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Sounds good - not interested in a black boot, but definitely let me know. Thanks!
Fair enough re: burgundy. Let's see if there is any interest in burgundy but Tifosi, I will keep you in the brown highland camp.And yes, E is their standard width.I am not sure how viable an antique style edge trim would be with the dainite, but I wouldn't be opposed to an antique style welt and/or edgetrim. Rydenfan, would you be down with the burgundy highland grain if we can find 3 more?
@tifosi and @rydenfan, you guys are the absolute best. I love it. Is the E width fine with you guys? You can see the various grain leather swatches here - they definitely have a brown highland grain but I just thought the burgundy highland grain had a bit more visual interest, but didn't veer to far into the red family. And would provide a nice deep color that could brighten our dreary winter lives. The Chestnut pin grain seemed much more red, which I wanted to...
Fellow G&G enthusiasts, I wanted to check and see if we might be able to get a G&G Thorpe Group MTO off the ground. I was inspired by the past two days of pouring rain here in NYC, the amazing recent Thorpe makeups posted upthread, and my own lack of a classy pair of boots that can handle this inclement weather. I have discussed placing the order through Skoaktibolaget and if we can get 5 participants, we avoid the MTO fees and can take advantage of their very attractive...
Fellow Skoak loyalists, I wanted to check and see if we might be able to get a G&G Thorpe Group MTO off the ground. I was inspired by the past two days of pouring rain here in NYC and the lack of a classy pair of boots that can handle this inclement weather. Considering the stock Skoak model was unavailable in my size, I thought let's see if we can do something slightly different. This boot would be killer and at an awesome price. Definitely post your interest and PM...
I haven't seen Greg preview this Monitaly jacket in particular. It's an awesome Belstaff-esque tan waxed jacket with a blanket lining - I can't wait until it drops. It's really sick. The Monitaly buy in general is awesome this season.
Greg, my guilt regarding my return rate definitely has nothing to do with your amusing horror stories - rest assured its my own neuroses. Ha. You and Kyle are great!And I agree with Newcomer, once you have your sizing dialed in for all your awesome brands, that makes it much, much easier to kop away.Ok, enough of this digression, let's all go back to happily kopping!!
Sotiris, definitely don't do it. It was the dumbest thing I have done all day. And you are 1000% right about seeing things in person - there is a sick Monitaly jacket that I saw in person that I now want that I would not have even looked at twice if I saw it online.Although one interesting thing I did figure out is that my return rate is about 15%, which is higher than I expected and makes me feel guilty. Apologies, Greg and Kyle, for that. I will definitely reduce...
@gdl203, Greg, are you going to have any special surprises for us at the coming Styleforum trunk show?
There are at least two more amazing Inglese flannel shirts that I saw on my recent visit that should be going up soon. They are gonna fly, so be ready!
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