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Mike, are you going to be doing any restocks of the gray flannel walts?

Absolutely. They're about three weeks out. We'll have both medium grey and light grey to choose from. I'm making a ton of them, so they'll be plenty of stock to go around.

We'll also fully restock Moleskins in Tan, Navy, and Olive.

Oh, I'm also happy to report that I had a fruitful trip to the trouser joint today. I found a ton of deadstock gems - including two new tones of tweed. We'll be hooked up in four weeks. I'll put up the swatches for a new round of preorders next week.
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Sorry about that, we've got them in stock - our team just hasn't been able to get them online yet. You need a special setup to shoot watches. They retail for $700.
I'm pretty decent at watch photography, just send one of each my way and I'll get you some pictures....should only cost you a watch J/K, really looking forward to seeing pics of these, I love MKII, Bill does good work with that line of watches.
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Whoa, this is awesome! Thanks for posting it up Keith. Pants porn!
My pleasure. I just added the pic of the Donegal tweeds. I still have to get them hemmed, but the fit is perfect and the fabric is gorgeous for autumn. Wait till you see the Epaulet shirt porn! (kidding )
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Yeah, I also appreciate those pics. Are the olive drab ones the rip stop Rivet chinos? I've been hoping to see a fit pic of those and that just makes me want a pair all the more, they look great.
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Yeah, I also appreciate those pics. Are the olive drab ones the rip stop Rivet chinos? I've been hoping to see a fit pic of those and that just makes me want a pair all the more, they look great.
Yup, those are the rip-stops. I love those things and would wear them every day if I could get away with it.
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Will the Olive Drab Rivet Chinos be restocked? I had been planning to pick up a pair, and just noticed my size is sold out. Wont let that happen again...
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Will the Olive Drab Rivet Chinos be restocked?

I had been planning to pick up a pair, and just noticed my size is sold out. Wont let that happen again...

Ahh sorry, the mill is totally tapped out for this fabric. We'll definitely make more, but it will most likely be in early 2011. But don't fear, I'll definitely bring in an Olive Twill with a similar color tone for Fall.
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Got my olive flannels.

Great merciful crap they are amazing.

They are at the tailor's and I will have photos upon their return.
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Mike what colors do you think would work well with the OD chinos? Hopefully I'll be picking up mine from the p.o. today.

Also I find that hang drying my shirts leave them extremely wrinkled how hot do you set your iron to?
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post
Got my olive flannels. Great merciful crap they are amazing. They are at the tailor's and I will have photos upon their return.
Can't wait for the pics Thanks for picking them up!
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Mike what colors do you think would work well with the OD chinos? Hopefully I'll be picking up mine from the p.o. today. Also I find that hang drying my shirts leave them extremely wrinkled how hot do you set your iron to?
That OD's a pretty versatile color. I've worn mine with white, light blue, charcoal, black, a whole range of plaids, and very washed out reds. And forget the iron - I tossed out mine years ago. Get a steamer! We use this one at the store: http://www.amazon.com/Conair-GS7R-Co...5180250&sr=1-6 It runs $60 and it's worth every cent. No ironing board is necessary. There's much less danger of burning the fabric. And it bangs out a cotton shirt in no time.
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British Khaki Chinos

hey kgmessier,

first time posting but... would you mind ID-ing the boots you've got on in the khaki chinos pic? they look like roys to me but not 100% sure.

thank you a bunch!
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post
And forget the iron - I tossed out mine years ago. Get a steamer! We use this one at the store:

http://www.amazon.com/Conair-GS7R-Co...5180250&sr=1-6

It runs $60 and it's worth every cent. No ironing board is necessary. There's much less danger of burning the fabric. And it bangs out a cotton shirt in no time.

Just kopped this, interested to try it out as I'm terrible at ironing. Thanks for the tip!
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Originally Posted by dial_aleph View Post

hey kgmessier,

first time posting but... would you mind ID-ing the boots you've got on in the khaki chinos pic? they look like roys to me but not 100% sure.

thank you a bunch!

I'm thinking that they're Clarks Originals Desert Boots. Did I get it right Keith?

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Just kopped this, interested to try it out as I'm terrible at ironing. Thanks for the tip!

Nice! Ours has been running for two years strong. Just be sure to use distilled water with it - never tap or normal bottled water.
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I'm thinking that they're Clarks Originals Desert Boots. Did I get it right Keith?

We have a winner! Care to guess the material...and shoe size?
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Just be sure to use distilled water with it - never tap or normal bottled water.


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