- Oct 12, 2008
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Got the corduroy suits in chocolate and blue. Really nice. Hope they make the cut in linen for S/S.
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Last year's version of those Heatech lined pants stood up to cold winter days in Chicago. You should go with the medium. I am a 36 waist and comfortably took the large.@NonChalant321 Thank you, that is helpful. I was weighing between medium or large since the model wears the latter. But seems like medium should have enough stretch in the waist (I feel comfortable at 34" waist).
@grayfox I've liked all the Heattech base layers so far, especially the "ultra" versions since I run cold in the fall. I sized up on the Heattech turtleneck and like them very much.
Maybe this is due to vanity sizing or maybe due to the higher rise than mens sizes. I don't understand it as well, haha! For me 28-29 fit me ok (I'm a 31 in mens). Just have to fit them in person to be sure.I'm so confused by the women's sizing on the U trousers. The boyfriend jeans are available in sizes 22 - 34 inches, but the actual size chart (the one you can click on) suggests the waist width is actually 4 inches larger that listed (so the 28 in actually a 32?). The satin wide leg trousers go between 24 and 30... but the clickable size chart starts at 32?! I have no idea if i'm being dumb here and missing something obvious?