red Pindot....?
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Originally Posted by Akeem View Post

I think the loden suede would look better with the double waterlock soles.

 

This statement is true of nearly all Alden shoes.

 

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Originally Posted by MSchapiro View Post

I just ordered a pair of the Ironwood Tweed pants. It is so cold in Boston I just couldn't take it in jeans anymore. I usually wear a 28 and get the waist expanded a bit, so hopefully the 30 I ordered will work out.

 

Adding my voice to the chorus of "yes you should do this." I wear a 32 walt and have gotten 33s or even 34s if the 32 is sold out for good. As SVB says the legs will be wider, and if you were to go a full two inches down in size sometimes you'll notice the pockets align slightly differently, but the difference is so minor as to be negligible unless you stare at two pairs of pants side by side.

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It has to be said that we haven't even finished January and Epaulet is headed for a banner year.
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Do you know when you'll be getting size 36s back in for the Hardie Shawl Collar Cardigan?

http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/shirts-knits/products/hardie-shawl-collar-cardigan-grey

 

I am normally a size 36S, if they are asking me to size down, I assume that would mean I am a 34?

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That's a nice fabric, where's the jacket from NYI?

Thanks. Ercoles on 13th Ave.
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Are the Rivet Chinos pretty comparable to the Unis Gios? Looking for something more on the casual side that can be dressed up on occasion. I'm tall and skinny, 6'3, 165, looks like I'm falling between the 32 and 33. I'm thinking since I like them a little slimmer, I can order the 32 and have it let out if need be? How do you get the SF designation when ordering, a code?
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About to jump into the world of Epaulet pants.  Is the fit similar in the Walt and Rivet?  Meaning, if I am a 33 in Walt, safe to assume I am a 33 in Rivet's?

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Originally Posted by Don L View Post

About to jump into the world of Epaulet pants.  Is the fit similar in the Walt and Rivet?  Meaning, if I am a 33 in Walt, safe to assume I am a 33 in Rivet's?

 

In my experience, they're more or less similar depending on your body type and how you like them to fit. A life of tennis has left me with fairly big legs for my size and so I size up on my rivets for the extra room in the seat and thighs. Usually, I only have to take in the waist about a quarter to a half an inch for my ideal fit. Also, the lighter weight rivets seem to be cut a bit smaller than the heavier ones. My duck canvas and heavyweight twills definitely had more room in the thigh than the mint green distressed chinos.

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Originally Posted by Don L View Post

About to jump into the world of Epaulet pants.  Is the fit similar in the Walt and Rivet?  Meaning, if I am a 33 in Walt, safe to assume I am a 33 in Rivet's?

You may be a different size. The rivets hit lower on my waist, closer to the widest point of my hips, so I actually am one size bigger in rivets.
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Here's a quick cross-post from the Pitti Uomo thread....

What I didn't mention is that we ordered those two Reiter shoes in what is very FREAKING close to Horween Ravello shell. Well, it should be, at least according to the swatch we ordered off of smile.gif.

They are going to be stunning! We'll be the first account to stock Reiter shell shoes in the USA in basically forever. They should arrive around April.

Hey guys,

Just to add to the deluge of shoe pics, here's some detail shots of my two favorite styles from Ludwig Reiter. They do a fantastic Alt Wien (fitting for an actual old Vienna shoemaker) and a solid single monk.

Hey Mike, other than shell v calfskin, what are the differences between the Reiter and the Carmina versions of the Alt Wien?
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I was leafing through the most recent GQ, and saw a pic of some Gant trousers with a really bold, but wearable pattern. Mike - I would absolutely love a light grey Rudy with a bold glen plaid like this one! I figure if anyone could make something like this, it would be you guys. I'm not too excited about the $350 price tag that was listed on these, and I'm sure an Epaulet pair will be better quality anyway. Any possibility for something like this in the future? Maybe Factory Finds?

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I'd be all over that...

Today Saddle Shell Boots:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


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^ Crunchy, to say the least!

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Mike, you mentioned that you had a picture of the quilted vest you're doing next fall. I'd love to see it.
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Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

I was leafing through the most recent GQ, and saw a pic of some Gant trousers with a really bold, but wearable pattern. Mike - I would absolutely love a light grey Rudy with a bold glen plaid like this one! I figure if anyone could make something like this, it would be you guys. I'm not too excited about the $350 price tag that was listed on these, and I'm sure an Epaulet pair will be better quality anyway. Any possibility for something like this in the future? Maybe Factory Finds?


I'd be down.
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