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Howard Yount: Affiliate thread

Discussion in 'Former Affiliate Vendor Threads; a Locked Forum.' started by LA Guy, Mar 2, 2009.

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  1. Frankie22

    Frankie22 Senior member

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    41 inch chest -- 16 inch neck -- 32 waist

    Large Polo ok? XL looks big.
     
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    do you still have your manhattan showroom?
     
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    Does anyone have any experience with how slim HY shirts are in the torso compared to Epaulet? I am curious because most shirts are blousey around my waist, even "slim" cuts (BB extra slim comes to mind).
     
  4. Frankie22

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    They are very slim -- measurements and description on the website.
     
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    Just sent you a pm. Email me to set something up. Short answer: yes, but times are limited.


    Brooks Brothers extra slim is blousy around your waist? I would say that our shirts are between the Brooks slim and the extra slim.
     
  6. Frankie22

    Frankie22 Senior member

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    41 inch chest -- 16 inch neck -- 32 waist

    Large Polo ok? XL looks big.
     
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    chorse123 Senior member

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    Sorry, I'm a bit confused here. We don't have any polo shirts for sale.
     
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    I think he has confused you with the Wang.
     
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    Should I account for any shrinkage in the shirts? The 14.5/33 looks pretty spot on, but any shrinkage may make it too small, particularly in the sleeves. I already have enough shirts on roll-up duty only!
     
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    anyone?

    I have a pair of Tasmanian Wool Pants from last season and they fit great but they pull on my calfs. It is not huge but just enough to cause the fabric to stick to my legs when I stand up, I wear OTC socks so that may not help either.

    Suggestions?

    I looked at the measurements and I think my best option would be to go up a size. I ordered a 32 and I believe a 34 will give me the extra room around my calves. How much work is going to be done to get the pants to fit like the size 32? I am having trouble assessing the competency level of my tailor at the moment. :/
     
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    Henry Carter Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Short answer, it's the socks.
     
  12. P. Bateman

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    Went in for the tan suede monks in 9. I wear a 9.5 in the Barrie and True Balance. I hope this is a great success.
     
  13. Roguls

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    I think you went too small - here's to hoping....
     
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    The site says to size down .5 to .25. There's a 9.5 in now if they don't work out.

    Does HY provide shipping notifications?
     
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    Yeah, down from your US size. Didn't you size down with the barrie and trubalance?
     
  16. T007

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    Alden size 8 in the Barrie last fits perfect for me. I ordered a size 8 in the Cognac Double monks and they are just a tad too large. I have a 7.5 ordered so they should fit like a glove. The size 8 is in the classifieds for sale.
     
  17. P. Bateman

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    I don't follow you. I'm a 9.5 US in the Barrie & Newbalance, hence the 9 HY doub-monk.
     
  18. Roguls

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    Most people size down a half from their regular size on the barrie and trubalance. I bought 10s in the HY, and they are in line with a 10 in barrie/tb.
     
  19. Frankie22

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    I've done this three times now. Need to reevaluate my life, lol.
     
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