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INCOTEX MEGATHREAD REQUESTS

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by ThinkDerm, Sep 23, 2011.

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  1. ThinkDerm

    ThinkDerm Senior member

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    Do you love INCOTEX? Here's your chance to make requests and I'll try and fill them.

    Let me know what sizes, etc you want :slayer:
     


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    how do they fit? if its really tight my fat thighs wont be able to cope!
     


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    size up one, take the waist in
     


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    Wool 32! Not black. Thanks!
     


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    Size 28
    -flat front light-to-mid gray woolen (not worsted) flannel or nappy wool-cotton blend
    -flat front corduroy (any width of wales) in a brownish/burnt: red, orange, or dark purple
    Thank you, this is a terrific idea! [​IMG]
     
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    Just to give everyone a heads up - the woolens are scarce, but there are some wool cotton mixes available, that are quite near to wool in feel and performance. :)
     


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    Size 32. Any none black.... Medium weight wool.
     


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    see above please :slayer:
     


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    Those work for me.
     


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    Size 33 slim/mid cut, ff, medium weight wool
     


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    Anything that is (1) a size 33-34 (2) wool and (3) in navy blue will be purchased immediately by me.
     


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    guys, two things: I'd love to help, but wools are extremely limited out there, and 2, 100% wools are $125 shipped conUS.

    Again, hope I can help you guys!
     


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    Good luck, I only found one pair of 32s, for me. Saw some others that had no label and the buttons weren't labeled, but definitely Incotex. There are some Giabs, that look great.
     


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    i am looking for any 33-34 waist more than 12" thigh (when laid flat) wool or cotton or blends greyish or navy flat front, plaids i'll buy couple of those
     


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    - 33 to 34 inch waist
    - 8.25 to 9 inch leg opening
    - flat front

    Any fabric. Prefer relatively conservative colors.

    Thanks.
     


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