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post #136 of 148
Dont know if they will stretch out, but when I got my first pair and they were too tight I sent them back and got one size larger. In fact, I am wearing them now and am pretty happy with them. I am normally a 32 and trust me I would normally never consider getting a 34 but they worked and a bunch of other people sized up too and had success. I have no idea what is up with this sizing on these, often EG trousers are 1 inch or more larger than tagged size, but these definately come up smaller.

Originally Posted by gululv View Post
I got the cords. Nice, but too damn tight. Should fit me fine according to what I read before buying them. Was more worried they would be too large. Will they stretch out, anyone knows?
post #137 of 148
Workaday cords do not stretch in my experience. What color/size? May be interested in taking 'em off your hands.
post #138 of 148
34, Burgundy. Im normally a 33 in every brand, sometimes 32 even, so it is a little strange. They fit fine everywhere except the waist. I would want most of all to swap them for a larger size if possible.
post #139 of 148
Yeah, I'm a 34 and sized up to a 36, and they fit perfectly.
post #140 of 148
Agreed - no stretch and you need to size up. I got a Small in the Fatigues and a 34 in the Cords - nice consistency.
post #141 of 148
If anyone is looking for the Workaday cords in burgundy size 36 please PM me - worn once, perfect condition. Also, 19th Century BD Oxfords in blue and red/white stripe size large same perfect condition.
post #142 of 148
Bit of a long shot but does anyone know who has the Workaday Fatigue (Reversed Olive Sateen) in stock size S (32)?
post #143 of 148
Try the Nepenthes NY shop.
post #144 of 148
If anyone has a pair of the fatigue pants in chambray, would you comment on the fabric weight. thanks
post #145 of 148
Very light weight
post #146 of 148
Thanks Jack.

New Workaday jacket (from Nepenthes) :

New for this season is the Utility Jacket - a stripped down utilitarian jacket that is made from a durable sateen.
post #147 of 148
Saw that, will probably pull the trigger since it's exactly what I'm looking for. Anybody know price?
post #148 of 148
^ I ordered one today, they're 220.00
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