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Does anyone know what model this is: https://www.gilt.com/look/men?s_id=2235c14c8f51c02ce6f575311678f0c3e1c147162d28fa7b4a1105cec7da5c63_1474250511585_1160647103&s_sale_url_key=3a68f2d2ca7c10427230b44a028b14c48b80fc4e06c53c423687cd309c30a685_1474250511585_saint-laurent-accessories-0978&size_id=10025&origin=sale

 

It looks a little different from the Wyatt 40 Chelsea.

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French 45 Chelsea, I believe
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I finally got around to ordering a pair of wyatt zip up 40s. Looking at my collection of suede and black leather boots got me thinking that a pair of brown leather zip ups would be awesome. Really a shame about the brown python devons for me.

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Thanks!

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Can anyone please help me out with the sizing of denim jacket(the classic PC) i wear everything XS... my denim is sz27. So you know i am not some huge bodybuilder or something but i do have like okay sized arms so i dont know if i shud go with a XS or S. I like wearing hoodies with denim jackets usually so I dont know which size would be the best. Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by dddibakar View Post

There is a leather clothing alteration place in chicago. It took a while to get it back. I loved the results. They didnt cut the zippers or anything everything is still the original but they just took some length off the sleeves.

Get the XS. It is very fitted in the body, but there's no reason to size up and the sleeves will start getting big if you do so. I'm about the same size as you and XS is perfect.

The only way I'd consider the S is if you have a long, Michael Phelps esque torso. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by SirGrotius View Post

Get the XS. It is very fitted in the body, but there's no reason to size up and the sleeves will start getting big if you do so. I'm about the same size as you and X quote] thanks!!!! Appreciate having you reply considering you take the same sizes
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What do yall use to protect the suede on your slp boots?

Also, how much do the non-raw denim change in size after the first few washes?
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Originally Posted by SirGrotius View Post

I may have missed this, but has anyone tried D02 jeans from this season? I ordered some faded black ones in my usual size, but they're big as anything in the waste. Not going to lie, kind of enjoy the room, but I was surprised. I may have missed this discussion in the back. The calves and thighs seem about usual to me though.

Happen to me also. The waist is bit big on the faded black jeans. But if I sized down would be a spray on fit. So you're not alone. Just wear them....then get them taken in after. That's what my rep told me to do. He said few people had same issue
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Originally Posted by agp View Post

What do yall use to protect the suede on your slp boots?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnOw_sNVG0A

Then again some people swear by having their SLP suede's look all beat up as well. Its up to you.
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No word on the jean shrinkage factor after washes? Nobody here washes their slp jeans?
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Originally Posted by Ranger44 View Post


Happen to me also. The waist is bit big on the faded black jeans. But if I sized down would be a spray on fit. So you're not alone. Just wear them....then get them taken in after. That's what my rep told me to do. He said few people had same issue

 

wouldnt it be better to get the spray on fit ones and have them loosen up?

 

or with your way - get a pair thats already too big - let them become bigger - get them made smaller 

 

rep sounds like a divvy - should get him in this thread - fit right in :fonz: 

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No word on the jean shrinkage factor after washes? Nobody here washes their slp jeans?
My black raws shrank a ton. The fit is great now.
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Thanks GG. Can anyone comment on non raws? I was hoping to get a pair of two of the faded ones.
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@dddibakar what @SirGrotius is spot on. The arms really aren't that tight.

@agp I don't think washed jeans shrink in the wash. I have mine dry cleaned, but I'm guessing they'd just revert to their original sizing, more or less. Can't see shrinkage being an issue.
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