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This is a thread I started in 2009. I revised this information for 2018 in a new thread enititled A REVISED PARADIGM FOR ESTIMATING GARMENT COMFORT LIMITS. It covers every garment type, including pants.
<p style=”padding-left: 30px;”>Thanks Richard, for your long standing service to the community. I’ve been referring back to this one infrequently, will try familiarise myself the new thread.</p>
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