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post #331 of 1301
I think sizing down 1 from TTS is pretty safe.
post #332 of 1301
Got my Three Way Shorts yesterday (purp color). LOVE the fabric on these.

Contemplating the three way swim trunks in green. I'm used to the 5-inch inseam with running shorts. satisfied.gif
post #333 of 1301
Sent back the dungarees and summer trousers. Not bad stuff but I didn't like the fabric as much as I like the three way shorts, which I'll keep.

Actually going to order a pair of trunks a size up and see if they're not too short.

Maybe gonna pick up the base layer shirt they've got now as the rep said the henleys wouldn't be restocked until fall.




Could probably wear this every day during the summer.
post #334 of 1301
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Show off the gunz
post #335 of 1301

Yea, I want those shirts too, was actually about to purchase each color. Until I looked at the pictures closer deciding if the sleeves would be too short on me. Then I notice that you could see your nipples through them there that fine blend of merino. Seeing your nipples and short sleeves makes a very unappealing combination. 

post #336 of 1301
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Originally Posted by einstine View Post

Seeing your nipples and short sleeves makes a very unappealing combination. 

Said nobody ever.
post #337 of 1301
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Said nobody ever.

Really? My girlfriend would break up with me, if I thought that was a good look. Also if I thought that was a good look my girlfriend would probably be my boyfriend. biggrin.gif

post #338 of 1301
Is the cut of the Ultralight Trousers the same as last year? Although I like the material very much, last year's version was way too loose fitting where the pants hit your shoes. Compared to the cut of the 60/30 Chinos, which is absolutely perfect, the Ultralights were less fitted, and much more boxy and messy-looking, especially in the lower leg. Just wondering if anyone has any experience with this year's batch of Ultralights.

Although I kept my Navy and Gray Ultralights from last year, and still wear them, I'm trying to decide if I'm brave enough to have a tailor try to taper the legs a bit. They just don't look nearly as good with oxford shoes as the 60/30 Chinos.

Also, this year's Three Way Shorts seem to fit a bit tighter than last year's. Hoping that some of the new Three Way Longs colours (Olive, Concrete) make their way to the Three Way Shorts too.
post #339 of 1301

Ask railcar goods if they will tamper them. They do an amazing job on jeans. 

post #340 of 1301
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Originally Posted by Mik View Post

Is the cut of the Ultralight Trousers the same as last year? Although I like the material very much, last year's version was way too loose fitting where the pants hit your shoes. Compared to the cut of the 60/30 Chinos, which is absolutely perfect, the Ultralights were less fitted, and much more boxy and messy-looking, especially in the lower leg. Just wondering if anyone has any experience with this year's batch of Ultralights.

Although I kept my Navy and Gray Ultralights from last year, and still wear them, I'm trying to decide if I'm brave enough to have a tailor try to taper the legs a bit. They just don't look nearly as good with oxford shoes as the 60/30 Chinos.

Also, this year's Three Way Shorts seem to fit a bit tighter than last year's. Hoping that some of the new Three Way Longs colours (Olive, Concrete) make their way to the Three Way Shorts too.

 

I just ordered a pair so I can let you know, but the leg opening measurement is listed on the site.

post #341 of 1301

I've had my outlier's tapered before.  It's worth it.  Just ask the tailor beforehand if they're cool with dealing with the pants.  They're not going to risk you posting a bad review on yelp if they can't deal with your pants for 20 bucks.  I see them having more problems with the 4seasons or 60/30 fabric than the ultralight fabric.

 

I still feel the 60/30 chinos has the best cut/look.


Edited by wahwho11 - 5/6/13 at 2:44pm
post #342 of 1301
I've had my 4 season OG's taken in at the hip and waistband without issue,,, fabric should be no problem for any decent tailor.
post #343 of 1301

there's a cryptic picture on Outlier's website right now, with the text "Thursday..." appearing when you hover over it. Anyone have any clue what that's about?

post #344 of 1301

My guess would be a new blazer, as suggested by the image URL.

 

http://outlier.cc/freemansblazer/001-OUTLIER-SneakPeek.jpg
post #345 of 1301

No pictures but a little preview text 

 

http://shop.outlier.cc/shop/retail/freemansblazer.html

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