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I am also one of the lucky few who go the lounge pants ahead of tomorrows release.

These pants feel REALLY nice. Outside has a birds-eye fabric kind of look, while inside is a soft ass fleece interior.
Hats off to Mauro for these pants. He somehow created sweat pants that can be worn in public and not looked frowned upon.
I showed my girlfriend these pants and she asked if Mauro can make women's clothes...
Size wise, I just measured my best fitting pants laid flat with measuring tape and doubled the number to get my waist size. I'm a size 33
Anyone on the fence shouldn't think and just cop them.

 

 

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damnit wish mine came today frown.gif
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Ben ,
I will be in Richmond on Monday if you want to hang out. I am dropping stuff off at needsupply and them having lunch. I wouldn't mind going to the British pub again.


The most accurate way to measure your actual pant waist size but you guys do what you have to do.
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yea hit me up. I think I'm taking the day off work. bring some sweaters too!
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Kyle, look at you all pimp like. Tell everyone what your waist size is again how you found out.

 

My waist is a 31.5 which we found by measuring about one inch below the navel with measuring tape.  I tried both the 31 and 32 on and found the 31 to be a great fit but slightly snug in the thighs so I took the 32.  If you're in between sizes, go up. You get some looseness but it's still going to be slim.

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Newsletter drops tomorrow at noon, EST. It will be in two parts. Part one are the lounge pant and more. Part two is fun little surprise for 13 lucky people with the right attitude!
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Which shirt is this?

Mauro, do you take waist measurements with waist aligned or the front drooping like the pants naturally lay?
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Which shirt is this?

Mauro, do you take waist measurements with waist aligned or the front drooping like the pants naturally lay?

 

Sky Blue Cotton Slub

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I wear size 32 in denim and most trousers. I used tape measure and my true waist measured is size 35". I'm ordering lounge pants in size 35.
Thanks Mauro.
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Damn, looks nice in your pictures. Mauro make more frown.gif
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The slub shirts are tight.  I didn't even consider pairing those, good call.

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The best way to to follow the inside of your waistband when you are standing up or around the outside of your underwear waist band for people that wear underwear.
This is important , however you wear your pants that's where you should measure. Just make sure you measure on the inside of your pants. That is your actual pant measurement with no B.S.
Some of you will be shocked.


VLSI- I have that fabric and will make more for Spring. I ended up having about 25 new rewards members ( new name, sorry) so by the time Spring'14 hits I should have a lot more so I will make more of the shirts that I know will sell well.




I hope you guys like part 2 of the newsletter. If you loved party pigs you will love this!
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Holy heck. Lounge pants are mad mad comfy. Thanks again Mauro. You're not a total fuck up after all. (JK) laugh.gif
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Uhh if it's anything like party pigs I'm already down.
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...or around the outside of your underwear waist band for people who wear underwear.

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