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Time to think about shorts ! http://www.wolfvsgoat.com/blogs/blog/13664453-the-short-version
I am not sure i am ready for league play, yet. I am lucky to have a good group of shooters at my club that have taken me under their wing. At this rate I will have thousands and thousands of rounds down range by the end of summer. If I am happy where I am at by then I will join a league for sure.I go hog hunting in June for the first time. I am excited because I picked up a savage .308 hog hunter. I used savage before hunting deer and I like the rifle. My hog hunter has a...
Over dye button downs are coming out of dye. Next finishing and shipping to me. Sanded Canvas Chino is out of dye going into finishing and then being shipped to me! All the special order shirts are wrapping up, finally. Being of May will be a good month to kop.
Today's blog post is very shirt history of the chino. http://www.wolfvsgoat.com/blogs/blog/13567213-whats-a-chino To add on a little that wasn't mention in the blog a mill here in the states called Galey and Lord were first to make chino's for the U.S. Military - I cut and pasted from their website. I want to do business with them but they are a pain to work with which is sad. As a producer of premium fabrics since 1886, Galey & Lord has been at the very core of...
I am already one step in head of you.
well technically they are your shirts but I am happy you are loving them.
Today's blog post has naked ladies -http://www.wolfvsgoat.com/blogs/blog/13541621-too-tough-for-its-own-goodThe tees are garment dyed, the oxfords are garment dye, and the chinos are garment dyed.
You need to take baby steps. An over dye MTM shirt is expensive. One off dye is expensive. You might want to read the Wolf vs Goat Blog. You need to understand the difference between a tee shirt and the gauge in which it's spun and how an oxford is woven. Comparing the two is like comparing apples to oranges. I appreciate your support and am happy to see you are excited. Baby steps.
My over dyed oxfords are 30's oxford made" Prepared for Dye" in Japan. I use a 30's cotton because I use enzymes , softeners, dye, and silicon to give them a particular hand. A low thread count allows the yarn to take a beating with out getting fragile so it can still be incredibly soft at the same time being durable.Technically oxford and pinpoint are the same thing but pinpoint has a higher thread count and uses a finer yarn. Just like duck canvas is the same as oxford...
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