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post #541 of 4520
I live in Dubai, do you have (or are getting) any pants that will do well in that hot weather? Need a few pairs for the office.
post #542 of 4520
The two pairs of trousers I recieved from you are very nice indeed. I'm very happy with them. May I suggest however, that in th future you think about having more material in the seat and fork for letting out as there really is no room for alteration. Also, the fly is very, very short...as in standing up to go the lavatory is an impossibility in these trousers. Another inch of zip would really go a long way.

All the best...looking forward to the spring/summer offerings.
post #543 of 4520
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Originally Posted by Darklink View Post
I live in Dubai, do you have (or are getting) any pants that will do well in that hot weather? Need a few pairs for the office.

We have a large order of lighter weight spring and summer pants coming soon. Lots of tropical wool, some silky super 140s, linens, and cottons.

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Originally Posted by Alexander Scriabin View Post
The two pairs of trousers I recieved from you are very nice indeed. I'm very happy with them. May I suggest however, that in th future you think about having more material in the seat and fork for letting out as there really is no room for alteration. Also, the fly is very, very short...as in standing up to go the lavatory is an impossibility in these trousers. Another inch of zip would really go a long way.

All the best...looking forward to the spring/summer offerings.

This sounds like a boast.

I'll take the requests under consideration. Glad you're happy with them generally.
post #544 of 4520
New socks!!! A couple of my favorites:







post #545 of 4520
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
We have a large order of lighter weight spring and summer pants coming soon. Lots of tropical wool, some silky super 140s, linens, and cottons.



This sounds like a boast.

I'll take the requests under consideration. Glad you're happy with them generally.

Haha, the rise is kinda low.
post #546 of 4520
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Haha, the rise is kinda low.

It's on the lower side, true, but that was intentional, and I think it's in the standard range.
post #547 of 4520
I'm a happy haberdasher! Our first shipment of private label, custom umbrellas have arrived from Italy and they are very, very nice. All solid shaft chestnut. Fourteen styles (navy, black, gray/orange, stripes, and eight tartans) Coming soon to the site.
post #548 of 4520
When do you hope to post the umbrellas up on your site?
post #549 of 4520
They already are.
post #550 of 4520
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They already are.

Most. Just one left to load.
post #551 of 4520
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
Most. Just one left to load.

any other MT brollies coming of other woods, silks, etc? solid pricing jamison. how many do you have of each?
post #552 of 4520
Just purchased a navy umbrella. Will post a review when it arrives (though it probably won't rain here for another month or two).
post #553 of 4520
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Just purchased a navy umbrella. Will post a review when it arrives (though it probably won't rain here for another month or two).

rock on.
post #554 of 4520
Awesome umbrellas Jamison! Love the tartans. I'm eagerly awaiting the new pants.
post #555 of 4520
Thanks, guys. The umbrellas are made in limited quantities. I'm more interested in variety so expect the stripes and tartans to sell out. And price was of major importance. You can have a little more fun with your umbrellas at this price--it doesn't need to be your only one. This will be it as far as sticks and canopies go for a little while. 14 different umbrellas makes a pretty good first collection. I think chestnut is a good material--sturdy and with nice color, but not excessively heavy.
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