or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Panta: a first peek at a new high quality pants line
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Panta: a first peek at a new high quality pants line - Page 10

post #136 of 310
Quote:
Originally Posted by Albern View Post
Is this better?




Who on earth is that tailor - presumably no left in-breast pocket by the looks?
post #137 of 310
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mark from Plano View Post
So we have a frame of reference could you show us a couple of pics of asses you regard as lively?




- B
post #138 of 310
Quote:
Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Wait, there are people around here who use their back pockets?

Matt

You raise an interesting question. You don't I assume? That seems slightly odd as the Ambrosi trousers you so eloquently described in your original blog had two. A fine pair (plural actually I think)) of trousers I might add which you presumably choose two back pockets as well as the TWO fob/watch style pockets.
post #139 of 310
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by GBR View Post
Matt

You raise an interesting question. You don't I assume? That seems slightly odd as the Ambrosi trousers you s eloquently described in your original blog had two. A fine pair (plural actually I think)) of trousers I might add which you presumably choose two back pockets as well as the TWO fob/watch style pockets.




- B
post #140 of 310
Quote:
Originally Posted by NorCal_1 View Post
OK, I thought so

the vanity sizing is the issue - why have pants with the wrong taper so that everybody needs to size up?

I had the same trouble with Howard Yount pants - just too slim in standard sizes

here are what I would consider tapered dimensions for a size 34 pant that would be good for almost anybody:



size: 34
waist-34
rise-10
thigh under front pocket-14
knee-10
leg opening-8.25


Everyone will not need to size up, the fit will work for some, not work for others. That is the issue with RTW, there is no "normal" fit that would make everyone happy . One of my goals with the pants was not to have that excess fabric behind the thigh and calf that you see flapping about in some RTW pants. The measurements you posted would be a bit bigger than what I would like if I were buying size 34 pants.
post #141 of 310
Ed, people would like the one pocket idea much better if you trademarked it: The Panta™ One Pocket™
post #142 of 310
Quote:
Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
Everyone will not need to size up, the fit will work for some, not work for others. That is the issue with RTW, there is no "normal" fit that would make everyone happy . One of my goals with the pants was not to have that excess fabric behind the thigh and calf that you see flapping about in some RTW pants. The measurements you posted would be a bit bigger than what I would like if I were buying size 34 pants.
Are the pant legs shaped like actual legs or cylinders? These was an issue for Foo.
post #143 of 310
Quote:
Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
Everyone will not need to size up, the fit will work for some, not work for others. That is the issue with RTW, there is no "normal" fit that would make everyone happy . One of my goals with the pants was not to have that excess fabric behind the thigh and calf that you see flapping about in some RTW pants. The measurements you posted would be a bit bigger than what I would like if I were buying size 34 pants.



I agree, I also hate the floppiness of RTW pants and always have mine slimmed

it's only really the knee that seems to be a bit off, Ed

I just measured the slim fitting RL made in Italy flannel pants and they're 10" at the knee and 7.8 at the cuff opening
post #144 of 310
Quote:
Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post



- B

he said couple
post #145 of 310
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
he said couple




- B
IMPORTANT NOTICE: No media files are hosted on these forums. By clicking the link below you agree to view content from an external website. We can not be held responsible for the suitability or legality of this material. If the video does not play, wait a minute or try again later.       I AGREE

TIP: to embed Youtube clips, put only the encoded part of the Youtube URL, e.g. eBGIQ7ZuuiU between the tags.
post #146 of 310
How can I get a pair - post it on the front page. I want the cashmere one.
post #147 of 310
Yea Ill buy a pair also, if the knowledge of how to buy them gets put forward
post #148 of 310
Quote:
Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
Everyone will not need to size up, the fit will work for some, not work for others. That is the issue with RTW, there is no "normal" fit that would make everyone happy . One of my goals with the pants was not to have that excess fabric behind the thigh and calf that you see flapping about in some RTW pants. The measurements you posted would be a bit bigger than what I would like if I were buying size 34 pants.

Ed - keep doing what you're doing.

Quote:
Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post



- B

Vox - keep doing what you're doing.
post #149 of 310
This thread is a study in SF patterns. Vox starts a thread about Edmorel in order to preemptively submarine a future Ed thread, ensuring this thread was about Vox from the beginning. After an impressive start there was a successful derailing of the thread based entirely on ass. It's never surprising when an Ed thread is derailed by ass, but the fact that it was Vox-ass was truly special.


This thread should be pinned as it truly has been exemplary thus far. I hope someone options it into a movie script.
post #150 of 310
Quote:
Originally Posted by UnFacconable View Post
This thread is a study in SF patterns. Vox starts a thread about Edmorel in order to preemptively submarine a future Ed thread, ensuring this thread was about Vox from the beginning. After an impressive start there was a successful derailing of the thread based entirely on ass. It's never surprising when an Ed thread is derailed by ass, but the fact that it was Vox-ass was truly special.


This thread should be pinned as it truly has been exemplary thus far. I hope someone options it into a movie script.

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Panta: a first peek at a new high quality pants line