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post #1036 of 1402
Is there any chance for a schedule for the remainder of the year, or maybe even a stretch longer? That'd be too great.
post #1037 of 1402

If anyone has the Blue Unlined Oxford Blazer they are looking to sell, please message me. Thanks

post #1038 of 1402
Finally pulled the trigger on another pair of the Good Acres. Man they are warm and tough. It's in the 20s-30s already, and my gray (putty I think) have been getting a lot of wear. I'm sure at some point I'm going to go for one of the green or reds as well, but went with the wheat this time around. Just trouser-like enough for me to get away with these at work.
post #1039 of 1402

The thanksgiving sale code doesn't seem to be working, no matter what I put in the basket it says the items does not meet the conditions of the code. I've looked but I can't find a list of conditions. 

post #1040 of 1402
If it's last call stuff, the code doesn't work. The 15% works on full priced items.
post #1041 of 1402

The thing is it wasn't working for the full price merch either.

post #1042 of 1402
Took a chance on some last call stuff and they didn't work out. If anyone is in need of a size 42 indigo Birdseye terry sweater or 35 sage Highlands pants, PM me.

TS, any ideas on when a Yosemite restock and the cord pants might come around?
post #1043 of 1402
First time ordering and I took a chance on the Olive Plaid Poplin.
Shirt and fabric are both excellent, but unfortunately the taper is a bit too much for me on the size 36. Up for grabs if anyone is interested... PM me.
post #1044 of 1402
what size is a gitman vintage shirt equivalent to TS 42?
post #1045 of 1402
Quote:
Originally Posted by bigwhat62 View Post

what size is a gitman vintage shirt equivalent to TS 42?

Large.

The biggest difference is the TS taper is much more aggressive, whereas Gitman is more or less straight down from the armpit.
post #1046 of 1402
Quote:
Originally Posted by meso View Post

Large.

The biggest difference is the TS taper is much more aggressive, whereas Gitman is more or less straight down from the armpit.

thanks man. that works for me since i have a little extra around the waist this season. lol
post #1047 of 1402
The size guide for these pants is excellent. Before I pull the trigger, any sizing advice? Do people go TTS for waist measurement. My concern is that I need pants with room in the thigh. Can anyone compare the fit to any other well known pant/cut? EP RCs, for example, do not work for me. For denim I go straight or relaxed fits for everything. Most my pants are between 32 and 33 so its a tough call. I measured my favorite chinos for a comparison and am coming up between sizes for the thigh. Any thoughts?

http://taylorstitch.com/collections/all/products/khaki-washed-selvage-chino
post #1048 of 1402
Do you know what weight the previous duck pants were that were like chinos but with denim-like back pockets? Just curious if the new pants have a similar feel, though they do not seem to be washed.
post #1049 of 1402
Just ordered the new 10 oz navy duck canvas camp pants, they look like they'll be a good alternative to denim.

But as usual, had to order two sizes to get the right size (which is kind a pain when you're shipping from Canada). Too much variation in pant sizes.
post #1050 of 1402

any idea if the Dusty Yosemite shirt is gonna be restocked??  Or anywhere else I could find it in a size 40??  Thing looks so rad I'd be willing to get it in all 3 colors!! 

 

Thanks in advance for any suggestions


Edited by CelliniEVO - 12/6/13 at 7:51am
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