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post #136 of 1201
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Originally Posted by momentoftruth View Post

it's decently slim, but if you want form-fitting you might want to size down 1. I can try to post a fit pic at some point this week

Thanks. I ordered anyways since they have such a good return policy.

 

If I like it but it's a bit too baggy I can always tailor. 

post #137 of 1201

They just put up Merino socks which, I know, doesn't sound exciting. However, I love merino socks and their merino is especially choice. Three pairs for $60.00 is a decent deal especially since Marciolani Italian socks in cotton and merino run about $24.00 a pop.

post #138 of 1201
why not just smartwool?
post #139 of 1201

I glanced at the Outlier socks.  They sound like super-nice merino - but aren't they crew-length, not over-the-calf? (I could be wrong, I looked really quickly).

 

I've never found a crew length sock that doesn't eventually drift downward.  I can hardly get myself to wear anything other than over the calf, now.

post #140 of 1201
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Originally Posted by momentoftruth View Post

it's decently slim, but if you want form-fitting you might want to size down 1. I can try to post a fit pic at some point this week

What are your measurements? I was planning on getting a S but they sold out...and I am afraid M might be too big.

post #141 of 1201
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What are your measurements? I was planning on getting a S but they sold out...and I am afraid M might be too big.

 

I have one, I am 6'2 180lbs I wear a medium.

post #142 of 1201

don't know my actual measurements but I'm 5'10" 145lbs and typically wear size 36 for suit jackets

post #143 of 1201
Surprisingly I find Outliers tops either TTS or slightly larger. Their measurement charts say L = 40". I have a 40" chest, but wear a M in Outlier tops.
post #144 of 1201
What would you guys recommend for a every-day regular casual pant? I feel like I'm kind of moving on from raw denim. I also bike a shit ton and don't want to deal with crotch blowouts.
post #145 of 1201
Chinos or the slim dungarees. Dungarees will be closer to the fit/feel of denim.
post #146 of 1201
OG Pants
post #147 of 1201
Nyco Slims, back up on the site. Just bought a pair of Blue's to go with the Olive Drab I already have. These are great pants, especially for the price point. Fit is striaght, not too slim but not loose by any means, I find the waist pretty TTS, material and construction are top notch.

http://shop.outlier.cc/shop/retail/nycoslims.html
post #148 of 1201

I absolutely love the nyco slim cut.  They're very slim in the hip and ass but are constructed with extra material on the inside seam of the thigh, so it's slim in the top block but fairly roomy in the thigh.  I find the knee and leg opening slim but straight, both slimmer and straighter than j. crew urban slim fit in the same size.  Probably not for someone with a big ass though.  

post #149 of 1201
^ Perhaps, i mean to each their own. I don't wear "skinny" pants, but do wear pretty slim denim and chinos, so the Nyco slims feel much more straight than slim to me. They are slimmer than the JCrew Urban Slims, but don;t feel as slim as the JCrew 484's to me.
post #150 of 1201

I think we're in agreement, I've just never owned any chinos that were slimmer than urban slims (which really aren't slim imo)
 

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