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@mementomoriarty, now we need a picture of the girl to help you decide which one to keep
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@msg
I already know it is too small. Though I will try to stretch it out Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
however if you insist to see (please ignore the quick pic with sweatshorts)
 

what size was it??
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Push up or cut off the sleeves and layer with a tank?
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@Desi 46

 

@kubrick555 Good suggestion. Might do that depending on how the stretching goes. Or maybe I'll just use this as an excuse to buy another dip dye...

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Sizing on this seasons flight pant? I'm usually 48, but I've taken a 46 in some Geller stuff before. 31" waist, 6ft, 170lbs.
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Sizing on this seasons flight pant? I'm usually 48, but I've taken a 46 in some Geller stuff before. 31" waist, 6ft, 170lbs.

 

The gf just gifted me the flights in a 46. 

 

These are my first pair, and the waist fit large like other geller trousers, with the calves being tight. I'm 29-30 waist in most jeans, depending on the cut, and 5'8" tall.

 

My flight pants fit like the acrimony model ... but i actually broke some seams on the leg cuffs when sliding them up my leg. I think you could fit in the 46 with your waist size, but be mindful about the leg opening measurements, and also you're much taller than I am.

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How's the sizing on this? I'm a slim 48. This looks like it's cut slim but with most knits I have to size down or else they end up looking too baggy on me

I just got the multiknit sweater in my usual size 50 and it is really nice. It looks much better in person than in the ssense pics. I'd definitely recommend getting it.

With that said It has high armholes to the point where I feel the sweater on my pits and it's a little distracting. Lol. I couldn't have sized up either in this as I have a 10" drop and it would've been way too baggy in the waist. I have normal sized shoulders and a large chest though. If you have an average sized chest it should work. I would go TTS.

For reference I got a size 50 in the Sebastian bomber, long plaid, and short sleeve court pullover and didn't have any issues with the chest feeling tight in any of them.
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Originally Posted by modawolf View Post

The gf just gifted me the flights in a 46. 

These are my first pair, and the waist fit large like other geller trousers, with the calves being tight. I'm 29-30 waist in most jeans, depending on the cut, and 5'8" tall.

My flight pants fit like the acrimony model ... but i actually broke some seams on the leg cuffs when sliding them up my leg. I think you could fit in the 46 with your waist size, but be mindful about the leg opening measurements, and also you're much taller than I am.

Thanks. How do you like them in person?
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Thanks. How do you like them in person?

 

Well you know, they have sentimental value for me. 

 

Barring that though, I've been a huge fan of the fabric being used on this and the bomber.

It's light weight and water resistant. 

 

The fit is flattering too - just right and not too baggy looking.  I think they're awesome, just worried about durability. I wear my pants hard which I don't think flight pants were made for. I'd snatch them again at the sale prices I've seen them going for. Just like the cargos, I swear ppl slept on those and should be regretting.

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FW13 - are these long socks? Leg warmers?

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FW13 - are these long socks? Leg warmers?

 

long socks, hand-dyed in the studio and never produced

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48 is 27" but the crotch is pretty low. I'm 5'11" and they land just above my sneakers, which I don't like so I plan on only wearing high tops or boots with them. I bought a 2nd pair I liked them so much.

RE: Cargos
Im looking at a sz. 50 but cant find measurements, I assume they would fall pretty cropped on a 33" inseam?
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Originally Posted by modawolf View Post

The gf just gifted me the flights in a 46. 

These are my first pair, and the waist fit large like other geller trousers, with the calves being tight. I'm 29-30 waist in most jeans, depending on the cut, and 5'8" tall.

My flight pants fit like the acrimony model ... but i actually broke some seams on the leg cuffs when sliding them up my leg. I think you could fit in the 46 with your waist size, but be mindful about the leg opening measurements, and also you're much taller than I am.

According to Acrimony, the 48 has a 34" waist unstretched. No way I can fit that. Seems like the 46 wouldn't work for me, either. Bummer.
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long socks, hand-dyed in the studio and never produced

 

Thanks for the info!

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Were there any retailers that carried the James Tank trousers other than sense?
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