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have anyone handled the Fenway Pant Dark Grey Glen Plaid? how isit...? worth it?
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of course khaki polka dot shorts are japan release only ffffuuuu.gif
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I tried on a pair of the workaday fatigue pants in large, and good god - I can't remember the last time i've seen a baggier cut. It's a shame b/c the color, fabric, details are awesome, but the fit is borderline unwearable.

has anyone had success in tailoring a pair (some kind of taper), or should i just cut my losses?
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Yeah, the workaday fatigues are huge! I love EG pants; have 2 pair of Ghurkas, 2 pair of USN pants, and 2 pair of desert pants. But the workaday fatigues were just far too baggy for me. Looks like the SS12 EG fatigue pants are a lot slimmer. I hope we'll see a similar fit for FW as I would love a pair of reversed sateen fatigues in a manageable fit.
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Originally Posted by the_state View Post

I tried on a pair of the workaday fatigue pants in large, and good god - I can't remember the last time i've seen a baggier cut. It's a shame b/c the color, fabric, details are awesome, but the fit is borderline unwearable.
has anyone had success in tailoring a pair (some kind of taper), or should i just cut my losses?

Guy at onandbeyond.com had them tapered I think
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Originally Posted by the_state View Post

I tried on a pair of the workaday fatigue pants in large, and good god - I can't remember the last time i've seen a baggier cut. It's a shame b/c the color, fabric, details are awesome, but the fit is borderline unwearable.
has anyone had success in tailoring a pair (some kind of taper), or should i just cut my losses?
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Originally Posted by slide13 View Post

Yeah, the workaday fatigues are huge! I love EG pants; have 2 pair of Ghurkas, 2 pair of USN pants, and 2 pair of desert pants. But the workaday fatigues were just far too baggy for me. Looks like the SS12 EG fatigue pants are a lot slimmer. I hope we'll see a similar fit for FW as I would love a pair of reversed sateen fatigues in a manageable fit.
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Guy at onandbeyond.com had them tapered I think

Guys,

This is one of my favorite pants and I'm fairly slim.The styling of this trouser stays pretty true to the original Issue Fatigue and the styling on the SS12 fatigue was a compromise fit to appeal to the guy who can't seem to wear a fuller trouser. I honestly don't get why you have trouble with this fit. Check out all the styling Pics that David has posted up with the model wearing the fatigue and how it makes sense in both essence and balance of the outfit. Slim isn't flattering and most times out of balance with a fuller fitting shirt or jacket.

Here are some fit pics of my own.

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Gary - I agree. Those look great on you and Daiki. What size are those? I'm 5'8 and need a large, so the proportions are way off for me.
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Yeah, I too am a large and they didn't look like that on me. Those seem to fit like my ghurka or desert pants do, a nice and relaxed fit. The pair of fatigues I tried at Nepenthes were a lot wider in the leg. If I I ever get the chance to try them on again I'll have to give them another look as I love the style, something about not having any pocket bags inside the pants is really nice.
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Gary - I agree. Those look great on you and Daiki. What size are those? I'm 5'8 and need a large, so the proportions are way off for me.

I'm a size 34 which would be a medium. I think Daiki is the same size. They do shrink a bit so if anyone buys these, make sure sure you wash and dry them before you alter them. Remember, the Issue Fatigue was designed for comfort and ease in wearing, so the fit is full and comfortable. If you were to only have one pair of baggy trousers, these would definitely be the choice to make.
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damn it Gary...now you're making me want to try these again. I'm a 34 in EG pants too.....maybe medium would fit me. Hmm....
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damn it Gary...now you're making me want to try these again. I'm a 34 in EG pants too.....maybe medium would fit me. Hmm....

We have all sizes available. $165.00
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Another shout-out for the fatigues... you just gotta embrace the baggy! They are seriously the most comfortable pants I own. Gary- so that's $165 for the workaday version? What about the SS12 mainline version? Thinking of adding to the stable...

THANKS!
post #644 of 1041
Great fit pic Gary. The fatigues work fine, you just need to know how to complement them with the rest of your outfit.
post #645 of 1041
Agreed, great fit Gary. That Daiki fit made me buy army issue fatigues, which however are too high rise...

Gary, im a 34, is Medium a safe buy, or might they shrink too much in the waist? And would you ship to Sweden?

Edit: are these the one´s we are talking about? http://www.thebureaubelfast.com/shop/product/1098/engineered-garments-workaday-olive-reversed-sateen-fatigue-pant/

Measures for a M seem fine.
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