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Impeccable shine on those. Alden cordovan? What is your brushing and product do you use on them?

Alden 4060 with commando from Alden of DC. I usually wipe with a moist cloth after wear and then brush. I use Saphir Reno or Saphir Neutral Cordovan Cream but haven't recently. I only have to shoes 1-2 times a week as I usually work from home.
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There is a single one up.

Yes, you're right. I wouldn't want that navy though, and was wondering if any of the "lightweight wools" from the MTO Trousers section could be made into a full suit.
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Mike--

 

Any chance that a khaki colored chambray fabric will pop up for MTO Rudy/Walt/Driggs?

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ready to see the snuff trainers.
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Happen to be in South Florida and wore cherry red 7oz canvas Rivets with some old white canvas sneakers and an OCBD today. Felt at one with my surroundings. Will try to take a photo in said RCs.
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Happen to be in South Florida and wore cherry red 7oz canvas Rivets with some old white canvas sneakers and an OCBD today. Felt at one with my surroundings. Will try to take a photo in said RCs.

You mean because you were surrounded by a bunch of geriatrics wearing the same thing wink.gif I keed, I keed


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@lagsun

 

Thoughts on the Japanese garment dye? Looks gorgeous. Might have to snag a pair.

 

Are these as soft and light as the khyber cloth? How'd you compare them to sanded canvas fabric? 

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You mean because you were surrounded by a bunch of geriatrics wearing the same thing wink.gif I keed, I keed


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Well... exactly
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You mean because you were surrounded by a bunch of geriatrics wearing the same thing wink.gif I keed, I keed


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Well... exactly

Memory's fading like those jeans, eh?

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@lagsun


Thoughts on the Japanese garment dye? Looks gorgeous. Might have to snag a pair.

Are these as soft and light as the khyber cloth? How'd you compare them to sanded canvas fabric? 

@sacafotos Not sure I'm describing it right, but the dye is not completely even so there is very slight shading/patterns in the fabric. The fabric itself is very soft and light but don't know how it compares to kyber cloth or sanded canvas. Also the inside of the pants is not the same color. More like a tan so if you like to fold cuffs then get a longer inseam.
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@lagsun

 

Thoughts on the Japanese garment dye? Looks gorgeous. Might have to snag a pair.

 

Are these as soft and light as the khyber cloth? How'd you compare them to sanded canvas fabric? 

 

 

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@sacafotos Not sure I'm describing it right, but the dye is not completely even so there is very slight shading/patterns in the fabric. The fabric itself is very soft and light but don't know how it compares to kyber cloth or sanded canvas. Also the inside of the pants is not the same color. More like a tan so if you like to fold cuffs then get a longer inseam.

The Japanese garment dye is phenomenal. 

The swatches say it is "printed" which lends itself to dying one side. (in my engineer brain)

The inside is a lighter/different color. 

It has a super soft hand, and has some slight color variations as Lagsun said. 

I recommend it. 

I have considered getting another pair. 

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Epaulet french blue rivet chinos

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Please put up some sample pictures of the trainers!  And if we drop in the Manhatten store before next Tuesday, will they be available for purchase?

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Originally Posted by bkotsko View Post
 

 

 

The Japanese garment dye is phenomenal. 

The swatches say it is "printed" which lends itself to dying one side. (in my engineer brain)

The inside is a lighter/different color. 

It has a super soft hand, and has some slight color variations as Lagsun said. 

I recommend it. 

I have considered getting another pair. 

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Originally Posted by sacafotos View Post
 

@lagsun

 

Thoughts on the Japanese garment dye? Looks gorgeous. Might have to snag a pair.

 

Are these as soft and light as the khyber cloth? How'd you compare them to sanded canvas fabric? 

 I have the slate garment and pale yellow khyber. The garment dye is waaaay softer than the khyber. Seems to wear cooler too.

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Man, I really like those Slim Walt trousers given the consistent good feedback and the MTO options, but the measurements listed online are slightly narrow for my some-what big thigh. Do they stretch out a bit after wear?

I am going to try them on when I visit NYC in late July! Can't wait!
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