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post #3286 of 3521
About the new chinos... how is the inseam? I've only ever purchased one pair of pants from LEC (jeans on sale for like $12), and the inseam was at least 2" shorter than my Levis 514s of the same size.
post #3287 of 3521
Can anybody who's bought something online from LEC recently tell me what was included with the package? I want to return a shirt I bought a few weeks ago and I don't remember there being any sort of receipt or confirmation in the package, just the shirt. Would they still accept it?
post #3288 of 3521
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Originally Posted by Nazareth View Post

Can anybody who's bought something online from LEC recently tell me what was included with the package? I want to return a shirt I bought a few weeks ago and I don't remember there being any sort of receipt or confirmation in the package, just the shirt. Would they still accept it?

There's a receipt that should have a return form on it. But you can use the email confirmation they sent you no problem. And if you don't have anything, just call them or do online chat, and they'll look up your order and email you the receipt. They are very good about this stuff and are very organized.
post #3289 of 3521

I'm tempted to try the new chinos, especially with the 40% coupon, but I know if I wait half a year to a year the price will get down to about $20

 

has there ever been any item on LEC that didn't wind up in the Sale section for like 70% off the original price?

post #3290 of 3521
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Originally Posted by ASkin ANight View Post

I'm tempted to try the new chinos, especially with the 40% coupon, but I know if I wait half a year to a year the price will get down to about $20

 

has there ever been any item on LEC that didn't wind up in the Sale section for like 70% off the original price?

 

Not that I've seen. One time that that a promotion where certain kinds of pants were $25 (and then the next day certain shirts were xyz price) but that was because most of the pants (chinos) were being phased out for the new chinos. Unless these chinos are gone next year, I wouldn't expect them to do much further down than what you can get 40% off.

 

I have a pair and they worth it for the deal going on right now. :-) The rise is a little lower than I would like, but still good pants.

post #3291 of 3521
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Originally Posted by OneBeLo View Post

 

Not that I've seen. One time that that a promotion where certain kinds of pants were $25 (and then the next day certain shirts were xyz price) but that was because most of the pants (chinos) were being phased out for the new chinos. Unless these chinos are gone next year, I wouldn't expect them to do much further down than what you can get 40% off.

 

I have a pair and they worth it for the deal going on right now. :-) The rise is a little lower than I would like, but still good pants.

You don't think they'll go for under $35 sometime in the next 12 months?  I doubt they'll keep these same chinos for more than a year...I think they've updated their chinos every year they've been in business.

 

Maybe it'll take a little over a year, but eventually these will be able to be had at $20 or cheaper.

 

And I'm sure they are worth it at $35. I have two pairs of slim fits from last year that I paid $20 each for and they're great.  I'd have happily paid $40+ for them.  But when it comes down to it, I don't really need them.  I have two pairs of indigo jeans, a pair of black jeans, 2 pairs of Dockers Alpha Khakis in gray and khaki, and the two pairs of LEC chinos in blue and olive.  How many pairs of pants does a guy really need, you know?

post #3292 of 3521

Everyone said the slim chino was skin tight and just terrible, but I ordered them anyway. They are slim, but I don't see what all the fuss is about. I like them, but considering returning them for one size shorter. I love the shirt by the way. I wish they made it in an XS , but the small is nice. The quality of the fabric is great. 

 

post #3293 of 3521

also, has anyone ordered this jacket? with the discount right now, its only about 15 dollars..

 

http://www.landsend.com/pp/mens-sportsman-quilted-jacket~232882_59.html

post #3294 of 3521

I have to second the praise for the new chinos. They are a slim fit with a very tapered leg. I'm liking them so much I want to taper my other pants the same way.
 

post #3295 of 3521
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Originally Posted by private eyes View Post

also, has anyone ordered this jacket? with the discount right now, its only about 15 dollars..

 

http://www.landsend.com/pp/mens-sportsman-quilted-jacket~232882_59.html

 

I tried it on in the store and I didn't like it. The arms are form fitting, but too "puffy" and it is far too stiff. It doesn't bend easily or flow I think. A nylon/cotton combination might have worked better. They have a great return policy and it's dirt cheap, so if I were you, I'd buy it and decide for yourself if it's something you like.

post #3296 of 3521

I tried on the quilted jacket from this season and I agree about the stiffness. When you wear it unbuttoned the jacket sticks straight out.
 

post #3297 of 3521
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Originally Posted by Howard Roark View Post

I tried on the quilted jacket from this season and I agree about the stiffness. When you wear it unbuttoned the jacket sticks straight out.

 

This is the best jacket I have found from LE (in lighter saddle color). Picked one up before last winter on same discount and looks and feels great. I sized down from M to small.

http://www.landsend.com/pp/mens-sportsman-oilcloth-jacket~228890_59.html
post #3298 of 3521
Anyone happen to have thigh measurements on hand for a size 30 or 31 608 slim chino? I'm still on the fence about ordering a pair before the sale ends tonight.
post #3299 of 3521

I got that oil cloth jacket and although the materials and quality are top notch, even the small is a little big on me. Haven't decided if I'm keeping it yet . 

post #3300 of 3521
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Originally Posted by MarioImpemba View Post

It's funny that LEC blatantly just jocks off J.Crew and now the women stuff looks sort of Anthro/Madewell-ish IMO. It was cool until they started to ask J. Crew prices...

 

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Originally Posted by Newstyle View Post

I just checked out their e-catalog, without saying one is better than the other, what a total rip off of J. Crew's catalog. ( I know this brings nothing constructive to the conversation, just saying)

 

Heh. Totally agree. At full retail the quality is not anywhere close to on par with J. Crew. But, when things go on sale @LE/LEC and end up being a third or fourth of the J.Crew price, it's great! biggrin.gif

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