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Harris Tweed

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i think i need a natural paper hat in size 2. im a 59 and wear a 7 3/8 baseball cap

although it does stretch the 1 is a bit tight so probably would be more comfortable for me going to a 2.

if anyone wants to trade or receives their 2 and doesn't like it hit me up
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42 denim blue Inglese polo headed back today...so make sure to keep eyes peeled on the store early next week. 

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Do Rota's cotton-linen / casual pants (i.e. the ones that come hemmed) fit the same as their dress pants (i.e. those which come unhemmed)?
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Do Rota's cotton-linen / casual pants (i.e. the ones that come hemmed) fit the same as their dress pants (i.e. those which come unhemmed)?

Edit: Slightly slimmer in waist, about a 3/4 inch, but still as big if not bigger in the thighs in the same size.
Edited by DeSense - 4/22/16 at 8:36am
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Slightly wider in waist, about a 3/4 inch, and also bigger in the thighs, like the full cotton casuals.

but everywhere else the same? like thighs, knee and hem?
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42 denim blue Inglese polo headed back today...so make sure to keep eyes peeled on the store early next week. 

Too large? 42 being your normal Inglese shirt size?
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Too large? 42 being your normal Inglese shirt size?


too small. Not clear on my exact normal Inglese size. But I wear a 44"-45" chest normally in shirts. The 42 stated just over 47" and is too slim for me. Generally in Xl in most things 

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but everywhere else the same? like thighs, knee and hem?

Edit: corrected with #32426
Edited by DeSense - 4/22/16 at 8:37am
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too small. Not clear on my exact normal Inglese size. But I wear a 44"-45" chest normally in shirts. The 42 stated just over 47" and is too slim for me. Generally in Xl in most things 

That means the listing is too generous and they are slimmer IRL?
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but everywhere else the same? like thighs, knee and hem?

Mate! Sorry, just realised I talked b/s. The cotton/linen are SLIMMER than wools in same tagged size, which is why I size up on those (52 vs 50 wools), but then need to trim the waist down a bit. But the cut is still more generous in thigh, knee, etc. HTH.
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That means the listing is too generous and they are slimmer IRL?


for me, yes. can't speak to anyone else though

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For the same size tag they are larger all around in my experience. It is indeed a more casual cut. If your classic wools need slight waist trimming, sizing down might work for you.

awesome, thank you.
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awesome, thank you.

Moss, please read my #32426! The earlier one was plain wrong, lapse in the mente. wink.gif
(Will edit the wrong one a bit later.)
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Moss, please read my #32426! The earlier one was plain wrong, lapse in the mente. wink.gif
(Will edit the wrong one a bit later.)

LOL! good to know!
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