- Dec 24, 2009
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Email Marcus on the 50 Sal cords, he should have just received a indigo one in 50. I actually had the opposite experience as you, I needed to size down on the Sal/Lorenzo from the UAB.I’m fairly slim, but with quite big thighs. I have 50 in my other eidos trousers which fit me fine.
Not sure if the cord is supposed to be thicker, but I wouldn’t think so. Pm me if you are interested, now I’m just hoping for a second restock with some size 50 cords
I'm the friend! Enjoying the cardigan all the time: dressed down at home, dressed up at work. One of the most comfortable pieces I've owned.Grabbed the cream wool sweater in M from Mr P today, seems someone returned it.
Tried a friend’s belted cardigan, it was so heavy, soft and cosy I just had to get a knit.
I am very pleased with mine too. My only wish was they were a little shorter. They are too long to wear untucked/casually - at least for me. My original Lupo had the perfect length for this.Want to echo the sentiment on the New York Blues lupos. Ordered one in brown from MM; upon receiving it I instantly ordered the white, navy and indigo as well. Shame the taupe was sold out or I’d have the entire palette.
Moving production was a great decision that resulted in a fantastic product and a worthy sunset for Eidos under Ciongoli management. Big ups @NickPollica!