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post #16 of 270
One more step toward having a truly well-rounded boutique. These look great, Mike. Not surprised they're moving so quickly.
post #17 of 270
Nice job, these look great seem like good quality and cheap @ under 2 bills.
post #18 of 270
Gotcha-I was just curious, I do like medium rise pants when they're done well. These pants look good and are quality for the money. And I do agree with you on J.Crew waist proportion being weird.

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It was on my mind because I bought a pair there last year. I feel that I paid around $135 or so. The fit was okay, but never quite worked in the waist. After wearing them a bit and dry cleaning them a few times, they looked worn and lost their shape somewhat. It was really frustrating, and was a big reason why we wanted to create this trouser line. Really good pants were either ill-fitting or out of my price range. Usually both. So we made our own.

And the medium rise has been a HUGE selling point in-store. Low rises work good for jeans and "fashion" pants. But many of my customers - and me too - find them frustrating. Especially if you're working and have a shirt tucked in. This medium rise looks good - and pretty mod with the tab closure - and is very comfortable to wear. The danger of ass-flashing people when you bend over has been effectively reduced to zero.
post #19 of 270
These look fantastic. Need to measure a pair of slacks when I get home and place an order for a pair of flannels. I'd love to see a pair in light grey sometime in the future. Great work.
post #20 of 270
too many expenses right now, but if you have these in stock in the spring count me in for a pair of the tan moleskin. awesome work guys
post #21 of 270
Is there any Chance you will make a 38
post #22 of 270
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Is there any Chance you will make a 38

Nice to see a little self-promotion in a unique thread!

I was planning on some RM Williams moleskins soon. Now I will have to reconsider
post #23 of 270
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys, we appreciate all the great feedback!
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Is there any Chance you will make a 38
Yes. All of the trousers can be special ordered for a one off pair as long as its using the fabrics that we're offering. It takes a few weeks, but the price would be the same. Next week I'll get in a new fit called the "Rudy" which is slightly more relaxed in the waist and thighs. Namely a pant that I can wear! Drop me a PM when you have a sec - I'll be able to send you size 38 measurements in both fits when the Rudy arrives next week. We can then make a pair up for you.
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Nice to see a little self-promotion in a unique thread!
Hey, it was a great suggestion. I was thinking of you when I made this!
post #24 of 270
These look great! Order coming.
post #25 of 270
What material are the buttons made out of?
post #26 of 270
30s are already gone in the mole skin pants.
post #27 of 270
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Nice job, these look great seem like good quality and cheap @ under 2 bills.

Yeah, nice job.
post #28 of 270
I know there has been mention of a restock for the tan moleskin, but will there be one for the navy moleskin too?

All of the pants look great btw! Epaulet is attracting more and more of my attention.
post #29 of 270
which wears warmer, the flannel or the moleskin? also, if you'd happen to know the weight of the fabrics that would be great. you should add it to your excellent product descriptions
post #30 of 270
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Nice to see a little self-promotion in a unique thread!

I was planning on some RM Williams moleskins soon. Now I will have to reconsider

? i dont get it?
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