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post #1156 of 2517
Check the thigh measurements. That'll be a better indication of whether they will fit you.
post #1157 of 2517

thank you ecco but i have no idea where to find this. the only measurements i found with some detail is this

 

 

Size Waist (1/2) Front Rise Inseam Hem
28 14.5" 10" 31" 6"
30 15.5" 10.5" 31" 6.5"

Edited by dandefilippo - 5/21/13 at 11:26am
post #1158 of 2517
Those look about right. I have a pair of them in size 30, and they're now 16" across the waist, laid flat. I've worn them a handful of times, so I am sure they've stretched.

Thigh at crotch is about 11".
post #1159 of 2517
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Originally Posted by dandefilippo View Post

thank you ecco but i have no idea where to find this. the only measurements i found with some detail is this

 

 

Size Waist (1/2) Front Rise Inseam Hem
28 14.5" 10" 31" 6"
30 15.5" 10.5" 31" 6.5"

 

I emailed them about thigh measurements a while back and they stated that they don't provide it but that it's "standard." (whatever that means)

post #1160 of 2517

ok then! i may try the 28...just hope it fits cheers

post #1161 of 2517

Has anyone ever handled the F/W'11 or any wool trousers for that matter?

Is the wool lightweight or more of a heavy weight?

I'm thinking of getting a pair but not sure if they'll be too thick for S/S wear.

post #1162 of 2517

I've never handled any myself but if they're F/W wool trousers i'm guessing they're not something you'd want to be wearing during hot summer months...

post #1163 of 2517
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Originally Posted by slstr View Post

I've never handled any myself but if they're F/W wool trousers i'm guessing they're not something you'd want to be wearing during hot summer months...

 

True, but they're also cropped so I'm guessing they'd be a bit more breezy.

But if the feel of the wool is pretty thick then it's definitely not suited for the warmer weather.

post #1164 of 2517
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Originally Posted by fishbones View Post

Has anyone ever handled the F/W'11 or any wool trousers for that matter?
Is the wool lightweight or more of a heavy weight?
I'm thinking of getting a pair but not sure if they'll be too thick for S/S wear.

Most of the Ervell trousers I own are wool (FW versions) and they are made for the respective season, meaning that FW wool are of a heavier weight. I have been able to wear a few during cool spring days, but mine are all now in the closet since the warmer weather has finally arrived on the east coast. Tropical wool is what you would want to be looking to get for the spring/summer season.

Oh and I wouldn't really consider them cropped unless you're 6 ft. tall or more. I'm 5'8" and have had to hem all of mine. I think original inseams are around 33" or so.
post #1165 of 2517
Has anyone bought the pocket sweater for this season? Does it fit TTS?
post #1166 of 2517
does anyone know where I could buy a size small granite short sleeve from ? I cant find one anywhere (pm if you wanna sell one)
post #1167 of 2517
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Originally Posted by raginberriodoom View Post

Has anyone bought the pocket sweater for this season? Does it fit TTS?

I haven't bought one this season, but I asked the web store guys about the fit a few weeks ago. Their reply: "The Pocket Sweater fit hasn't really changed, it would just feel different in the Spring/Summer pima cotton yarn compared to the baby alpaca." So yes, TTS.

Also, if anyone is looking for a white granite long sleeve I have one in L (a very slim L this season, would be fine for a M) that I worn once before realizing it's just too slim. Send me a PM if interested smile.gif
post #1168 of 2517

Does anyone own the 'standard pants'? What's the thigh measurement?

 

I need a "bigger" (aka not slim) pair of pants to pair with my "anti-fit" sweater from S.Schneider. (currently up on SWD classified) 


Edited by amathew - 5/25/13 at 6:42pm
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post #1170 of 2517
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