Earnest Sewn

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  1. Andy

    Andy Member

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    They're 36 inches. Hopefully they don't shrink that much on the length because I already had them hemmed to about a 33 or 34. I guess I'll have to try and strectch them out when they are wet after I wash them.
     


  2. svilian

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    Hello to everyone

    Anyone here famliar with earnest sewn models. I just got by the mail earnest sewn fulton jeans, I am looking for straight leg models, this one fits me nice, but the leg is slighly slim for my taste, I don´t think is a true staright leg cut, but a little slim fit.

    I am wondering about the syd model (vintage straight leg) and the hemingway model (full leg, I don´t really understand waht this means) any experience with this two models


    Best regards
     


  3. ArliHawk`

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    I believe Hemingway is the most relaxed of the Earnest Sewn cuts, so it's something that may not suit your needs.
     


  4. Warren G.

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    Hello to everyone

    Anyone here famliar with earnest sewn models. I just got by the mail earnest sewn fulton jeans, I am looking for straight leg models, this one fits me nice, but the leg is slighly slim for my taste, I don´t think is a true staright leg cut, but a little slim fit.

    I am wondering about the syd model (vintage straight leg) and the hemingway model (full leg, I don´t really understand waht this means) any experience with this two models


    Best regards


    Yeah I got one of the fulton. I think there a bit slim straight fit.
     


  5. svilian

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    Hi, do you think the upper thigh is very wide?. It has that appearing to me, I not sure if theis model has something wrong, my upper tight is 32 is 12.3 inches

    best regards

    Does anyone have the fulton model
     


  6. Vernon-Dozier

    Vernon-Dozier Senior member

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    Why cant's ES customer service answer these questions? When I e-mailed them to ask for measurements they didn't bother with a reply. Keep bugging these manufacturers for measurements! When you sell something here or on ebay everyone asks for measurements. ES has a nice website where they sell their jeans directly - why can't they post measurements for their own product?

    So I called the Malibu store asking for measurements and they gave me the fit basics of the Fulton, Hutch, Hemingway etc. This means nothing to me, I want measurements. They said "Well if if doesn't work you can just return it, but we can't give you measurements."

    Fuck off ES!
     


  7. cristeza

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    What cut and size do you need measurements for? My experience with ES fultons is that they fit very true to size. Their one wash and raw models I typically size down one.
     


  8. Vernon-Dozier

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    What cut and size do you need measurements for? My experience with ES fultons is that they fit very true to size. Their one wash and raw models I typically size down one.

    Not sure if this question is meant for me or the OP. I don't need their measurements anymore as I'm good to go now with J Crew jeans. And by the way J Crew provides measurements if you call them so I'm not sure why small brand designers can't - especially if all they sell is jeans how hard can it be?
     


  9. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    I just heard Scott Morrison, founder/designer, has left the company?
     


  10. Ludeykrus

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    I can't imagine it being a financial issue, was a reason given?

    I've always been a huge fan of ES...
     


  11. KenN

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    I just heard Scott Morrison, founder/designer, has left the company?

    Eleanor Ylvisaker (the other founder) too.
     


  12. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    Eleanor Ylvisaker (the other founder) too.

    Yes she is who sent the email.
     


  13. KenN

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    I am assuming that while the founders will depart, Earnest Sewn will still stand.
    The direction of the company will now be guided by someone else, and I wish them well.
     


  14. chowchow

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    i have a pair of hutch from bluefly
    the cut is awesome and works particularly well if you are slim (like me)
    IMO, the best cut jeans in the $100 to $200 price range
     


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    I've owned 2 pair of ES Fultons/Filsons, wanted to love them, they never worked for me, never looked right. Sold them on ebay.
     


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