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Anyone know if the Portugese Flannel Canal jacquard stripe camp shirt see thru? I’m hoping not but saw it styled on a model on another site and looked like it may be. Thx.
 

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Anyone know if the Portugese Flannel Canal jacquard stripe camp shirt see thru? I’m hoping not but saw it styled on a model on another site and looked like it may be. Thx.
I have one on the way, will report back once it comes in!
 

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@conceptual 4est what size in these Document trousers works for a 34 waist?

 

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@sebastian mcfox How does that henley fare in the hotter months of the year. I dream of knitwear all year round, but temperatures where I live (and humidity) get pretty high, and I've yet to find a super breathable knit that I can wear into higher temps without it looking like fishnets.
 

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@sebastian mcfox How does that henley fare in the hotter months of the year. I dream of knitwear all year round, but temperatures where I live (and humidity) get pretty high, and I've yet to find a super breathable knit that I can wear into higher temps without it looking like fishnets.
I’ve only just received it so can’t say with certainty. But it was around 24 Celsius yesterday and I was very comfortable. I suspect 30C or higher and I would struggle
 

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I wore mine the week before lockdown when it was in the upper 70’s in LA and I was very comfortable in it. Granted that’s only one wear, but it felt cooler to me than the IM crew necks. Feel like the knit is maybe a little more open on the Henley?
 

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@conceptual 4est what size in these Document trousers works for a 34 waist?

I think size Medium, but I'm going to tap in @baltimoron since I know he has a few pairs of tuck pants from Document
 

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@conceptual 4est what size in these Document trousers works for a 34 waist?

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measurement one : waist
measurement two : hip
measurement three : thigh
measurment four : Front Rise
measurement five : pants length (inseam/ outseam?)
 

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@conceptual 4est what size in these Document trousers works for a 34 waist?

Frank, I have three pairs of Document Tucks, all in Large, and I'm pretty much a standard 34".

That said, product description doesn't say if the raw denim is sanforized. If not, it's going to shrink a whole bunch.
 

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