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Outlier Tailored Performance Clothing

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Roguls, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. stevent

    stevent Senior member

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    thanks for the info
     
  2. Totakeke

    Totakeke Senior member

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    I actually like the one shirt I bought from them... but there wasn't really much about it that justifies the high price.
     
  3. PattyC

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    hittin the high 30s in Toronto, they need to restock the three way longs asap :nodding:
     
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    x2


    btw, got some OG's (36) and three ways (34) up in B&S. prices negotiable.
     
  5. HansPhonetic

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    It definitely doesn't measure at 40. I have a size small Mojave that measures 20.25 PTP and a FreeFlannel over shirt in small that measures 20.25 PTP. Both of those I bought new and I've only hang-dried them. I wish they fit more slim, especially the Mojave: it's very billowy around my slim waist.
    I also bought a linen High Desert pivot in small on Ebay but it fits too small at 19" PTP and 17" STS. I would gladly throw in a few bucks to trade it for a medium.

    Previously I owned a Blazed Pivot in medium and a Northeast Pivot in medium, both of which I sold to size down but I'm finding that I'm right in between sizes because of my athletic build.

    For reference, I'm just a hair shy of 6', ~165lbs (I haven't weighed myself in a while), with a 37.75" chest. I may grow out of my Mojave and FreeFlannel if I bulk up much more, but I don't like how Outlier's mediums billow around my lower torso.
     
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    I think that all of them do, I have 3; cali, northeast and a experimental tack collar in S and they fit nicely on the shoulders but pretty wide on the bottom part. I'm not fat neither athletic (5'10' - 159) and they are just not slim enough. Also, on the long sleeve versions, the sleeves could be a bit longer.

    I hope that they make a new model of shirt, I like the blazed cotton fabric but they will probably change it for a better material, I just hope that they update the cut and make it a bit slimmer because I need to buy some for autumn.
     
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  7. Teapot418

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    I think the Climbers are too slim for my legs. I might try the Dungarees or Keirin cut. The fabric is pretty great though.
     
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    They look good, how did you size? Im a true 30 and sized to a 31 on the climbers so I could wear them with boots without looking like a clown. Make sure your wearing them right, the back waist is higher then normal, so you dont get saggy ass lol
     
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    Iphone double post.
     
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  10. Teapot418

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    Thanks, upon further reflection I'm starting to think it's the material being super stretchy and feeling different from what I'm used to. I'm about a true 34 and those are size 33s. For comparison, I wear 32 in Uniqlo's vintage khakis and my 34 rivet chinos from Epaulet are too big (clothes no longer fitting is the worst part of getting thinner).
     
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    I would try a 34 or 35 then.
     
  12. Spencer

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    If a 34 EP is too big, then a 33 in Outlier will work
     
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  13. Teapot418

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    Well, in the end I decided I'm not comfortable with the cut of the Climbers so I'm going to try out the Dungarees. Hopefully the inseam isn't too short.
     
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    Dunagrees are nothing to compare to the fabric of the climbers tough.
     
  15. PattyC

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    Got hit with some customs charges today, even with USPS. Only $26, not a big deal, probably less than whatever UPS would charge.
     
  16. lemmywinks

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    Man every time I check the price of the OG Pant it fucking goes up! I wish I got it like a year or two ago when I found out about it.
     
  17. stevent

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    To be fair they do give you a month or so each time before they increase prices
     
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    Sometimes CanadaPost asks for customs but like you said it's not a big deal. At least it doesn't include bullshit brokerage fees.

    Was that for the three way longs?
     
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    Shipping into the US, I think it's a rule of thumb that anything over $200 gets hit by customs. Does it work similarly in other countries?

    I like how FarFetch and other places assume customs charges into the price they charge.. Makes it simple.
     
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