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٭٭٭ No Man Walks Alone - Official Affiliate Thread ٭٭٭ (a.k.a. I shouldn't have slept on it)

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Possible a very dumb question, but does anyone who lives in a pretty hot climate own the camoshita easy pants in lightweight wool ? It’s going to be…100+ where I’m at until probably September so debating whether I would be able to wear the pants at all until fall/winter
 

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Possible a very dumb question, but does anyone who lives in a pretty hot climate own the camoshita easy pants in lightweight wool ? It’s going to be…100+ where I’m at until probably September so debating whether I would be able to wear the pants at all until fall/winter

It can get around those temps where I am and I have the wool silk from either last summer or the summer before. They wear really cool but are a fairly dense weave so not sure how they would do past 105, although I naturally run hot. I’m not sure if there is a big difference from this seasons but it doesn’t look very different. Hopefully that helps!
 

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Well i ordered the XL dahlia because XXL was sold out :/
Fingers crossed it's still kinda slouchy.
 

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Is there any sizing consensus on the Monitaly Milano shirts? I've been taking XL lately more often than not, whereas until about 6 months ago I'd more likely have taken L, but the measurements for XL (nearing 60" total chest and quite long as well) make it seem like I might want to go back to L on that. Should I go extra big here or stick with the half size down that's still really big? Anyone have any experience with these?
 

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Got the Niche shirt in my TTS as noted in the website. We'll see how it goes.
 

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The Milano has a lot of flexibility because of the tencel flowy fabric. The guys recommend TTS I believe but I’d recommend sizing down. For reference I generally wear M but have been sizing up to L for certain things. I wear an L in the monitaly linen vacation shirt and an S in the tencel Milano shirt, and they both fit about the same (with the S Milano actually a bit bigger, but that’s the style).
 

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The Milano has a lot of flexibility because of the tencel flowy fabric. The guys recommend TTS I believe but I’d recommend sizing down. For reference I generally wear M but have been sizing up to L for certain things. I wear an L in the monitaly linen vacation shirt and an S in the tencel Milano shirt, and they both fit about the same (with the S Milano actually a bit bigger, but that’s the style).
This is really helpful. Thanks! So definitely a L and perhaps even a M is the feedback I've received from both you and another kind forum member. All of which saves me from the XL I was seconds away from purchasing, so thanks both.
 

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