TKI67

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I'm just curious if they are vanity sized or not?
Vanity sizing is a phenomenon I have not encountered in the sizing of men’s pants. They are 38 UF, a thirty eight inch waste and an unfinished hem (which I had finished with my customary 1 3/4” cuff and no break).
 

Slim Jim

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I thought sailcloth was heavier than Poplin.
Can you post a link to the pants. I looked on the site and my head started to hurt, like 15 pages to go through.
Thanks
 

TKI67

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I thought sailcloth was heavier than Poplin.
Can you post a link to the pants. I looked on the site and my head started to hurt, like 15 pages to go through.
Thanks
Here’s the site...
https://www.nantucketreds.com/collections/mens

Go to “pants” and they are on the first page. Yes, sailcloth is heavier weight than poplin. However, it does not seem to me to be as tightly woven. I found Bill’s poplin to be extremely tightly woven and, therefore, not very breathable, sort of a plastic bag effect even though made of cotton. It may well be all in my head. All I know is the greens were quite comfortable, and the color seemed a tad out of the ordinary but still a useful color.
 

Slim Jim

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Thanks! I might check out a pair.
As far as the Bills Poplins go are you referring to the newer ones or the older ones.
They changed their poplins and I don’t care for the newer ones.
 

TKI67

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Thanks! I might check out a pair.
As far as the Bills Poplins go are you referring to the newer ones or the older ones.
They changed their poplins and I don’t care for the newer ones.
They were about ten years ago, maybe eight.
 

Slim Jim

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Anybody else try these? I’d like to read more opinions.
 
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