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Thanks - given mine's a 44 then I could lose 1.5cm pit to pit post 30 wash.  Probably be OK for me. 

Does yours stretch back out with wear after washing?  

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The thread title suggests 3 brand names - is that right? 3 sub-brands under the umbrella of one company?

Can someone explain how this all fits together please? Does each sub-brand specialise in something slightly distinct to the other 2?

Or is it something else completely?

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14 minutes ago, Maynard Friedman said:

The thread title suggests 3 brand names - is that right? 3 sub-brands under the umbrella of one company?

Can someone explain how this all fits together please? Does each sub-brand specialise in something slightly distinct to the other 2?

Or is it something else completely?

Timeworn Clothing is the umbrella of the company. But they also produce goods with this label; shoes, boots and glasses i know.

At Last and Co. is their label for work wear and suits and Butcher Products for sport and military clothes.

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Great, thanks very much, it all makes sense now.

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Lot 147, 15oz, sanforised, copper rivets, half lined back pockets. white selvedge line.

Final pic with 147J for matching tux

Won't get chance to put much wear into them for a while but had to grab the chance to get them while my mate was in Tokyo

It's turned out a bit of a photo bomb!!!

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My Atlast jacket as it looks now after I gave it an extra soak, I think it’s slightly on the wrong side of just right but still loving it and use it layered up:

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49 minutes ago, MJF9 said:

@Toegun wrong thread I know but did you measure before and after?  Would be interested in numbers if you have them... in the At Last thread...

@MJF9No, because I’m a blundering idiot who only reads labels after I’ve gone and soaked the damn jacket. Will put up post soaked measurements as soon as, though I have been wearing the jacket regularly so it’s had time to relax!

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@Toegun - This looks small in the torso to me. Maybe too many layers, but the sleeves look short too.

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Looks about right to me for a lee style jacket , you definitely could have made a size up work but IMO this looks fine 

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That fit is like I'd wear it, if I had one :o Looks better without the bulky layers underneath. It's not a cold weather jacket. I think a size up would be too big, especially in the shoulders. Love the single spade-shaped flap pocket. 

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