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ericgereghty

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@gdl203 out of curiosity, how do y'all determine which shipping provider to use for a given order? Didn't even halfway begin to think about it, but noticed my recent order was coming via FedEx when I checked the email update.
 

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We just split the business 50/50. Nothing more to it
 

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I believe there were MTO plans for Sartoria Carera mentioned a while back. Is that still happening?
Yes, hopefully ready to take orders in the second half of July.
 

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@gdl203 are you planning on doing Valastarino preorders for SS23 in the same way as FW22 (ie pick from a possible range of colors but unlined)?
 

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Does anyone have experience with the Glenn’s work pants in green herringbone? What’s the seasonality on them and any sizing tips?
 

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Does anyone have experience with the Glenn’s work pants in green herringbone? What’s the seasonality on them and any sizing tips?
They are wonderful three-season pants. I went TTS and the fit is great. Keep in mind that the rise is rather high compared to most jeans.
 

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^ Seconded. I was just wearing mine yesterday. The rise is longer than a lot casual pants, so you can wear them at your natural waist or get the benefit if you need a little more room in the seat. The inseam is pretty long. I just roll them a couple-three times, but should probably get them hemmed.
 

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They are wonderful three-season pants. I went TTS and the fit is great. Keep in mind that the rise is rather high compared to most jeans.
^ Seconded. I was just wearing mine yesterday. The rise is longer than a lot casual pants, so you can wear them at your natural waist or get the benefit if you need a little more room in the seat. The inseam is pretty long. I just roll them a couple-three times, but should probably get them hemmed.
Thanks! They sound perfect.
 

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How are people feeling about the sizing on the Rota Easy Pants? Up one or two sizes? The 50's in the normal Rota cut are pretty ideal on me. I'm leaning towards the 52 as I worry about them falling down since there's no drawstring or belt loops, but curious to here anyone else's experience.
 

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