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For those of you considering the regiment twill Walts, don't sleep on those.  I'm honestly puzzled why they're on markdown (assuming there wasn't enough demand?) - it's a solid, solid, solid cotton pant and for those of you wishing the Rivet had a zipper, it might just be for you.  After you wash it, it wears just like a chino and I personally like the slightly higher rise.  I also have the legs tapered, which is easier to do than on the Rivet.

 

I just got the navy delivered today and they're awesome; pulled the trigger on a 2nd khaki pair.

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Epaulet 7oz French Blue RCs
Happy Socks
EPxCarmina Salinger Dubmonks in Saddle

Nice!
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Originally Posted by nathanl View Post

For those of you considering the regiment twill Walts, don't sleep on those.  I'm honestly puzzled why they're on markdown (assuming there wasn't enough demand?) - it's a solid, solid, solid cotton pant and for those of you wishing the Rivet had a zipper, it might just be for you.  After you wash it, it wears just like a chino and I personally like the slightly higher rise.  I also have the legs tapered, which is easier to do than on the Rivet.

 

I just got the navy delivered today and they're awesome; pulled the trigger on a 2nd khaki pair.


Bought the Navy regiment twill walts yesterday. Thinking about the moss or khaki now...

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Regiment Twill Trousers Clearance

Hey guys!

As many of you have noticed, we moved all of the Regiment Twills to $95. Let me tell you why.

We've been running this fabric for 3-4 seasons as a basic cotton twill. It's tough, comfortable, and comes in all of the necessary colors. You guys might remember that Need Supply carried it last year. We originally had ambitions to wholesale them, but we quickly realized that it's not our business - not yet, at least. In preparation of the wholesale project, I made a freaking ton of them to keep on inventory. We've decided to discontinue Reg Twill and limit our Walt cotton options to more special things like duck canvas and UK sanded canvas. We'll bring in some Japanese goods as well. So we've marked all of the remaining Regiments at $95. This is a pretty unbeatable value for a really solid pant. And since this was our planned wholesale stock, I've got size 28, 38, and 40 available in the basic colors. If you need a cotton, machine washable, US-made trouser in your life, then this a great opportunity.

Here's a big link to our SALE SECTION. You'll see them all in there, along with some other goodies.
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Bought the Navy regiment twill walts yesterday. Thinking about the moss or khaki now...

Trust me, you won't regret it.  Both the navy and khaki are solid.  Moss wasn't my favorite, but that's just because I only like really brownish olive tones.

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Regiment Twill Trousers Clearance

Hey guys!

As many of you have noticed, we moved all of the Regiment Twills to $95. Let me tell you why.

We've been running this fabric for 3-4 seasons as a basic cotton twill. It's tough, comfortable, and comes in all of the necessary colors. You guys might remember that Need Supply carried it last year. We originally had ambitions to wholesale them, but we quickly realized that it's not our business - not yet, at least. In preparation of the wholesale project, I made a freaking ton of them to keep on inventory. We've decided to discontinue Reg Twill and limit our Walt cotton options to more special things like duck canvas and UK sanded canvas. We'll bring in some Japanese goods as well. So we've marked all of the remaining Regiments at $95. This is a pretty unbeatable value for a really solid pant. And since this was our planned wholesale stock, I've got size 28, 38, and 40 available in the basic colors. If you need a cotton, machine washable, US-made trouser in your life, then this a great opportunity.

Here's a big link to our SALE SECTION. You'll see them all in there, along with some other goodies.

Mike, thanks for the information. I bought the navy size 33 yesterday but I am a size 32. I was thinking to take it in but since 32 is available now. Can I switch it?

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Trust me, you won't regret it.  Both the navy and khaki are solid.  Moss wasn't my favorite, but that's just because I only like really brownish olive tones.

Thanks. I am interested in the gunmetal too.

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Is gunmetal a medium grey? Or a dark grey
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RIP Walt Regimental Twill.

Probably my favorite type of Epaulet trousers. I just ordered the khaki version but am sad that I didn't get a chance to pick up the navy in my size.

Here's a recent picture of myself wearing the gunmetal version for those of you interested in what it looks like. I would describe it as a medium grey that's approaching dark grey but not quite there yet tongue.gif


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Very sharp.
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Agreed!
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I recognize the incredible deal those shirts represent, but no matter how I look at them, they just seem to be pretty un-wearable to me at any price. So I passed on them. If they work for you though, you can't beat $25 for Epaulet shirts.

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This. There is a reason they have dropped so far.

I bought it to use as a bum around beach shirt...think of all the times you piss away $25, even if the pattern isn't the most versatile, it's a unique piece that can fit in certain situations...look fwd to rocking mine on Brighton Beach!
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Very sharp.

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Agreed!
Yep!
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I usually get my trousers in size 29, but if I'm more of a 29.5. Should I get the cotton trousers in size 30 just in case they shrink a bit after a few washes? 

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Can this still be purchased?

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