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post #3511 of 3534

From a business point of view, it would make sense for them to simply eliminate their brick/mortar locations and instead offer free two-way shipping for returns (like amazn prime) ... Part of the reason LE is appealing to me is the cost, especially of their sale merchandise.  I certainly hope they don't decide to open a set of their own stores (which will only add costs that will be passed down to the consumer)...

post #3512 of 3534

What is sizing like on their casual button-downs?  Looking for 1-2 flannels and 1-2 OCBDs because Uniqlo stuff doesn't fit me without tailoring.  I"m a slim Large in the new season of Uniqlo oxfords, but the body is a little bit too roomy and the lengths are way too long.  Would I be a tailored medium in normal LE stuff, and a medium in Lands End Canvas?  I'm only 5'10" so lengths can be an issue.

Also looking for T-shirt sizing advice haha

post #3513 of 3534

^ LEC and LE tailored are roomier than Uniqlo. A medium might work because it's unlikely that a large will.

post #3514 of 3534
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Originally Posted by xxxamazexxx View Post

^ LEC and LE tailored are roomier than Uniqlo. A medium might work because it's unlikely that a large will.

In my experience, the sizing goes (from smallest to largest): Uniqlo -> LE Tailored -> LE Canvas.

I'm happy with my LE Canvas shorts, but the shirts that I've ordered from them in the past haven't been very good - cut is a bit baggy (not super baggy, but baggier than LE Tailored) and shirt collars are too small and really flimsy and floppy.
post #3515 of 3534
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

In my experience, the sizing goes (from smallest to largest): Uniqlo -> LE Tailored -> LE Canvas.

I'm happy with my LE Canvas shorts, but the shirts that I've ordered from them in the past haven't been very good - cut is a bit baggy (not super baggy, but baggier than LE Tailored) and shirt collars are too small and really flimsy and floppy.

Awesome. If LE Tailored is even cut slimmer than LE Canvas, then I'm in!
post #3516 of 3534
I was curious about the material (french terry) and the price was right and so I ordered the chore coat during the F&F sale.
I'll have an opinion on it when I visit Boston early next month ... had it delivered to my hotel to avoid additional charges associated with living in Canada.

http://www.landsend.com/products/mens-french-terry-chore-coat/id_251163
post #3517 of 3534

Anyone know how the land ends tailored plant front year'rounded wool dress pants fits?

 

I'm usually a 28-29 but they only have 30 as their smallest option

post #3518 of 3534

Not my auction, but this is a good deal if you're an XL and want to snag a coat for the fall:

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/LANDS-END-Canvas-Wool-Peacoat-Mens-XL-EUC-/291155879975?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item43ca3e2827

 

It's gone unsold a few times, so you may be able to snag it for under $30 total. I have this coat in M and like it a lot.

post #3519 of 3534
Are they still making LEC items?
post #3520 of 3534
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Originally Posted by deveandepot1 View Post

Are they still making LEC items?

 

Yes, LE still makes LE Canvas items but, for some reason, they've closed down the standalone LE Canvas site and incorporated the Canvas items into their main website. 

 

http://www.landsend.com/shop/mens/-/N-jojZfz6

 

The number and range of items seems to have shrunk, too.

post #3521 of 3534
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Originally Posted by Kwaker View Post

I was curious about the material (french terry) and the price was right and so I ordered the chore coat during the F&F sale.
I'll have an opinion on it when I visit Boston early next month ... had it delivered to my hotel to avoid additional charges associated with living in Canada.

http://www.landsend.com/products/mens-french-terry-chore-coat/id_251163

Update ... I returned the chore coat ... the nice price does not compensate for the boxy cut.
Returning it to the local Sears store was convenient though.
post #3522 of 3534
Has anyone tried the washed oxford from Canvas? How does the fit compare to the sail rigger? http://www.landsend.com/shop/sale/mens-casual-button-down-shirts/-/N-fzh
post #3523 of 3534
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

Has anyone tried the washed oxford from Canvas? How does the fit compare to the sail rigger? http://www.landsend.com/shop/sale/mens-casual-button-down-shirts/-/N-fzh

It's excellent, especially at the current bargain basement price. Fit is tts and similar to j crew. Sail rigger traditional fit runs a full size large.
Edited by bl@ster - 8/30/14 at 8:35pm
post #3524 of 3534
With the extra 30% off LD promo, I picked up a couple of the gingham shirts.
post #3525 of 3534
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

Has anyone tried the washed oxford from Canvas? How does the fit compare to the sail rigger? http://www.landsend.com/shop/sale/mens-casual-button-down-shirts/-/N-fzh
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Originally Posted by bl@ster View Post

It's excellent, especially at the current bargain basement price. Fit is tts and similar to j crew. Sail rigger traditional fit runs a full size large.

Thanks for the response.

If you or anyone else knows: I have a Sail Rigger Tailored fit in Medium, which fits with a bit of room. I also have a Canvas gingham from a couple of years ago in medium that fits but is kind of tight. I'm looking for something similar in fit to my Sail Rigger. Would you guess a medium in the washed oxford would be in this range? thanks
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