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Comparing the measurements, sizing down to a 34 in the Rivet from a 35 Driggs makes sense?
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@rydenfan I wasn't allowed to put this in the online copy, but Holland & Sherry made that Luxe Charcoal H-Bone tweed. It's psychotically nice. Easily on par with the Barberis flannels we've run with Hertling. The hand on this will freaking knock you out in person. 


killer. will these wools make up slightly tighter?

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killer. will these wools make up slightly tighter?

 

@rydenfan a little bit, but that's less of a concern with flannels. You may want to size up if you're right on the edge of a size, but I'd advise most people to get the same size across these fabrics. 

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Just ordered mocha speckle herringbone (72). I remember missing out on this one from years ago! Beautiful material.

I ordered without cargo pockets but may yet change my mind, if that's a possibility.

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@rydenfan I wasn't allowed to put this in the online copy, but Holland & Sherry made that Luxe Charcoal H-Bone tweed. It's psychotically nice. Easily on par with the Barberis flannels we've run with Hertling. The hand on this will freaking knock you out in person. 

I have two flannel suits in H&S cloth. They're so soft and cozy I sometimes feel like they'd be good pajamas.

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I have two flannel suits in H&S cloth. They're so soft and cozy I sometimes feel like they'd be good pajamas.

Sigh, you sold me.

 

Not eating next month I guess. 

post #50917 of 57880

Mike, any moleskin coming on the EFF Rivets? I've been living in my moleskin Walts during this cold snap...but I can't wear them every day.

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Do the original fit Rivets have a slightly higher rise than the current model? I thought the newer ones had the higher rise but the measurements on the site show the older ones with the higher rise.
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I need a jacket in the town and country plaid linen.
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Do the original fit Rivets have a slightly higher rise than the current model? I thought the newer ones had the higher rise but the measurements on the site show the older ones with the higher rise.

 

Newer cut has a higher rise and is larger in the waist.   It is full rise, vs rise measurments so it looks off, but the new/current Rivet is certainly a bit higher. 

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It is full rise, vs rise measurments so it looks off, but the new/current Rivet is certainly a bit higher. 

Can you explain this? I'm lost.

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Originally Posted by Poomba View Post

Comparing the measurements, sizing down to a 34 in the Rivet from a 35 Driggs makes sense?

 

The vast majority of people take the same size in the Rivet & Driggs - the cuts are very similar.  

 

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Just ordered mocha speckle herringbone (72). I remember missing out on this one from years ago! Beautiful material.

I ordered without cargo pockets but may yet change my mind, if that's a possibility.

 

No problem - just drop me a line at sam@epauletnewyork.com if you want to add cargo pockets and we can invoice you for them separately.  That will be $15 if you want to add pockets to both legs or $8 to add one to a single leg.  

 

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Mike, any moleskin coming on the EFF Rivets? I've been living in my moleskin Walts during this cold snap...but I can't wear them every day.

 

No moleskin unfortunately but I'd encourage you to take a good look at the italian spring corduroy fabrics.  The hand on these is really amazing and they are the perfect weight with the perfect wale width.  I'm not a big corduroy guy but I really like these.

 

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Can you explain this? I'm lost.

 

The measurement charts up on the product pages (Here) are accurate.  The new rivets are .5" higher in the rise - measured from the top of the waist band to the crotch seam.  


Edited by EP Sam - 2/11/16 at 2:01pm
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How much cheaper are shorts/what's the price differential?
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We've been talking about doing videos forever, and now it's happening! If you see any fabrics that you want more info on, let me know...

 

 

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