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Sizing

Tops XS S M L XL XXL
Chest 32"-34" 34"-36" 38"-40" 42"-44" 46"-48" 50"-52"
Neck 13"-13.5" 14"-14.5" 15"-15.5" 16"-16.5" 17"-17.5" 18"-18.5"
Sleeve 31"-32" 32"-33" 33"-34" 34"-35" 35"-36" 37"-38"
Waist 26"-28" 29"-31" 32"-34" 35"-37" 38"-40" 41"-43"
Bottoms
Denim We recommend sizing down 1 size in jeans as they are unwashed and stretch
to the wearer's body over time
Inseam for our denim is 35.5 inches.
Pant Pants fit true to size
Sizes 28-29 Inseam: 31.5 Inches
Sizes 32-38 Inseam: 33.5 Inches

Measuring Guide

Tops
Bottoms
  • 1. Body Length
    The length at the center back, from the base of the collar to the hem

    2. Chest
    Lay the garment flat and double the measurement between the lower point of the arm seams

    3. Sleeve length
    Measure from the center of the collar to the shoulder seam, then measure from the shoulder seam to the end of the sleeve and combine these measurements.

  • 1. Inseam
    The length from the fork (where the legs meet at the crotch) to the trouser hem, measured along the inside seam

    2. Waist
    Lay the garment flat and double the measurement from edge to edge at the top

    3. Outseam
    The length from the top of the waistband to the trouser hem measured along the outside seam.

    4. Front Rise
    The length from the fork (where the legs meet at the crotch) to the top edge, measured along the fly

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Men and Style by David Coggins

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

David Coggins explores the history of men’s style and learns from some of the most notable tastemakers in the industry and beyond. Its essays and interviews discuss the lessons men learned from their fathers, the mistakes they made as young men, and how they emerged to become better men. Some of the most dapper men in the world discuss bad mustaches, misguided cologne choices, and unfortunate prom tuxedos. All the men here have arrived at a place in the world and have a keen understanding about how they fit in it. Men and Style celebrates singular men who’ve lived well and can tell us about how they earned their worldview. They’re smart enough to absorb the wisdom that’s hidden in the world, and even smarter to wear that wisdom lightly.

About the Author

David Coggins is a writer and editor whose work has appeared in Esquire, Kinfolk, Man of the World, Interview, and the Wall Street Journal. He is a contributing editor at Condé Nast Traveler and a regular contributor to the men’s style website A Continuous Lean.




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