- Apr 9, 2013
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I can’t fit Gustin denim. Chinos fit great, but their denim is a no-go for me
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I've got one, but hardly any wear on it yet, so I think it would be pointless to post for you.I’m considering backing a work shirt. Does anyone have personal examples of one that has been broken in?
Totally understandable. Though I have not noticed change in fit in denim over the years. I've also not purchased any of their sportshirts since they changed the fit, but even before the sleeves were a little long on the mediums for me.I thought I had Gustin denim figured out and now I'm back to square one. I finally bought a pair jeans from them that fit really well about 6 month back, so I ordered a different denim in the exact same size and they didn't fit at all. I can wait 2-3 months for something that I think I have a 90%+ chance that it will fit great. I can't wait 3 months for something that I have a less than 40% chance of fitting at all. I like a lot of their stuff and I think it is a great idea but it isn't working for me with their jeans, button-down shirts, or t-shirts. I thought I might have their button downs figured out but they have changed the fit so many times that now I'm even second-guessing that. Pretty much every other brand can figure out how to make S, M, and L sizes that work for 90%+ of the population without requiring the customer to spend 30 minutes with a tape measure and protractor before ordering. So, that's it guys and gals. I've donated more of the clothes I've purchased from Gustin than I wear and it just isn't working for me. I'm officially retiring my tape measured.