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post #151 of 4628
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
Yes, I definitely would, but the problem is that delivery lead times can be very long--i.e. months, and there's always the possibility that they won't deliver on time or a complete order.

Does this mean that you won't be restocking the 32 gray flannels any time soon?
post #152 of 4628
Talk about fast shipping! My order is already here!

Both the flannel and the twill are really great. They are definitely fall weight. I am definitely picking up a couple more pairs in early october (hope there is 1 or 2 left in my size when I order).
post #153 of 4628
Excellent, srivats! Glad you're happy with them.

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Does this mean that you won't be restocking the 32 gray flannels any time soon?

I was going to wait until tonight to post about this, but ... I will be talking to the factory tomorrow to see just how much fabric they have left. Delivery would be for around the end of October. If they have enough left to cut an order, I'll be getting them in 28/44, and restocking the size 32/48.

post #154 of 4628
I am going to be able to get a few more pairs of the light gray flannel in size EU 48 / US 32 and will get them as well in size EU 44 / US 28. They should be delivered around the end of October. Quantities will be limited for both, however.
post #155 of 4628
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I am going to be able to get a few more pairs of the light gray flannel in size EU 48 / US 32 and will get them as well in size EU 44 / US 28. They should be delivered around the end of October. Quantities will be limited for both, however.

I am tempted to get another pair of light grey flannel myself. It is going to be a really versatile pair of trousers.

Are there any plans for moleskins/tweed trousers in a similar cut for fall?
post #156 of 4628
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Yes, I definitely would, but the problem is that delivery lead times can be very long--i.e. months, and there's always the possibility that they won't deliver on time or a complete order.
My idea would be to get pre-orders for spring. If you haven't already sent in the orders already.
post #157 of 4628
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I am tempted to get another pair of light grey flannel myself. It is going to be a really versatile pair of trousers.

Are there any plans for moleskins/tweed trousers in a similar cut for fall?

I know what you mean. I might end up keeping a second pair myself.

This fall or next fall?

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My idea would be to get pre-orders for spring. If you haven't already sent in the orders already.

I'll think about it. I imagine it might make more sense for fall 2010, since some of you will have had a chance to wear them and see how you feel about the cut by then. Plus the Spring 2010 order is already in.
post #158 of 4628
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Plus the Spring 2010 order is already in.
Any fun colours for spring or is that a secret? My tie bar arrived today. Beautiful. Thanks again Jamison and the handwritten note is always a nice touch. Kudos.
post #159 of 4628
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I know what you mean. I might end up keeping a second pair myself.

This fall or next fall?


Both! I've been looking for good moleskins for a long time. Orvis tweed is good, but it is too baggy for me. If you offer moleskins/tweed in a similar cut, it WILL sell out.
post #160 of 4628
I'd just like to commend Jamison on outstanding service in this public domain.

I ordered the brown antiqued calf wallet last night and recieved an email this morning apologising as it has sold out.

To rectify the situation he has offered to send me the dark brown wallet instead and has given me a refund of the postage, and is sending the product via USPS Priority.

Excellent customer service and a case of "putting it right" in the first degree. Well done

J
post #161 of 4628
Bummer! I was getting set to order the tan calf wallet at some point soon.
post #162 of 4628
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Originally Posted by hammer07 View Post
Any fun colours for spring or is that a secret?

My tie bar arrived today. Beautiful. Thanks again Jamison and the handwritten note is always a nice touch. Kudos.

Excellent! Glad you like it. Hey, you guys place an order, the least I can do is thank you.

As for fun colors, there will be a few for spring, but the emphasis is on well-made, well-priced basics (gray tropical wool, tan linen, etc).

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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
Both! I've been looking for good moleskins for a long time. Orvis tweed is good, but it is too baggy for me. If you offer moleskins/tweed in a similar cut, it WILL sell out.

I looked at lots and lots of patterned wools for this fall and there was nothing I liked. No knock against Zanella, but much of it reminded me of their most eccentric fabrics. I will definitely be getting some patterned wools for Fall 2010, and in the meantime will pick up what I can. There's a wool/cashmere heavier flannel that I've got my eye on, for one.

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Originally Posted by JohnsNotHere View Post
I'd just like to commend Jamison on outstanding service in this public domain.

I ordered the brown antiqued calf wallet last night and recieved an email this morning apologising as it has sold out.

To rectify the situation he has offered to send me the dark brown wallet instead and has given me a refund of the postage, and is sending the product via USPS Priority.

Excellent customer service and a case of "putting it right" in the first degree. Well done

J

Thanks! It was a frustrating mistake on my part and I'm happy to cover the international shipping.
post #163 of 4628
J - do you still have any of the leather attache cases/pochettes in stock from last year?
post #164 of 4628
J, don't know if your measurements are up yet. I'm thinking I might need a 31 in the lt. grey flannels (depending on the actual measurements) and would prefer getting the correct size instead of letting out a 30 or taking in a 32... I appreciate that you don't want to be stuck with a bunch of 31s or 35s, but I can't help but think that statistically speaking, there must be as many guys who actually measure/need a 31 as there are who measure 32 around the waist.

Also, re measurements: where exactly do you guys measure width for the thigh and knee? Leg opening is easy to figure out, but a reference vs. top of waistband would be helpful for the other two i.e. thigh measured x inches from top of waistband.
post #165 of 4628
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Originally Posted by triniboy27 View Post
J - do you still have any of the leather attache cases/pochettes in stock from last year?

Sold out. My leather goods maker had to dramatically raise prices after my initial order, unfortunately, so if I was to reorder, they would have been priced well north of $400. I've got two things in development, however, so we'll see. It will be a while.
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