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post #3256 of 3534

I might have to kop some of the jeans. Good price for made in USA jeans and I need a dark blue pair. Any of you have any idea about the fit/quality? I was thinking of getting some Jcrew dark blue 484 slim jeans but I'd rather get these if they fit as well and are as good of quality or better.

post #3257 of 3534
x-posting this from the 40% off any item PSA post:

Do you guys have any experience with their outerwear? I'm wondering about the quality of their duffle coats, this fleece lined windbreaker and this stormer jacket.

This sweater/shirt/blouson also looks pretty interesting... do you guys think it'll make a nice budget A-1 blouson substitute? How do LE's cardigans and things fit and finish in general?
post #3258 of 3534
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Originally Posted by joonian View Post

x-posting this from the 40% off any item PSA post:
Do you guys have any experience with their outerwear? I'm wondering about the quality of their duffle coats, this fleece lined windbreaker and this stormer jacket.
This sweater/shirt/blouson also looks pretty interesting... do you guys think it'll make a nice budget A-1 blouson substitute? How do LE's cardigans and things fit and finish in general?

I highly recommend the Sportsman Oilcloth jacket. Size down one full size from your LEC and J. Crew size.

http://www.landsend.com/pp/mens-sportsman-oilcloth-jacket~228890_59.html

post #3259 of 3534
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Originally Posted by bl@ster View Post

I highly recommend the Sportsman Oilcloth jacket. Size down one full size from your LEC and J. Crew size.
http://www.landsend.com/pp/mens-sportsman-oilcloth-jacket~228890_59.html

$83.99 w free shipping. Seems like a pretty good deal.
post #3260 of 3534
+1 picked one up last year and wore the heck out of it through fall/winter and looks great. JT
post #3261 of 3534
thoughts on the retro down vest?
post #3262 of 3534

Just looking at this thread now, anything worth picking up with 40% off? No experience with it. Might just grab a belt or something basic.

post #3263 of 3534
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Originally Posted by brokeassp View Post

thoughts on the retro down vest?

I got a similar vest from J. Crew last year and I love it. I actually really like this one 40% off seems like a good deal to me.
post #3264 of 3534

This isn't a lands end canvas question but rather a general lands' end:

 

How are the chinos? I'm thinking of picking up a few pairs of either

 

Men's Plain Front Tailored Fit Original Chino Pants

or

Men's Plain Front Tailored Fit Linen Blend Original Chino Pants

 

since they're having a big sale right now

 

fit pretty true to size?

post #3265 of 3534
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Originally Posted by mets69x86 View Post

This isn't a lands end canvas question but rather a general lands' end:

How are the chinos? I'm thinking of picking up a few pairs of either

Men's Plain Front Tailored Fit Original Chino Pants



or

Men's Plain Front Tailored Fit Linen Blend Original Chino Pants




since they're having a big sale right now

fit pretty true to size?

Personally, I'd stay away. I tried them and found the rise to be way too long. Stick with LEC for chinos, until you've grown older.
post #3266 of 3534

Someone said a few pages back that this years LEC straight fit almost like last years slim, and I agree. I just recieved in the mail my pair of elston straight chinos in umber. They color is pretty unique in my opinion. It's like a mix of copper, a dark pumpkin and an old weathered brick all into one. Like I said, the fit is perfect for me; I already returned their slim fit because it seriously was bordering on skinny. For the price that I got these ($36 for free shipping) I love them. I would probably be happy with $60 too, but with the amount of coupons, I'll always wait. :-)


Edited by OneBeLo - 9/21/12 at 10:58pm
post #3267 of 3534
Hey guys. Just received my elston slim chinos in yacht blue. As people have noted, they are borderline skinny. People were hesitant to post a fit pic, so I took a quick snapshot for you guys. Having said this, the weight is a little heavier than what I am used to, although I am certain they will soften up over time.
post #3268 of 3534
Dang, thats straight up skinny.
Thank you for the fit picture though!
post #3269 of 3534
If anyone is interested I can take better pictures, but looks like the interest has already died down.
post #3270 of 3534
I got my chinos in too. And they are much heavier than I imagined, but the fit seems pretty nice.
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