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I’m a 38 in the KS Traveler. 50 in the Clint. 42 inch chest. 5’11” 170. If I pick up the Camoshita Bal in a 50 is it going to be huge on me? Was looking at the 48, but that’s now gone.

Going back and forth on all of these coats! Damn outerwear fetish!
 

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Thought experiment. Balmacaan or KS Traveler. If you could only have one (I have neither - yet) which would you go for.
 

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Thought experiment. Balmacaan or KS Traveler. If you could only have one (I have neither - yet) which would you go for.
More than glad I went for the traveler. As nice as the Camo balmacaan is.
 

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@ghdvfddzgzdzg about the Glenn's rain denim, I got a pair in size 33. That's what I'd consider to be my normal denim size, as far as such a thing exists. Waist is pretty true to tagged size, stretches about an inch with wear. Fabric is really soft.

Overall they seem pretty similar to the GD111 slim straight measurements on Glenn's site, though the rise on the NMWA jeans seems higher than 10" to me. As in I measure about 11.5" from top of waist band down to crotch seam. Not sure if that's the same measurement Glenn's uses to get 10" for the GD111.

They are really good. I recommend them!

Maybe that helps some.
 

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Thought experiment. Balmacaan or KS Traveler. If you could only have one (I have neither - yet) which would you go for.
I have 2 travelers and the Camoshita arrived today. Honestly it’s a toss up but there’s a chance I may like and wear the Camoshita more. The pockets are better to me for actually putting my hands in them and it’s softer and just more comfortable. The traveler isn’t uncomfortable but it is very sturdy. The Camoshita flows.

Also, the fabric on this years Camoshita just works with everything. I can honestly put it on with anything in my closet. Finally, and meaning no disrespect to the photos online but it looks way way better in person.
 

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@ghdvfddzgzdzg about the Glenn's rain denim, I got a pair in size 33. That's what I'd consider to be my normal denim size, as far as such a thing exists. Waist is pretty true to tagged size, stretches about an inch with wear. Fabric is really soft.

Overall they seem pretty similar to the GD111 slim straight measurements on Glenn's site, though the rise on the NMWA jeans seems higher than 10" to me. As in I measure about 11.5" from top of waist band down to crotch seam. Not sure if that's the same measurement Glenn's uses to get 10" for the GD111.

They are really good. I recommend them!

Maybe that helps some.
good to hear from you!
 

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Anybody have a recommendation for a starter pair of easy pants? I've been watching them pop up everywhere with a bit of skepticism about how they'd look on me (tall, slim), but I feel like I have to give them a try. Any suggestions? (If it's helpful, I'm a 32 waist, 32 inseam kind of guy.) With authorization from the wife, I've been on a bit of a NMWA knitwear spending spree. Now, I need some pants to go with the sweaters. . .Thanks.
 

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