white or cream woolen flannel
Posted 15 November 2010 - 04:50 AM
(I enquired regarding both the Classic and Medium Weight flannels).
Edited by Lokar, 15 November 2010 - 04:51 AM.
Posted 15 November 2010 - 05:12 AM
Posted 15 November 2010 - 05:44 AM
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Posted 20 November 2010 - 11:33 AM
nice let me know please
http://asuitableward...d-trousers.html (white gaberdine or white linen???)
Fox Flannel has a spotted white flannel at 10oz. It is uber flimsy & delicate. But order a sample and you will see for yourself. The company itself was deplorable to deal with a few years ago
The LL Light Grey flannel was a worsted, at 11oz...but is sold out
Posted 08 December 2010 - 05:24 AM
Anyway, here are the samples. I'll mention after each scan how accurate the colour is. I'd have taken photos instead of scanning but the light quality in winter here is so poor they'd be worse. If I get lucky and we have a bright day I'll update this with more accurate photos.
Type: CBT5 (Lambswool)
Weight: 370/400 (oz weight not listed, but if 760g is 25oz then 380 is 12.5oz, so this is 12-13 or so I would guess - if someone could clarify the oz weight that'd be nice).
I darkened this one as much as I could, it's still off though - it's a slightly darker grey than this.
This one is quite accurate - in poor lighting it looks black, but in decent lighting it's clearly a very dark grey.
Weight: Not mentioned in the stuff I received or on Fox's website. I have some accurate low-weight scales and compared the previous two samples (which are the exact same size) and they all came out at exactly the same, so I would guess it's the same weight.
Price: Again, not mentioned. I would guess it's the same price, as well. Obviously ask Fox first.
This one is pretty much perfect - a bit bright because it was scanned, but the colour is accurate.
Type: CWF5 (Lambswool)
The first two are perfect, as is the last one. The next to last one is almost a midnight blue - a little too much blue to be called that though. Samples 3, 4 and 5 are all a little too bright.
They feel nice and I'd love to make up a pair of trousers in the FS692. Great summer trousers.
There's a surcharge of 25% based on a 75m price for short lengths.
Also, Fox seem to offer a good range of weights. The lowest they have is "Super 120's Pure New Wool" 185/215, but they go up to "Brtish Wood" 970/1000.
Edited by Lokar, 08 December 2010 - 05:32 AM.
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