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Originally Posted by bkotsko View Post

Let me just say.
I don't know why I hesitated on the loopwheeled tees. 
I may have to get many.
They are really perfection in a tee.
I you haven't grabbed one/some, DO IT!

This is true.
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

This is true.

+1000. Have two and these are so freaking good. Might add a few more. Can't go wrong.
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Originally Posted by bkotsko View Post

Let me just say.
I don't know why I hesitated on the loopwheeled tees. 
I may have to get many.
They are really perfection in a tee.
I you haven't grabbed one/some, DO IT!
Yea... I've been sleepin on those... I need to get a couple. I like the Henleys too.
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Will chime in on the loopwheeled tees.  They are sublime - a steal at that price.  Looking forward to seeing my snuff suede belt when I get home - got the delivery notice a short while ago.  It was accompanied by notification that my speckled chambray has shipped.  :slayer:

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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post

Yea... I've been sleepin on those... I need to get a couple. I like the Henleys too.

You are sleepin on EP in general. Time to jump in
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Originally Posted by budapest12 View Post
 

Will chime in on the loopwheeled tees.  They are sublime - a steal at that price.  Looking forward to seeing my snuff suede belt when I get home - got the delivery notice a short while ago.  It was accompanied by notification that my speckled chambray has shipped.  :slayer:

Saw my speckled chambray ship too :). I was on the fence about it but decided I would give it a try. Seeing as it sold out in my size, I am glad I ordered it when I did. 

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Has Epaulet sold out of shorts?

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Also giving a nod for the loopwheeled tees...

I wear a size 42 R in the Epualet Sportcoats and the large fits me really well...

If you are on the fence, definitely give them a shot
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Originally Posted by JimmyHoffa View Post
 

Has Epaulet sold out of shorts?

Didn't have them this summer

 

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Originally Posted by steve2318 View Post

Also giving a nod for the loopwheeled tees...

I wear a size 42 R in the Epualet Sportcoats and the large fits me really well...

If you are on the fence, definitely give them a shot

DItto

 

 
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POW Super 130's Walt's today

 

 

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Anybody care to compare the loopwheeled t's to the regular $40 t's?  I'd like to try some after all the raving but not sure which to get.  The Henleys look nice as well.

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Hey guys!

Hope that everyone had a slamming end of Summer! Sorry that I've been MIA for a few days. Huge thanks to everyone who ordered in the past few days - our guys have been digging out of a mountain of sale/speckle chambray/alden/etc orders. You should see everything shipping either today or tomorrow.

Lots of exciting things are coming online soon! In the meantime:
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Originally Posted by bkotsko View Post

Let me just say.
I don't know why I hesitated on the loopwheeled tees. 
I may have to get many.
They are really perfection in a tee.
I you haven't grabbed one/some, DO IT!

I'm really glad that you guys like the Loopwheels! They're hands-down my favorite t-shirt as well. We'll move into heavyweight tees and henleys for the Fall, but believe me, we'll have loopwheels out the yin-yang for Spring 2015.
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Originally Posted by TO Tie Guy View Post

@Epaulet any Walt flannels or tweed MTO's coming soon?

Absolutely, they're all going up this week. Sorry for the delay on that!
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

I cannot decide between Cedar Lavender Check or Salt & Pepper Lavender Check Rivets... is the right answer Cedar Check and Grey Donegal?? 

One of the Donegals is absolutely crucial. You can't go wrong with either. We tend to sell more charcoal in flannels and tweeds, so I think that many guys find that color easier to wear.

For the plaid, I love Cedar/Lavender. It's a really great, old-school English color scheme.

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Originally Posted by eddiemczee View Post

Really good to see @NewYorkIslander
 and @wj4
 posting again here. Welcome back gents!

Agreed! Great to see you guys again!
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Originally Posted by Don L View Post


Black shell with POW? Like it sans socks.
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Originally Posted by BootSpell View Post
 

Anybody care to compare the loopwheeled t's to the regular $40 t's?  I'd like to try some after all the raving but not sure which to get.  The Henleys look nice as well.

 

I love the regular t's - light but substantial, very soft - and for me a perfect fit in the M (I'm 6' tall, 170lbs, 38R and the EPNY M is fitted on me as point of reference).  I found the loopwheeled M to be a bit tight/small, so returned them.  Didn't order the L in the loopwheeled as point of comparison FWIW.

 

Also +100 on how awesome the Henleys are.  I have both the Indigo overdye and the Slub (White and Pine) - all are great, and has consistent sizing across these in a M for me.  They do run a little longer than the t-shirts as noted above.

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Originally Posted by BootSpell View Post

Anybody care to compare the loopwheeled t's to the regular $40 t's?  I'd like to try some after all the raving but not sure which to get.  The Henleys look nice as well.

They've got a very different vibe.

The $40 tees were our version of a high-end Made in LA piece. They use superfine pima which is on the thinner side. They're really luxe and pretty slim. Think James Perse, but better quality and a cheaper price.

The Loopwheels use a thicker yarn and have a hand unlike any other t-shirt that you've ever worn. They will blow your freaking mind. Seriously. But as the poster above wrote, there is a bigger gulf between sizes. The body of the Loopwheels is determined by the knitting machine itself, so there's a bigger jump from Medium to Large than there is for the Pima tees - and a bigger jump than you typically see in Epaulet sizing.

Most SF guys would probably go for the Loopwheels. The Pima tees are great if you prefer a V-neck, or you like tees which are very fitted.
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