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Which won't happen, product output is fixed. Its always the same one or two workers per jacket.Interesting. My A2 ordered July 11 2013 still hasn't shipped. That's 48 weeks. Neither have any of the people quoting 40-50 week wait times. Perhaps you got in at the front of that surge.My moto ordered 2/14/13 arrived 5/28/13 = 14 weeksMy varsity ordered 6/26/13 arrived 12/5/13 = 23 weeksA2 order 7/11/3 is @ 48 weeks so farMDR @ 24 weeks so farI'm not theorizing to stir up...
Where your first two jackets also motos? Each product line has different lead times.Generally, as long as I have watched this thread (1.5 years), lead times have only increased. Generally.Once upon a time lead times were 20 weeks. Lead times a year ago are 50+ weeks. Lead times now?I don't think you understand how this works. Once monthly orders placed outpace monthly production capacity, you are building the backlog. Production capacity is constant. Backlog increases at...
What a silly comment.You realize they have made jackets at the same rate for as long as the staff size has stayed the same? (1 or 2 workers per product line). The order log decrease is generally constant. The vast majority of orders do not go to members who are active on this thread. Look at the gallery (pulled from all over the web) to see a slightly more accurate representation of new jackets created.Final buyers will absolutely wait more than a year. I will put money on...
44 weeks and 20 weeks... and losing patience with the lack of transparency.
Because endless emails about "where's my order?", negative effect on the brand,and endless posts clogging up the main form of communication (this thread). Aka increased customer service demands and poor customer satisfaction.There are clear downsides to allowing a large backlog. Both in time and money. Is the extra capital worth it? Only Drew knows.
For what it's worth, I have to agree. With no disrespect intended to the TOJ team whatsoever, this entire issue could have been headed off with monthly order caps. Once lead times approached the multi month mark, order caps would have been a benefit to all. Added transparency, more accurate lead times, and solving the biggest customer complaint. Not to mention the email reduction on Charly. And it probably would have only driven increased business through...
30 weeks on an A2 order i try to forget
Price drop.. $600! Let's get this to a new home. Ordered a navy mdr, haha, couldn't wait.
You're killin me Ari
This is one of the best photos of back drape I've seen. Reminiscent of a cape almost.
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