Dood, in Canada this has been the case for years, as we receive both European & American imports (though both are now outsourced, the two industries use different sizing). Canadian clothing companies usually err towards the European but more commercial strains such as Buffalo size closer to American "inflationism" (while making it seem that you are skinnier than you think). Whenever I go to Amsterdam or Berlin or Spain I realise that I am actually a 34. Not 32. You should talk to my SO about this, I am guessing the factories are given specific instructions as per size, then the tag is sewed on which doesn't necessarily correlate to the size measurements. _tV
October 30, 2006 09:46 AM
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