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Mister Freedom Shore Shorts Worn only while vacationing on islands or beaches for 3 years. Two washes.
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Those look great! Really comfortable looking.

Been wearing the shit out of my Midnight CPO Shirt; really bright blue coming out at major stress points, will post some pics when it gets a little better!
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Mister Freedom Fall Collection - American Sportswear & Apache

Mister Freedom, the brand where every garment is worth a thousand words, has just released their new Fall/Winter collection.

We start two NOS chambray shirts which are made of a deadstock slubby chambray fabric which has been cut and sewn in America with production overseen by Christophe Loiron himself. The shirts have custom painted metal buttons and some very functional and original pocket designs. This shirt is available in both blue and red.

Next up is sure hit winner for us... The Le Paletot jacket is made of a 100% cotton moleskin which was custom woven for Mister Freedom in Japan with leather accents and a cotton stripe lining. We absolutely love the fit and details on this thing, it's classic Mister Freedom styling and they nailed every aspect of it. The Le Paletot jacket is available in both black and cream colored moleskin.

All these items are now available at all three Self Edge stores and via our online store. Check the product pages for photos, measurements, and more specs than you probably need.

Mister Freedom in our online store:
https://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=74


Mister Freedom Le Paletot Jacket - Black Moleskin
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Mister Freedom Le Paletot Jacket - Creme Moleskin
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Mister Freedom NOS Chambray Shirt - Blue
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Mister Freedom NOS Chambray Shirt - Red
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green chambray:

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Hi, I'm looking for sizing information for the Californians.

My waist measure 33. I've got a 33 in the Momotaro 0701 and after soaking they fit quite nicely.

What size should I go for with the Californians? 

I've only seen 32 and 34 available?

According to the MF site the sizing is so that it's correct after soaking, so 32 might be too tight and 34 too wide.

I guess if I just soak quickly and cold 32 might be ok. 
Or I hot soak the 34 and perhaps for this cut a bit wider might be better, anyways.

 

Advice on this would be very helpful.

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And does anyone know the difference between the older Lot 54 Californians and the upcoming 44?

 

 

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And does anyone know the difference between the older Lot 54 Californians and the upcoming 44?


Off the top of my head.. the fit is slightly modified and the new version has a buckle-back.
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Originally Posted by indigoeagle View Post

Hi, I'm looking for sizing information for the Californians.

My waist measure 33. I've got a 33 in the Momotaro 0701 and after soaking they fit quite nicely.

What size should I go for with the Californians? 

I've only seen 32 and 34 available?

According to the MF site the sizing is so that it's correct after soaking, so 32 might be too tight and 34 too wide.

I guess if I just soak quickly and cold 32 might be ok. 
Or I hot soak the 34 and perhaps for this cut a bit wider might be better, anyways.

 

Advice on this would be very helpful.

 

ive also got a 33 waist and i got a size 31 on the 54 cali, which measured 32 raw, just because that was the only size left at selfedge. i can still wear it, tho the waist was really tight after one 10 min cold soak. it has stretched since but not by much, its still snug but wearable (waist measures around 32.5 now). the cut is already quite wide on me, but im a smallish asian dude. i reckon u shd be fine with a 32. 34 might be too wide all over? btw, the good thing with the 31 was that i has shorter inseam than the 32 above. good for my short legs. 
 

 

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Off the top of my head.. the fit is slightly modified and the new version has a buckle-back.


Thanks.

Do you know anything about the cut?

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ive also got a 33 waist and i got a size 31 on the 54 cali, which measured 32 raw, just because that was the only size left at selfedge. i can still wear it, tho the waist was really tight after one 10 min cold soak. it has stretched since but not by much, its still snug but wearable (waist measures around 32.5 now). the cut is already quite wide on me, but im a smallish asian dude. i reckon u shd be fine with a 32. 34 might be too wide all over? btw, the good thing with the 31 was that i has shorter inseam than the 32 above. good for my short legs. 
 

 



Thanks for the info.

Yes, everybody's different, so it'd best to try things on, but difficult with these rare goods.

32 sounds good then. I'll probably not do the hot soak thing then, but wear them in the bathtub.

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Originally Posted by indigoeagle View Post

Thanks.
Do you know anything about the cut?
I think it's supposed to be similar, but a larger leg opening?
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Just an update.I got the Lot 54 Californians in 32, cold soaked them and they fit very nicely. I'm very happy with the fit and all the details.

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Shameless plug, but I'm selling a pair of the pantaloon ouvriers sz 32 in the tickling stripe - link in the sig.
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I know it's probably a long shot but anyone know where I could find a pair of MF shore shorts in a 36?

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i've been drooling over shots of the deck jacket for a year or so and keeping an eye on ebay and now they're back in at Self Edge. Very close to pulling the trigger but, seeing that I live in Boston, can't very well try it on first. I'm 6'1" 230lbs and I think, based on the measurements I should be looking at a 44 (broad shoulders normally dictates what size I buy. Any advice or folks looking to be rid of theirs for less than $870?

Thanks

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