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And we don't explicitly say it, but we offer a "Buy four, Get Five" deal on Individualized Shirts all of the time. Just check out with five shirts at once and we'll rech.fund the least expensive one in the batch. Great way to stock up, and it knocks the price per unit down to a really reasonable price. A basically unbeatable one given their quality and fabrics. 

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post #52352 of 57687
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

And we don't explicitly say it, but we offer a "Buy Four, Get Five" deal on Individualized Shirts all of the time. Just check out with five shirts at once and we'll refund the least expensive one in the batch. Great way to stock up, and it knocks the price per unit down to a really reasonable price. A basically unbeatable one given their quality and fabrics. 

My bank account really didn't need me to know this. biggrin.gif
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Hey guys, anyone know where I can find some nice laces for the oiled brown calgary boot? And what length should I buy? The laces that came with the shoes can't even go through all of the eyelets so I'm on the hunt! LMK guys, cheers
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Hey guys, anyone know where I can find some nice laces for the oiled brown calgary boot? And what length should I buy? The laces that came with the shoes can't even go through all of the eyelets so I'm on the hunt! LMK guys, cheers

Seconded for the blucher. Too bad, they're nice laces otherwise. Would like to get something equivalent.

post #52355 of 57687
in the same ballpark, anyone got a source for couro cromo (teak) tennis low laces?
both of mine eventually tore where they come out of the highest eyelet.
they are a lighter shade of brown, can't seem to find them locally.
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TZ laces is a company I like, based in the UK, lots of options, colours, lengths.

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TZ laces is a company I like, based in the UK, lots of options, colours, lengths.

Yeah I've checked them out but I'm an impatient American. shog[1].gif
Looking for a domestic product before having to look overseas for laces. Thank you though!
post #52358 of 57687
I've always been happy with Benjo's

http://www.benjos.com/
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I would second Benjo's. Their name gets thrown around frequently enough on the boardz.
post #52360 of 57687
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@Duke Silver 

 

Thanks for following up - Adele actually hooked up a comparison photo for you! 

 

 

 

Fashion spread (2.75" points) is on top and Medium Spread (3" points) is below. 

 

If I may... knowing a bit of your style, I'd actually suggest the Artisan collar over anything else. 

 

 

It's bigger, longer, and has a lot of attitude. We're selling it really well these days. Sits perfectly under a jacket and wears really nicely without one. It gives a dressy vibe to the shirts so may look a little nutzo on something like a flannel, madras, or last season's "Rhino Oxford," but I think that it's great for any dress fabric or any biz-caz fabric. 

 

And we don't explicitly say it, but we offer a "Buy Four, Get Five" deal on Individualized Shirts all of the time. Just check out with five shirts at once and we'll refund the least expensive one in the batch. Great way to stock up, and it knocks the price per unit down to a really reasonable price. A basically unbeatable one given their quality and fabrics. 

 

Thanks for the response. I'm planning on going to the trunk show this weekend so I'll be putting in an order then after I can see the fabrics in person.

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Any trunk show plans for San Francisco?

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Any trunk show plans for San Francisco?

 

 

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Thanks for the response. I'm planning on going to the trunk show this weekend so I'll be putting in an order then after I can see the fabrics in person.

 

@Duke Silver excellent - we'll see you there! We'll have some extra deals and exclusives for those who attend too. 

 

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I've always been happy with Benjo's

http://www.benjos.com/

 

Agreed, Benjos are really excellent laces. Fair price for them too. 

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Just a quick reminder for any Cali guys on here! We've got quite a few RSVP's for the event - it's going to be a great time. 

 

Also, we'll have a promo of 15% off any stock item that you order in person at the event with no exclusions. That includes both sale and expensive stuff. But you have to be there and do it in person. 

 

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Dear Friends! 
 
Join us on Saturday April 9th for an exclusive Trunk Show in Downtown Los Angeles. We've booked out a two-bedroom apartment in the Level Building on South Olive Street. We'll show merchandise and take orders all day, and move up to the roof deck afterwards to hang out. Here's the short list of what to expect:
 
1) Made to Order Individualized Shirting with Jim Hanrahan, the "Sultan of Sleeves"
 
2) Made to Order Epaulet Trousers with full samples of every fit (including the Taylor & Gable)
 
3) The Epaulet x Northern Watters Fall 2016 Group Buy Samples
 
4) Luigi Bianchi Made to Order Sportcoats and Suits
 
We'll have discounts and incentives for everyone who attends. It's going to be great! We can't wait to see everyone.
 
No appointment is necessary, but feel free to email us if you would like to set one. 

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Pardon the venue, but I am loving the corduroy suit I got from the last round of EFFs so much that I didn't want to wait until I was home for a full length mirror.

I was a bit apprehensive at first but the corduroy worked great for a double breasted suit. It's very soft and very warm and great for today's snow flurries and temps in the 30s. Eventually we'll get some spring here!
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Seconded for the blucher. Too bad, they're nice laces otherwise. Would like to get something equivalent.

 

I grabbed some flat waxed at the Hanger Project

 

https://www.hangerproject.com/colored-dress-shoe-laces.html

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