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post #31 of 270
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Thanks again guys - and thanks to everyone who ordered! We've got our shipping work cut out for us this weekend. Everything's going out first thing on Monday.

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What material are the buttons made out of?

Buttons are faux-horn plastic. They're just on the rear.

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Originally Posted by raginberriodoom View Post
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.

Thank you sir. And yes, depending on sales, we may restock the navy moleskin as well. I'm getting color swatches early next week to see if there's another color to add into the mix.

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Originally Posted by Racove View Post
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

The moleskin is definitely warmer. It's quite thick and wind resistant. As someone who's touched quite a bit of moleskin, it's one of the nicest varieties that I've ever felt. Good call on the fabric weights, I'll ask my trouser house next week.

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? i dont get it?
Racove suggested that I make an individual thread for large product launches as people who aren't subscribed to my affiliate thread occasionally ain't knowing. I took his advice on this.
post #32 of 270
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Wow, these have sold way faster than I thought. Sorry for all the stock-outs on sizes.

I'm putting in a full reorder for Tan Moleskin, Navy Moleskin, and Charcoal Flannel on Tuesday. We'll probably get delivery in the second week of January. If I missed anyone with this round and you'd like to reserve a unit, then please let me know. Once the actual delivery date is confirmed, then we'll set up the items online for a formal preorder.

But holy god, you guys will love these. I had in-store customers picking up 2 and 3 pairs at a time yesterday. The fit is spot on.

And I'm staring at some beautiful fabrics right now. We'll have all kinds of good stuff for the Spring!
post #33 of 270
Glad I got in before the sellout, ordered the navy trousers yesterday. Would rather have had charcoal, but its so cold I need these moleskin pants.
post #34 of 270
these look fantastic mike.
post #35 of 270
When do you think you will be able to turn around a black wool trouser?
post #36 of 270
Damn, wish I saw this thread eariler. Been looking for a nice pair of moleskin pants...
post #37 of 270
in for last pair of 33 tan moleskins. i know they are tailorable, but hope they fit OTR. what's to be expected w/ stretch etc?
post #38 of 270
Any plans for a burnt orange/reddish colour trousers?
post #39 of 270
Nice pants, look pretty solid, though might I suggest since you have given these a split waistband that can be taken in or out, that you could make a belt loopless version for a simpler, cleaner look, which I think would work with the aesthetic you're going for.
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post #41 of 270
those tan moleskins are exactly the color ive been looking for.
post #42 of 270
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When do you think you will be able to turn around a black wool trouser?

I can easily have a one-off black wool gabardine trouser made alongside the re-stock of our existing pants. We actually made an early fit sample in that fabric, and it was gorgeous. A perfect slim dress pant. PM me with your size and I can have one made up for you. It would be $185 - same price as the charcoal flannel.

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Damn, wish I saw this thread eariler. Been looking for a nice pair of moleskin pants...

Sorry man! The restock won't be far off.

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Originally Posted by Racove View Post
in for last pair of 33 tan moleskins. i know they are tailorable, but hope they fit OTR. what's to be expected w/ stretch etc?

Out of every trouser and jean we've offered in the shop, I've never had anything that's as true to size as these. Almost everyone who bought them in the shop tried on one size - their usual size - and went with that. As long as the leg measurements are OK for you, then the waist should be right on if you normally take a 33.

And no worries about stretch. It will be really minimal. There's a lot of waistband construction, and these are dry clean only. If it fits tight around the thighs then that might stretch a bit, but with a normal fit you can expect these to stay basically the same.

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Any plans for a burnt orange/reddish colour trousers?

We're putting together our Spring assortment now. We're looking into some interesting colors to run alongside the basic tan, black, and navy. Burnt orange is a great suggestion.

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Originally Posted by XenoX101 View Post
Nice pants, look pretty solid, though might I suggest since you have given these a split waistband that can be taken in or out, that you could make a belt loopless version for a simpler, cleaner look, which I think would work with the aesthetic you're going for.

Thanks! That's a good idea - and we could easily put in waist tabs. I have quite a few guys who are interested in wearing braces - the real deal with the waist-line buttons - so that might be a variant that we do in the future.

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Originally Posted by underwearer View Post
those tan moleskins are exactly the color ive been looking for.

Thanks! They're really handsome in person. We'll be back in stock soon.
post #43 of 270
This might be a stupid question, but why are the cotton pants dry clean only?
post #44 of 270
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Originally Posted by dusty View Post
This might be a stupid question, but why are the cotton pants dry clean only?

The cotton moleskin fabric itself is machine washable, but we recommend dry cleaning them because of all the interior construction. Like you would a seersucker sportcoat.
post #45 of 270
The slim fit trousers are a little too slim for me. Looking forward to the more relaxed (less taper?) release.
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