Lands' End Canvas

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by moosy, Nov 12, 2009.

  1. Dewey

    Dewey Senior member

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    Does the marled blazer have a single vent? If so, don't wear it so slim the vent splits open. Nothing looks worse than a wide-open single vent on someone who sized down too much.
     
  2. wannabeagiant

    wannabeagiant Senior member

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    16.25 across the shoulders 25.25 sleeves 19 across the chest hope im not too off
    Was the shoulders measured across the top back like this: [​IMG] Thanks for the help guys. It looks like medium is best.
     
  3. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    Everyone in this thread should email/chat to lec and tell them to institute xs sizes. I just chatted with a csr and they said they would pass it on to the purchasing dept. If they started selling xs sizes lec would be freaking awesome.
     
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    Was the shoulders measured across the top back like this:

    [​IMG]

    Thanks for the help guys. It looks like medium is best.


    yup thats how i did it

    can someone advise me on shrinking this thing a little?
     
  5. wannabeagiant

    wannabeagiant Senior member

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    yup thats how i did it

    can someone advise me on shrinking this thing a little?


    Thanks. The shoulders are pretty narrow. I think a medium will fit me well.

    For shrinking, I would just put it in the washer warm/hot and dry warm/hot. I did this with a wool blazer on warm and it shrunk a little over an inch in sleeves and length. Measure before dryer to see how much it shrunk.
     
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    Thanks. The shoulders are pretty narrow. I think a medium will fit me well.

    For shrinking, I would just put it in the washer warm/hot and dry warm/hot. I did this with a wool blazer on warm and it shrunk a little over an inch in sleeves and length. Measure before dryer to see how much it shrunk.


    thanks just measured again and its like 16.75, not 16.25 at the shoulders.
     
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    Meis Senior member

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    thanks just measured again and its like 16.75, not 16.25 at the shoulders.

    what's the length like on it?



    btw that seems smaller than alot of the other blazers... i thought most of them ran large.
     
  8. max-t

    max-t Senior member

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    from the shoulder seam to the bottom it's 27.5 and from arpit to armpit it's 19.5

    did these a bit more carefully and thats what my S is like.
     
  9. Dewey

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    straight fit cords, i do not recommend ... just took them out of the dryer. fabric is much too lightweight and it puckers at the seams around the pockets etc. garbage
     
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    straight fit cords, i do not recommend ... just took them out of the dryer. fabric is much too lightweight and it puckers at the seams around the pockets etc. garbage

    should have air dryed
     
  11. blynch

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    got my order today
    will probably keep: marbled blazer, t-shirts, overdied oxfords(might need to tailor), straight chinos
    and return the couple sweaters I got, too baggy just like the jcrew ones I also need to return.

    Chinos are ok and a steal at $10, blazer actual looks pretty good best item of my purchase.
     
  12. TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES

    TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES Senior member

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    IF anyone wants the corps jacket (Olive in Small) let me know. I got one and I'll sell it for 30 dollars. Its really nice just to long for me.

    There no longer seems to be a listing for it.


    Cheers.
     
  13. lemmywinks

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    Should I size down on the Shaker Shawl? I'm a medium in their shirts and when I ordered their Varsity cardigan in medium it fit kinda big so I returned it.
     
  14. TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES

    TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES Senior member

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    Should I size down on the Shaker Shawl? I'm a medium in their shirts and when I ordered their Varsity cardigan in medium it fit kinda big so I returned it.

    yup... even if its too small it will strech.
     
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    The small red chambray was way shorter than the small poplins. Also the "navy" bengal stripe was no such thing: it was charcoal/black. Checked the label, it said navy. Guess I'm making a trip to Sears this weekend.
     

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