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All the plastic hardware comes from a very reputable manufacturer that makes for patagonia, columbia, etc. You should be good.
Nice, I figured they would be pretty durable and they seem pretty sturdy. Out of curiousity, what was the design decision to go with the plastic clips instead of the more traditional metal you usually see on overalls? To make them more of a wader and less of an overall?
 

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@NickPollica Standard Issue thermals look so good. The rec is still to size down one from your typical size right? Also, what is the retail on these?
 

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Would love some sizing advice on those thermals as well. Also, those are the only three colors, right?
 

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18 commented on the 'gram that they were $110. @NickPollica The mock thermals are not in yet though, right?
Nope, the mock necks aren't in-store yet.

I've been debating getting a plain white SI or wait for the mock necks, so I was in touch with SI about sizing as I seem to be in-between a L and XL. They said,

"The large chest measurement is 23.5-24 inches and the XL is 24.5-25 inches. The fabric stretches a lot so the measurement goes back and forth"

Hope this helps
 

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These are the single pleat trousers too, right?
Nope - new model. Based on the easy pants from drop 1 but with a correctly sized waist, hem cinch and internal cord instead of the attached belt. They turned out really well.
 

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Got my cotton tweed blazer back from the tailor this weekend and I've worn it the last two days. It's really a great jacket. It has the shape and vibe of a tweed blazer but it wears like a plush cardigan. And it's drawn a disproportionate amount of compliments - it's a real crowd pleaser.

I tried to get a picture but the lighting was too dark - I'll try again later.
 

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Got my cotton tweed blazer back from the tailor this weekend and I've worn it the last two days. It's really a great jacket. It has the shape and vibe of a tweed blazer but it wears like a plush cardigan. And it's drawn a disproportionate amount of compliments - it's a real crowd pleaser.

I tried to get a picture but the lighting was too dark - I'll try again later.
If anyone picked up the Osman tweed blazer or Pionta wool camp shirt in either large or XL and is thinking they might send it back, please let me know first! 🙏🙏🙏
 

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