[Worn] orSlow Slim Fit Fatigue Pants - Sizing Guide and Nine Month Review

We’ve been big fans of orSlow for quite some time, especially after coming across their Fatigue Pants in that beautiful shade of olive/green, but with a pastel-like brush to it. The appearance is soft on the eyes and unlike any other. Accordingly, I went ahead and picked up a pair before we brought it in just to give it a whirl. Nine months later and these are going strong, with no signs of wearing out. We’ve written up a review and a definitive guide to sizing on these trousers.

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[Worn] 3sixteen Indigo Knit Crosscut Flannel - Three Year Review

3sixteen’s Indigo Knit Crosscut Flannel first debuted as part of their FW17 collection, and after three long years makes its return in both an Indigo Knit and a Black Knit. The Indigo Knit Crosscut Flannel, also referred to as the Selvedge Fleece Crosscut Flannel, will be available on Friday, March 12 at Noon EST.

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[Worn] UES 400T Selvedge Denim - Four Month Review

UES is a new brand for Withered Fig that we brought in Fall 2020. Their Heavy and Extra Heavyweight Flannels get a lot of attention for their heft and solid value, but their 400 lot denim is what originally attracted us to this brand. Most pairs of denim you will find on their Instagram showcase this 400 lot denim, which we carry in the 400T and 400S cuts, and reveal how beautiful they look after …

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[Worn] Dehen 1920 Black Denim Crissman Overshirt - Four Month Review

We’ve got a one year review of the Dehen 1920 for Withered Fig Black Denim Crissman Overshirt lined up below, courtesy of our guest writer John, aka @newenglandmenswear. We love putting out these Worn series, as they can really highlight some of the unique characteristics of an article of clothing. Unfortunately, time and available torsos are often an inhibitor for us in being able to pump out more of these. Fortunately, in the case of …

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Viberg 2020 Last - Sizing and Impressions

Viberg’s 2020 Last in their boots and shoes is an anatomical take with a mold that bends and curves with the feet. While Viberg has made a big push in getting this last out to the masses, we’d venture to say it still has a lot of welcoming feet in waiting that just haven’t had the opportunity to try it on. Read on for our impressions and sizing advice on the 2020 Last. For a …

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[Worn] Viberg Slippers in Camel Oiled Calf - One Month Review and Those Insoles

We’ve got a one month review of these Camel Oiled Calf Viberg Slippers lined up for you below, but alongside we took the time to figure out how to fix those pesky insoles that have become an issue on some of the more recent pairs of Vibergs. It’s pretty simple, but just something we thought we’d add for future reference if you ever have the same issue. We basically used some all-purpose rubber cement to re-attach the current insole to the base of the shoe. Simple and easy, fixed and done. Read on for more, and as always we thank you for taking the time to check out our blog posts!

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[Worn] Railcar Fine Goods X034 Denim - Two Year Review

Railcar Fine Good’s Journeyman X034 is their 16.5 oz proprietary denim that they ran from 2017 to 2019 before discontinuing the fabric in late 2019. While it has been discontinued, you can still find this Railcar denim on our store in select sizes, as well as from other retailers who may still have remaining stock. We wanted to highlight how this pair has worn in, even though it may be hard to find this pair …

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[Worn] Viberg for Withered Fig Tobacco Chamois RO Service Boot - Three Month Review

Viberg for Withered Fig Tobacco Chamois RO ‘Marvington II’ Service Boot is available for pre-order now through 1/22/2020 (5pm EST) on our pre-order product page. Viberg Tobacco Chamois Roughout Service Boot is the second iteration of the “Marvington” boot series that we brainstormed in collaboration with @marvaments and @cuffington. The ‘Marvington II’ boot was first introduced just a few months ago in March 2019. As with all Viberg for Withered Fig footwear thus far, you’ve got …

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