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Damn, does this mean the duck/non-denim Wilshire fabrics you mentioned awhile ago won't be here until Spring, or are they already on order?
Rogue Territory just released a 13.5 oz lined denim jacket. There are plenty of Japanese brands that have lined heavyweight denim (look at Self Edge's stuff), but those are anomalies. Using a lighter fabric makes sense since you simply don't need the same thickness due to the lining...doesn't mean it can't/shouldn't be done.Edit...saw that you said waxed cotton. I'd have to look for that but there are definitely duck/canvas jackets with it. If it works for denim then...
Mike, would you ever consider doing a version of the rivet chino with back patch pockets, similar to Levi's "hybrid pant" seen below? http://us.levi.com/product/index.jsp?productId=16898436&jsessionid=hQ12JlbJWSNblphTypj17vLFVZqR77YFTr7Wl4x2HVv0bbW9NV2z!2078463405&&cp=3146842.3146845.3146858.13225273&fbn=16898436|null|null seems more brands are offering them, but the fit/quality of the rivet is awesome, so it could be a good combo.
Just because Filson doesn't do it means it can't be done. You can find a lot of products that are just as heavy with lining. Gustin could always use a lighter fabric if they're concerned with mobility and/or cost.
Think you'll ever do a cord supply jacket? A sherpa lined cord one would be pretty killer.
Hadn't thought of this but that would be even better than the original IMO.
When do you expect the sweaters to go up for sale?
You guys should do a waxed trucker with a cord collar. The dark oak would look awesome with one.
Josh, will this fabric make a return anytime soon? https://www.weargustin.com/store/704
Regarding other recommendations, I agree with what some others have said: a more classic fit that's tapered would be great and likely popular, and a shorter version of the workshirt (or both shirts) would be great since I'm not tucking those.
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