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Corbin

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by nightowl6261a, Apr 15, 2005.

  1. nightowl6261a

    nightowl6261a Senior member

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    I love the fit of Corbin trousers, there was an outlet in Chattanooga about 2 hours away, but someone told me it had closed, anyone know of another, or if it is still open?
     


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    maxnharry Senior member

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    I haven't come across a physical location, but Sierra often has Corbin items for sale.
     


  3. Charley

    Charley Senior member

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    There is a Corbin outlet in Barboursville, WV.

    Also check for Huntington.
     


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    Only place I've seen Corbin is Sierra Trading Post, but they seem to be low on stock right now.
     


  5. nightowl6261a

    nightowl6261a Senior member

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    Thanks guys, I will check those places out.
     


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    Horace Senior member

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    How is the quality of Corbin nowadays? I used to love their trousers. Some are being made in Mexico now, no?
     


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    My understanding is Corbin has changed as I believe they had to re-organize to stay in business. I do like my old Corbin pants but my flannels do wear and flatten at the upper thigh, probably a problem with most flannels. I have begun wearing Majer over the last 2 years, special ordered for me at the shop I requent as they manufacture a short rise pant...these do need a certain amount of tailoring that the shop provides as part of their service, but at $150 + a pair I believe they should include tailoring. I have so far been please with the wear of these, please enough to have purchased about 8 or more pair of flannels and the same in gaberdine. I was never as happy with the fit of Corbin.
     


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