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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

Nice! Not to be an instigator but petrol is amazing in person. I think I am going back for rust twill and cloud sanded

Sorry, but where is the MTO twill fabrics for those? I had the page up yesterday. I thought today was the last day?
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Duck on duck crime (and EP OCBD)

I am Soooo sold on the Doyle. I'll be stocking up in more colours and fabrics for sure.

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Dat camo camigata.. Should be right up wj's alley :fistbump:

 

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Thanks for posting the links rydenfan. We'll have the preorder open through today and I'll take the items offline sometime tomorrow so that we can consolidate the quantities and place the order. This is typically a slower time for most factories, so we should get a quick turnaround on these.
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Dat camo camigata.. Should be right up wj's alley fistbump.gif
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Just confirmed this order yesterday. This camo is really incredible. The pattern itself is made up of several different yarns of broken twill in the same weave. It's all technically a single denim, and the pattern is woven into the fabric, not printed. I've never seen anything quite like it.
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Hi -

What sizes do y'all normally have in stock at the B&M in NYC? I've eyed some rivet chinos for probably two years now but I'm not sure what size I'd need. I'll be in town in about a month and I'm planning to stop in and try on 36-38 and see what fits best. Will that be possible or will I need to order strictly based on measurements?
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Originally Posted by Handcuffed View Post

Hi -

What sizes do y'all normally have in stock at the B&M in NYC? I've eyed some rivet chinos for probably two years now but I'm not sure what size I'd need. I'll be in town in about a month and I'm planning to stop in and try on 36-38 and see what fits best. Will that be possible or will I need to order strictly based on measurements?

We generally stock up to size 36, but I believe we have a Rudy Trouser size 38 that you could try in our Manhattan store as well.

When you come by, bring a pair of chinos or trousers that fit you well. Our guys can measure those out and determine the best size for an MTO if that's what you need. Measuring existing garments can be a very accurate way of dialing in your fit.
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Originally Posted by MGoCrimson View Post

Any shots of the petrol that you can share?

The shots on Epaulets site are far more accurate. My iPhone keeps turning them a slate grey and losing the blue abs green tones.

Mike, you were totally right on the faded red! Similar in color to a Nantucket red but the hand of the sanded is awesome. Can't wait to see how these break in over time.
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It shouldn't shrink at all in the waist. If anything, you should see a washed pant break in and stretch by about .5".

As a general rule, good cotton twills and canvas' which are cold washed / hang dry or low heat tumble dried do not shrink in the waist or the overall top block. Length shrinkage is typical. For the most part, these twills and cottons are quite stable. Cheap cottons can shrink in both directions because of low-quality fibers. And certain denims and chambrays - regardless of quality or price - can shrink in one or two directions just due to their nature.

But when it comes to the Rivets, the Driggs, or the Walts, you should expect the waist to either stay the same or break in a bit.

Mike, I sent a PM and email to see how to exchange the washed grey canvas Driggs for another size 32.
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Wore the brown windowpane Vittorio today with an FF shirt and burgundy hopsack Walts. I've only had the Vittorio for a little over a week, but it's already my favorite jacket. So glad I picked it up.

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^That is super super sharp to to bottom.
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

^That is super super sharp to to bottom.

+1

Great look
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

^That is super super sharp to to bottom.

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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

^That is super super sharp to to bottom.

+1

Great look

Thanks for the kind words guys. I wasn't real sure about the choice of color on the footwear, but I really wanted to wear those shoes today and thought it worked well enough once I put them on.
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Originally Posted by MacktasticGDogg View Post

Wore the brown windowpane Vittorio today with an FF shirt and burgundy hopsack Walts. I've only had the Vittorio for a little over a week, but it's already my favorite jacket. So glad I picked it up.
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It is my favorite jacket right now, as well. 

Looking great.

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very well put-together, MGD
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