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Count me in mate if you ever decide to go for round 2...

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Look beautiful,  peak fade at this point.

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Aye, I like them very much right now. Perfect to pop out of the shelf every now and then.

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This would be my first non-denim Warehouse buy. Lot 3104 D pattern flannel once washed version. If anyone has considered buying a Warehouse flannel I can now highly recommend it. The fit, color, and quality of fabric is all excellent. It’s brushed on the inside and very soft. I tried to capture the texture in the second photo. E2D831B8-2CF4-45C3-AF73-75A5432D8C9A.thumb.jpeg.6c345f839e8b979690d561e18f39f4e5.jpeg6C49A9BA-A9C4-4549-9975-8B092B77862D.thumb.jpeg.102d19f1f285513656f7ecd6325f875c.jpeg

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Really wanted one of these myself, what size did you get? I think the 42 would be too small for me. :(

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I got the 42/XL which fits more like a large in any western sizing. I also have the Warehouse 2002 in 42 and both of these fit me perfectly. I think it would likely be too small for you to button. 

 

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Yeah I’ve given up on trying WH shirts and jackets for the foreseeable future. -_-

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The sizing on their tops are pretty inconsistent though. I'm a 42 in the western shirt, 40 in the denim jacket but needed a 38 in the oxford shirt. Hope is not lost @Broark !

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On 3/2/2010 at 7:04 PM, aho said:

I feel like I'm clogging up the Warehouse thread right now, but I just got a response from Gordon saying that he can do the special order if we get around 20 people....we're at 15 right now so it's close! Keep sending those PM's if you want in...DW760 on the cheap!

Have we got 20 yet @aho or are we still at 15? Add me to the list, that makes 16 minimum.

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Make that 17. :D

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Hopefully we can get @salaami onboard and we’re almost there...

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I've tried to search through the thread, but I can't figure this out, so maybe someone can tell me...

What's the difference between the Warehouse 1100 and 1101? They're both 60s cuts, right? But beyond that, I can't figure out how they differ. 

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@cusswords

what are the measurements on your Warehouse flannel? Do you know what the weight of the fabric is?

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I second that ^ I was thinking og buying that exact one as well (also in a 42) but getting the non-washed version and just cold washing it. Really curious to see how close to the website the measurements are. Looks great!

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I'm hoping that with the introduction of Warehouse at SE means some slightly more western friendly sizes for their shirts and jackets.
Part of me doesn't understand why you'd make jeans up to size 38 and but shirts that equate to a US large, but then again Japanese guys wear their jeans a lot looser sometimes.
Also check out these deadstock 1000XX's, so good! Flasher and all.
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The measurements on the Warehouse website are pretty spot on. 

Pit to pit: 22.5in / 57cm 

Shoulders: 17.7 in / 45cm

Sleeve: 25.5 in / 65cm 

Length from the bottom of the collar: 28.5in / 72 cm

 

I’m not sure about the weight of the fabric. It’s a little thicker than my Flat Head and LVC flannels. The brushed insides makes it a pretty beefy fabric. 

 

 

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Each time I look at Warehouse's shirt measurements, they strike me as boxy...

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I’m 6 feet tall and I don’t find it boxy at all. The bottom button of the shirt hits right where at the top button my my jeans. I have other shirts like the TCB ranchman or Buzz Rickson chambray that are shorter in the body (though purchased at a smaller size). 
 

The Junky Style blog has some good fits on guys of different heights. 
 

http://blog-jkstyle.jugem.jp/?eid=2849

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By boxy, I meant that the P2P is wide for a given shoulder measurement.

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The shoulder measurement is a little smaller than normal but thats perfect imo. Most shoulders on the larger sizes are always massive, so it's nice to see some smaller shoulders!

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Hi 

Anybody has idea what is the actual waist size (in CM) when Warehouse Lot 800 in size 34 are bought new?

And also, after use, how much the pair stretched say 89 CM or 90 CM or more?. 

Please share your experience. 

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I have two pairs of 800 in 34 -- an older pair that I've had and worn for a few years and a new, raw pair.

The waist of the old pair measured 35.5" when new/raw, 34" after a wash, and 35" after some stretch.

The new, raw pair is a little smaller, measuring 35.0" in the waist.

As an aside, one thing I like about both pairs of 800 (size 34/32) is that the inseam is longer than on some other Warehouse jeans.  The old pair measures 34" and the new, raw pair measures 35.5".

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Thanks JohnM

What about inseam shrinkage after soak/wash?

On 10/17/2019 at 4:33 AM, JohnM said:

I have two pairs of 800 in 34 -- an older pair that I've had and worn for a few years and a new, raw pair.

The waist of the old pair measured 35.5" when new/raw, 34" after a wash, and 35" after some stretch.

The new, raw pair is a little smaller, measuring 35.0" in the waist.

As an aside, one thing I like about both pairs of 800 (size 34/32) is that the inseam is longer than on some other Warehouse jeans.  The old pair measures 34" and the new, raw pair measures 35.5".

 

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^ Mine came up 1.5" -- started out at 35.5" and ended up at 34".

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On 10/17/2019 at 4:33 AM, JohnM said:

I have two pairs of 800 in 34 -- an older pair that I've had and worn for a few years and a new, raw pair.

The waist of the old pair measured 35.5" when new/raw, 34" after a wash, and 35" after some stretch.

The new, raw pair is a little smaller, measuring 35.0" in the waist.

As an aside, one thing I like about both pairs of 800 (size 34/32) is that the inseam is longer than on some other Warehouse jeans.  The old pair measures 34" and the new, raw pair measures 35.5".

 

Thanks John

Nowadays, non-wash not available only one-wash is there. 

Do you think waist 84cm in size 34 pair can stretch to 90cm?

Size 36 has wide hems, I have no experience to see 6cm stretch in waist after wear.  

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^ dada, that's a good question.  My guess is that you'll be fine -- the denim is stretchy.  It's true that my size 34 pair didn't shrink down quite that far but there are a couple of things to consider.  First, one-wash jeans typically get a pretty heavy duty, hot wash, so most of the shrinkage is already there.  Second, measuring techniques differ -- I pull the waist a bit before measuring.  Maybe the 84cm comes from just laying a tape measure or ruler across the jeans without pulling.  Third, does the vendor have a few pairs in stock?  There can be minor variation between pairs, as we know.

Your question peaked my curiosity about the 800 cut, so I put them on this morning.  Sorry to say I really like them still -- if I didn't, I was just going to sell you my raw pair ;-)

The 800 is different than other Warehouse jeans.  As I said earlier, the inseam is longer, which is nice.  It also has a highish rise but it's trim through the hips and legs, with a nice, but not overly large, leg opening.  The denim is also really nice -- feels thick but soft.

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My 34 800s that I bought a year ago measure about 88cm after some wear. I can wear them comfortably, and I generally buy jeans that are 90cm before shrinking. The newer models come with the 32in/81cm inseam. 

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