Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by voxsartoria, Mar 24, 2010.
Looks very nice. Too bad there is one pocket too many on the back.
Is this better?
Very nice. I see a pair or two of Pantas in my future (not to be confused with the much less desirable pantis). Any chance you could post a thigh measurement for the 32s and 34s, Ed?
I declare a monopoly on any size 31/31.5 right now. Well done, Ed, these are awesome. PS Please check your PM inbox. Thanks
Look great. I may even put some pennies together for a pair. These are unlikely to show up at thrift for months.
Will there be a diffusion/lower range (maybe SF-only); "Office"?
Sold through Gilt.
Im in for sure.
Ed, how limited are your production runs regarding sizes?
Solid casual pants = old man pants
These look great, nice job. And fwiw...I'm fine with one back pocket!
i would love a panta.
Ed, don't go there. Only chicks wear pants w/o back pockets. Actually, so does vox...
My wife really enjoys my "chick" and is very inspired by my trousers being made without back pockets
I don't ever use the back pockets, so here is a bespoke example for illustration . . .
That said, my maker has convinced me to get double besoms back pockets sewn shut on my odd trousers as he said that they "provide an extra layer of cloth when sitting down" [presumably for wear and tear].
vox' pants sure looks purdy. good luck on your new venture, Ed.
Congrats and best of luck!!!
Impressed. best of luck!
I agree, they look good. Please add my best wishes to the list here. Hope the venture goes great!
Ed's being so humble.
Currently, putting together a brown super 120's which is very nice, can't really describe the color, a slate blue/blue grey super 120's, a Zegna 92%cotton/8%cashmere khaki, a Zegna cotton/linen in khaki and one in brown, some GTH pants and I have some other fabrics, probably the linen/cotton is the only one that is an exclusively spring/summer pant, the others are three season.
These I can't wait to see. edmorel knows how to say go to hell via pants.
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