Thin Finn Black Ring Sizing Help!!!

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  1. dtho100 New Member

    dtho100

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    Hey,

    This is my first time posting, so yeah..straight to the point!

    I am looking to buy a pair of thin finn black ring, but don't know about the sizing and stretch.
    I already have a pair of thin finn org. twill, and those are in 29/32. The fit is really nice, but I would like it a bit tighter around the legs for my next pair.

    What I'm wondering is if I would be able to get the black rings in a 28 waist. Would it be much tighter than the twills? The twills are only 2% elastane, whereas the black rings are 3%, so I would assume that extra 1% of elastane would compensate for the decrease in size a bit. So would I be able to size down without much hassle?

    Has anybody had experience with the black rings? And how do they stretch over time?

    Thanks alot!

    p.s. If anyone had experience with the black rings, how do they fade?
     
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    I have a brand new pair of both dry broken twill and black ring in 31/32..
    The Black Rings are a tiny bit tighter around the legs. But that might be because the broken twill are a different fabric, which are a bit more "stiff" in the beginning.

    Also the pairs are brand new, so cant say much about stretching. The black ring shouldnt fade like a dry pair - they will just get a lighter colour all over. But hey, just dont wash them ;)

    I think you would be okay dropping a size. Or you could order both, and sent one back...

    Hope it helps :)
     
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    Nice, thanks!
     

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