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  1. I like Norse Projects for these kinds of shirts and Universal Works. Not you usual Superdenim wears, but well made and decent materials.
  2. US is one size (digit) up from UK Eg, US10 = UK9 This is standard in most if not all big brand footwear (Nike, Vans etc).
  3. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    They will have shrink left...for the next couple of soaks/washes.
  4. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    I really don't know. They shrink to tag and then stretch out slightly due to wear. This is exactly as Roy describes it as well.
  5. It's just an excess of starch. Nothing to worry about. It might indicate that you haven't removed all the starch so far though, which doesn't really matter but another soak will remove more, and help soften the hand of the jacket.
  6. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    You will get a stretch in the waist of 1-1.5 inches once all the shrink is done. All my Black seed pairs have shrunk for the first 2 maybe 3 washes/soaks - most noticeably the length, waist and thigh seemed to be pretty stable after the initial wash. Might be worth noting that this denim has shrunk more than most others ive owned.
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  9. Workshirts

    Isn't that 'Chip strap' actually a 'throat latch'? - to cover the throat? Doubt a tailor can fix you wearing that covering your chin - that's on you ;-) Id just wear it like a normal shirt that covers the neck, and not pull it up on to my chin.
  10. You want branded long John's? I'd buy something merino.
  11. If this happens, then these jeans don't 'fit' you. Simple as that really. Sure you can make it work, but if I looked in the mirror and saw what you're describing I would call that a bad fit on me.
  12. I'm sure you can figure out the answer to this yourself....?
  13. Just go try them on, its makes worrying about models and comparing each measurement much less stressful or relevant. If possible it's always best to buy in person to find exactly what you prefer, and which is better (for you) from each brand.