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Polo custom fit vs. classic fit

coop86

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Hey everyone,

I know there have been many different threads regarding the fit of each of the various polos. My dilemma is this: I have tons of Custom Fit Medium polos, but the chest size is too tight now, but the Classic fit M polos I bought are actually too big for me. Do any of you know whether a Classic fit S would be a better option?
 

factorial

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Just get a different brand of polo. I can vouch for the fact that Brooks Brothers Golden Fleece slim-fit polos in Medium are larger in the chest than PRL Custom Fit M, but smaller in the chest than PRL Classic Fit M/Custom Fit L. I'm sure you could also check out Lacoste or Fred Perry.
 

coop86

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Originally Posted by Animal Thug
Have you tried custom fit, size L?

Yes, chest is fine, but the arm length and shirt length are both too long.
 

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Try a classic fit small. It's a fairly generous cut, for a small.
 

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