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Incredibly difficoult to find fitting clothes.

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by MrVnn, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. mcbrown

    mcbrown Senior Member

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    34x30 for a 6' man doesn't strike me as remotely unusual. I am 6'2" and am frequently told that I have long legs for my torso, but I usually wear a 32" inseam. My waist is now 32 but was 34 for years when my weight fluctuated between 180 and 190. If I was a 34x32, it's very easy for me to imagine 34x30 being within the bounds of "normal" for someone of Quadcammer's height and weight.
     


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    Some people have a longer torso or neck vs long legs to achieve their height. My brother is 6' 4" and has a relatively short inseam measurement.
     


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    Thank you. I wasn't actually sure what you were disagreeing with, but I understand now. I think perhaps you thought I was being deliberately righteous. That was not my intent.
     
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