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post #1111 of 2651
didn't work out. my shoulders were too big for the 46. looked real tight and goofy because of the shoulder pads. didn't know about the shoulder pads. pretty bummed, the suit was very nice.
post #1112 of 2651

Where did you find the $1200 SLP suit? I'm a 46, and always looking for a new suit. 

post #1113 of 2651
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Originally Posted by max-t View Post

didn't work out. my shoulders were too big for the 46. looked real tight and goofy because of the shoulder pads. didn't know about the shoulder pads. pretty bummed, the suit was very nice.

 

Yeah I sized up on a jacket and it's still tight. For editorial purposes it's great and slimming but as soon as i move my arms the shoulder pads are too noticeable and not very comfortable. 

post #1114 of 2651
do you guys think it'd be ok to tailor down a size 39 shirt to a 38 or would that be messing with the cut?
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So should one have to size up for their leather jackets? Or go true to size and the leather will eventually stretch out to fit?

post #1116 of 2651
Are the 15.5s also skin tight on your calves and knees on your pairs? They look more relaxed on the models somehow, I think I should size up
post #1117 of 2651
Size up 1. But your normal size will also stretch a little but sizing up 1 should be okay
post #1118 of 2651
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Are the 15.5s also skin tight on your calves and knees on your pairs? They look more relaxed on the models somehow, I think I should size up

slp 15.5 sizing is kinda weird. they are pretty much skin tight on my calves, but i'm also a runner, so if you're really skinny you might be ok. the waist fits big on both my pairs though.

try them on at a boutique if you can.
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Are the 15.5s also skin tight on your calves and knees on your pairs? They look more relaxed on the models somehow, I think I should size up

 

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Originally Posted by leclutchjames View Post

Size up 1. But your normal size will also stretch a little but sizing up 1 should be okay

 

Do not size up. 

 

 

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This is how the 15.5's look on me (size 34). I wanted to try 33 but it was already sold out. The reason why I wanted a 33 is because I know they'll stretch with the 2% polyurethane (in regards to the waist stretching). A belt helps reduce the stretching, of course.

post #1120 of 2651
I only recommended sizing up because it seems like he doesn't want then to fit how intended
post #1121 of 2651

Unless he wants to wear his pants a little bit loose,  But he could look into the 17.5 cut instead. 

post #1122 of 2651
I'm a true us 9 will a size 42 slp lace up boot fit with an insole?
post #1123 of 2651
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Originally Posted by chimpskibot View Post

I'm a true us 9 will a size 42 slp lace up boot fit with an insole?

Should be okay and you probably won't even need the insole. I have the army lace ups in 43 and I'm a 9.5 and they fit almost perfect.
post #1124 of 2651
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Should be okay and you probably won't even need the insole. I have the army lace ups in 43 and I'm a 9.5 and they fit almost perfect.
Do you think you could post some on-foot pics?
post #1125 of 2651
Sure thing. These are random shots from a bit back. And, of course, these are the chocolate suede. No idea how the black leather ones fit.

Hope this helps.



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