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Do the rivet chinos have a split waistband? Any room to let out the waist?
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Mike - cool, that is great info, thanks!  Bummed Stone is not available in the latest Cramerton crop.... but this Graphite looks awesome... 

 

@AloysiusSF sure thing! Stone was a rad color, just more Spring/Summer in its vibe, we'll certainly bring that back for next season. Graphite is really cool, grey tones are often our best sellers in cotton trousers. 

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Do the rivet chinos have a split waistband? Any room to let out the waist?

 

No, it is a solid band. 

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Hey Mike @epaulet cool to see you continue to bring new offerings. Curious as to the rationale for lycra and how that affects the material (besides the obvious fact that it has some stretch to it).
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In other shirt news, my custom Safari shirt arrived. It's really freaking stunning in person. I made a quick "unboxing" video to show you guys....





Here's the link to it in our online shop


MIke I got my safari shirt in too and I love it, but the factory didn't sew on the epaulets that I paid for. Is there any way to get it remade? I sent an email to the contact@epauletnewyork.com yesterday.

Thanks!
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Navy stretch rivet looks a fair bit darker than the navy canvas in the pics. Is that true to color?
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Marvaments is ready for fall in 8 oz. canvas Rivets in fatigue.

 

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@Epaulet Hey Mike, are there any special washing instructions for the Alumo Wool/Cotton shirts? Is it safe to just cold wash and hang dry or would you recommend dry cleaning it?

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Stone was a rad color, just more Spring/Summer in its vibe, we'll certainly bring that back for next season.

I'm going to hold you to that. nod[1].gif
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Mike.........are the performance chinos machine washable?

Also, why are the belt loops so wide? Kinda looks odd with a dress belt.......is that intentional?
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EP items in action:

Gauzy rainbow herringbone



Navy tonal seersucker


White chambray and tobacco cotton linen Walts


Navy sanded canvas Walts (look more petrol blue than navy in reality)

How is that tobacco linen treating you? I had picked up one a couple seasons ago, and got around to wearing it this summer. I don't wear my pants tight, but the seam on the seat started to pull away at the weave; I had my tailor reinforce it, but it started to pull away at the edges of the reinforcements. I was disappointed, as I didn't even get to wear it for a whole season.

In contrast to my very first pair of Epaulet trousers - a Walt indigo Italian linen, which I actually wore for five summers(!).
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Just ordered both Rivet performance cloth pants icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

I normally have ordered walts in a size 32 and have to let the waist out, so I decided to order a 33 in these.
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I'm considering buying the olive duck canvas field jacket Epaulet now has on clearance.  However, I already have an "otter" green waxed cotton jacket, and I worry that they will be too duplicative of one another.  I'd be curious to hear what the guys in the forum think, and also, whether Epaulet could suggest some combinations in which this jacket would work better than, or at least be an attractive alternative to, waxed cotton.

 

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Hey Mike.

 

Question about care for the Camo field jacket(which I freaking love).

 

When I got it I tried various washing methods to soften it up. I dried it with a bunch of Spaldings to pummel it.

 

Inside the jacket the label says tumble dry low but subsequent to me doing that I read here you had said to air dry it.

 

I notice now that the bottom of the armholes are a little tight. I can't recall if they were that way when I tried it on at first.

 

Do you think the tumble drying may have shrunk it a little?

 

Thanks.

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I noticed that just hang-drying my camo jacket shrunk the material. The shrinkage was more noticeable lengthwise, than width wise. I have a feeling that the tumble drying would reduce the arm hole somewhat.
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