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post #3376 of 3527
I wish Canvas wasn't so slim.. I've been digging stuff from Lands End main line latley though
post #3377 of 3527
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Originally Posted by OneBeLo View Post

Yeah man, I am not a fan of those either. I don't think anything will top the butt flap ha-ha. It seems like some simple items keep getting more expensive. I mean, they are charging $30 for a graphic tee when L.L.Bean is making some (and all their stuff ships free) for $34.95 - granted, there are only two options, but still, I can't ignore that. :-/ Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)






The printed poplin shirts is only thing I would consider buying right now.



The printed poplin shirt looks kinda nice, but I'll wait until it's 70% off.
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Been thinking about trying a pair of chelsea boots - something to wear casually and in more business casual situations. Putthison recommends these - http://www.landsend.com/pp/mens-fulton-chelsea-boots~228833_-1.html - anyone have thoughts and/or experience?

 

Limited budget and just looking for a first/try pair (RM Williams one day) . Blundstones are a little too much on the work boot spectrum. Also, has anyone seen this go on sale (in addition to the usual % coupons)? With spring and summer approaching I'm thinking there's a chance...

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Originally Posted by Invictus146 View Post

Been thinking about trying a pair of chelsea boots - something to wear casually and in more business casual situations. Putthison recommends these - http://www.landsend.com/pp/mens-fulton-chelsea-boots~228833_-1.html - anyone have thoughts and/or experience?

 

Limited budget and just looking for a first/try pair (RM Williams one day) . Blundstones are a little too much on the work boot spectrum. Also, has anyone seen this go on sale (in addition to the usual % coupons)? With spring and summer approaching I'm thinking there's a chance...

 

I have those in black and like them a lot. Some of the reviews make them sound tight or cramped but I haven't found that to be true, those folks must have really fat feet or something. I got them around X-mas with a 35% off coupon.

post #3380 of 3527
Just a heads up that the new Sail Rigger Oxford from mainline Lands End is quite good. Got mine in the mail and am really liking it. Oxford cloth is nice and beefy, the fit is spot on, and of course the price is very low.

For sizing, plz size down one size from your LEC size.

http://www.landsend.com/pp/mens-tailored-fit-sail-rigger-oxford-shirt~248694_59.html


Edited by bl@ster - 2/1/13 at 9:15pm
post #3381 of 3527
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Originally Posted by bl@ster View Post

Just a heads up that the new Sail Rigger Oxford from mainline Lands End is quite good. Got mine in the mail and am really liking it. Oxford cloth is nice and beefy, the fit is spot on, and of course the price is very low.

http://www.landsend.com/pp/mens-tailored-fit-sail-rigger-oxford-shirt~248694_59.html


Looks good....can you list your height/weight and the size you bought? I'm thinking a small tall might work for me.
post #3382 of 3527
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Originally Posted by koor View Post

Looks good....can you list your height/weight and the size you bought? I'm thinking a small tall might work for me.

Sure. I'm 6'2" and 190 lbs. I ordered a Medium Tall in the traditional fit. Also tried the tailored fit but the chest was a little tight on me.
post #3383 of 3527
I got that new oxford and love it, too. At 5'10, 185, 42" chest, a tailored medium slightly pulls on my chest, but not enough to really bother me. I'm def. gonna buy a few to have in rotation.

Mainline LE also has a dress shirt oxford that comes in neck-sleeve sizes. That one was too tight in a tailored fit after washing, so it's being exchanged for a non-tailored fit. The dress shirt oxford is too long to wear untucked, though, while the sail rigger strikes a nice balance in length.
post #3384 of 3527
How do these oxfords compare to the UNIQLO oxfords? Price point seems pretty similar.
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Does anyone have the 608 slim fit chinos in 38 waist size? If so, could you please let me know what the measurement is at the thigh and knee?  The online chat feature at Lands End turned out to not be terribly helpful.

Thanks!

post #3386 of 3527
I really can recommend the tailored fit hyde park oxford in the regular line, very beefy fabric, great fit (have 4 now...). Must tuck though.
post #3387 of 3527
I have also heard that the mainline oxfords were very nice. I think they scored the best out of a blind testing on TheTrads blog.
post #3388 of 3527

Would a small button down from here fit me? I'm 5'7, 145, athletic build. Really digging the printed poplin shirt

post #3389 of 3527
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

I have also heard that the mainline oxfords were very nice. I think they scored the best out of a blind testing on TheTrads blog.

Yea, only bad thing is the lined /fused /whatever collar, it´s a bit too stiff (great shape though) , but they soften up with a bunch of washes. Im 6´4, 190-195 and wear a 16x37 for reference.
Also liked the mainline heavy-weight ruby shirt, got a size M for that bro mode...
post #3390 of 3527
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Would a small button down from here fit me? I'm 5'7, 145, athletic build. Really digging the printed poplin shirt

Yes, probably. I'm 5'8", 37 chest and have a few poplins in small. Anyway they have a great return policy.

 

I agree it's a nice print; I'll probably grab it with the next 30% coupon.

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