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You on a spending freeze? I should be on one too, just got laid off a few weeks ago and I've bought a few Geller items since. Lol. Might have to start eating only cookies.
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Yeah. I actually had to sell a bunch of stuff. Returned my B3, I couldn't even open the package because it was too sad, just sold my beige Chelsea's too frown.gif
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Lots of good stuff left too. Wish I could grab a few things.

 

I second this - still good stuff left in each stockist. I'm still wondering about those flight pants myself. Anyone try them on that can sway me?

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Long plaid is showing up as $200 for me on Ssense, there a trick or somethin? Regional pricing? Save me my $30!!
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Ssense is notorious for regional pricing. I know its at least been terrible for my fellow Canadians. 

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How to purchase a RG piece on Yahoo Auctions?

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Make an account with any proxy service (I use FromJapan, or zenmarket, buyee).

Make a deposit.

Enter the auction ID and submit a bid (realtime or sniper)

Win the bid and it will get shipped to the proxy.

Pay for shipping from the proxy to you.

Enjoy your item.

Try not to get addicted to Y!J. 

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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

PSA, cargos are back at east dane in 46 for a nice price. Love mine.

https://www.eastdane.com/garment-washed-cargo-pant-robert/vp/v=1/1508077874.htm?folderID=31177&colorId=12867

I don't suppose you have a fit pic of these do you? Been considering them.

How did you size? Found the East Dane comments interesting:

Fit
Sizes listed are US sizes. Cut slim.
For a modern/slim fit, buy your normal size.
For a classic/regular fit, buy 1 size larger than your normal size.
post #8080 of 10832
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Originally Posted by Caveat View Post

I don't suppose you have a fit pic of these do you? Been considering them.

How did you size? Found the East Dane comments interesting:

Fit
Sizes listed are US sizes. Cut slim.
For a modern/slim fit, buy your normal size.
For a classic/regular fit, buy 1 size larger than your normal size.

I don't have a pic but I went with my normal geller size (44 in bottoms or about 30" waist). They have a long rise and strong taper below the knee. They are a bit snug in the ahem, ass area. I would revise the east dane description to read:

Fit
Sizes listed are US sizes. Cut slim.
For a modern/slim fit, buy your normal size.
For those with junk in their trunk, buy 1 size larger than your normal size.
post #8081 of 10832
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

I don't have a pic but I went with my normal geller size (44 in bottoms or about 30" waist). They have a long rise and strong taper below the knee. They are a bit snug in the ahem, ass area. I would revise the east dane description to read:

Fit
Sizes listed are US sizes. Cut slim.
For a modern/slim fit, buy your normal size.
For those with junk in their trunk, buy 1 size larger than your normal size.

I'll chime in here - I sized up and I don't have much junk in the trunk.
They are a weird fit with a long ass rise, so I wear them hiked up.
I was likely between sizes, but if you don't want a tight waist/ass, then size up. If you want more taper and can live with a tighter fitter top, go normal size.
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Originally Posted by kubrick555 View Post

I'll chime in here - I sized up and I don't have much junk in the trunk.
They are a weird fit with a long ass rise, so I wear them hiked up.
I was likely between sizes, but if you don't want a tight waist/ass, then size up. If you want more taper and can live with a tighter fitter top, go normal size.

Yeah, I also wear them higher on the waist. Makes them more comfortable.
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i think totokaelo has them for the same price in the full range of sizes. a 46 was too small for me so i got a 48, which is a bit loose in the waist but the 46s were neigh unwearable. i took a 46 in the jeans and lounge pants but a 48 for the cargos and nylon pants

nylon pants are great though, finally have some waterproof pants to wear
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What do you like about them specifically? The fabric, cut or what? They seem really basic with a weird cut to me. I was drawn to them when they came out though.
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Originally Posted by lesamourai View Post

i think totokaelo has them for the same price in the full range of sizes. a 46 was too small for me so i got a 48, which is a bit loose in the waist but the 46s were neigh unwearable. i took a 46 in the jeans and lounge pants but a 48 for the cargos and nylon pants

nylon pants are great though, finally have some waterproof pants to wear

There were both a lounge pants and nylon pants this season? Are the nylon pants the same material as the bomber jacket? Are the lounge pants the richard ones?
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