It’s has proven at times true , the brand Abercrombie and Fitch has said publicly they will neverThere's also the issue of exclusivity boosting appeal. We bigger guys are assumed to be a poor image for anything halfway stylish or youthful, regardless of how well we might wear clothes.
High end workwear stops at 46/40 if it's a US/Euro brand (regardless of where made), and 44/38 if a Far East brand.
Make xl or xxl clothes for larger sized women as they don’t want overweight people wearing their clothes
Most companies won’t publicly state that , it’s rare to have brutal honesty.
I gotta say that I’m not offended as it allows purveyors like 5 star or others like San Diego leather factory
Fill the void , and they both from my experience will give you custom options which is actually for me the
Route I would go anyway, as like my personal custom options, like an interior pocket and maybe a different