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RIck, Can u post size specs for  slim 14H and 15 size? Also, do you have any plans to introduce french cuffs for slim fit shirts?

 

I really want to give your shirts a try but wanted to check on size first.

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RIck, Can u post size specs for  slim 14H and 15 size? Also, do you have any plans to introduce french cuffs for slim fit shirts?

 

I really want to give your shirts a try but wanted to check on size first.

Hi Fern, I've attached a pic of the size chart with all sizes for slim fit. A better version of this will be up online this week, but this should be suffice for the time being.

 

 

We wanted to nail down the fit of slim fit first before we branched out into French Cuff. We don't have any currently, but we have a core group in the pipeline for a fall release.

 

Cheers,

Rick

post #48 of 308
The collar tabs, i hope they arent the built in type?
post #49 of 308
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The collar tabs, i hope they arent the built in type?

 

The stays? They are removable.

post #50 of 308
Awesome! Now just gotta find the time to trek to your location.

Now of course if u had a space near the core..... ;-)
post #51 of 308
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Awesome! Now just gotta find the time to trek to your location.

Now of course if u had a space near the core..... ;-)


 Lol, we know, we know. Working on it. The challenge is finding a decent spot with the right square footage. If we just did Custom, no problem. But it's our OTR program that we need space for.  Any suggestions on what parts of the city would be convenient for downtown customers to reach?

post #52 of 308
Def king or queen east imo. You can probably get a break from the govt too cuz they r trying to cleanup that area. No competition other than surmesur and maybe garrison bespoke. If queen isnt ur cup of tea, down to front near st lawrence. But not east of george if u go to front, not much peds traffic there imo.
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Def king or queen east imo. You can probably get a break from the govt too cuz they r trying to cleanup that area. No competition other than surmesur and maybe garrison bespoke. If queen isnt ur cup of tea, down to front near st lawrence. But not east of george if u go to front, not much peds traffic there imo.

Rego clothiers is also on king. I briefly went in there on my lunch break.

There are a few MTM companies in the core as well. I just can't remember them off top of my head. Funny enough though, my dress pant game is weak like Last week weak so I"ll be sure to pop in the store front when Spier&Mckay open
post #54 of 308
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Hi Mechanicalmatt,

 

We agree the chart is confusing. We're actually having a new one done up that will be more straight forward with pics, etc. Should be up in a couple of weeks inc. slim fit will be included. Our web programer didn't line up the columns correctly as needed. Getting this fixed.

 

The General Fitting, is based on body size. So if you have an actual body measurement at your chest of 42, then a 16.5 would be the appropriate size. The Other sizes you see are actual garment measurements.  So a Classic Shirt has an actual garment chest of 49 and the actual contemporary garment chest = 47.

 

The specs for the 16 1/2 Slim are as follows:

 

Collar: 16.75

Chest: 44.5

Waist: 40

Shoulder: 18.625

Sleeve: 35.5

Length: 31.25

 

Let us know if there is anything else we can help you with or need clarifying.

 

Regards,

Rick

 

 

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Hi Fern, I've attached a pic of the size chart with all sizes for slim fit. A better version of this will be up online this week, but this should be suffice for the time being.

 

 

We wanted to nail down the fit of slim fit first before we branched out into French Cuff. We don't have any currently, but we have a core group in the pipeline for a fall release.

 

Cheers,

Rick

 

 

the specs you listed out in an earlier post is not consistent with the table, which one is accurate for the 16.5? also wondering how much they shrink, if any. thank you.

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the specs you listed out in an earlier post is not consistent with the table, which one is accurate for the 16.5? also wondering how much they shrink, if any. thank you.

 

Good Catch, my apologies. The chart is correct. I wrote down specs for 16 not 16 1/2 when I translated them to this post. The chart is correct, go from that.

Let me see if I can go back and edit that.

 

Re: Fabrics are pre-shrunk, but as they are 100% Cotton, expect a residual shrinkage of 1-2% in the collar, sleeve length and body length.

 

Rick.

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Def king or queen east imo. You can probably get a break from the govt too cuz they r trying to cleanup that area. No competition other than surmesur and maybe garrison bespoke. If queen isnt ur cup of tea, down to front near st lawrence. But not east of george if u go to front, not much peds traffic there imo.

 

Thanks Borbor, those are pretty much the same areas we've been looking into. The search continues...

post #57 of 308
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For those in the GTA, we just received some gorgeous Spring/Summer Tropical Wool Suiting fabrics priced at $645 and Wool/Linen Jacketing fabrics priced at $475 - $525. If you are in the area, stop to say hi and have a look! Of couse, this is for our custom program so the style and fit is to your taste!

 

 

post #58 of 308
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Good Catch, my apologies. The chart is correct. I wrote down specs for 16 not 16 1/2 when I translated them to this post. The chart is correct, go from that.

Let me see if I can go back and edit that.

 

Re: Fabrics are pre-shrunk, but as they are 100% Cotton, expect a residual shrinkage of 1-2% in the collar, sleeve length and body length.

 

Rick.

Thanks Rick.

post #59 of 308

Finally got my pants and I must say, for the price point the quality is absolutely amazing. With a few minor alterations to the pants(thigh area my structure is weird), I'm bound to be a happy customer. Will be ordering  the shirts soon (i Hope the shirts coupon still works)

post #60 of 308
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Finally got my pants and I must say, for the price point the quality is absolutely amazing. With a few minor alterations to the pants(thigh area my structure is weird), I'm bound to be a happy customer. Will be ordering  the shirts soon (i Hope the shirts coupon still works)

 

Really glad you like them! We've worked hard to get the trouser to get the fit right and attain the quality/value ratio (as with all our products). We like to feel our products are at par or better than products that sell for 2.5 - 3x more.

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