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post #3301 of 3534
can anyone give a review of the USA denim ? fit pics?

thanks in advance!
post #3302 of 3534

The oil cloth jacket is a hair too big for me. Its the darker color brown, size small. 100 shipped. 

post #3303 of 3534
Very slim fit. I think the leg opening on a size 30/32 is 6.5 inches. Too slim for my taste. On the other hand, consider JCP dark rinse slim fit jeans ($30) from J C Penney. It's a very good fit and so are the casual chinos under the same label.
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Originally Posted by sazon View Post

can anyone give a review of the USA denim ? fit pics?
thanks in advance!
post #3304 of 3534
[x-post from the peacoat thread]

I just picked up the Lands' End Pea Coat. Pretty pleased with it -- got it for $125 on sale. Fit is slim enough when you size down and the construction quality isn't bad for the price.

http://www.landsend.com/pp/mens-wool-pea-coat~242740_59.html



Here's my fit pic. I'm 190 lbs, 6'2", 33" waist and got a Medium Tall in this coat:


Edited by bl@ster - 10/16/12 at 12:45am
post #3305 of 3534
unfortunately, I'm going to have to return my comer slim chinos. the rise is just awful. sitting in these is just too uncomfortable and doesn't leave anything to the imagination. this seems to be a trend with slim fitting pants and it's driving me crazy. the only alternative i can think of is to buy a size up and have them altered. thoughts?
post #3306 of 3534

Does Lands End still have no time frame for returns? I want to return some things I bought in January at Sears

post #3307 of 3534
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Originally Posted by ohyoumad View Post

unfortunately, I'm going to have to return my comer slim chinos. the rise is just awful. sitting in these is just too uncomfortable and doesn't leave anything to the imagination. this seems to be a trend with slim fitting pants and it's driving me crazy. the only alternative i can think of is to buy a size up and have them altered. thoughts?

 



Buy the straight leg ones and have them tapered- the straights have a higher rise than the slims.

post #3308 of 3534
I went to a LEC store for the first time recently, was very impressed.
It is equivalent to J Crew IMHO but at actually reasonable prices!

who woulda thought?
post #3309 of 3534

http://canvas.landsend.com/ix/canvas/Canvas/Men/New-Arrivals/index.html?seq=1~2~3~4&catNumbers=2198~2200~2501&visible=1~1~1~1&store=le&sort=Price%3A+low+to+high&tab=17&cm_re=Canvas-Men-_-D-2-1&pageSize=72

 

A whole bunch of new arrivals from the extremely bizarre (one piece pajama for a $100?!) to the cool looking (mariner shirt-jacket, which reminds me of J.Crews firemans jacket).

 

 

post #3310 of 3534
^I noticed that jacket too. Would love to see it in person.
post #3311 of 3534
Anybody with experience with the Elston slim pants, how does the fit compare to Dockers Alphas?

Thanks!
post #3312 of 3534

LEC is running a promo - 40% off one full-price item.

 

Code: HIGHEST
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post #3313 of 3534
Where'd the shoes go?
post #3314 of 3534

The mainline LE does the same thing too because their collaboration shoe offerings (e.g., Allen Edmonds) do not qualify for the promo. I know LEC has their own in-brand shoes, but maybe they just decided to take them all down (Oak Street, AE).

post #3315 of 3534
i thought you were kidding about the onsie, but holy shit, you're really not. They've clearly been smoking some good shit over there.
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