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Looking into some warm weather pants I'm torn between the brushed herringbone Type 6 jean and the fatigues in the same fabric. Jeans seem to be more of a slim fit. Any preferences out there?

I'm kinda digging the Truman pants that Gentry has but I don't know if I can handle the pleats *and* the taper.



Thanks!

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Originally Posted by AlexanderTG View Post

Looking into some warm weather pants I'm torn between the brushed herringbone Type 6 jean and the fatigues in the same fabric. Jeans seem to be more of a slim fit. Any preferences out there?

I'm kinda digging the Truman pants that Gentry has but I don't know if I can handle the pleats *and* the taper.



Thanks!


Dunno if it helps but I've emailed Gentry about that particular model. He's 5'7" and typically wears small sizes.
post #858 of 863
^^Good to know. That's about my height (minus an inch). Thanks!
post #859 of 863
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Originally Posted by Ken P View Post

That blue duck hunt classic shirt is so good. Hope we see it somewhere outside of Japan.

@ManofKent a bit late on this one but do you know of any hat makers that make a hat in a similar shape to the EG one? I really like the shape but I don't think I can pull off the print.

I'm guessing the brim is about three inches/ 75mm - If you're happy having a play then you could try one of these: http://www.hatcentre.co.uk/antelope-felt-green-p-251.html (You'd need to remove the ribbon and might need to reshape slightly using steam from a kettle). The easiest option is to probably send photos to a custom hat maker and they'll make you one to your size based on the photos - the hat maker I've used most recently is Tim at Cane Rod (rodmaker@ptd.net) but there are a few small hatmakers around. If anyone could find out who EG have used then contacting them is another possibility.
post #860 of 863
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Thats great, thanks for sharing. Gives me a great idea on how to wear my combo vest.

Where did you get it? TBB?

 

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I'm wearing brown homespun Truman pants right now (yes, it's cold enough in Seattle to do so). They're very slim. Much more so than any of my cinch pants.

Hold. Are you guys saying Truman fits slimmer than cinch? Do we yet have the tutorial on pants this season? Did I get it right that everything is sizing up except fatigues? Those new ones (Huntsman and shooting) are pretty great. Sizing up on those, too? ANd who caries those in the US?

 

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I was confused. THOSE are the jackets I really liked in the lookbook. OK, game on, now.

 

Mike

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@mbaum Note the model from Indigo & Cotton sized up on the Knit Blazer to Large.

Normally he wears Medium in most things EG, so careful not to get caught out on sizing.
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From EG Japan...

 

Huntsman Pants

these look awesome.

post #863 of 863
Man, that's not good news regarding the Truman pant being so slim. I thought the whole point of it being double pleated and tapered was so that it could have a wider top block. Oh well, just hope and pray at this point. If they don't work out, I'll send them back and probably go for the E-1s.
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