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post #16291 of 32778
Man, I so wish I can quit my job to take pictures full time. I guess the hindsight is that I won't have the moolah to buy this stuff.

Olive service pants:
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post #16292 of 32778
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Originally Posted by PorterInjax View Post

Mike,
I've been holding off on any more boot purchases pending the ruby boot pre-order. I will take the open slot. (need more shell boots like I need a hole in my head...but the are RUBY smile.gif)

You got it! I'm going to put that together this evening. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post

I'm looking at the Sinclair Shortwing Boot Saddle Shell Cordovan and considering getting a pair of these. I wear a size 11D Alden Barrie Last, which size would I need to get these in and do you know when you might have these in stock?

Also looking to check out the ruby boot is there somewhere I can go to check these out?

You'd most likely take a size 10.5UK, as most guys size down a half from their Barrie Last fit. I'm unfortunately out of that size in the Sinclair Saddle (no immediate reorder on the horizon), but I've got that in two other shell carmina boots:

Sinclair Shortwing Boot in Burgundy Shell Cordovan. The color on this is beautiful, and it fits this season brilliantly.
http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/the-1853/Sinclair-Shortwing-Boot-Burgundy/Detail

Anderson Jumper Boot in Cognac Shell Cordovan. This is straight-up one of the best looking things that has ever graced our shelves. It's gorgeous!
http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/the-1898/Anderson-Jumper-Boot-Cognac/Detail

The Ruby Shell makeup was arranged in our Epaulet x Carmina thread. Definitely consider subscribing, the guys there have been putting some brilliant makeups together. That particular one is all spoken for, but we're running new makeups every few weeks:
http://www.styleforum.net/t/277505/epaulet-x-carmina-mto/0_90
post #16293 of 32778
Mike, crazy pictures. Sandy left some devastation behind for sure, glad to hear you made out OK. Unbelievable.

Trying to distract myself with less meaningful things in the grand scheme, do you have any plans for a make up of the Steinbeck Shortwing Boot with that combination Dainite sole in Caramel Calf skin colorway? That right there would be my ideal and grail (if I can use that word loosely) boot at the moment. That boot is insane, but I prefer lighter brown colorways.
post #16294 of 32778
Glad to hear you guys and the shops made it. I'm pretty sure you'd have SFers flying into town days early just to help hold some boxes above the flood water.
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post


You got it! I'm going to put that together this evening. Thanks!
You'd most likely take a size 10.5UK, as most guys size down a half from their Barrie Last fit. I'm unfortunately out of that size in the Sinclair Saddle (no immediate reorder on the horizon), but I've got that in two other shell carmina boots:
Sinclair Shortwing Boot in Burgundy Shell Cordovan. The color on this is beautiful, and it fits this season brilliantly.
http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/the-1853/Sinclair-Shortwing-Boot-Burgundy/Detail
Anderson Jumper Boot in Cognac Shell Cordovan. This is straight-up one of the best looking things that has ever graced our shelves. It's gorgeous!
http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/the-1898/Anderson-Jumper-Boot-Cognac/Detail
The Ruby Shell makeup was arranged in our Epaulet x Carmina thread. Definitely consider subscribing, the guys there have been putting some brilliant makeups together. That particular one is all spoken for, but we're running new makeups every few weeks:
http://www.styleforum.net/t/277505/epaulet-x-carmina-mto/0_90

Thanks for the quick response.

 

Stay safe.

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700

 

The shop is not flooded that's good news.

your cordovan leather shoes were not transformed into  hippocampus leather

 

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Edited by bestak - 10/31/12 at 6:43am
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

I have the rust steep twill and it is a heavy fabric. I think they will definitely wear warmer than jeans. I think they are a three season trouser: fall/winter/spring. You might get away with them in decent 70 degree weather, though, particularly in low humidity.
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Hmm, I'd definitely say that they're too thick for Costa Rica. They're pretty warm and lofty.
Regiment Twills would definitely be a better choice. Above and beyond that, I can definitely recommend the UK Sanded Canvas in either Olive or Butterscotch. Olive is a more versatile tone IMO. I wore these very comfortably on 70-degree days - or warmer - and it's a tough fabric that will wear very hard.

Thanks for the replies, guys, it looks like I'll be holding off on the steep twills in favor of something lighter.

Also, I'm glad to hear that everyone in NYC is doing ok!
post #16298 of 32778
A little return to normalcy:
EpauletxBuzzLightyer Costume, one kid screaming bloody murder the other picking her nose, normalcy. (Rivets and Shirt Jacket)
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After T or T:
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For Mike, Matt, or those of you who have purchased the superfine merino wool sweaters, how do you know what size it is? I can't seem to find a size tag on mine. It fits me perfectly, so I'm keeping it regardless, but I was just curious to know if I received the large that I ordered so I know what size to purchase in the future. Thanks guys.
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Originally Posted by thecool85 View Post

For Mike, Matt, or those of you who have purchased the superfine merino wool sweaters, how do you know what size it is? I can't seem to find a size tag on mine. It fits me perfectly, so I'm keeping it regardless, but I was just curious to know if I received the large that I ordered so I know what size to purchase in the future. Thanks guys.

 

There should be a hangtag with either size large or 50 on it. They're EUR sizing on the manufacturer tag since they're made in Italy.

post #16301 of 32778
I'm sorry if this isn't the place, but a lot of NYers (especially here in Brooklyn and SI) have lost EVERYTHING. if you're local please check with your local city council rep, and donate what you can. My wife and I packed a whole bag of toys and clothes and dropped them off while Trick or Treatin', so any local guys, please check in with em...
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post


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That jacket looks great on you.

 

Glad you are safe, and thanks for suggesting we help those who are not.

post #16303 of 32778
Just wanted to give feedback--the olive moleskin overshirt is fantastic! Killer job, Mike and co.
post #16304 of 32778
Rob, what's the denim?
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Originally Posted by leftofthedial View Post

There should be a hangtag with either size large or 50 on it. They're EUR sizing on the manufacturer tag since they're made in Italy.

Ahh, I see it. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

I'm sorry if this isn't the place, but a lot of NYers (especially here in Brooklyn and SI) have lost EVERYTHING. if you're local please check with your local city council rep, and donate what you can. My wife and I packed a whole bag of toys and clothes and dropped them off while Trick or Treatin', so any local guys, please check in with em...

To add to this, even if you're not local, there are plenty of places accepting monetary aid. Not trying to browbeat anyone, but anything you give is always extremely appreciated.
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