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Originally Posted by mbrokerny View Post
Mike, make sure you check out that bioluminescent bay shit. supposed to be awesome.
Man, I wanted to - but there's been random rainstorms every day and that's apparently knocked out all of the Bioluminescent action. So instead, I'm just having a ton of beer and eating my face off at the breakfast buffet each morning.
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Originally Posted by slappy View Post
I stopped by the shop a week or so ago for the first time, Im from LA though now living in DC. Mike was a cool guy, we talked about the leather jackets and sports coats hes making. I bought a pair of the OD chinos and a red gingham short sleeve shirt, he also threw in an extra little present for me. The chinos are great as usual and the shirt is really nice looking though it has a burn in the bottom of it thanks to some guy at a bar. Anyways it was nice meeting him and Ill stop by whenever I visit my friend in Queens again.
Thanks again for coming through - it was great meeting you too!
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Is there any way to get on a mailing list for when you re-stock the Rivet Chino's? I don't want to miss out on a size.

I bought a pair in size 30, thought they were slightly big for my taste, but decided to wear them anyway. I'm absolutely in love with them, definitely the best Khaki/Chino pants I've ever owned. I'll rock them till you re-stock, would love to order and try a 29 on when they are available as I think it will fit a little better.

My 30's are great, i'm just a little neurotic about sizing.

Thanks for the great clothing and service. The hand-written note was a nice touch.
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post
And we're scheduling a lot of new product to go live right after we return. Here's the short list:

MKII for Epaulet automatic Swiss-made watches

Requoted for anticipation.
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That caught my eye too.
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^ Oh man, I'm so excited for the MKII watches!

We're going to be their sole independent distributor in the USA. If you're not familiar with MKII, it's a small watch company in Pennsylvania who produce handsome military watches in Switzerland. The quality is phenomenal for the price. They have Swiss-made ETA automatic movements, double-domed Sapphire crystals, and a whole bunch of other features (which we'll list in detail with the product launch)

For our first drop, we'll do special makeups of two models - the Seafighter and the Vantage:





The price on these will be about $700. More info and pics to come next week!
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At that price I think I'd rather have a Stowa instead.
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Wow, your doing MKII....nice! They make some solid pieces for the money, I had a first run Quad 10 way back in the day when they were just starting out, always have liked what Bill Yao put out under MK II, I miss his old custom Seiko days too, had a few 007s that he had a hand in which were pretty cool.
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post
Man, I wanted to - but there's been random rainstorms every day and that's apparently knocked out all of the Bioluminescent action. So instead, I'm just having a ton of beer and eating my face off at the breakfast buffet each morning. !
That'll work too! Enjoy the rest of your vacation. MKII - Its funny that some American products can only be found overseas, its kinda like a lot of the vintage American wear that can only be found in Japan. Looking forward to seeing the Sea Fighter.
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Very vague I know know, but would the smith jean fit me? I'm 6'4 210lbs looking for a jean thats not super tight in the seat and thigh but skinny down low. I can't find a jean that doesnt look puffy at the bottom and these sound perfect. However I don't know if the inseam is long enough...do you offer anything longer? Thanks.
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Nice looking Vantage...looks like an Explorer I, but not 3-5k.
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Originally Posted by cgurr View Post
Very vague I know know, but would the smith jean fit me? I'm 6'4 210lbs looking for a jean thats not super tight in the seat and thigh but skinny down low. I can't find a jean that doesnt look puffy at the bottom and these sound perfect. However I don't know if the inseam is long enough...do you offer anything longer? Thanks.

Well, the Smith fits about 80% of our customers pretty well, so as long as you've got slim-ish legs, then you should have no problems. Given your height/weight ratio, I think that the overall fit will be good.

Length could definitely be an issue - but that depends on how long your legs are. What inseam do you typically wear? If you want to send me specifics via PM, we can figure out if they'll work for you.

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Originally Posted by PartagasIV View Post
Nice looking Vantage...looks like an Explorer I, but not 3-5k.

I know, I love it for that. It's a perfect dress-to-casual piece, and a great choice as a solo watch. I think that both of these pieces look better in real life too - so we'll definitely do a series of natural-light pics. We tweaked the details ever so slightly for our editions.
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Wow, that is a beautiful watch!
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Would be interesting to see what you come up with. A friend of mine has a MkII Quad10 of which I am incredibly jealous.
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Anybody know why the one pair of Smith jeans where you can choose between 34" and 36" inseam says the length will shrink 1"-1.5"?? They are sanforized just like the rest of the jeans, which say should shrink .5".
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So I'm thinking about buying a pair of smiths and maybe some chinos and I have a couple of question about sizing. What size(s) should I get in both (31 or 32/ 30 or 31 ). I am a 31.5 inch waist. Finally, what is the most versatile colour for chinos?
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