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post #226 of 331

Thanks, guys.

Will size one up.

For what's it worth: in the duck chinos the Miners fit me very well in 32 (waist is snug but good), in the tailored fit 33 is too tight in the thighs, waist is snug. 

The Cone duck fabrics are all amazing. Highly recommended.

Also great customer service from Christian.

post #227 of 331
Hi guys,

I am currently looking for a heavy wool chino pants to wear with workboots.
I found this one which look nice:



Do you think the Japaneese wool will stretch?
I am a true W33 in jeans and I hesitate between the tag31 (W32) and tag32 (W33).

Thanks.
post #228 of 331
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Originally Posted by rexet View Post

Hi guys,

I am currently looking for a heavy wool chino pants to wear with workboots.
I found this one which look nice:



Do you think the Japaneese wool will stretch?
I am a true W33 in jeans and I hesitate between the tag31 (W32) and tag32 (W33).

Thanks.
Get 34 probably
post #229 of 331
Can anyone comment on the sizing of the polo's? The measurements online seem a bit suspect; small and medium have the same shoulder measurements, which seems unlikely to me, so I'm asking. Keen on the chambray collar and the printed placket.

Thanks all.
post #230 of 331
Anybody have their shorts? A bit worried about leg opening as 10.5 is the smallest I think I could go comfortably and a 36 may work there but it would be too big elsewhere.
post #231 of 331

Anyone know if these are the only olive chinos from Left Field?

http://leftfieldnyc.com/products/olive-japanese-duck-miner-chino

 

Could have sworn there used to be a pair in a lighter green/olive, like this:

post #232 of 331
Lighter green ones are 2 years old? Japanese 10oz twill I think, really nice fabric
post #233 of 331

Thanks stevent! Been looking for those pants in that color. Wonder if they'll ever be made again, but 2 seasons old... oh well

post #234 of 331
You can always email Christian and ask, I would actually like another pair of those as fabric is so nice
post #235 of 331
I would like a pair in that color as well.

I just ordered the Kerouac in the cone mills brown duck and the royal blue twill. Looking forward to receiving them!
post #236 of 331

I recently purchased the Kerouac in Duck. I'm pleased with the purchase. Sturdy material. Great fit. I will say a few things about it. I would describe the rise as med-high rather than med-low as described. The solicitation may be technically accurate, but the rise is higher than any pair of denim I own. Also, I recommend sizing up one. I fit comfortably in a size 31 in every brand I own (N&F, Baldwin, A&G, J Brand), and even wear some pants in size 30. I gave the 32 a try because the 31 wasn't available and I'm glad I did. The 32's fit snugly. The 31's probably would have been too tight. I regret missing out on the grey wool flannel because I could use a pair like that. Maybe next year.

post #237 of 331

I'm thinking of getting the Kerouac in brown twill size 32 but i'm a little concerned about the narrow thighs. They are measured at 11 inches which seems like it could be tight. I'm normally a 31 in most brands and even have the duck canvas chelsea cut which is quite narrow on the thighs but ultimately ok. Can anyone comment on the difference between the Chelsea and Kerouc fits? 

 

 

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Originally Posted by goldenbear View Post
 

I recently purchased the Kerouac in Duck. I'm pleased with the purchase. Sturdy material. Great fit. I will say a few things about it. I would describe the rise as med-high rather than med-low as described. The solicitation may be technically accurate, but the rise is higher than any pair of denim I own. Also, I recommend sizing up one. I fit comfortably in a size 31 in every brand I own (N&F, Baldwin, A&G, J Brand), and even wear some pants in size 30. I gave the 32 a try because the 31 wasn't available and I'm glad I did. The 32's fit snugly. The 31's probably would have been too tight. I regret missing out on the grey wool flannel because I could use a pair like that. Maybe next year.

post #238 of 331

It is not often that I say anything publicly in regards to a negative experience with a retailer, but I will NEVER do business with Left Field again. I ordered a pair of pants in two different sizes to help ascertain the right fit, something that was even recommended by Left Field. Unfortunately neither size was a correct fit for me so I promptly returned both pairs. Upon receiving them Left Field informed me they were sale items and could not be refunded. Nowhere on the style page or the item itself does it they they are sale items, only if you go to the sale sec ion do you see it. Clearly, this is confusing and I asked that they see my point. My emails have gone unreturned and I have now had to file a formal complaint with AMEX to dispute the charge. Really disappointing service and no way would I ever give them another cent. I wanted to warn others as well...

post #239 of 331
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

It is not often that I say anything publicly in regards to a negative experience with a retailer, but I will NEVER do business with Left Field again. I ordered a pair of pants in two different sizes to help ascertain the right fit, something that was even recommended by Left Field. Unfortunately neither size was a correct fit for me so I promptly returned both pairs. Upon receiving them Left Field informed me they were sale items and could not be refunded. Nowhere on the style page or the item itself does it they they are sale items, only if you go to the sale sec ion do you see it. Clearly, this is confusing and I asked that they see my point. My emails have gone unreturned and I have now had to file a formal complaint with AMEX to dispute the charge. Really disappointing service and no way would I ever give them another cent. I wanted to warn others as well...



Sorry to hear about your experience hopefully it will be sorted out soon but on the other hand.

I ordered a pair of chinos from them on Monday and never have I experienced such a brilliant service from any retailer across the pond.

The chinos arrived today and fit perfectly ( of course I will have to have the length altered) as I am also a bug fan of the RRL label I have to say for me these chinos are a much better fit and quality.

I know where I am getting my chinos from now onwards!
post #240 of 331
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

It is not often that I say anything publicly in regards to a negative experience with a retailer, but I will NEVER do business with Left Field again. I ordered a pair of pants in two different sizes to help ascertain the right fit, something that was even recommended by Left Field. Unfortunately neither size was a correct fit for me so I promptly returned both pairs. Upon receiving them Left Field informed me they were sale items and could not be refunded. Nowhere on the style page or the item itself does it they they are sale items, only if you go to the sale sec ion do you see it. Clearly, this is confusing and I asked that they see my point. My emails have gone unreturned and I have now had to file a formal complaint with AMEX to dispute the charge. Really disappointing service and no way would I ever give them another cent. I wanted to warn others as well...

I'm a huge user advocate (I think retailers should go out of their way to please customers, even if at a slight cost to them), but Left Field certainly lists their terms. They specifically mention that sales items cannot be refunded, just exchanged.

http://leftfieldnyc.com/pages/shipping-returns-policies

In terms of not knowing your items were on sale. Dude, come on. I'm sure you looked around the site and saw different price points for denim and chinos. You didn't realize that the reason the pants you bought were cheaper than those price points was that they were on sale?

It's your responsibility, as a consumer, to familiarize yourself with the terms of the purchase prior to entering a financial agreement. Don't screw a small business because you didn't take the time to read.
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