Lands' End Canvas

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

  1. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    You're definitely a small, if not smaller--I'd highly recommend exchanging.

    that is a small. and they don't have xs. For $10 each I'll keep them. If they had xs I'd exchange, but whatever.
     


  2. randomkoreandude

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    sorry if this was asked before but is this a better alternative to the ll bean signature line? prices look great in comparison but how about sizing?
     


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    sorry if this was asked before but is this a better alternative to the ll bean signature line? prices look great in comparison but how about sizing?
    from the handful of items I've ordered over the last 3/4 year... sizing is all over the place. Some stuff fits quite slim for a mall-type brand, others huge. the only things that I've kept so far- striped oxford that fit reasonably slim (a little slimmer than jcrew) and a striped rugby that fit me almost perfectly v-neck tee and polo - fit slim fleece and shawl neck sweater - big and/or really long think I posted measurements for some items a number of months ago
     


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    So, my order came in today. Reviews as follows.

    Corps Jacket: Pics on the website are a little deceptive. The collar is pretty big and bulky, especially on account of the concealable hood (which I may cut out to make the collar less bulky). Also, it's longer (long enough to cover my ass) then it looks on the website. It's pretty light, perfect for spring/fall (especially if you layer). I'm glad I ordered a large, seems to run a tad big. All in all, a good piece on discount.

    Men's Mock Neck Cardigan: Pretty thin and lightweight, interesting waffle-y pattern to the fabric. It's comfortable though, and the light weight of it makes it a good layering piece. Runs pretty TTS or even a tad big, all in all a good piece.

    Vintage Fleece Crew Sweater: Thick and comfortable, runs a bit tight in the arms and body and shorter then their other sweaters. I like it.

    Fold Up Hat: Great toque, once that retarded tag thingy on it comes off.

    Also, they included a $10 gift card + free shipping code.
     


  5. YoPete525

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    that is a small. and they don't have xs. For $10 each I'll keep them. If they had xs I'd exchange, but whatever.
    Oh! My mistake, I misread your post as saying they were mediums, I understand now.
     


  6. randomkoreandude

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    hmm if thats a small and thats how it looks, i may need to stay away from this brand. shame though since the price is hard to compete with ...
     


  7. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    I'm pretty shocked at how big it is. Especially considering there is no xs option. I wear a medium in hanes comfort soft t-shirts and this small henley is easily bigger than those.

    I'm keeping it though as something to wear around the house.
     


  8. TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES

    TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES Senior member

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    How much would the Jersey Blazer shrink? I just got mine and its slighty tight when buttoned up. I'm now looking into the medium, but I can only imagine how big it might fit.
     


  9. chris lewis

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    My latest order just came in:

    Chambray workshirt
    Wool crewneck sweater
    Shaker shawl cardigan
    Heritage cardigan

    Will try to post up some fit pics later.
     


  10. chris lewis

    chris lewis Well-Known Member

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    Here we go. Excuse the wrinkled shirt, I put it on straight out of the bag. Everything is size small. Chambray: [​IMG] Crewneck sweater: [​IMG] Shaker shawl cardigan: [​IMG] Heritage cardigan [​IMG] I'm iffy on the hertiage cardigan. Not sure if I like the fit yet or not. Will probably be keeping the rest.
     


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    the shirt looks good on you, same with the crewneck
     


  12. bombers

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    Yes, fit is nice on you. What are your body measurements?
    I'm indecisive about S and M since others say they run big. I fit M is all the typical mall brands at 6'0'', 175 lb, 39-40" chest.
     


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    it seems like S will do just fine if you want a fitted look
     


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    Yes, fit is nice on you. What are your body measurements? I'm indecisive about S and M since others say they run big. I fit M is all the typical mall brands at 6'0'', 175 lb, 39-40" chest.
    I am 5 11 and im 160 pounds. Small only fits well on the chest area, anywhere else is too small. your best bet is M. though if i were you i would get a large and get to a tailor. the arms on these shirts run a little short
    it seems like S will do just fine if you want a fitted look
    don't listen to this guy. if you get small you literally won't be able to move your arms across your chest and the fit will actually look funny, to get the "fitted look" just go to a tailor shop.
     


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    Told you guys the things were huge. Anybody a size L or up in here? I'm curious to see how you like the fits.
     


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