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Just picked up the black calfskin gloves on a whim. Nice, classic, and well-priced. The gloves aren't getting much love in this thread but I must say they're pretty great.

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Gitman Choice Cuts

 

[...]

 

I know that we've always got a lot of projects flying around, so the reasons to check this out are: 

 

1) You love the darted EPNY fit and you're looking for more pieces in that

2) These will be delivered in about 4-5 weeks and all of them are seasonally appropriate (flannels, brushed twills, etc)

3) A large degree of Gitman fabrics are wholly exclusive to them, so there may be some patterns that really speak to you. 

 

4. The ability to get the Gitman "Sartorial Cutaway (V-CA)" collar, which is by far the best OTR shirt collar I've ever seen.

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Just picked up the black calfskin gloves on a whim. Nice, classic, and well-priced. The gloves aren't getting much love in this thread but I must say they're pretty great.

I picked up the chocolate peccary on Pickle Day. Really amazing gloves and not available anywhere else for this price.

 

Deerskin is a really underrated material though and I haven't seen anyone else offer the same color choices at Epaulet.

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Hey gents, Sam here - I'm the newest member of the Epaulet team [...]
 

For my inaugural post, I'd like to introduce the best leather backpack the world has ever seen:
 

Welcome

Can you let us know the price point - this looks great.
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per IG it will be in the $400's 

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@Epaulet   What is the timing on the Moleskin  Field Jacket's?

@Epaulet

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Attended a wedding in San Francisco this past weekend:

 

Suit is an Epaulet/Southwick MTO in charcoal flannel, and my wife is holding one of the Epaulet women's bags.

 

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I have a pair of rivet chino duck canvas that I wore three times over the last year. When I first got them, I immediately contacted Epaulet because I had some concern over the stitching. Adele @Epaulet responded and let me know that this is "the nature of their pants."

I realized that they don't get any wear, so tried taking to a consignment store over the weekend. 3 shops later, and no one would take them because of "poor construction."

Lesson learned about rivet chinos as investment pieces.
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^ I have some investment grade Fruit of the Loom with impeccable stitching for you. Call my investment adviser ASAP to discuss.
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What was your concern about the stitching?

And why would pants be an investment? Are you going to resell it later for more money? Doesn't make sense.
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My concern was that the stitching didn't seem very tight (pardon if I don't use correct jargon) so when I held up the pants it would look like there's quite a bit of space between pieces of fabric that are stitched together. I contacted Epaulet and was told that this is the case with any pair of pants if you hold them up to the light (it's not the case with any other pair of pants that I own).

An "investment" in this context is used to describe a piece of clothing that initially costs a lot but gets a lot of use because of solid construction, or it can describe a piece of clothing that had a high retail but due to its solid construction has good resell value.
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I bought some yogurt at the store a few weeks ago. I couldn't believe It wasn't viewed as a collectors item after it had expired
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I bought some yogurt at the store a few weeks ago. I couldn't believe It wasn't viewed as a collectors item after it had expired

are you a zero value add in all parts of life or just the internet?
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My concern was that the stitching didn't seem very tight (pardon if I don't use correct jargon) so when I held up the pants it would look like there's quite a bit of space between pieces of fabric that are stitched together. I contacted Epaulet and was told that this is the case with any pair of pants if you hold them up to the light (it's not the case with any other pair of pants that I own).

Do you have any pics? Obviously makes things more clear as to how bad it is

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are you a zero value add in all parts of life or just the internet?

All parts of life
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