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Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.

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  1. runningfrog

    runningfrog Senior member

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    the 10oz french blue is the "new" fit and the 7oz french blue (and everything released afterwards) is the "new new" fit. basically, it seems like the "new new" fit has "an extra 0.5" in the waist and a little extra throughout the seat". i don't have any "new new" chinos yet, but i have the 10oz french blues and caramel ducks and they are a little slimmer at the waist compared to the original rivet fit (w/o the curved waistband). i kept the same size throughout and i expect the "new new" fit to be spot on.
     
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    Thanks for all the help about stretching.

    Would i be better letting the waist out a bit or just ordering 33's and leaving myself some wiggle room? I know i can return the pants for store credit and just order them when they do a restock. Or i might just swap them for the wine's. That is one fine color.
     
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    Thanks! Got it as a birthday gift from a friend. [​IMG]
     
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    I have a question for all the rivet chinos guys out there. I have lost a bit of weight and do not know my true pants size anymore. I am between a 30 and 32 in most brands and am 5'10'' and 150 lbs. Any sizing advice guys?
     
  5. rk9

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    Tough to say. I will say that I usually wear a 33 in most pants and the 33 rivets I got was snug in the waist. So I will have them let out a bit. I just ordered a 34 of the grey oxford cloth so I hope that works out better.
     
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    Using a cloth tape measure, measure your waist size where you'd like the top of your chinos to sit (usually about 2" below the navel). Compare that with the measurements listed on the Epaulet site.
     
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    Why do only the red and orangish colors show for 7oz? Don't see anything in preorder section either. When do the rest pop up? Thanks guys, extra .5" sounds perfect for me :)
     
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    I recently lost some weight too. 5'7" and 150 lbs. I'm wearing a 31 in the chinos and a 30 in the walts. The walts are a little tight, but you can split the waistband just a bit to make it more comfortable.
     
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    I'm just about the same dimensions and wear the same sizes in both.
     
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    The Digi Camo pants are SICK. [​IMG]

    i will order to see how they look in real life, i doubt i will be able to return them because their rare item
     
  11. rk9

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    The Carmina Slate shortwings are ridiculously awesome! I might have to pull the trigger on these.
     
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    How do these run in terms of size? My (tall) wife wears a US 10.5 (41-41.5 in most Euro brands), so it seems like these might be too small--unless they run a little large and that UK 7/US 10 might work.
     
  15. Mr.K

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    Those wingtips heels look awesome. I need to see if I can get my wife to try them.
     
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    EP just put up a camo shirt...epic man...epic.
     
  17. randomkoreandude

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    Sinclair Shortwing Boot Saddle Shell Cordovan :slayer:

    crucial ... so broke :(
     
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    Wish it was a button-down. :brick:
     
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    The email they just sent out was :drool: :drool: and more :drool:
     
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    My girl won't wear anything less than 4" :(
     

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