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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

At the moment no - I've kind of moved from Longwings into Shortwings when it comes to Alden. We're running quite a few longwings with Carmina these days.

And the Smith Jean is planned for mid-September. We can definitely cut you an extra long inseam too icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

We've got all of the details for MTO Rivet Chinos as well. We're building out the item this weekend and it should go live next week. There's amazing stuff in there! And we'll be able to layer in all sorts of exotic fabrics too.

Nice! Can't wait for the denim and the MTO Rivets. I'm cool with shortwings instead of longwings too...anything else on the Leydon in the pipeline with Alden? That seems to be the best last for my feet. I've been trying a bunch of Carmina lately, but I haven't found any last yet that really feels good on my feet....I'll keep trying and hopefully one day I'll get one o them to work for me.
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So happy with the ruby shell...thinking it would set off a blazer and slim raw denim nicely.
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Originally Posted by OlafG View Post

36"

I have four like new Rivets in 34" at a friends house in Florida if anyones interested. The Rivets just didn't work for me.

After a few tries, I had to admit that they don't work for me either.
Sad to say that the reason is related to the size of my ass.
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Originally Posted by meso View Post

After a few tries, I had to admit that they don't work for me either.
Sad to say that the reason is related to the size of my ass.

Well...if anyone has any 32 rivets that aren't working...pm me (im on the other end of the ass size spectrum).
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

I went with the caramel calf. Mike recommended it on the basis that it breathes better than shell and is thus better for the LA climate. The shell looked really nice, better even, and he talked me out of it despite it being more expensive. So if you're in a warm weather climate year-round, check it out. Otherwise, I would go for the shell because it's really incredible looking and has that added durability for colder weather that people like me don't need.

Shell boots are still really wearable for me even in 100+ degree valley heat, as long as you have A/C at work it's fine
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How much can the walts be let out in the waist?
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Shell boots are still really wearable for me even in 100+ degree valley heat, as long as you have A/C at work it's fine
Likewise. I have no issues wearing them in the summer here in the valley.
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

How much can the walts be let out in the waist?
It's stated on the product description.

"About the Walt Trouser
The "Walt" is a slim trouser with a lot of consideration given to the fit. It's plain front with no pleats, and front-lined to the knee. The legs are slim but not too tight. The medium rise is comfortable to wear and keeps your shirt tucked in if you want it tucked. They're beautifully constructed with an inner waist curtain, taped & finished seams, and a split back waistband. These pants are meant to be worn for years, and the split waistband allows your tailor to perfectly take in or let out the waist up to 1.5". The inseam is finished at a plain-bottom 34", but this can be let out another inch if you need it."
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Can't wait for the Loden Boot!
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Balance Payments for Carmina MTO Projects

 

Hey everyone,

 

If you have any of those Carmina's on order, here is the online item where you can pay your balance. We're going to try and get as much packed and shipped over the weekend as possible!

 

Carmina MTO August Balance

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Originally Posted by NewYorkIslander View Post

Can't wait for the Loden Boot!

+1.
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In case everyone is waiting the sneakers are up!!!!

http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/new-arrivals

Are there any shots of these in the wild... I'd love to see them on a person
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Epaulet Sport Trainers

Hey guys!

In case you didn't get the newsletter, our sneakers are fully built out online. Thanks to everyone who's ordered so far!

First off, here's the story...

We are delighted to present the Epaulet Sport Trainer. This is our modern day re-interpretation of the athletic shoes issued to the West German army in the 1970s. We've retained the clean lines, slim shape, and minimal design of the original - but we've upgraded all of the materials to offer a truly high-end product. Produced at our Italian factory, Epaulet Sport Trainers perfectly compliment the casual side of our collection. And like all things Epaulet, they offer a phenomenal value for the price.

The Epaulet Sport Trainer is hand-made in Italy using the most sumptuous full grain Italian calfskin we could source. The comfortable last is modeled after the original - with a slim profile, low toe box, and perfectly rounded toe cap. An Italian-made natural rubber gum sole provides great traction and a cushioned ride. Each trainer includes flat waxed laces, round braided cotton laces, and a travel shoe bag. Like the original, it has no external branding whatsoever. Both whole and half sizes are available for a precise fit.

And now the four colors available:


Epaulet Sport Trainer White/Grey: $275


Epaulet Sport Trainer Navy Leather w/Navy Suede: $275


Epaulet Sport Trainer Cognac Leather: $275


Epaulet Sport Trainer Antique Pewter Leather: $275

And let me just explain the sizing really quick. The trainers run in European whole and half sizes. As stated, they run about a 1/2 size bigger than tagged.

We accounted for this in the US sizing equivalent. Typically an EU42 is a US9. We declare it to be a US9.5. So if you're ordering according to your usual US dress shoe size, then you don't need to size down a half. We've done that already for you in the item.

If you typically wear European sizes and you want to go by the Euro size on the sneakers, then you'll want to size down a half. If all of your current sneakers are EU42, then you'll want an EU41.5 in these.
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Argh someone buy my Carmina's so I can make a move here! Drooling over these pics
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