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post #181 of 261
Ordered a pair of Caramel Organic Duck Miner Chinos and they arrived in 2 days. Fantastic chinos and service!
post #182 of 261
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How is the cut on those? Are they slimmer their Chino they made before?
post #183 of 261
Yeah left field chinos are a little generous huh.
post #184 of 261
They are a straight cut. I've worn them for a few days and they seem to have loosened up, which is what I prefer.

These are my measurements:
Tagged 34

waist: 17.5 in across
rise: 10.75 in
leg down 14 in from crotch 9.5 in across
inseam: 33 in
hem: 8.5

The color is great and I think they will go well with indigo and chambray shirts. One of the reason I bought them was because of the cut; somewhat similar to an LVC 1947 501 - although the LVC has a higher rise and a slightly wider hem (9 inches), the leg is cut similar to the Left Field.

Let me know if you want any more measurements. I can even take some pics over the weekend.

Great chinos, great service, can't be beat.
post #185 of 261
Hey PP I would go 33 and stretch them. Cone stretches a lot more then most Japanese denims and I have stretched up to 2" as needed from General wear on Cone denim. C
post #186 of 261
just ordered the natural selvedge chinos after loving my indigo selvedge chinos. excited that i can probably soak these right off the bat and skip the stiffness as there's no reason to seek creases and fades with the white.
post #187 of 261
very true, the starch kind of antiques them a bit from rinsing, cool effect don't hot wash it might bleed the pocketing a bit, cold wash is fine though. C
post #188 of 261
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Originally Posted by LFNYC View Post

very true, the starch kind of antiques them a bit from rinsing, cool effect don't hot wash it might bleed the pocketing a bit, cold wash is fine though. C

i just got the chinos today - would you recommend not soaking or washing them initially?
post #189 of 261
This thread needs more action:

Indigo duck canvas today:
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post #190 of 261
Hey Kona you don't have to pre-rinse but if you want a tighter fit I just wash mine in the bathroom sink in cold water and hang dry and check the fit.
-Stevent nice wingtips are they Cordovan? I just got a vintage pair of Florsheim Imperial Cordovan that look just like them. C
post #191 of 261
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Originally Posted by LFNYC View Post

Hey Kona you don't have to pre-rinse but if you want a tighter fit I just wash mine in the bathroom sink in cold water and hang dry and check the fit.
-Stevent nice wingtips are they Cordovan? I just got a vintage pair of Florsheim Imperial Cordovan that look just like them. C

Christian yes they are. Alden for brooks brothers black fleece on grant last
post #192 of 261
i just wanted to give a shout out to the exemplary service Christian provides. i emailed him this morning as i wanted to send my client a gift and he got back to me immediately with great thoughts and is even handwriting a note. great products, great service, great brand. and it's american.
post #193 of 261

yes, this thread does need more action.. ive been in the chelsea jean for a few days now.. awsome fit.. also love how they arent at all stiff but creases set easily..

post #194 of 261
look for a pair of chambray miner chinos on the "goodbyes" of Saturday Night Live tonight.
post #195 of 261
Just bought a pair of these and I love them:

http://store.leftfieldnyc.com/product/indigo-tweed-herringbone-chinos

Thanks to Christian for his help on sizing and fit.

I am tempted to get another pair smile.gif
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