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post #166 of 310
Will there be a long-rise available for those who need it?
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Will there be a long-rise available for those who need it?

and an high one for us too?
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and an high one for us too?

isn't long-rise the same as high-rise?
post #169 of 310
Ed,

Very nice trousers
post #170 of 310
I've just received two pairs from Ed - the dark gray herringbone and the birdseye flannel in cashmere. They are really nicely made - as nice or nicer than any top end RTW pants that I own. My dress (office) pants are Borrelli, Incotex sartoriale and Attolini and Ed's "Panta" line is certainly their equal in construction and detailing but at a much lower price. There is a fair bit of handwork and the skirted waist band is very comfortable. The fabric selections are very nice too - Ed's good eye for detail extends to yummy fabrics too.

They fit true to size (no vanity here) and are the slimmest dress trousers I own so if you plan on ordering, and you should, pay careful attention to the measurements that he provides.

Ed lives up to his reputation as a quality seller with good communication and prompt shipping, even to provincial backwaters in Canada. For international buyers, they are marked in a customs/duty-friendly way.

I'm looking forward to his next run and will be buying more.
post #171 of 310
Thanks for the feedback tattersall.

I assume a PM to edmorel is the best way to get our orders in / sort out measurements etc.?
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Thanks for the feedback tattersall.

I assume a PM to edmorel is the best way to get our orders in / sort out measurements etc.?

+1. How to order? (if i missed it, can someone please link me to the info page)
post #173 of 310
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Thanks for the feedback tattersall.

I assume a PM to edmorel is the best way to get our orders in / sort out measurements etc.?

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Originally Posted by paisley_red View Post
+1. How to order? (if i missed it, can someone please link me to the info page)

Yep - PM to edmorel.
post #174 of 310
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Originally Posted by tattersall View Post
I've just received two pairs from Ed - the dark gray herringbone and the birdseye flannel in cashmere. They are really nicely made - as nice or nicer than any top end RTW pants that I own. My dress (office) pants are Borrelli, Incotex sartoriale and Attolini and Ed's "Panta" line is certainly their equal in construction and detailing but at a much lower price. There is a fair bit of handwork and the skirted waist band is very comfortable. The fabric selections are very nice too - Ed's good eye for detail extends to yummy fabrics too.

They fit true to size (no vanity here) and are the slimmest dress trousers I own so if you plan on ordering, and you should, pay careful attention to the measurements that he provides.

Ed lives up to his reputation as a quality seller with good communication and prompt shipping, even to provincial backwaters in Canada. For international buyers, they are marked in a customs/duty-friendly way.

I'm looking forward to his next run and will be buying more.

Thanks sir, glad you liked them and thank you for the generous comparisons.

Just a quick note (and not putting words in tattersall's mouth), they are slim pants, but not constricting and I think they seem slimmer than others not so much because they are drastically slimmer but because of how we cut the back rise, the thigh and the whole calf area. I think these are the areas were most pants seem a bit too big and those are the areas I "cleaned up" on these pants.


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Thanks for the feedback tattersall.

I assume a PM to edmorel is the best way to get our orders in / sort out measurements etc.?

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Originally Posted by paisley_red View Post
+1. How to order? (if i missed it, can someone please link me to the info page)

You can PM me, I have a few of these in 30-32 (no 34's). I am picking up my second batch this weekend, early next week . Will then have an official sales thread in B&S and they will be priced the same as these. Also hope to have the website up in 2 weeks or so, will have other products at that time but the prices on the pants at that time will be a bit higher (although will have a standing 10% of for SFer's).
post #175 of 310
i cant use photobucket now, but here is a real quick draw up of what i like in the fit of a dress pant


the left one is how i like them. taper in from the seat area, in. and then more or less a gradual taper from there. mabitex and rlbl is like this.

the right side are the typical dress pant silhouettes i dont really care for.


sounds like from panta's measurements , they would look like the one on the left.
LL
post #176 of 310
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i cant use photobucket now, but here is a real quick draw up of what i like in the fit of a dress pant


the left one is how i like them. taper in from the seat area, in. and then more or less a gradual taper from there. mabitex and rlbl is like this.

the right side are the typical dress pant silhouettes i dont really care for.


sounds like from panta's measurements , they would look like the one on the left.

do you mind if I use this illustration on the website?
post #177 of 310
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Just a quick note (and not putting words in tattersall's mouth), they are slim pants, but not constricting and I think they seem slimmer than others not so much because they are drastically slimmer but because of how we cut the back rise, the thigh and the whole calf area. I think these are the areas were most pants seem a bit too big and those are the areas I "cleaned up" on these pants.

This is true, they are slim through the legs but they're neither ass-grabbers nor nut-cuppers - for me the leg opening is the most telling at around 8" which makes for a very neat appearance around the shoe particularly when there is no break (which is how mine are being tailored right now.
post #178 of 310
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do you mind if I use this illustration on the website?

Aw, come on, that would be a ripoff. At least employ him as graphic designer.
post #179 of 310
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do you mind if I use this illustration on the website?

sure ed. it is a very bad scribbled drrawing though. i can draw a nicer one tonite.
post #180 of 310
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Aw, come on, that would be a ripoff. At least employ him as graphic designer.

uhh.. no.
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