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Originally Posted by upgrayedd View Post

Is there any way to get the moleskin walts in a Rudy cut? Was hoping to see them listed on the new preorder page, but they're not there.

Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Oh yes, definitely. We have that fabric. I'll layer that in tomorrow.

 

 

Sorry to nag, but just wanted to check in on this. I know the deadline for the pre-orders is the 15th and it doesn't look like the moleskins have been added yet.

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Originally Posted by momentoftruth View Post

sungmineyo you might want to try a 30. I wear a size 29 in J Crew chinos and in raw denim, and my sz30 rivets are perfect (for reference I'm 5'10", 145-150 lbs)

Pants sizes pretty much don't really matter anymore. Also, where the pants sit on your hip will also dictate the size of the waist (this is called the rise of the pants). You should measure a pair of pants you have and then compare it to the measurements on the site. That should help a bit.
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Any re-ups on Golden Khaki in the rivets? Having checked out the forum they look ill!
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NYR, that's my favorite combo (navy slacks/tan shoes). Always has been. Very nice.
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Epaulet Special Edition N3-B Snorkel Parka

Hey guys,

This little project has been in works for almost a year. We partnered with Spiewak to put together a custom edition of their classic N3-B parka. They're one of the last remaining US brands (maybe actually the last one?) that still do production here in the States. Most of their US-made production goes to the Japanese market. I love these jackets, but it's difficult to find one that's (1) made domestically like they used to (2) has the genuine fur ruff and (3) doesn't fit like a hefty bag mating with a hot-air balloon.

As such, we decided to make our own. It fits great (just size it according to the instructions online). It's warm as hell. It's rain, sleet, hail, and snow resistant. It's nearly bulletproof. It has a bunch of little tweaks (olive liner, horn buttons, american flag patch inside, marled acrylic hood pile). And it has one really important tweak. The fur ruff zips off. If you've ever owned one of the real fur variants of this jacket, you know that cleaning it is a bitch. Spill something on the coat and you're out looking for (and paying for) a cleaner that handles fur. With this, just zip the ruff off and dry clean as usual.

We made 60 units total for the season. The sizing goes down to 32 (about a true 34R), so this is a great opportunity to get one of these jackets if you take a smaller size.


Epaulet Special Edition N3-B Snorkel Parka: $375
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New Southwick for Michael Kuhle Jackets

One other big launch for the day. Here's three new Southwick "Daltrey" jackets:


Daltrey Navy Heavyweight Wool: $795

I had an idea for this one. Why not make a sportcoat out of the heavyweight wool used for an overcoat? The result is awesome! It's about the weight of Harris Tweed, and you can wear it as a real outerwear piece. The hand on this Italian wool is incredible too.


Daltrey Wool/Cashmere Oatmeal Tattersall

Here's a cool piece that's a bit Italiano style. A really plush and luxurious wool/cashmere mix in a Fall-friendly tattersall of oatmeal and frost blue tones.


Daltrey Harris Tweed Olive Multi Tattersall: $795

Our new Harris Tweed jacket for the season, this one is a gorgeous patterned cloth. Warm as hell and tough as nails.
post #15877 of 29261
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

New Southwick for Michael Kuhle Jackets
One other big launch for the day. Here's three new Southwick "Daltrey" jackets:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Daltrey Wool/Cashmere Oatmeal Tattersall
Here's a cool piece that's a bit Italiano style. A really plush and luxurious wool/cashmere mix in a Fall-friendly tattersall of oatmeal and frost blue tones.

 

I'm really digging this one.

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Originally Posted by mymil View Post

I'm really digging this one.

Hah I was just looking at that. It is pretty sweet.
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My wallet will never forgive me for discovering how well the Epaulet Large shirts fit me. Actually, it might considering it, too, is from Epaulet. cheers.gif

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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Epaulet Special Edition N3-B Snorkel Parka
Hey guys,
This little project has been in works for almost a year. We partnered with Spiewak to put together a custom edition of their classic N3-B parka. They're one of the last remaining US brands (maybe actually the last one?) that still do production here in the States. Most of their US-made production goes to the Japanese market. I love these jackets, but it's difficult to find one that's (1) made domestically like they used to (2) has the genuine fur ruff and (3) doesn't fit like a hefty bag mating with a hot-air balloon.
As such, we decided to make our own. It fits great (just size it according to the instructions online). It's warm as hell. It's rain, sleet, hail, and snow resistant. It's nearly bulletproof. It has a bunch of little tweaks (olive liner, horn buttons, american flag patch inside, marled acrylic hood pile). And it has one really important tweak. The fur ruff zips off. If you've ever owned one of the real fur variants of this jacket, you know that cleaning it is a bitch. Spill something on the coat and you're out looking for (and paying for) a cleaner that handles fur. With this, just zip the ruff off and dry clean as usual.
We made 60 units total for the season. The sizing goes down to 32 (about a true 34R), so this is a great opportunity to get one of these jackets if you take a smaller size.

Epaulet Special Edition N3-B Snorkel Parka: $375

Sorry to re quote but damn, this is making me think I should pick this up.... What materials are used? down? I'm wondering if this can withstand the Toronto temperatures of -20 C to -30 C sometimes..?

edit.. 100% Nylon shell with 100% Acrylic hood liner and 100% Polyester thermo-fill
Edited by 7_rocket - 10/12/12 at 11:13pm
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Mike,

Is the blue/white stripes extra fine merino wool scarf ever going to be restocked? I was just trying to pick it up with the link I had saved, but it's not on your site anymore. frown.gif
post #15882 of 29261
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Epaulet Special Edition N3-B Snorkel Parka
Hey guys,
This little project has been in works for almost a year. We partnered with Spiewak to put together a custom edition of their classic N3-B parka. They're one of the last remaining US brands (maybe actually the last one?) that still do production here in the States. Most of their US-made production goes to the Japanese market. I love these jackets, but it's difficult to find one that's (1) made domestically like they used to (2) has the genuine fur ruff and (3) doesn't fit like a hefty bag mating with a hot-air balloon.
As such, we decided to make our own. It fits great (just size it according to the instructions online). It's warm as hell. It's rain, sleet, hail, and snow resistant. It's nearly bulletproof. It has a bunch of little tweaks (olive liner, horn buttons, american flag patch inside, marled acrylic hood pile). And it has one really important tweak. The fur ruff zips off. If you've ever owned one of the real fur variants of this jacket, you know that cleaning it is a bitch. Spill something on the coat and you're out looking for (and paying for) a cleaner that handles fur. With this, just zip the ruff off and dry clean as usual.
We made 60 units total for the season. The sizing goes down to 32 (about a true 34R), so this is a great opportunity to get one of these jackets if you take a smaller size. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Epaulet Special Edition N3-B Snorkel Parka: $375

I am very interested in this parka. I think it looks great.

Questions: I gather that the hood does not zip off with the fur ruff? Also, how does it fit over a sport coat? Would you recommend sizing up to fit over a SC?
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Tried on that wool cashmere in store and its sick... beautiful piece...I wish I wasn't so busted, and now that Spiewak...icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Yesterday:
Epaulet Camel Hair
Gitman Blue Flannel
Olive Flannels from FF#1
Cigar Brixton
Edited by NewYorkIslander - 10/13/12 at 5:21am
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Just received my factory finds from the first round. This material is just ridiculous, no pictures they can put up can do it justice. Ty!

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crosspost from the Carmina MTO thread.


Quick question regarding Carmina lasted trees.


Are they whole sizes only?

My MTO blue shell austerity oxford came with a whole size pair of lasted trees, even though the shoes themselves are 1/2 size larger.
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