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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by alaaro, Aug 8, 2004.

  1. alaaro

    alaaro Senior Member

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    Does anyone know if these come in a size 40 waist? I cant seem to find them larger than 38.

    Also, does anyone else out there sport a 40 or larger waist? What brands of jeans do you recommend for bigger guys?
     


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    By the way, I tried to email them using the email address on their website, and its not working...
     


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    A Harris Distinguished Member Dubiously Honored

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    They run 2" large so a 38 would likely work - I take a 36 in PDC (LTD cut) and my waist is about 38.5".
     


  4. Steve B.

    Steve B. Go Spurs Go

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    Andrew:

    Where'd you see the 38s? I recently picked up a pair of Energies in 40 that fit and look OK, and were a nice deal.

    But I'd prefer D'Amage, PDC, or 7 for all mankind if anyone knows where to find them in Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, Denver, LA or SF, all travel destinations over the next month or so...

    I'm a 38 in Tommy Bahama and 40 in Zegna...
     


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