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Edward

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Bronson package arrived at my dad’s house today July 30th... so about 8 1/2 weeks. well within the old advertising slogan of “please allow 6to 8 weeks for delivery” lol!
 

Edward

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quick fit pics. didn't bother to iron them so pardon the wrinkles and folds.

HIGH QUALITY! Not thin crap at all. I am very impressed. very thick and well made. the t-shirts particularly surprised me. very heavy weave. I wish I had gotten more especially their "embryo" color (natural) as the milk white is just so normal :D These are the old style Tube weave no side seams shirts and they are really comfy.

the pants come with extra buttons inside incase you pop one and lose it. I don't know just how historically accurate they are to Army chinos but I didn't get them for that. very happy with my purchase and they go great with the A-2. I don't usually tuck in my t-shirt but this sort of high waist cut pants kind of demands it. ( even the insides of the pockets is really thick and tough unlike most pants that have that thin cheap feel when you put your hands in your pockets. very strong.. no holes happening here.. no losing your keys or loose change. :p

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Edward

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I fluctuate a bit in my waist size since I tend to run from time to time. these may not be true to size but then I am comparing them to my Levi 501 button fly jeans. These Bronson Chino are size 32 but a tight 32 and seem to fit more like my 31 inch waist Levi's. My 32 Levi's seem a bit looser than the chino's but then I have worn and washed these jeans for almost 2 years and these Chino's have yet to be worn and washed. so right now I see their 32 being more of a 31
 

Edward

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The T-shirts run true to size. these aren't your typical summer t-shirts. More like semi-casual autumn or winter shirt for wearing under a nice dress shirt. comfortable and true to fit.
 

mulceber

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Looks great! I’m glad that the ridiculous, Grand Tour approach to shipping proved worth it in the end. I’ve already got the tube t-shirts on my shopping list, but I might add a pair of the chinos as well. Ya done good!
 

dinomartino1

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Bronson fabric is good, the Buzz fabric is higher quality but so is the price.
Cut is nearly the same, the buzz is a slightly looser fit, both are high waisted and baggy just like the originals and might just be too baggy for some.
Inseam on the BR is the same as the originals, the Bronson is not, for most people this will not be a problem.
If you want to roll the legs up the buzz are made very long whatever size size you get, the Bronson are not, you probably will have no extra length to turn up.
Wash the chinos with the fly buttoned up to avoid the US army on the buttons being worn down in the spin cycle.
I have BR and Bronson chino's and unless you want an identical inseam and very long legs I would be buying Bronson.
 
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Flightengineer

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Bronson fabric is good, the Buzz fabric is higher quality but so is the price.
Cut is nearly the same, the buzz is a slightly looser fit, both are high waisted and baggy just like the originals and might just be too baggy for some.
Inseam on the BR is the same as the originals, the Bronson is not, for most people this will not be a problem.
If you want to roll the legs up the buzz are made very long whatever size size you get, the Bronson are not, you probably will have no extra length to turn up.
Wash the chinos with the fly buttoned up to avoid the US army on the buttons being worn down in the spin cycle.
I have BR and Bronson chino's and unless you want an identical inseam and very long legs I would be buying Bronson.
Oh yes, that's why I have among my many chino pants but for A2 usually I use wide ones in WW2 style from Uniqlo (vintage chino)- high waist and a wide hip, but they are slightly tapered.
 
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