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post #661 of 1359
Huntsman is a baselayer its very small. I wear a large and have a 36 inch chest, and it fits like a slim medium tee. I wear over collared shirts so that why I sized like that.

Slim d's in coper are so nice. Do you guys actually think they will come out with sweatpants? I fucking love me a nice pair of sweats. smile.gif I want to save for a new iPad this month, damn you Outlier.
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^ thanks, that's useful. I usually get S in outlier shirts so I think an L will be fine in the TAD henley cause I don't want to use it only as a baselayer, I already have a couple of icebreaker 200 merino for that.

 

It's out of stock in that size so I'll just wait.


The copper dungarees are very nice, don't know if I'll wear them enough to justify the 7th pair of outlier pants, I also want them in zinc  :(

post #663 of 1359
Yeah Copper looks very nice, but All my clothes are black/grey. One of those things that look wonderful but would not fit into the wardrobe :/
post #664 of 1359

I have been waiting forever to get a tan colored pair of Outlier pants, climbers are the only cut I like, and slim ds are next, but slim ds have no stretch, there practically normal pants with a waterproof coating and that is useless for me atleast. Think I might hold off for tan climbers but god knows when they will be available. 

post #665 of 1359
Huh, so they don't have stretch? I was going to grab a pair for climbing and such, but if thats the case..
post #666 of 1359
Originally Posted by ceoceo View Post

Yeah Copper looks very nice, but All my clothes are black/grey. One of those things that look wonderful but would not fit into the wardrobe :/

 

Black top+Copper pants+Black Shoes? That's basically how I add new colors to my wardrobe lol

 

Originally Posted by ceoceo View Post

Huh, so they don't have stretch? I was going to grab a pair for climbing and such, but if thats the case..

 

Dungarees have 2 way stretch, Climbers have 4 way stretch. Climbers are designed for more strenuous  athletic activity so I'd get those for climbing. Dungarees would still be an upgrade if you were wearing jeans. There are of course other brands that have more specialised pants for climbing and such

post #667 of 1359
Climbers are my everyday pants, I just wanted something that would be more sturdy and not worry about trashing.
post #668 of 1359

Just found this trying to guess the URL: 

 

http://shop.outlier.cc/shop/retail/merino-sweatpants.html

post #669 of 1359
haha wow. That guesswork
post #670 of 1359
Originally Posted by deadsunrise View Post
 

Just found this trying to guess the URL: 

 

http://shop.outlier.cc/shop/retail/merino-sweatpants.html

 

Nice work :laugh:. Lars can make even sweatpants look good lol These are the second most expensive pants Outlier has ever released

 

Edit:

The promo email just went out; hoodies are also released.

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post #672 of 1359

nice but not really down with that pricing on the sweatpants and hoodie

post #673 of 1359
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Originally Posted by stafa View Post
 

nice but not really down with that pricing on the sweatpants and hoodie

same

post #674 of 1359
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Originally Posted by Suyi View Post

Did you try out the air forged shirt? The most oft asked question is some variation of 'is it sweat resistant?' 'does it show sweat?' and I'm interested in your answer to that.

Thanks for the reminder! I wore them out for dinner and some bar crawling on a warm night. I never felt sweaty so they're probably pretty breathable. I'll put them on and go do some jogging and report back ha ha. smile.gif

And thanks above for the heads up above henleys, I got 2 of them to try out!
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This will be my first time buying Outlier's Henley. Anybody with previous years experience that could help me with sizing?

I typically wear a small in Outlier's stuff, and I want the Henley to function as a normal shirt and not a base layer. How many sizes should I go up? Is a medium sufficient? I don't want it to be too tight and look odd...
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