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CPAJay1221

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I grabbed an M in the navy sweatpants but may need an L since I'm not sure how much give there will be in the waist. If someone did the reverse, keep me in mind if you end up wanting an M.

Also grabbed the indigo Glover button up shirt.
I sized up to a large. If I find they’re too big I’ll let you know.
 

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Did the waist size change for the single pleats go through? I remember there being discussion of changing the waist to be more TTS in response to pushback against the intended slouching of the first iterations.
 

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Did the waist size change for the single pleats go through? I remember there being discussion of changing the waist to be more TTS in response to pushback against the intended slouching of the first iterations.
So sad about the slouch pushback. I for one, embrace it entirely. So comfortable.
 

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Don’t believe we tweaked the pattern just changed the scale but I have to check. If you bought the ikat ones they should fit the same. And yeah, they are the best pant. We’ve been discussing adding some length into them so that we can make them machine washable (if you throw them in the dryer right now they lose at least an inch in length). What is everyone’s thoughts here? I love them as is but the fabrics we use all improve with a wash and dry and it tweaks the fit to be summer specific i think. Further, we’ve got a....drum roll please....blazer in work that will make for amazing casual separates with the single pleat if we get it right. Before people go nuts, we have no plans on making tailoring you can wear to work (sorry Mitch).
 

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Don’t believe we tweaked the pattern just changed the scale but I have to check. If you bought the ikat ones they should fit the same. And yeah, they are the best pant. We’ve been discussing adding some length into them so that we can make them machine washable (if you throw them in the dryer right now they lose at least an inch in length). What is everyone’s thoughts here? I love them as is but the fabrics we use all improve with a wash and dry and it tweaks the fit to be summer specific i think. Further, we’ve got a....drum roll please....blazer in work that will make for amazing casual separates with the single pleat if we get it right. Before people go nuts, we have no plans on making tailoring you can wear to work (sorry Mitch).
I'm really into the shorter inseams you've been doing lately, but I think a longer length would probably be more versatile, especially since they do shrink in the wash/dry cycle, and you could easily roll the hem on longer pants (like some of your later Eidos stuff) or just hem them in a snap.
 
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I have the white chinos in XS and the top block fits great out of the box. I also have the original single pleat in 28 and had to take it in an inch in the waist as well as the crotch and it’s still probably looser than the chinos and feels like this is how it’s intended to fit.

I think the length of the single pleat is okay now if a little short. I can wear year round but will probably never put it in the dryer if it’s going to get shorter. I would add some length if anything and people can do what they want depending on season and where they are wearing it (work, outside of work only).

Don’t believe we tweaked the pattern just changed the scale but I have to check. If you bought the ikat ones they should fit the same. And yeah, they are the best pant. We’ve been discussing adding some length into them so that we can make them machine washable (if you throw them in the dryer right now they lose at least an inch in length). What is everyone’s thoughts here? I love them as is but the fabrics we use all improve with a wash and dry and it tweaks the fit to be summer specific i think. Further, we’ve got a....drum roll please....blazer in work that will make for amazing casual separates with the single pleat if we get it right. Before people go nuts, we have no plans on making tailoring you can wear to work (sorry Mitch).
 

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