or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread - Page 1140

post #17086 of 33620

Mike - any chance of more Natural Chromexcel belts any time soon?  Or ever?

post #17087 of 33620
Quote:
Originally Posted by jimney View Post

Mike - any chance of more Natural Chromexcel belts any time soon?  Or ever?
+1
post #17088 of 33620

Hello from Paris

 

I receive my Thorogood for Epaulet Horsehide No. 685 Boot

700

 

700

 

700

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXdQB-mR4tg

 

You all have a nice week end smile.gif

post #17089 of 33620
Nice boots
post #17090 of 33620
Hey all, never bought from Epaulet, but really interested in that Snorkel jacket. Do they offer a discount for Sfers?
post #17091 of 33620
No discount, but for the quality of their items, the prices are more than fair. But SFers do get the benefit of a no questions asked return policy, which is helpful if you're not sure about sizing.
post #17092 of 33620
Quote:
Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

Hey all, never bought from Epaulet, but really interested in that Snorkel jacket. Do they offer a discount for Sfers?

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

No discount, but for the quality of their items, the prices are more than fair. But SFers do get the benefit of a no questions asked return policy, which is helpful if you're not sure about sizing.

 

I can attest to the above. They are, hands down, the best to deal with pertaining to sizing, returns, questions on fit, etc. I'm a recent Epaulet convert. My first order was returned, and they were fantastic. Since then I have been ordering a few times a month, minimum. Once you hone in on your size/fit, look out. Their products along with their customer service will blow your mind. I find everything there a great value, hands down. Price is what you pay, value is what you get; you will be happy. Good luck.

post #17093 of 33620

Has anyone ordered the new Thorogood work oxfords? How are they?

 

I'm looking to improve my shoe collection and needed something casual for days when I'm not in business casual attire. 

 

I'd love to splurge and get a pair of Carmina's, but at my newbie stage of updating my wardrobe, I just can't bring myself to spend that much.


Edited by amathew - 12/1/12 at 9:51am
post #17094 of 33620
Quote:
Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

No discount, but for the quality of their items, the prices are more than fair. But SFers do get the benefit of a no questions asked return policy, which is helpful if you're not sure about sizing.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Costa View Post


I can attest to the above. They are, hands down, the best to deal with pertaining to sizing, returns, questions on fit, etc. I'm a recent Epaulet convert. My first order was returned, and they were fantastic. Since then I have been ordering a few times a month, minimum. Once you hone in on your size/fit, look out. Their products along with their customer service will blow your mind. I find everything there a great value, hands down. Price is what you pay, value is what you get; you will be happy. Good luck.

Quote:
Originally Posted by amathew View Post

Has anyone ordered the new Thorogood work oxfords? How are they?

I'm looking to improve my shoe collection and needed something casual for days when I'm not in business casual attire. 

Good to hear, for under $400 that jacket looks killer anyway. And it's nice to hear about the return policy, but luckily living in NY I have the benefit of going to the store.
post #17095 of 33620
Quote:
Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

No discount, but for the quality of their items, the prices are more than fair. But SFers do get the benefit of a no questions asked return policy, which is helpful if you're not sure about sizing.

Quoting this to say I agree. I recently got the baby camel hair jacket at about half price, $350-ish. I felt like I got a good deal. I was flipping through a JCrew catalog that came in the mail and saw a camel hair jacket that looked not nearly as nice...and they wanted $998 for it. Epaulet is certainly not cheap, but they are unquestionably a great value when you consider the level of quality you get compared to similarly priced or similarly made items.
post #17096 of 33620
Quote:
Originally Posted by ElDave View Post

Quoting this to say I agree. I recently got the baby camel hair jacket at about half price, $350-ish. I felt like I got a good deal. I was flipping through a JCrew catalog that came in the mail and saw a camel hair jacket that looked not nearly as nice...and they wanted $998 for it. Epaulet is certainly not cheap, but they are unquestionably a great value when you consider the level of quality you get compared to similarly priced or similarly made items.

And honestly, I tell Mike this ad nauseum, but the fact that he has all of his products made right here in the US is a huge reason why I started (and continue to) shop at Epaulet. For me its also important that Mike is local...he is part of the Brooklyn small business community (and NYC) and to me thats so important. It helps his products kick as too, but at so many levels, knowing all of my money stays in countries that have fair labor laws, and so much of its stays right here in the local community, is so important.
post #17097 of 33620
Quote:
Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

It helps his products kick as too, but at so many levels, knowing all of my money stays in countries that have fair labor laws, and so much of its stays right here in the local community, is so important.

 

Wait, Mike doesn't have this stuff made by slave children in third world sweatshops?  Damn, better return these pants then.

post #17098 of 33620
Quote:
Originally Posted by imatlas View Post


Anything light grey flannel going up?

Not exactly, but we've got four new wools to offer. 

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by SeventyFive View Post

Will the Napoli Hopsack sportcoat be restocked? Looks like it is already out in my size.

 

Absolutely. We've got every size except 36. We had 3 units of that, but two of them actually sold in the store when it was delivered, and before it went online. Apologies for that - we'll definitely restock it down the road. 

Quote:
Originally Posted by hookem12387 View Post

What's the lapel measurement on the napoli? Same as the other southwick jackets? The shoulder looks great.

Same as the other jackets:  2.75"

Quote:
Originally Posted by jimney View Post

Mike - any chance of more Natural Chromexcel belts any time soon?  Or ever?

 

Definitely, we're working on a full range of Chromexcel belts for the fall. They'll be thick and denim-friendly, along the lines of our last collection. 

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by bestak View Post

Hello from Paris

 

I receive my Thorogood for Epaulet Horsehide No. 685 Boot

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

700

 

700

 

700

 

 

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXdQB-mR4tg

 

You all have a nice week end smile.gif

Looking good! Thanks for picking them up! 

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by sridhar3 View Post

 

Wait, Mike doesn't have this stuff made by slave children in third world sweatshops?  Damn, better return these pants then.

 

Oh no worries, we've got our Epaulet Third World Slave Children collection coming out next season. Keep an eye out for it! 

post #17099 of 33620
This
Quote:
Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

And honestly, I tell Mike this ad nauseum, but the fact that he has all of his products made right here in the US is a huge reason why I started (and continue to) shop at Epaulet. For me its also important that Mike is local...he is part of the Brooklyn small business community (and NYC) and to me thats so important. It helps his products kick as too, but at so many levels, knowing all of my money stays in countries that have fair labor laws, and so much of its stays right here in the local community, is so important.

Agree with this completely, though I am not local. Where the pieces are made is the icing on the cake for me.
post #17100 of 33620
Quote:
Originally Posted by leftofthedial View Post

Definitely, we're working on a full range of Chromexcel belts for the fall. They'll be thick and denim-friendly, along the lines of our last collection. 

I love my natural chromexcel belt and would definitely buy some more in other colors, hopefully they come out sooner than fall of next year!

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Streetwear and Denim
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread