Outlier Tailored Performance Clothing

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

  1. CPaul

    CPaul Senior member

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    similar to raw denim or tougher?
     
  2. Spencer

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    Got my Ultrafine t-shirt. My chest is a 40, I went with the Large. It fit "ok", but not great. Sending it back for a Medium. It seems as though many of their shirts are cut on the slightly larger size. If you are in between sizes I would suggest sizing down. Just my .02
     
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    ive got a pair on the NYCOs in size 32 olive, too big for me, anybody willing to trade for a 31?
     
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    anyone have the vest? i am tempted to get it for layering. would be used in new england winter underneath veilance field jacket.
     
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    According to UPS, mine was delivered this morning. I will be sure to offer some feedback when I get home and check it out.
     
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    If you were referring to my post, I can't answer, unfortunately, having never owned or felt raw denim - but I think Outlier's site says they're tougher than raw denim. When I spoke to them on the phone, they said the material wouldn't stretch out much, I guess because of the nylon content and the very tight weave.
     
  7. Spencer

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    Got my Nycos. Waist was TTS, legs are slim, but not overly tight. I have muscular legs from biking, so unless you have big freaking legs, I think most guys will be ok in the leg/thigh area.

    Material is stiff, but pretty soft. Definetly digging these pantalones.
     
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    Fit pics? Do they feel more like the other Outlier fabrics or more like real jeans?
     
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    Don't understand this statement haha. Is it similar to raw denim maybe?
     
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    Outlier did well to price something at $100, I was hesitant to spend for their pricier trou but gave NYCOs a shot. In OD in 34 and 36. Take 34 in most pants, like J crew, but 52/36 in italian trou like incotex. 36 was way too big, 34 quite nice. They drape nicely; not nearly as stiff as new denim, IMO. They're not as slim through the leg as I had expected, to continue the comparison, closer to J crew than incotex.

    Getting them hemmed now.
     
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    Can you compare the fit to either the urban slim fit or classic fit J Crew chinos?
     
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    I didn't find them stiff, I just wish the leg was slimmer.
     
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    A tailor can taper the trousers
     
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    Soft to the touch, but very stiff as in straight, not much bend I guess.... Like raw denim.
     

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