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Yes sorry, that sold within 2 minutes of posting it.Size 36 guys - don't sleep on this! Just one piece in that size.Yup. Nearly every cotton LBM jacket is machine washable, as nearly all of them are garment dyed. You'll just want to be religious about cold wash / hang dry. Do not put them in a dryer under any circumstances.An older one, yes.I'll be the first one to admit, I'm not very good at keeping basic shirts in stock. The fact that we don't have a Navy gingham B/D for...
Indigo Dyed LBM 1911 Jackets Hey guys, The long-awaited Indigo LBM jackets are live! Here's the story on them: We're thrilled to introduce these special edition L.B.M. 1911 jackets! The story goes as such. Last season (Fall 13), we had a handful of summer-weight jackets that were unsold. They were in a mixture of cotton pique and poplin. We brought them to our dye house in Los Angeles and selected a Japanese plant-based indigo dye. All of the buttons were removed, and...
It's pretty minimal provided you're sticking to cold wash/hang dry. Don't worry about sizing up for the top block. And either hem the pants after the first wash, or allow an extra 0.5" in length if you're hemming pre-wash.I'd say that most of our customers wear the same size in the Walt and the Rivet, but that often depends upon your particular build.In the case of a customer who wears the same size, you can disregard the real waist size difference between the Walt &...
Yup, that's entirely correct. Our EPLA stuff goes through a commercial dyehouse, so the enzyme washing is extensive and ages the fabric a bit.The Driggs are casually washed on the East Coast, so it's only to soften things up a bit. An MTO cotton driggs will look the same after a few washes as the OTR washed model.Definitely. We just received a nice restock of all G&L colors too.They look great. Are those the OG British Khaki ones?¡a huevo vato!
Ah unfortunately those are long one.Nice! Perfect fit on those
They'll be two price breaks: $1050 and $1150. It's dependent upon the fabric, so it's running about $150 - $200 more than the OTR Vittorio. This is a combination of the single unit upcharge from the factory and the additional cost of duties and clearing on a single unit.That said, the $1150 covers a lot of Loro Piana, Zegna, and E.Thomas fabrics - all of which are pricey and seriously boss. Even with the MTO upcharge, these are still a great deal.AND, we can certainly try...
Thank you sir! It's a killer color - I think that you'll really dig it.Yup, I've had both cameras.I would absolutely advise the RX100 over the NEX-6. The NEX is pretty good, but that kit lens is kind of shite, so you'd have to buy more glass to get truly good photos out of it. The RX100 has a great lens and is a way more portable and comfortable camera to use. I easily get 10x the amount of use out of it.And I'm not sure what your budget is, but if you're willing to spend...
Probably, but the best route is to measure a similar jacket that you own to see how it matches up with our specs. And yes, we'll definitely restock the Doyle in Olive Duck. A little birdie told me that it's going to come in French Blue Organic Duck as well.Got your email - thanks! We'll get you covered for that.They should arrive in NYC at the end of this week, probably online next week.Not really. It's going to look like a Chambray jacket, which is pretty close to the...
Yup, I'd say so. You can most likely wear either size (ex I take a 41 Southwick but comfortably wear a 40 Doyle), but getting the 39 is safe. If it's big, it will only be by a little bit, and that works nicely with the shape and vibe of the Doyle jacket.It's a very easy item to fit overall. The odd sizes are nice for this preorder, but we've sold about 200 Doyles already with the even-only sizing, and it works fine for many guys who actually require odd sizes in their...
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