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BB 1818 Madison v. Regent

enolasfinest

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I bought an 1818 Madison a few weeks ago and it fits well. Today I purchased an 1818 Regent online. What can I expect in terms of cut. I know that the Regent is purported to be slimmer, but I'm worndering how much.

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42R in Madison. 43 R in regent
 

Harold falcon

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Originally Posted by Grigory
Madison fits me great in my usual 40r. But in Regent I had to go up to 41r. It was too tight in the chest. May be it's just me.

My experience is the same, definitely cut slimmer.
 

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