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2 Questions on the Inglese long sleeve polos:

 

1) How much shrinkage in length should I expect?  I know the new season incorporates 2CM more in length

2) I just ordered one and paid full price (less SF10) and it came with a "final sale no returns" sticker on it.  Did I miss something, is it returnable?  If not, I'll live, but depending on the answer to #1, it might be a bit on the short side.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Pre orders/MTO = no return (maybe they put it on all of them?)
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It was an accident, we just got in the swing of putting final sale stickers on a lot of orders. Shoot us an email at customer at nomanwalksalone.com and I'll get you set up with a return label if you need to return it. Sorry!
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It was an accident, we just got in the swing of putting final sale stickers on a lot of orders. Shoot us an email at customer at nomanwalksalone.com and I'll get you set up with a return label if you need to return it. Sorry!


No worries, not sure on the return, that is dependent on the answer from the crowd on question #1...

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I recently bought a pair of the Monitaly Utility pants in Khaki. I liked them so much I then purchased a pair in olive. Don't sleep on these guys, they are very comfortable, and for me everything I want in a casual pant.
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No worries, not sure on the return, that is dependent on the answer from the crowd on question #1...

My polo shrunk quite a bit in body length (sleeves as well, actually).  It was pretty much perfect in length before 1st washing to be worn untucked, and now it's definitely on the shorter side of acceptable.  I've been wearing with higher rise trousers to compensate.

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My Inglese polo has waaaay too long arms (just like the dress shirts, but worse in a polo - monkey arms for for me) and frankly the untucked length is too long as well. I'm thinking there is a discrepancy between sizes. I'm a 42. Maybe the smaller sizes are Too small, but they then overcompensated for the larger sizes. Hope this helps figure it out, but for now I can't buy Inglese anymore. Too bad, because the fabric and construction are A1. I'd recommend buying at full price to see if it works, so you can return if needed.
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Originally Posted by burghler View Post
 

My polo shrunk quite a bit in body length (sleeves as well, actually).  It was pretty much perfect in length before 1st washing to be worn untucked, and now it's definitely on the shorter side of acceptable.  I've been wearing with higher rise trousers to compensate.


Thank you.

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My Inglese polo has waaaay too long arms (just like the dress shirts, but worse in a polo - monkey arms for for me) and frankly the untucked length is too long as well.

My sleeves are probably an .75-1 inch too long and the length is a bit too short (which is being fixed) - most of the time i just roll up my sleeves

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My sleeves are probably an .75-1 inch too long and the length is a bit too short (which is being fixed) - most of the time i just roll up my sleeves


I solved the sleeve length issue by moving the cuff button to tighten the cuff. I'm curious if the sleeves fit anyone!

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I solved the sleeve length issue by moving the cuff button to tighten the cuff. I'm curious if the sleeves fit anyone!


Yeah - It works, but then the forearms are just billowy because of the extra fabric

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Yeah - It works, but then the forearms are just billowy because of the extra fabric

I just button the cuff and then roll it.
I usually have the opposite problem with shirts (sleeves too short). Size 43 BTW.
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Thread Starter 
Maybe we should shorten sleeves on the next batch then? -2cm?
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I wear Inglese polos in 38 and I have had their sleeves shortened by at least an inch. Don't have a problem with their body length, but I'm 5' 7".

Haven't noticed any shrinkage from washing them cold then air dry. They're awesome. Need them in more colours and patterns (olive and tan don't really work for me).
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The sleeves were way too long for me too...but the body was also too short imo. 

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