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Okay, thanks! Is it reasonable to have the waist taken in one size, to have a bit more room in the thigh and across the seat, in the narrower cuts? I have a pair of proper moleskin trousers in size S that fit quite well, I'm very pleased with them - wear them quite a lot in the colder months. I'm pondering whether to buy the slim or dress trouser in size S too, or size up to M and have the waist taken in to 32".It stays pretty much the same — all those styles are about the same in the seat.
thanks, looking for charcoal or another color!What size are you, shunese? I recently saw an S.E.H Kelly crewneck in a size small for sale on eBay. It was a rather bright purple, which may not interest you, however.
It seems pretty outside of your usual palette, Paul, if I am honest. I assume it was a japan-only production?
The field trousers (in all fabrics) look fantastic.
I wonder about the lack of belt loops - I am typically in-between sizes on trousers and always use a belt to fine-tune/keep up. As I understand it, the button system in the waist on the field trousers is binary - either buttoned or not, right? I worry that neither buttoned nor unbuttoned would give a good fit, given that it's a 2-inch difference between the two. Or are there more than 2 steps ?
Any way to get belt loops on the field trousers?