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Bummed those hats aren't fitted...

I would prefer a fitted / flex-fit type, but I'm not surprised at all that they are not. I imagine it's much easier to sell a "one size fits all" cap and the leather adjuster isn't a deal breaker for me.

 

@Epaulet out of curiosity, is a fitted cap doable in a pre-order format? 

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Flexfits in 2 sizes would cover 90% of the noggins out there?  They are the most comfortable to wear also.  

 

But I get doing a traditional leather or suede strap, on leather or suede materials.  Old school for old school if you will...  

 

 

Can you give us anymore hints on this big footwear event coming?  I'm stoked for something I know nothing about.

 

 

I have been looking at the Loden pebble backpack, thinking it would make a great sneaker in some sort of format.  

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maybe I need a suede bucket hat...laugh.gif
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A bit tangential, but can anyone recommend a tailor in DC (pref. near the red line) or the MD suburbs?

No exceptional skill required, just someone reliable and affordable to take-in/taper/hem some cotton Driggs and Rivets.

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maybe I need a suede bucket hat...laugh.gif

Lets bring back the LL Cool J Kangol style wink.gif
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Lets bring back the LL Cool J Kangol style wink.gif

I wore it in high school! bwahaha, you brought some memories.
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Sanded canvas Walts. Look petrol blue in the sun.
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I had pre-ordered the ironside Indys. When they came in without the contrast stitching I decided i didn't want them. Not EP fault. They sent me emails saying I needed to pay or Lise deposit. I emailed back and said I would expect a store credit. Am I wrong to expect that? I never heard back from them.

Give them a call at the store. Best way to reach them by far. 

 

Epaulet will virtually always make it right. 

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Flexfits in 2 sizes would cover 90% of the noggins out there?  They are the most comfortable to wear also.  

 

But I get doing a traditional leather or suede strap, on leather or suede materials.  Old school for old school if you will...  

I'm a probable buyer anyway but a L/XL flexfit 6 panel w/ a mildly higher crown would be an instakop for me.

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Really eager to see the samples of all the bags. Definitely a change from one model to three! I think the larger weekender is what I'd likely go with but still definitely want to see them all -- and hopefully all the leather colors too. I'm normally a brown-tone leather guy, but black is so great for luggage.

 

Looking forward to picking up my olive Cramerton rivets and some EFF goodies tomorrow...

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Anyone interested in taking over my #8 Brixton boot pre-order in size 10.5E?
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Originally Posted by Jalt View Post

I had pre-ordered the ironside Indys. When they came in without the contrast stitching I decided i didn't want them. Not EP fault. They sent me emails saying I needed to pay or Lise deposit. I emailed back and said I would expect a store credit. Am I wrong to expect that? I never heard back from them.

If the boots differ from what was specified on the preorder I'd expect a full refund personally. You should call one of the stores, I've found epaulet to be unresponsive to emails when there's an issue, but they usually always settle the issue over the phone
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I just picked up a union jersey tee from the sale section. It's so awesome, my new favorite tee. For those that are too slim for EP size small generally, the size small is a perfect fit (please save me from buying all the size smalls in all the styles). 

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A bit tangential, but can anyone recommend a tailor in DC (pref. near the red line) or the MD suburbs?
No exceptional skill required, just someone reliable and affordable to take-in/taper/hem some cotton Driggs and Rivets.

Try London Tailor in Bethesda, MD off the Red Line. I get all my Walts, suits, and shirts altered by him. Price maybe a little high, but he does a good job.
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^ I like Montgomery Custom Tailor in Montgomery Mall. Easy to get to and they do great work. I used to go to Do's in Georgetown but too much of a hike, very pricey and the work at Montgomery is better IMO..
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