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Wythe Official Thread - this ain't your meemaw's yeehaw

tmh404

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In light of the F/W sale, sharing my experience sizing the flannels in case it's helpful.
I'm 6'1, 165 lb and my true size is usually a Medium (sweet spot is around 21"-22" pit to pit). Based on the measurments and other threads I decided to size down to a Small. I stopped by the store today and ended up picking up the Medium instead so I'd stick with Wythe's recommendation to go TTS on these. I could have lived with the small but the biggest issue is the shoulders were quite narrow. I'll drop my measurements below since they seem to vary a wide degree online:

Small
Pit to Pit: 21 in
Shoulder: 16.5 in

Medium
Pit to Pit: 22.25 in
Shoulder: 17.5 in
 

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Regarding donegal corduroy pants: do you guys prefer the last season's "rustic brown" color or the current "rolling sand" one?
 

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Regarding donegal corduroy pants: do you guys prefer the last season's "rustic brown" color or the current "rolling sand" one?
I like last season's because it's a little darker. But the current one is close. Now if only I fit them better...
 

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Long time Wythe-lurker, recent Wythe purchaser.

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gettoasty

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How has everyone like their half zip sweatshirts? Anyone sized up, I'm weighing between M or L.
 

WaIIace

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I am 38" chest, usually a Small. Interested in their flannels. Should I size down to XS or would it be small in the shoulders?
 

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Anyone have a pair of the boots and can comment on them? Looking to step up from Tecovas but I don’t know if I’d wear them enough to justify the price.
 

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Anyone have a pair of the boots and can comment on them? Looking to step up from Tecovas but I don’t know if I’d wear them enough to justify the price.
They do look nice, but they seem a bit expensive for a pair of boots made in Mexico. I'm not knocking the quality, as I'm sure they're well-made, but Lucchese makes high quality suede ropers in Texas for a couple hundred dollars less. Might be worth looking into as a step up from Tecovas.
 

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They do look nice, but they seem a bit expensive for a pair of boots made in Mexico. I'm not knocking the quality, as I'm sure they're well-made, but Lucchese makes high quality suede ropers in Texas for a couple hundred dollars less. Might be worth looking into as a step up from Tecovas.
Was in a Lucchese store this week, tried some things on - not for me. I’m not expert, but the boots just felt cheap. The toe shapes were…disappointing. The styling and materials…jarring.

I too am curious about Wythe boots, particularly the exclusive pair with Huckberry.
 

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