- Feb 25, 2009
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damnit, zam! i was being good and saving money, but now you got me spending again
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LOL, I'm going to make a special base pattern for you and @nahneun . this way I dont have to worry about fitBeen a minute since I've worn mine but as I recall the only reason to consider sizing up on them would be if you have large thighs.
Definitely really nice pants.
thank you manZam is excellent. Life long customer here. Pretty much the only other brand beside Schneider I am about
I own a pair. The fabric looks really nice. I have sensitive legs so I needed to add half lining. I also got them tapered to hell and back because at 7" (I'm pretty small) they were pooling instead of stacking.Those wool DNA pants look really cool. Does anyone have a pair and can comment on the fabric?
What is DNA anyway, is that a specific fit?
thanks man, appreciate the support over the years and look for big things in 2017 and some special things for the Styleforum community.Couldn't resist...I don't need any bottoms but had to pick up the combat green minimalist pants. Just piling on more Zam love - I'm the hugest Robert Geller fanboy, but I'll have to say that ZB makes the best pants. I've gone through a couple (had to sell some due to weight gain) and have never been disappointed, from the fit to the fabric to everything in-between. Am I the only one who loves the Z-1 cut?
A while back I bought a pair off SZ and it coincided with an NYC trip I was taking so I asked Zam if I could come to his studio to pick them up. He obliged and was given a tour of his workshop. I got a close up look at the fabrics and workspace while I waited for someone was able to adjust up the pair that I bought. Zam was a really dope guy and gracious host. Support!
nice, originally the pattern was created with a half lining, not necessarily for wool. In the end we decided against it as it became too bulky……..I own a pair. The fabric looks really nice. I have sensitive legs so I needed to add half lining. I also got them tapered to hell and back because at 7" (I'm pretty small) they were pooling instead of stacking.
I own a pair. The fabric looks really nice. I have sensitive legs so I needed to add half lining. I also got them tapered to hell and back because at 7" (I'm pretty small) they were pooling instead of stacking.
Hello @Mojo1990Zamb, I'm sorry if this has been asked before, but would you perhaps consider making relaxed fit trousers (possibly in Wool or linen)? Your craftsmanship is so damn good.