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I'm 5'8, 135 (skinny as hell) and wear a 30 waist. Should I go for the escobar sweats in a 0/XS or 1/S ? Thanks in advance.

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Originally Posted by cperezemanuelli View Post
 

I'm 5'8, 135 (skinny as hell) and wear a 30 waist. Should I go for the escobar sweats in a 0/XS or 1/S ? Thanks in advance.

Go for Small.  XS for someone 5'8" 135 might be pushing it to the limits of girls fitted sweats :butbut:

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Originally Posted by Vindeleon90 View Post

Fit pics of moon mercer shirt and charcoal villain.

I do wear a large in shirts and XL in villains. I know some people had questions regarding layering with different sizes.

Neck is slightly enlarged in mercer tees but nothing dramatic.

Also I am 5'10 approx 185lbs



Looks good brotha.  Esp. the villain.

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Originally Posted by srizvi722 View Post

Go for Small.  XS for someone 5'8" 135 might be pushing it to the limits of girls fitted sweats butbut.gif
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Originally Posted by cperezemanuelli View Post

I'm 5'8, 135 (skinny as hell) and wear a 30 waist. Should I go for the escobar sweats in a 0/XS or 1/S ? Thanks in advance.

Which ones are you looking at? If it's the old cut, xs should be fine. New cut, small should be ok.
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Originally Posted by Vindeleon90 View Post

Fit pics of moon mercer shirt and charcoal villain.

I do wear a large in shirts and XL in villains. I know some people had questions regarding layering with different sizes.

Neck is slightly enlarged in mercer tees but nothing dramatic.

Also I am 5'10 approx 185lbs





Nice Fit! Thx for the info on the layering!
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^^oh shoot...my bad!  I completely forgot that there's an old cut and a new cut. So scratch what I said earlier 

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Size Medium Flash Full Zip hoodie and size Medium, Size Medium U neck tee. And the grey sweats are a size Medium.  I just got the zip up hoodie today--well worth the money.

 

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Originally Posted by cperezemanuelli View Post

I'm 5'8, 135 (skinny as hell) and wear a 30 waist. Should I go for the escobar sweats in a 0/XS or 1/S ? Thanks in advance.

If you are looking at the Midnight, you can probably go small. The Black, Grey Duo 2, and Grey Duo are all still the larger cut and I would probably go XS in those.

The XS Midnight Escobars are really small. However, some of us around 5'10" 155 lbs wear the Small in the Midnight Escobars because they do stretch and we like the tight fit, so your height/weight could potentially go XS in those, though I would recommend Small.
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Any European dealers yet?
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@JohnElliottCo

So the carbon denim has only had 1 iteration, correct? And all the measurements online were checked and updated a few months ago? Just checking before I order as 33 and 34 are pretty similar (same waist, .25" diff in thigh).

thanks

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@JohnElliottCo is the fabric changed for the black and white mercer tee? The description now states the same as the grey. Maybe it's a typo but I wanted to make sure. Might buy the black if the fabric is different now.
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Fabrics are the same as they are for basic tees. Black and white are still 50/50
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Originally Posted by leclutchjames View Post

Fabrics are the same as they are for basic tees. Black and white are still 50/50

Have you seen the actual tee? I guess it's a typo then. The tee looks a bit different on the model too but it might just be how the pics were taken.
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On mobile it shows up as 50/50 and I would assume since the tees have always been 50/50
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