Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Feb 28, 2007.
whipord usn pants. probably one of my favorites.
Shingles - I want to steal your tie.
Mikey - how slim are the USN compared to fatigues?
I have no experience with the fatigues, so I can't help. they're a slim straight leg I'd say...similar to the cinch back.
Thanks -they look good on you anyway
I'd say the fit is similar. I wouldn't compare my USNs to cinches whatsoever – little to no taper, relatively generous thigh. Essentially like fatigues with a slightly different pocket configuration.
mine fit relatively slim, especially in the top block. maybe it's an issue with size? mine are a 28 so maybe larger sizes scale differently? or maybe i'm just clueless.
First time throwing some pics up. Some of my FW pieces.
Brown Homespun Cinch
E1 pre-tying up Yuketens
Mine are a 32, so it might be an issue with sizing. All of the pictures I've seen of USNs were the more typical fatigue fit. That being said, cuts vary season to season, etc. I think MoK would like the USN fit from SS this year, though.
Hey guys, figured I'd just drop a quick note here for the regulars only; I have a feeling some of you might be interested. I'm selling three SS14 items which can be combined to make a three piece suit: LDT Jacket in Navy Cotton Dobby Twill [XL], Truman Pants in Navy Cotton Dobby Twill [Size 34 - These are slim, so be warned, but I'm closer to a 33 and they are a good fit], and Truman Vest in Navy Cotton Dobby Twill [XL].
I'll give a 36 hour window before I throw them up on the marketplace/eBay. I'm a TTS Large for what it's worth.
Finally got a chance to break out some of this season's buys:
Homespun Bedford '14
Heavy Twill '14
Tried looking through the thread but couldn't find much. Wondering if anyone can post fit pics of the E-1 pants, and of truman pants? Preferably with shirts both untucked and tucked. Bonus points for the truman pants in brown homespun.
Hat: Topo Desgins
Shirt: LL Bean Signature
Jacket: EG FW13 CPO Grey Herringbone
Unevenly Cuffed Pants: Outlier
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