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@loxo That is a super duper fly suit and kicking myself for not picking it up. Congrats!
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Originally Posted by austunner View Post

Between the graphite and various couro cromo trainers, which pair would be most versatile for 4 season wear (I'm in California)?

I wear mostly shorts (weekend), dark chinos (grey, navy Rivets, etc), slim khakis (Rivets, Theory) and lighter jeans (no raw or black).
To wear with shorts, I'm thinking the graphite would be the only one that works. 




The auburn finish does looks amazing.







Thoughts? 

I have both and wear the brown more, but love both
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@loxo

Love the suit my man, but I'm floored by the watch. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by Todd V View Post

In Philly area I use Guippse's in Abington. Hike, but good.

Wow that is so clutch! I have been looking and looking for a recommendation. He's right by the YMCA, that's only 3 miles from my house.

The last place I went for hemming measured me and then returned my speckled chambray Rivets wayyyyyyy shorter than I wanted frown.gif
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@Epaulet @EP Sam @EP Dylan For the recently-added (well, I didn't see them the first few times I looked at the new items) Madras and Linen summer-y fabrics, do these automatically make up a touch larger to account for the properties of the fabric (especially for linen), or do I need to specify "additional room in every direction please" in the additional comments box?  Thanks in advance! :)

 

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Just wanted to share a quick and dirty of my newest and favorite outerwear. The Thedi in chocolate horsehide is just outstanding. Thanks @SteveH35 for the review and of course thanks @Epaulet!


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Originally Posted by tizim View Post

I know there've been a few questions about this, but anyone have a report on how much the Cramerton rivets stretch out?

Out of the box they're WAY tighter than my other rivets, even post-wash, such that I'm thinking about sizing up. Hard to imagine them stretching to the same size as my other rivets so it'd be great to get some more input before sending back a pair of worn, stretched out pants back to EP.

This was my first try with epaulet pants, I'm usually a 32 or 33. Took a chance and the 32 and I couldn't even zip them up. I'm assuming the 33 will work, but a little hesitant to pull the trigger.. Hoping to hear more people chime in with sizing and stretching results
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I also had a blue lapis suit made up -- Double Breasted with blonde horn buttons. It is amazing...and too small. Will be in B/S soon, but if there is a 41S / 32 Rudy guy out there, hit me up.
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I recently tried on the Cramerton rivets in my normal waist size and I could not zip or button them up. My guess is a full size up would work, but I did not try.
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@loxo

Somehow I missed that the purpose of your visit was to pick that up! Looks rad!
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Haven't seen much discussion on the EPLA Derby and it looks like plenty of sizes are still in stock. Was thinking of grabbing a pair in Couro Cromo Steerhide Black. What are everyone's thoughts on them?

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Originally Posted by Wooderson View Post

This was my first try with epaulet pants, I'm usually a 32 or 33. Took a chance and the 32 and I couldn't even zip them up. I'm assuming the 33 will work, but a little hesitant to pull the trigger.. Hoping to hear more people chime in with sizing and stretching results

You'll find that most of the brands/makers on this site size their pants true to the measurement or pretty close. Measure a pair of pants from a mall store brand and they're going to be 2-3 inches larger than the tagged waist size. It's to make people not feel so bad about how fat they are. Vanity sizing. Soon a 32 will measure 36-38 inches in many brands.

Take you best fitting pants from another brand. Lay them flat. Take a measuring tape and measure across the waist from one end to the other along the waistband. Double that measurement. Then, take that and find the corresponding size on Epaulet's size chart on their site.
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Haven't been able to pick up my Cramerton RCs yet. Sounds like it may turn out to be an adventure!
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Cramerton Chinos are a bit more snug than my cotton canvas khaki Rivets but even after two brief wears they are loosening up. They are great casual pants and the fabric is robust. The crease also sets you a bit apart from the omnipresent chino-wearing public.
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But I wanted to walk among them.
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