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Glad the undies are working for you. What size is your chest and neck? Just from your height and weight, a large maybe a little too small. What brands do you wear a large in? We don't stock XLs because we don't sell many. I know someone else may be interested in XLs, so maybe in the future we will make a couple and see what happens. These shirts are meant to be worn untucked and would be too short to tuck in. And no, we don't offer bulk discounts.
i'm 6'1 185 and your larges a jst a tad small on me. i would def pick up some XL's if you stocked a couple edit: my chest is 41" and neck is 16' for reference
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have these been released yet? not sure if that gray/black is the same one on your site as of now?
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^ Read back about two pages and you'll find your answer.
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Do you take returns on the sale items?
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i'm 6'1 185 and your larges a jst a tad small on me. i would def pick up some XL's if you stocked a couple

edit: my chest is 41" and neck is 16' for reference

they don't fit you? i am the same exact size as you and his measurements are 1/4" bigger than any BoO XL i own and even those fit a little loose on me.
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I was a medium in the old slim fit, but it looks like a small in the new fit was what I needed.

I have a medium in the slim fit chambray and it was like perfect. Got a small in one of the new fits and it's a tad bigger in the chest and noticeably so in the arms. Shoulders are about the same. Length is same or longer, not really sure.



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Do you take returns on the sale items?

For the most part no.
post #2902 of 5080
Does using chlorine free bleach kill the button up shirts?
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Sorry guys. There has been a delay in button downs, but everyone's order will be going out next week. Our Mac coat is also completed, and I will have pics next week. Thanks for being patient with us, I know you guys won't be disappointed with the button downs. If you have any questions about your specific order feel free to PM or email me.
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I just placed an order for an extra-small plaid button-down. I'm assuming it has the new fit?
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Does using chlorine free bleach kill the button up shirts?

I don't know for sure, but I would probably avoid bleach

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I just placed an order for an extra-small plaid button-down. I'm assuming it has the new fit?

Yes, it is the new fit.
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Update the chlorine free bleach didn't harm my burgundy micro-check shirt.
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Michael, have you received the package I sent you? I've gotten no reply...
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I hope you guys can do another houndstooth. forest green and blue!
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any jackets like this coming out soon?
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they don't fit you? i am the same exact size as you and his measurements are 1/4" bigger than any BoO XL i own and even those fit a little loose on me.



the bodies are really short, i have a long torso. i have the grey chambray in a large and it is way too small in the chest, this might be because the chambray material shrunk a lot. i'm not sure. i'll try to get some actual measurements fro my large chambray. i don't have experience with any of his new shirts he's come out with
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