unwearable do the feel


Senior Member
Good evening, I cannot understand this sentence I've found on an apparel site.
"I bought some made to measure chinos from another site that were basically unwearable do the feel and drape of the fabric. "
He's talking about a pair of pants he didn't like, but i really can't undestant what the underlined cut means.....
  • baldpate

    Senior Member
    UK, English
    I think the writer (who otherwise seems to have good command of English) has simply made a typographical error. Probably he meant to write something like "... unwearable due to the feel ..." - this is (to me) clearly the intended meaning.
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