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post #4111 of 31236
Is it possible to undo shrinkage?
post #4112 of 31236
I don't think you can undo that, sorry. I just got a Epaulet shirt and it was a quite a bit big on me, but I couldn't quite drop a full size. So, warm wash and dry later and it shrank very noticeably and now fits great. Slimmed up in the body and lost a goo 1/2" of length if not a little more. I normally cold wash/hang dry all my shirts but this time I wanted some shrinkage and what I got ended up being perfect for me thankfully.
post #4113 of 31236
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Originally Posted by dsoren View Post
Is it possible to undo shrinkage?

You can try stretching whilst damp, then air dry - you won't get back all the shrinkage, but you might gain a little length.
post #4114 of 31236
Dsoren, which shirt was it? Depending what color it is, I might take it off your hands if you don't want it lol.
post #4115 of 31236
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post
where did you get them? they seem haev been taken down from reedspace?

Reedspace had them for $85. They probably sold out. I jumped as soon as I saw them at that price.
post #4116 of 31236
I just got the 685 boots but they appear to be different leathers. Does anyone have any info on this?

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Originally Posted by Chrispy View Post
I just got the 685 boots but they appear to be different leathers. Does anyone have any info on this?
If the photo accurately shows the color/leather of the boots...ouch... I can say that both Mike and Adele are fantastic to deal with. You should contact one of them and I have no doubt they will make it right for you.
post #4118 of 31236
looks like two pairs got mixed up, I hope you get the problem solved, the boots look great otherwise
post #4119 of 31236
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Originally Posted by slide13 View Post
I don't think you can undo that, sorry. I just got a Epaulet shirt and it was a quite a bit big on me, but I couldn't quite drop a full size. So, warm wash and dry later and it shrank very noticeably and now fits great. Slimmed up in the body and lost a goo 1/2" of length if not a little more. I normally cold wash/hang dry all my shirts but this time I wanted some shrinkage and what I got ended up being perfect for me thankfully.

You warm washed it and then threw it in the dryer or just air dried?
post #4120 of 31236
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Originally Posted by nineohtoo View Post
Dsoren, which shirt was it? Depending what color it is, I might take it off your hands if you don't want it lol.

http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/t...r-Burnt/Detail

I'm going to see if I can stretch it back out a little...
post #4121 of 31236
Tossed it in the dryer on medium. Rare fore to use the dryer bit worked well this time.
post #4122 of 31236
Ordered the streaky smiths. I think they should provide a decent contrast with navy jackets, something that new indigos dont.
post #4123 of 31236
Please make some more of these! Would buy in the quickness!!!!!!!!11111111
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Just a quick fit pic of my new cream and orange shirt and my OD Rivet chinos.

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I almost bought that same shirt yesterday, but ended up getting the red Oxford instead.
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