Philshoz wrote:You are basically stuffed and stuck with a suit too small for you.
Reading through your post you don't actually say if you tried it on in the shop, I presume/hope you did, so the alarm bells should have rung then and that was your chance to try a different suit on for comparison.
Hope it sells when it appears in the For Sale section.
You could go back and reason with the 'professional' ?
defever wrote:Just a little note, I think (not 100% sure) C-skins changed their sizing chart for 2012-2013 model (the current ones up on their website) compared to their models from previous years. I might be wrong but double check which year model you bought... If you paid more than £200.00 then it sounds like you bought the new model, but it might have been the last season stock that they just could not shift...
Unlucky for you, hopefully you can sort it out with a shop in a civilised manner. Remember who advised you, speak to someone else in the shop (the guy who advised you may decide to defend his actions and probably will not be helpful...). Good luck
ATTMFKH wrote:Size Small Tall ................... there's a clue right there ............. should've got a Small Extra Large Tall Medium
Seriously though , what kind of size is a Small Tall - it shows waist 30.5 , chest 37
ATTMFKH wrote:What happened with the rubber gear then fatty ?
Chris F wrote:Maybe the guy thought you were a shwinger when he saw your toight like a toiger pants, yes?
ATTMFKH wrote:OK - they have accepted liability - get your money off them. Totally within your rights to do so & then take your dollar elsewhere - only thing that will make them change the way they operate is to hit them in the bottom line
briggfoot wrote:Chris F wrote:Maybe the guy thought you were a shwinger when he saw your toight like a toiger pants, yes?
I shudda ashked him if he would like a shhhmoke an a pancake, but I jusht knew he'd say no, dere ish no pleashing sum people.......
Leven wrote:Thinner neoprene = more stretchy....common sense surely? Fold a piece of paper in half, then fold a phone book in half. The principle is the same.
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