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post #451 of 1347
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Originally Posted by Teapot418 View Post

Thanks, upon further reflection I'm starting to think it's the material being super stretchy and feeling different from what I'm used to.  I'm about a true 34 and those are size 33s.  For comparison, I wear 32 in Uniqlo's vintage khakis and my 34 rivet chinos from Epaulet are too big (clothes no longer fitting is the worst part of getting thinner).

 

I would try a 34 or 35 then. 

post #452 of 1347
If a 34 EP is too big, then a 33 in Outlier will work
post #453 of 1347

Well, in the end I decided I'm not comfortable with the cut of the Climbers so I'm going to try out the Dungarees.  Hopefully the inseam isn't too short.

post #454 of 1347
Dunagrees are nothing to compare to the fabric of the climbers tough.
post #455 of 1347
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Originally Posted by Suyi View Post

If you choose the UPS delivery option expect to definitely be charged customs, duties, brokerage & tax.

If you choose the USPS delivery option expect to not be charged anything. I've received multiple deliveries from Outlier through USPS where I wasn't even asked to pay tax. Some of their stuff is made in Vancouver so perhaps that's the reason.

By default Outlier only offers UPS delivery if the value of the order is over a certain amount but you can contact them and specifically request USPS instead.

Got hit with some customs charges today, even with USPS. Only $26, not a big deal, probably less than whatever UPS would charge.
post #456 of 1347
Man every time I check the price of the OG Pant it fucking goes up! I wish I got it like a year or two ago when I found out about it.
post #457 of 1347
To be fair they do give you a month or so each time before they increase prices
post #458 of 1347
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Originally Posted by PattyC View Post


Got hit with some customs charges today, even with USPS. Only $26, not a big deal, probably less than whatever UPS would charge.

 

Sometimes CanadaPost asks for customs but like you said it's not a big deal. At least it doesn't include bullshit brokerage fees. 

 

Was that for the three way longs?

post #459 of 1347
Shipping into the US, I think it's a rule of thumb that anything over $200 gets hit by customs. Does it work similarly in other countries?

I like how FarFetch and other places assume customs charges into the price they charge.. Makes it simple.
post #460 of 1347
Climbers in Navy and most sizes in black now up: http://shop.outlier.cc/shop/retail/the-climbers.html

Don't buy all of the Navy 30's or I will be sad. =[
post #461 of 1347
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Originally Posted by Suyi View Post

Sometimes CanadaPost asks for customs but like you said it's not a big deal. At least it doesn't include bullshit brokerage fees. 

Was that for the three way longs?

Yeah, I have to send them back too, this new shipment seems to fit small

The webstore shows a waistband of 33" for size 31, laid flat I'm getting just under 15.75" across

The leg opening online says 21.25", laid flat I'm getting 9.5" on the front

Sucks, nice beach weather all this week too.
Edited by PattyC - 7/6/13 at 8:59am
post #462 of 1347

so i bought a pair of slim dungarees, size 33, around the jan/feb (before the price went up). actually sent them back twice (tried on a pair of climbers), so the total cost was probably around $250.

 

since then, i've lost a lot of weight. i actually haven't worn pants in like a good 2 months, so they've really been only very lightly used. but i tried them on a bit ago, and i hate the fit: they are way too baggy!

 

any advice on what i should do would be appreciated. try to sell or trade them online? i've never done this before and am skeptical anyone is going to want to pay a sufficient price for a used pair of pants.

 

should i get them tailored? i've also never been to a tailor. :o i imagine that the stitching on these pants is a large part of their claim to durability. also, the crotch is gusseted: seems complicated!

 

i hate the fit but i actually love these pants a lot and want to make them work. if there are any toronto natives here who can recommend a skilled tailor, merci.

post #463 of 1347
Trying to get them tailored is only going to sink more money into the problem. Sell them and be more mindful of your weight situation before buying pieces. I might be looking for a pair of dungarees...msg me more details if you want.
post #464 of 1347

Sell and re-buy, very simple. The resale prices of Outlier clothing is pretty surprising to me, I seen climbers, new ogs, etc. on ebay go for $20-30 less then retail. 

post #465 of 1347

Have there been any reviews of the Outlier Towel posted?

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