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post #826 of 1390
Are the measurements for the Slim fit jeans correct? THey seem to be larger than the normal jeans.
post #827 of 1390

I noticed a few jeans that have been off the website for a bit popped up in the Last Call section, but they're not discounted - should they be?

post #828 of 1390
Listen I'm going to need all the info on upcoming cords and heavier weight chinos. I need them all.
post #829 of 1390
It looks like the image for the size charts are wrong. The new slim fit size chart is listed as the original size chart and vise versa.
post #830 of 1390
How much does sizing vary with pants and denim? I have a pair of the camp pants that fit slightly (yet noticeably) slimmer than the pair of summer weight chinos I just received - and now that I see the jeans I wanted have been re-stocked I want to make sure I order the correct size.
post #831 of 1390

I haven't tried their chinos, but I have several pairs of jeans and corduroys. The cords ran small - they recommended sizing up one size; I actually went up two sizes and they fit just like my jeans do. The jeans are pretty consistent, but each different denim will evolve a little differently - the Kurabo denim has shrunk more for me than the Cone Mills has, for example.

 

The summer weight jeans also seem to be slightly larger in the ankle opening (about 1/2").

post #832 of 1390
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Originally Posted by katabatic View Post

I haven't tried their chinos, but I have several pairs of jeans and corduroys. The cords ran small - they recommended sizing up one size; I actually went up two sizes and they fit just like my jeans do. The jeans are pretty consistent, but each different denim will evolve a little differently - the Kurabo denim has shrunk more for me than the Cone Mills has, for example.

The summer weight jeans also seem to be slightly larger in the ankle opening (about 1/2").

+1 ... I have a pair of the Kurabo denim that have been in constant wear for almost a year now, and my recently acquired cone mills pair are noticeably larger in the leg opening. Not sure if it's a deal breaker or not yet.
post #833 of 1390
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Originally Posted by stormboy202 View Post

+1 ... I have a pair of the Kurabo denim that have been in constant wear for almost a year now, and my recently acquired cone mills pair are noticeably larger in the leg opening. Not sure if it's a deal breaker or not yet.

How important is the soak on the kuroki denim? I was thinking of taking to the taylor this week but I'll do a soak if there will be some shrinkage/.
post #834 of 1390
Thread Starter 
Gentlemen,

So sorry for the delay in responses. We've been incredible busy the last couple of weeks, thus our absence on this forum.
We will answer any and all of your questions now.

Thank you for you patience!

- The Guys at TS
post #835 of 1390
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Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post

Can we still like and share to enter or do we have to click the link ?


Edit: Lost again...would like to know for future reference though.

Didnt the mechanic shirts from last year have a pencil holder in the pocket too? I cant tell from these pics if it does this time around too.


Luck of the draw. Dont give up, your time will come!
Try some lady luck. We hear that helps out a bit.

It's a 3 step process: Like, Share, Click Link

No pencil holder this round, but it's an amazing fabric.
post #836 of 1390
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by tailwind View Post

It looks like the image for the size charts are wrong. The new slim fit size chart is listed as the original size chart and vise versa.

Thanks for pointing this out! We've fixed the size chart right when we noticed it!
post #837 of 1390
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Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post

How important is the soak on the kuroki denim? I was thinking of taking to the taylor this week but I'll do a soak if there will be some shrinkage/.

Definitely soak em before you hem em. I actually didn't soak mine for the first time until around 6 months of wear, and I'm glad I did before I brought mine to the tailor.
post #838 of 1390
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Originally Posted by taylorstitch View Post

Luck of the draw. Dont give up, your time will come!
Try some lady luck. We hear that helps out a bit.

It's a 3 step process: Like, Share, Click Link

No pencil holder this round, but it's an amazing fabric.

Ah its my own fault...I didnt realize I had to click the link till it was too late this go around. Couldnt bring myself to buy both the shirt and jeans and I was in more need of jeans so I went with those. Crotch blew out pretty badly on my pair I have been wearing for almost 2 years of a different brand. I want to get these hemmed and be able to wear them to work on fridays in the fall.

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Originally Posted by stormboy202 View Post

Definitely soak em before you hem em. I actually didn't soak mine for the first time until around 6 months of wear, and I'm glad I did before I brought mine to the tailor.

Yea Im 50/50 with the few pair of jeans I have but I'll give these a soak this weekend most likely or maybe some day this week...just sucks taking a hot bath when its hot out.
post #839 of 1390
Seriously, any word on when cords/fall-type chinos might come around? I need to budget accordingly.
post #840 of 1390
Any plans to do some duck fabric or sanded canvas pants for the fall?
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