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post #346 of 1315

freemansblazer... poormansblazer would be great, since I want everything they make, and I spent so much! this past couple months. 

post #347 of 1315
http://instagram.com/p/Y22phRCe39/
post #348 of 1315

That damn blazer in metakhaki is absoloutly amazing! I wish I had an extra grand to blow.

post #349 of 1315
^ Second that.


Most expensive Outlier item yet?

Only one available in my size of each colorway..
post #350 of 1315
The navy looks like a 60/30 take on a Barena blazer - I love it!

$980 sheeesh
post #351 of 1315
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Originally Posted by einstine View Post

freemansblazer... poormansblazer would be great, since I want everything they make, and I spent so much! this past couple months. 

 

cosigned

post #352 of 1315

Has anybody seen that metakhaki color on any other blazers? Im thinking of selling some stuff to buy it, but am hesitating to do so.

post #353 of 1315

New to styleforum. Thought I'd contribute my 2 cents as far as Outlier sizing goes; it can be kinda tricky. I typically wear a 31 in raw denim, a 32 in most other pants. Here's what I own:

 

Kierin Cuts, Size 31, Black - I've got huge thighs. First pair of Outlier pants I bought. Fit snug in the waist but given the material's stretch, they fit just right everywhere else. The material on these and the Dungarees is a fucking nightmare first wear. I wanted to return them. Itchy and static ridden. After 1 wear, static calmed down and they softened. Now they're like butter.  

 

Three Way Shorts, Size 32, Black - Got these originally in size 31 but they were way too snug, especially considering the inclusion of drawstrings. The 32's fit just right. They are a little snug over the thigh however. Could have an extra half inch in the upper thigh area but then again, my legs are just big.

 

Nyco Slims, Size 32, Navy & Olive - Got these last. Was worried they would be too big in the waist as I wear as 31 in the Kierins but too slim in the thigh. Fit pretty close to perfect though. Slim in the seat with about a half inch to breathe in the waist. Nice tight taper down the legs. Reminiscent of the Dockers Alpha Khakis only leagues ahead as far as design. Material is crunchy and creases. Reminds me of raw denim but without the stretch. Should be noted that these two pairs are slightly different (as every pair will be); the navy has an extra quarter inch in the waist but the olive has some extra room in the calf. 

 

If anyone wants pics, let me know. I can try and snap some after work. 

 

And ya, the FSC Blazer is beautiful but I can't afford a $1k piece right now. They should do a $200 blazer and make it out of the deadstock Nyco. Love the material and the price point is spot on. 

post #354 of 1315
Summer trousers were still too loose for me. Dungarees were better but not quite as slim as I'd have liked. I have a feeling I would like the climbers though.

The three-way shorts are awesome.

Also, need opinions for base layer shirt. Mid gray or black for fair skin, black hair. Got the gray and am not really liking it. The first picture in the sunlight gave me the wrong idea for the tone. Pure grey rather than earthy.
post #355 of 1315
Picked up another pair of Three Way Shorts. In green. Love these damn things.

Will probably get the trunks soon.

REALLY wish they did the light blue (teal?) colorway of the trunks this year.
post #356 of 1315
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Picked up another pair of Three Way Shorts. In green. Love these damn things.

Will probably get the trunks soon.

REALLY wish they did the light blue (teal?) colorway of the trunks this year.

Second that; I love the blue. But that green is a great shade of green, so I'm not too bummed. Picked up the 3ways in green and purp. I absolutely love them with one small caveat... Surprisingly -- to me at least -- one of the things I noticed about them was that I didn't like the button. It doesn't matter if you have a belt or a shirt on, but I bought these with the intention of wearing them to the pool/beach pretty regularly, so I was a little disappointed.

Has anyone encountered a fix for this? I don't mind ask a tailor to sew on a new one or something.
post #357 of 1315

Anyone have issues with size inconsistencies within the same model of pants? I bought a pair of Slim Dungarees (30) from a member on here. Fit was ok, though it could be just slightly roomier. I ordered a pair of Slim Dungarees in 31 directly from Outlier and got them last night in the mail. Even when going 1 size up, they were roomy as hell and comparable to Keirin Cuts. The size chart says that the thighs only went up 0.25" and the leg opening 0.5", so personally I don't think that's a lot.

post #358 of 1315

They definitely do not have sizing down correctly. This year/season seams more on par to tts. Still my three way shorts in 30 have the same exact waist as my climbers in 31, both from this season. Just order and return, and repeat if necessary. 

post #359 of 1315
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Originally Posted by ryan chinaski View Post

New to styleforum. Thought I'd contribute my 2 cents as far as Outlier sizing goes; it can be kinda tricky. I typically wear a 31 in raw denim, a 32 in most other pants. Here's what I own:

Pics would be awesome.

post #360 of 1315
Anyone have a 'Cali Short Sleeve Pivot Shirt' that can post actual measurements?

Kinda bummed the 3 way longs haven't been restocked yet
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