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Left Field NYC Clothing Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by eltopo, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. irbe

    irbe Senior member

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    PDSF, are the measurements accurate on website? Is the hem 8 inch? And are they more of a pant or a denim? Wanna try out this brand, but their cuts look really full
     
  2. pdsf

    pdsf Senior member

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    Yes, the measurements are accurate. Christian did a good job with them.

    I had the same question as well before I bought them - whether they're more like pants vs denim. I also consulted with a few members before I pulled the trigger. I think they are more like chinos/pants to be honest. The fabric is unique and that's what drew me to them. The cut is fuller than some of the trousers I have but I don't find them too roomy/baggy. However, it all depends on your preference though.
     
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  3. jimney

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    Is there a place that sells Left Field denim online that does chain stitch hemming?
     
  4. stevent

    stevent Senior member

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    Context?
     
  5. smitchell

    smitchell New Member

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    How much stretching have people with the Caramel Ducks experienced? I received a 31 today and they are pretty snug, if I can count on a solid inch or so of stretching they are keepers, but if not I have to return them.
     
  6. MichaelPemulis

    MichaelPemulis Senior member

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    Blue in green soho.
     
  7. konadog

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    if you can button them up all the way you should be fine. both my indigo and natural selvedge ducks have stretched at least 1/2 inch in the waist. if you can't button them all the way you may need to size up.
     
  8. LFNYC

    LFNYC Active Member

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    New fall chinos and jeans up and hunting vest and sweats posting shortly at www.leftfieldnyc.com. C
     
  9. dougie

    dougie Senior member

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    Chinos look awesome. Are measurements analogous to your other tailored chinos?
     
  10. LFNYC

    LFNYC Active Member

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    thanks the Cone indigo and brown duck are a little wider then the JP twill and duck, but just because they are raw. They will shrink up similar to the washed pair but not quite as slim, since the JP twill and duck were washed and dried prior to ship. C
     
  11. LFNYC

    LFNYC Active Member

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    the JP wool flannel and tweed are as slim as the tailored JP twill. C
     
  12. stevent

    stevent Senior member

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    What about the wool ones. Do they fit the same or are they a bit looser / tighter due to the fabric?
     
  13. EPHR

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    The F/W new arrivals look awesome especially that hunting vest. I recently became a huge fan after buying a pair of the greasers this summer. Keep up the awesome work. Also, are there any plans for some new shirt options?
     
  14. Klemins

    Klemins Senior member

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    what weight is the new Cone brown duck?
     
  15. LFNYC

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    thanks! Shirting has been very difficult everyone is using the same Mills and is getting repetitive. Not to mention Gitman kind of locked down the market and since they own their factory they can offer cheaper pricing. On the other hand I am doing a chain stitch work shirt made in America. Many of the Japanese ones don't fit American bodies. I did the armhole chain stitch as well so it will be as good if not better then the Japanese work shirts. I am delivering this January. The brown White Oak feels a little thinner then the indigo so maybe 11 oz. thanks, Christian
     
  16. LFNYC

    LFNYC Active Member

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    15% off everything at www.leftfieldnyc.com for black friday weekend. Code is LFBF15. Hope everyone had a nice quiet Thanksgiving. Christian
     
  17. Tuco

    Tuco Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the Black Friday code! Just ordered my 1st 2 pairs of Left Field Chinos, they look great, excited to get them. Happy Thanksgiving!
     
  18. scb

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    How much shrink can I expect from the Canvas Miner Chino?
     
  19. konadog

    konadog Senior member

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    probably very little if you hang dry it. both my white oak miner chinos shrank only a bit after washes and quickly stretched back to where they were before wash. that being said, both stretched a bit from new after a few wears.
     
  20. scb

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    Thanks. Looks like I need to exchange for a smaller size
     

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