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post #1051 of 1393

Got a midnight project jacket sz. 42. After wearing it the sleeves have articulated to about a half inch too short. If anyone is interested pm me.

 

Regards

 

gB

post #1052 of 1393
Got my Fair Ends duck pants (5-pocket). Great fabric and nice cut, but the size chart seems way off. According to it, a tagged 31 has a 32.5" waist--which would be 16.25" laid flat. Well mine, measured flat and aligned, were barely 15.5"

I'd say you need to size up 1 or 2 depending on your preference.
post #1053 of 1393
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Originally Posted by oboy_oboy View Post

Got my Fair Ends duck pants (5-pocket). Great fabric and nice cut, but the size chart seems way off. According to it, a tagged 31 has a 32.5" waist--which would be 16.25" laid flat. Well mine, measured flat and aligned, were barely 15.5"

I'd say you need to size up 1 or 2 depending on your preference.

yeah, all my TS denim is 32/33 but i had to send back my duck pants and request a 34. Lets see how those fit.
post #1054 of 1393

I've been wearing my harvest tan project jacket for about a month now and I gotta say, this thing great. I love the rumpled canvas feel and the two-way pockets are ingenious. It's a great hoodie alternative for SoCal's attempts at winter. For those on the fence, kop.  

post #1055 of 1393
Thread Starter 
The reason that our size 36 measures 40" in the chest is because all clothes must be made with an allowance. This is especially true for cotton shirting which is not milled with spandex or stretch.

4" allowance is quite trim. For instance, on traditional Brooks Brothers or Ralph Lauren shirts the chest allowance is 6" - 8".

Fort that reason, we suggest buying your true chest size or what some call a skin measurement - the reading you get when measuring the circumference of your chest with a measuring tape.
post #1056 of 1393
Thread Starter 
The duck pant is running a little small and also duck does not stretch. We recommended sizing up two sizes from your denim size and one size up from your chino size.

For instance, because denim is a twill and stretches, I wear a size 30 waist in denim. Because cotton twill chino does not stretch nearly as much as denim twill, I wear a size 31 waist.

I found the Fair Ends five pocket size 32 to fit well. If you like your pants roomier in the waist, you could even size up two sizes from your chino size.
post #1057 of 1393
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Originally Posted by taylorstitch View Post

The duck pant is running a little small and also duck does not stretch. We recommended sizing up two sizes from your denim size and one size up from your chino size.

For instance, because denim is a twill and stretches, I wear a size 30 waist in denim. Because cotton twill chino does not stretch nearly as much as denim twill, I wear a size 31 waist.

I found the Fair Ends five pocket size 32 to fit well. If you like your pants roomier in the waist, you could even size up two sizes from your chino size.

This is helpful. Thanks for posting. Two things:

1) Since these were my fist pants purchase from you guys, I was going purely off the size chart, so...

2) it would be great if something like this was posted this on the site. The size chart on these is the same chart for all the bottoms, and clearly these are not measuring the same. It would save everyone time and hassle--and you money, since you very generously offer free returns/exchanges and probably have a lot of people sending stuff back.
post #1058 of 1393
Thread Starter 
You are completely right about that. We apologize for the inconvenience and are working with our developer to fix this problem. This pant was tagged as a jean and kept pulling from our typical denim size chart instead of the new size chart we had created for it. Please keep the questions coming!
post #1059 of 1393
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Originally Posted by taylorstitch View Post

The duck pant is running a little small and also duck does not stretch. We recommended sizing up two sizes from your denim size and one size up from your chino size.

For instance, because denim is a twill and stretches, I wear a size 30 waist in denim. Because cotton twill chino does not stretch nearly as much as denim twill, I wear a size 31 waist.

I found the Fair Ends five pocket size 32 to fit well. If you like your pants roomier in the waist, you could even size up two sizes from your chino size.

Do they fit the same as the original run of camp pants? I found those to fit smaller than the normal chinos (which meant sizing up one) .

I love the stuff you guys make, but the inconsistent sizing is killing me because of shipping fees (I'm in Canada).
post #1060 of 1393

An updated specific size chart is really crucial for online purchase, especially for international buyer. The shipping is a killer if the size does not fit.

 

I hope online retailer can understand this & take it on board. 

post #1061 of 1393
Just a PSA that the Yosemite shirts have been restocked.
post #1062 of 1393

any code yet for the sweats?

post #1063 of 1393
Indigobasics
post #1064 of 1393
So my duck canvas pants showed up - I can confirm that they fit pretty much the same as the original run of camp pants, and you should size up one from your chino size.

And it's just my luck that the camel colour is now sold out in my size frown.gif
post #1065 of 1393

Can anyone comment on the fit of the glacier denim shirt? I've heard that they run a bit trimmer compared to other TS shirts. Also, do you experience any noticeable stretching as you wear the shirt? Thanks!

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