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You know what, we can make it. I don't have any pics but if you guys really want it, then I'll put it through. Would have the same $15 upcharge. Just order the fabric as a Taylor trouser and send me an email that you'd like a short. I'd do a 9" inseam on that for sure, as any higher will make it look really out there
I dunno, accessorize it with a grenade and some suspenders...


Be sure to leave one suspender off the shoulder for extra sprezz...
post #54302 of 58834

Cotton linen blends are fully updated and built out. Couple of notes: 

 

http://epauletnewyork.com/products/hertling-ends-for-friends-trousers-jun-16-cotton-linen-blends

 

1) Steamed Milk Cotton-Linen is seriously rad. It's an ecru color in person with these dark charcoal slubs running throughout it. Rad way to do a white-ish pant that's not actually white. Would be unstoppable with a navy coat. 

2) I'm in love with the idea of a Scarlet Gable (as mentioned before)

3) The Japanese Cross-Hatch stuff is interesting. We ran it as a stock item a bunch of years ago and I made myself some shorts in it. It's elegant but actually very tough. And the more you wash it, the more the cross-hatch effect becomes visible - especially in the olive color. I love doing this as a short or doing it as an alternative to the usual chino. It's technically a Spring/Summer fabric, but the texture is really interesting and IMO it won't look strange being worn out of season. 

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Haha @metranger8694 haha, you and me both. 

 

I'm just hoping that Tricky will move to Los Angeles so I can learn some of his workout skillz. 

 

Sprinting, Mike. Sprinting.

 

Fortunately I have a treadmill. High intensity, short duration.

 

60 Seconds at max speed you can handle. For me around 8-8.5 MPH...90 seconds cool down at walking speed. Repeat 3 more times. You will be drained.

 

Do that 2-3 times a week and you'll lose your gut. Throw in some chin/pull ups in between and your core will tighten up as well.

 

You can thank me later!

post #54304 of 58834
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I dunno, accessorize it with a grenade and some suspenders...


Be sure to leave one suspender off the shoulder for extra sprezz...

 

And @FLW  officially wins the internet for today! That made me nearly spit out my coffee LOL

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I agree but I think removing the darts will help?

 

Meant to write this earlier... the shirt is slim on you, but it's not popping out. Honestly, I have guys coming in the store looking for that exact fit all of the time. I think its flattering, as long as you're comfortable in it. 


But you're going to want to dry clean that one. Which isn't a bad idea for a high end Albini linen anyway. 

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But you're going to want to dry clean that one. Which isn't a bad idea for a high end Albini linen anyway. 

Good question I wanted to ask. The Albini linen delave from the recent EFF, it's tagged dry clean only, is that your recommendation? Or safe to wash cold/hang dry?
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I should have added that the EFF doesn't feel smaller than others or anything abnormal. To Mike's point I'm up almost 20 lbs from the summer so I'm really pushing the boundaries of Medium shirts. That's why I switched recently to Individualized custom shirts.
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I'm up almost 20 lbs from the summer.

Dayyyyummm
post #54309 of 58834
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Sprinting, Mike. Sprinting.

Fortunately I have a treadmill. High intensity, short duration.

60 Seconds at max speed you can handle. For me around 8-8.5 MPH...90 seconds cool down at walking speed. Repeat 3 more times. You will be drained.

Do that 2-3 times a week and you'll lose your gut. Throw in some chin/pull ups in between and your core will tighten up as well.

You can thank me later!

Will incorporate. I live about 5 minutes away from a local high school track.
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The vintage air force and the cotton linen blends are fantastic looking. Must resist!
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I should have added that the EFF doesn't feel smaller than others or anything abnormal. To Mike's point I'm up almost 20 lbs from the summer so I'm really pushing the boundaries of Medium shirts...

Me too... but for different reasons. If your ever in Detroit, I can take you on a tour of the best spots for ice cream! nod[1].gif
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The vintage air force and the cotton linen blends are fantastic looking. Must resist!
Me too... but for different reasons. If your ever in Detroit, I can take you on a tour of the best spots for ice cream! nod[1].gif

No way you're going to resist.

And I'm definitely down for some ice cream smile.gif
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I dunno, accessorize it with a grenade and some suspenders...


Be sure to leave one suspender off the shoulder for extra sprezz...

SNFU "And No One Else Wanted To Play" ...Excellent album cover, even better songs! Nice find!

post #54313 of 58834
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Meant to write this earlier... the shirt is slim on you, but it's not popping out. Honestly, I have guys coming in the store looking for that exact fit all of the time. I think its flattering, as long as you're comfortable in it. 


But you're going to want to dry clean that one. Which isn't a bad idea for a high end Albini linen anyway. 

Phew thanks for clarifying on the dry clean.

Yeah no issues with the shirt at all. If I wear untucked I may remove darts but if I wear tucked I'll leave in. At some point I'll be dropping weight anyways so all good. Love the shirt.
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Last category is online!

 

Couple of notes: 

 

1) If you like tough-ass cotton pants, then don't miss out on the Brisbane Moss stuff. It's officially the strongest khaki twill that Hertling has ever carried. And it's not something that Brisbane usually makes - it was a special commission for them. You can't wear it in the Summer, but it will be awesome when the weather cools down. Just 12 units in each color are available. 

 

2) The double-faced stuff is fun for shorts and especially if you like to cuff your trousers

 

3) Indigo Sea Canvas would make up into an AWESOME short. 

 

HERTLING ENDS FOR FRIENDS TROUSERS JUN 16 PURE COTTONS

post #54315 of 58834

Would you recommend doing the Navy Twill in a Taylor?

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