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Old 01-14-07, 11:32 AM   #1
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Looking for companies that make clothes in XL-Tall

Hi Folks

I'm looking for companies that make clothes in XL-Tall. I'm 6'4", 220-230lbs, 36/36 pants. XXL works ok for tops for me, but they're a bit baggy. XXL is WAAYYY too baggy for pants, especially on a bike.

LLBean and Land's End both do XL-Tall. Cabela's does XL-Tall in some of their stuff, but I don't really like their styling. Columbia used to, but appears not to anymore.

I'm also interested in companies that do custom clothes. I know about Beyond Fleece, but would like to find someone that works with shell type materials as well as fleece.
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Old 01-14-07, 07:53 PM   #2
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http://www.foxwear.net/ this guy will fix you up!
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Ditto on Foxwear..Lou Binik is my man!
I'm 6'3 and 265 pounds
He's been outfitting me for a couple years, now.
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+1 for Foxwear--he will make clothes to fit anyone.
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I get my XL Tall shirts from Eddie Bauer.
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kohls , at least for button down shirts.
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