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post #676 of 1317

No experience, but they offer free returns so order different sizes and try which one gives you the fit you're looking for

post #677 of 1317
I have a few outlier items in like new condition if anyone is interested. Priced pretty low I feel.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/365143/fs-sisp-stone-island-shadow-outlier-buzz-rickson-x-self-edge-nike-x-loopwheeler
post #678 of 1317
Were Nyco slims offered in another color than green or navy?
post #679 of 1317
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Were Nyco slims offered in another color than green or navy?

Don't think so

post #680 of 1317

They get the fabric from military suppliers who only make it in olive and navy for the Army/Navy/Air Force/Marines, supposedly.

post #681 of 1317
Just a heads up for future reference... If you ever miss out on these hyperlite bags, the guys at HMG will recreate them exactly as they were made for Outlier at the exact same price. Just give them a ring.

They're fantastic peeps as well.
post #682 of 1317
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Originally Posted by rxryan View Post

Just a heads up for future reference... If you ever miss out on these hyperlite bags, the guys at HMG will recreate them exactly as they were made for Outlier at the exact same price. Just give them a ring.

They're fantastic peeps as well.

They already sell practically the same bag already at $70 cheaper.

post #683 of 1317
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Originally Posted by einstine View Post

They already sell practically the same bag already at $70 cheaper.

It's same basic bag, but hardware is different and the black cuben fiber is slightly more expensive.
post #684 of 1317
I keep going back and forth on the climbers in slate.

I absolutely love my three way shorts, just wonder how a pair of pants in the same fabric would be. And I'd have to get them hemmed; tailors want $50 to do that shit around here. angry.gif
post #685 of 1317
Originally Posted by spencers View Post

And I'd have to get them hemmed; tailors want $50 to do that shit around here. angry.gif

 

:rotflmao: and I thought my 'good' tailor was overcharging at ~$12 per hemmed trousers. Look around for a dry cleaner that also does alterations; should be a lot cheaper.

post #686 of 1317

If the going rate to get some pants hemmed was $50, I'd take up sewing.

post #687 of 1317
There is always online options too.
post #688 of 1317
$50 for a simple hem? Craziness and it's not like these pants are hard to work with either. My local tailor shrugged and did a great job even though I had concerns about the material being more difficult to work with. Apparently it's not a big deal.
post #689 of 1317
I had my tailor take in the waist and full legs (yeah both) on a pair of ogs for less than 50 bucks, that's crazy,,, find CC with sewing class and take it there, shit is super easy to do with this material.
post #690 of 1317
how little stretch is there in the slim dungarees? i like the styling/cut a lot but after falling in love with the 4-way stretch in the 60/30s i'm thinking i might need to go with the climbers... only worried that those might be cut too slim for me. i also really like indigo blue but that's less of a concern. thanks!
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