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    Quote Originally Posted by LesserBlackDog View Post
    The length is fine (longer than I would prefer actually) but the legs do seem a bit wide at the bottom hem.
    Squats, lots and lots of squats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nandyn View Post
    Squats, lots and lots of squats!
    This could be a crease I've yet to wash out of them. That being said, my legs run a bit beefy so if that space remains I'm happy to have it. More room for air circulation.

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    I personally think shorts should be above the knee, and is not "trendy". Below the knee is just uncouth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spex View Post
    I personally think shorts should be above the knee, and is not "trendy". Below the knee is just uncouth.
    Yeah I feel like just hitting the top of the knee or a few inches above that is a pretty standard/traditional length. If you start getting up towards mid-thigh I would consider that trendy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spex View Post
    I personally think shorts should be above the knee, and is not "trendy". Below the knee is just uncouth.
    Shorts below the knee are called women's capri pants.
    Ben

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    Long Haul from TS came in. The blue is about the same shade as my new Gustin jeans in sunlight, which bothers me, but overall I like the jacket. Fit in the arms and such is great and there's just enough room for a bit of layering.

    I have a long torso though and the jacket hits around the top of my pant line. I'm on the fence if it's going to look bad with buttoned casual shirts that are a bit longer. Pictured above is a TS shirt that fits well but them together I'm not sure.

    Thoughts?

    Big bummer if I return due to shipping to and from Canada but I don't want to regret keeping.

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    I think it looks right. I just received mine as well. Same color, but it seems to look better on you! Lol!

    I'm keeping mine. I can't believe how thin the material is! I don't love the collar and wish it weren't corduroy or tonal, but rather the waxed cotton. I'll live with it. Should be a good spring/summer jacket, especially when damp out.

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    I think I'm just not used to cropped jackets at all. Can't remember the last time I owned one. I also think the jacket should hit around the bottom of the belt. If I hike my pants up then it does, but if I wear them where I normally do then the jacket hits at the top of the belt/pants. For longer buttoned shirts like TS I think it may look a bit awkward, but it should be fine with shorter cut shirts, of which I have plenty. I guess I was just hoping for the cost it could become my everyday jacket, but I do have others I can rotate in with longer shirts. Still deciding.

    I like how thin it is actually. Just what I wanted since I tend to run very warm.

    On the other hand, the cut of the TS casual shirt is amazing. The fit and material are perfect. Definitely not cheap but TS' reputation for their casual shirts is definitely well deserved. I'll be adding to my collection from Grailed whenever I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooseontheloose View Post


    Long Haul from TS came in. The blue is about the same shade as my new Gustin jeans in sunlight, which bothers me, but overall I like the jacket. Fit in the arms and such is great and there's just enough room for a bit of layering.

    I have a long torso though and the jacket hits around the top of my pant line. I'm on the fence if it's going to look bad with buttoned casual shirts that are a bit longer. Pictured above is a TS shirt that fits well but them together I'm not sure.

    Thoughts?

    Big bummer if I return due to shipping to and from Canada but I don't want to regret keeping.

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    Picked up this banana republic jacket at the local thrift store for cheap, it fits my chest great but after getting it home I realized I didn't pay much attention to the shoulders when at the store. How is the fit? Tends to dimple a bit

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