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Taylor Stitch - Official Affiliate Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by taylorstitch, Jun 7, 2012.

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  1. NorthCoast

    NorthCoast Senior Member

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    That sucks. I smell a store credit coming on then as I can't go higher than 46.

    I had a wabash workshirt they put out about 2 years ago. I loved that shirt, but just could not quite make it work.

    You would think it would be a standard practice to alter the pattern slightly when using heavier fabrics.

    It's a shame, it's such a great fabric. (red Moto)
     


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    I’ve experienced both this AND it’s opposite; my original navy Maritime shirt fits snug, as you describe with heavier fabric; as in I can only get a body-hugging lightweight T-shirt underneath, and it’s very slim through the wrists. But then the newer Maritimes in Natural & Charcoal are much looser fitting everywhere. 38/Small in TS’s shirts is always a perfect, slim-but-not-tight fit, and the new Maritime are notably baggier, albeit in a way I think is still stylish, and more appropriate for an overshirt than my original flecked-navy one.
     


  3. NorthCoast

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    Thanks for the thought.

    To be clear, I was referencing button down shirts that are not meant to be over-shirts. Sounds like your experience is similar to mine.
     


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    If anyone has a 36 they don't want anymore... let me know...
     


  5. mrboonmee

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    I received an olive explorer shirt today in M-40. fits really well except the wrists are very small. first time I have run into this. I can barely button them. my watch is out of the question. is this normal for the explorer shirt? thanks
     


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    Obviously a lesson they need to learn. Like with shoes, build from the inside out.

     


  7. pima1234

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    Apparently, big-boned customers need not apply. I get frustrated by the small wrist cuffs.

     


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    Yes, they make their cuffs sorta tight.
     


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    I am definitely not big-boned. I guess this is normal then. thanks.
     


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