drwynn wrote:Problem is...even at my height of nearly 6'1", the waist on these things is nearly down to my a**. I need to shrink these bad boys up a bit...wondering if anyone knows if washing them in hot and drying them will work...or will that shrink them too far?
drwynn wrote:what sizes do Big Macs come in? Is there anything smaller than the 40? I'm imagining there's a 38, but...with my height I'm thinking they'll be too short on the leg.
drwynn wrote:anyone know where I can get a good Lamont knife replica without having to sell the farm to get it?
squidboy wrote:I'm guessing your Pair is a 40 Tall, while a 40 R might be a better fit (or like you suggested a 38 tall, since the waist sits lower). It could be a combination of both the chest size being too large as well as the overall coverall size (s,r,t size).... Finding the best coverall fit is sometimes a pain. Took me one bad purchase, to find a great size that fits me perfectly.
Finding Vintage Big Mac's is usually a struggle in and of its self, so it might be plausible to have your older pair tailored (might be cheaper then finding a new pair). They could probably measure you up and tell you the perfect combination.
OwieBo wrote:What's the length of your Big Macs? Sounds like you definitely need a shorter length. My Big Macs have both the chest size and the length listed on the tag. I'm 5'10", 155lbs, my Big Macs are 40/30 (chest size 40/length 30), and they fit PERFECT.
Loogs wrote: You got lucky squidboy! It took me at least 10 pairs or more to find what I consider a "somewhat-perfect screen accurate" pair for myself
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