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post #76 of 81
Ed mentioned two cuts, slim and classic. The current measurements are for the slim cut. What will be the measurements for the classic cut? When will the Classic cut be available?

Current measurements for Slim (36):

waist-36
front rise- 10 5/8
back rise- 16
thigh-14 1/2
knee-9 1/4
leg opening-8 3/8
inseam -38

Would Classic (36) look like this?:

waist-36
front rise- 12
back rise- 18
thigh-14 1/2
knee-11 1/4
leg opening-9
inseam -38
post #77 of 81
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Originally Posted by BABuckeye View Post
Ed mentioned two cuts, slim and classic. The current measurements are for the slim cut. What will be the measurements for the classic cut? When will the Classic cut be available?

Current measurements for Slim (36):

waist-36
front rise- 10 5/8
back rise- 16
thigh-14 1/2
knee-9 1/4
leg opening-8 3/8
inseam -38

Would Classic (36) look like this?:

waist-36
front rise- 12
back rise- 18
thigh-14 1/2
knee-11 1/4
leg opening-9
inseam -38

Ed, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong here.

I have a couple pairs of the "slim" fit and one pair of Ed's prototype for the "classic" fit- a light grey, single pleat tropical wool. The waist fits similarly on both, but the classic prototype has more room in the thigh all the way down. Hemmed to 29.5", it measures about 8.5" at the ankle, vs. the 7.75-8" of the slim. I don't know if he is planning to make any changes to the classic when it's released. I love the way both fit me, they're just different cuts. The classic is nice in that it's a fuller, looser pant, but still has the slim silhouette. Plus, slim single-pleated pants are bomb.
post #78 of 81
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Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post
Ed was good about not making these nuthugger tight. I'm wearing 36s, and I actually think the leg could be cut a tiny bit slimmer, and I really have meaty thighs. I think the waist size is appropriately proportioned to the leg size. I know people have been asking for a fuller cut, but if you're a 32 or 34 waist, unless you're a rugby player or squat regularly, it's hard to imagine that one's thighs at that waist size can't fit into the current cut. And if you're just fat, you would need a bigger waist size, and with a bigger waist size comes a bigger leg.
+1, the combination of not vanity sizing plus making these slim but accommodating is the secret ingredient. I have a 31" waist and relatively athletic build, so many of the slim Italian numbers (Inco/Mabi) in a 30/46 are too tight in the thigh and seat, but fine in the waist, and then in 32/48, loose in the waist, but fine in the thigh and seat. Since Panta size 32 actually measures 32 around, it fits my waist perfectly, yet has the same proportions as a slim 32 pant- ie, slim but not tight.
post #79 of 81
Quote:
Originally Posted by BABuckeye View Post
Ed mentioned two cuts, slim and classic. The current measurements are for the slim cut. What will be the measurements for the classic cut? When will the Classic cut be available?

Current measurements for Slim (36):

waist-36
front rise- 10 5/8
back rise- 16
thigh-14 1/2
knee-9 1/4
leg opening-8 3/8
inseam -38

Would Classic (36) look like this?:

waist-36
front rise- 12
back rise- 18
thigh-14 1/2
knee-11 1/4
leg opening-9
inseam -38

I would also be interested in this. Ed,what are the measurements of the single pleat that you have on the first page? Size 34 and 36" measurements.
post #80 of 81
I actually just posted on the main forum looking for advice on non-slim fit pants as I have large quads. The classic sz. 36 proposed above me would be perfect!
post #81 of 81
Ed, do you have any semi-prospective timeline on any new products? Shirts?
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