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@beautiful_FrEaK There is no winter or summer specific version of the 105s as far as I'm aware. 

Yes, there is a women's version  It runs from size 0-2 and would have different measurements from the men's version. 

I've posted the official orSLow 105 size chart in this thread but can post again if people want.

 

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@Broark Here are my  measurements of the size 105 we have in store measured BIG style

Waist: 34.5"

Front Rise: 12.5" 

Back Rise: 16"

Thigh: 12.75"

Knee: 9.5"

Hem: 7.75"

Inseam: 32.5" 

 

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Thanks for the measurements, I think the 105 dream is dead unfortunately. :o

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On 12/1/2018 at 4:22 AM, Broark said:

Thanks for the measurements, I think the 105 dream is dead unfortunately. :o

I guess 105s might be my next buy. After trying them on, I would need a size 4 (OW). Size 5 was way too big, and I am a 36 in WH and Roy. Just sayin', and also trying to revive the dream.

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See I'm a 36 in Roy and WH as well, but the measurements I've seen for the size 4 just seem a little too small in most places (thigh and hem mostly).
Let me know if you pick up a pair.

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Oi Polloi has the one wash 105 in sizes 1, 2, 4, 5 for $198 USD with VAT deducted. I have no clue what shipping is. Don't know if that's a great deal, but, hey....

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On 12/10/2018 at 7:52 PM, beautiful_FrEaK said:

Anyone knows which mill produces the standard denim for the 105 and 107 (if that's the same denim)?

It's the same denim. I don't know which mill they use sorry.

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On 30/11/2018 at 7:00 PM, kicks79 said:

 @bodMy understanding is that the Tab ban is both for the domestic Japan market and export.

Do you know when the tabs are disappearing? Will this spring stock be tabless? Looking for a one wash 107 in size 3, and having a hard time finding one.

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The tabs will no longer be available as of next season. So yes the spring summer range will be tab-less. 

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^ Those look great!  Perfect silhouette, as they say.  Color and texture looks interesting too.  Thanks b_F.

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Tried the 105's in the one wash and two year at canoe club the other day. They were tabless and look so much cleaner imo. Not the most flattering fit on me however, so I'm going to hold out for the 107s and see if they do the trick.

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Has anyone experience with the Slim Fatigue Pants or the 6 Pocket Cargo Pants?

My pair of 105 is size 3 but I have the feeling the fabric of the Fatigue or Cargo pants won't stretch out like denim does so it would be safer to buy a size 4 in those? And since they have those waist buckels, it's easier to make them smaller than to make them bigger. Am I missing something?

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I have the slim fit fatigues in both a size 4 and size 5.  Size 5 are super comfortable but big on waist.  I wear the 107 jean in size 4.  The denim is really stretchy.  The fatigue pant not as much and as you said you can make them smaller with the waist adjusted.  They will be slimmer than the 105 I think so check other measurements. 

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Thanks mate! So a size 4 sounds like the right way to go (seeing my 105 is size 3). Do you have some actual measurements of your Fatigue in size 4? They don't use the ristop fabric, right?

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I will measure later.  They are not ripstop but I think you can get a ripstop version in some retailers.  They soften up really good and fade to a nice shade of green.  Perfect for spring/summer in UK. 

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And why? I expect denim to stretch differently than the ripstop fabric and with the side buckles it's probably easier to make them smaller than bigger.

That said, I found a shop with good return policy and ordered a size 3 and size 4. Will see which one fits better. Thanks for the feedback guys!

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On 2/14/2019 at 9:48 AM, beautiful_FrEaK said:

Has anyone experience with the Slim Fatigue Pants or the 6 Pocket Cargo Pants?

My pair of 105 is size 3 but I have the feeling the fabric of the Fatigue or Cargo pants won't stretch out like denim does so it would be safer to buy a size 4 in those? And since they have those waist buckels, it's easier to make them smaller than to make them bigger. Am I missing something?

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I have 5 pairs (!!!) of the slim fatigues (charcoal wool, olive, duck, lightweight twill herringbone and a blue/black melange thick cotton herringbone). As you can tell, they are my all-time favorite pants. However, each fabric fits differently (all size 3). The charcoal wool are the slimmest, the duck and lightweight twill are next, probably b/c they don't stretch. The olive and thick cotton have a lot of give in them; in fact I have tightened the waist tabs on both. I would say a size 3 is what you want; I don't care for Orslow 105 fit (top block doesn't work for me), but having tried them on in a 3 and 4, you'd probably be swimming in a 4 in the fatigues. For reference, I'm 180 cm, 76 kg, athletic build, and wear 32 or 33 in pants/denim.

 

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washed my 107s for the first time and most of the rivets now have patches of green! this pair must have way more copper as it has never happened to me in a decade of wearing japanese denim (inc a previous pair of 107s in a smaller size).

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Nice!!

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My pair already arrived like this with slight greening. Will probably increase over time

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On 2/15/2019 at 11:02 AM, beautiful_FrEaK said:

 

That said, I found a shop with good return policy and ordered a size 3 and size 4. Will see which one fits better. Thanks for the feedback guys!

come back with final result, please. also interested in them and not sure with sizing

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Sorry for the silence! I kept the size 4. Size 3 was already too tight at the waist too become comfortable and the thighs were also too slim. The size 4 feels also slimmer than my 105 in size 3.

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