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post #346 of 3521
Measurements for a sz 30 slim fit chino:

back rise: 14"
front rise: 8 1/4"
hem: 15" (circum.)
post #347 of 3521
My favorite pieces are the red chambray and blue oxford, great basic shirts and good construction. The fit is great for me but I'm a bigger guy. Currently wear a L in the Canvas line, though I'm getting closer to stepping down to a M (my red chambray is a medium but it still just a little on the snug side...but my weight is dropping). Good stuff, though not sure it's worth a 1.5 hour drive to the store. They don't even have everything you'll find online and it isn't anything special. Just a nice convenience for me since I can stop in and try stuff on. Now if you haven't been to Context that is definitely worth making a trip for.
post #348 of 3521
This thread would do well with pics.
post #349 of 3521
I agree on the Red Chambray. love it.
post #350 of 3521
Measurements for some sizes of slim fit chinos (provided by LE customer service):


Please view the following:
SIZE: 34 36
GRMT WAIST: 35 1/2 inches 37 1/2 inches
SEAT: 44 45 3/4
FRNT RISE: 9 9 3/8
BACK RISE: 15 15 1/2
BTM OPENING: 16 16 1/2

Not too bad... the rise is shorter than new standards and the leg opening is pretty slim.

Also some measurements for the "Shaker Shawl Cardigan"

SIZE: S( for chest 35-37) M( for chest 38-40)
GRMT CHEST: 37 41
LENGTH(HP): 26 1/2 27
SLEEVE(Tops of shoulder): 25 25 1/2

Also not too bad. I'm too lazy to actually go measure a J. Crew sweater, but I'm almost positive that the Land's End sweater is significantly slimmer.
post #351 of 3521
Would like to get the Red Chambray. Waiting for the next sale!
post #352 of 3521
Wouldn't mind seeing some fit pics of their shirts here, I'm pretty sure I'm right on the cusp of L/XL in J Crew so I'm curious as to how the LE Canvas stuff fits 'in real life'.

I didn't get anything at the last sale (DAMN) because I didn't want to err and get the wrong size.
post #353 of 3521
I generally wear a size large in pretty much every brand of shirt. I bought a bunch of the Lands End Canvas solid-color tee shirts in large, and they fit perfectly. Slim but not snug.
post #354 of 3521
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Originally Posted by spertia View Post
I generally wear a size large in pretty much every brand of shirt. I bought a bunch of the Lands End Canvas solid-color tee shirts in large, and they fit perfectly. Slim but not snug.

I'm thinking more of the button-down shirts. Tees generally will stretch more then a shirt.
post #355 of 3521
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
Wouldn't mind seeing some fit pics of their shirts here, I'm pretty sure I'm right on the cusp of L/XL in J Crew so I'm curious as to how the LE Canvas stuff fits 'in real life'.

I didn't get anything at the last sale (DAMN) because I didn't want to err and get the wrong size.

go and look back at the earlier pages of the thread. There were multiple fit pics of the shirts.
post #356 of 3521
Quote:
Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
Wouldn't mind seeing some fit pics of their shirts here, I'm pretty sure I'm right on the cusp of L/XL in J Crew so I'm curious as to how the LE Canvas stuff fits 'in real life'.

I didn't get anything at the last sale (DAMN) because I didn't want to err and get the wrong size.

I'm a Small in J. Crew and LE Canvas, and LE Canvas fits slimmer, especially around the waist and up the sides. Arm holes are higher, too. It's a great fit, actually.

On me, the LE Canvas sleeves are a tad too slim -- frighteningly close to cutting off my circulation at the elbow when rolled up.

Not sure if that means you should size up to XL or down to L, but I hope it helps.
post #357 of 3521
I'll try to get some fit pics this weekend for you. I have a chambray, couple oxfords and a poplin in large and then the red chambray in medium. The sleeves are very slim... Like almost hard to roll up slim. I like that though, one oft favorite things about the fit on te oxfords.
post #358 of 3521
would like to try a couple more of their shirts-- hopefully they will have another 30% off and free shipping code
post #359 of 3521
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Originally Posted by thisfits View Post
I'm a Small in J. Crew and LE Canvas, and LE Canvas fits slimmer, especially around the waist and up the sides. Arm holes are higher, too. It's a great fit, actually.

On me, the LE Canvas sleeves are a tad too slim -- frighteningly close to cutting off my circulation at the elbow when rolled up.

Not sure if that means you should size up to XL or down to L, but I hope it helps.

Awesome, thank you. I'd have to size up to XL, which is what I had figured. Too bad I didn't just go with that thought during the big sale they had a few weeks back. It would have filled out by button-down wardrobe quite nicely.

Their red chambray looks nice, and priced pretty reasonably compared to some other ones out there.
post #360 of 3521
Does anybody own the chino blazer? It looks pretty nice, minimal lining and working button cuffs. Just wondering whether the fit is as slim as on the shirts.
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