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Boxload of flannel Incotex, some Sartoriale, also cotton....

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by edmorel, Sep 23, 2006.

  1. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    will be posting in an hour or two. Pretty much every size from 30-38. Lots of gorgeous flannels, all flat fronts, also some Sartoriale stuff.
     


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    Ed: It seems most of the Incotex you've been scoring is heavier winter weight. I know you said this is flannel, but are there any in there medium or lighter weight?
     


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    Ed: It seems most of the Incotex you've been scoring is heavier winter weight. I know you said this is flannel, but are there any in there medium or lighter weight?

    Yes, some lighter weight unlined, mostly in 34's if that helps. Gorgeous hues and wonderful drape.
     


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    Yes, some lighter weight unlined, mostly in 34's if that helps. Gorgeous hues and wonderful drape.

    Uh, I was going to ask you for some 34's, lighter weight, unlined. I love you man!
     


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    Thomas Stylish Dinosaur

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    Also eagerly waiting for news of 34's in a lighter weight...
     


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    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    Actually my bad. Most of the 34's are lined and mid weight. They are very nice though with great drape, not the heavier Polo/Brooks etc type flannel. Pics are up.
     


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    Any grey flannel 36s?
     


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    I have never bought or tried on a pair of Incotex, but I am eager to. Would you say that they fit true to size? I am about a 35, but that is always an odd size to find. Should I be looking at 36's or do they run a little big/small?

    I know they are cut on the slimmer side usually and that is what I am looking for. I would love gray flannel or a POW pattern.
     


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    35 is tough, personally I'd go with a 34 and open the waist a bit rather than go with a 36 and shrink the waist. I'm stepping out for an hour and will PM you more measurement info later
     


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