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post #2716 of 4063
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post

I have no problem with people flipping stuff from that sale. Everything went pretty much instantaneously, and if people are willing to pay the price, why not?

Because it looks like he just bought a bunch of the shirts with the sole intention of reselling them for more than twice what he paid. I'm not above selling things for more than I paid (hell, that's how I generate most of my income), but at least take that elsewhere. There are quite a few people in this thread and the sale thread who expressed genuine interest in owning some of these shirts, so it's kind of a bad look that a member here bought quite a few of these same shirts with the sole intention of turning a profit.

But whatever. Anyone familiar with GV knows you can score a lot of the non-print shirts for less than what he's asking if you're patient and pounce on the sales.
post #2717 of 4063
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

Because it looks like he just bought a bunch of the shirts with the sole intention of reselling them for more than twice what he paid. I'm not above selling things for more than I paid (hell, that's how I generate most of my income), but at least take that elsewhere. There are quite a few people in this thread and the sale thread who expressed genuine interest in owning some of these shirts, so it's kind of a bad look that a member here bought quite a few of these same shirts with the sole intention of turning a profit.
But whatever. Anyone familiar with GV knows you can score a lot of the non-print shirts for less than what he's asking if you're patient and pounce on the sales.

B&S has been pretty slow for me, he's going to have a hard time moving them for that price. I don't condemn him for trying. The sale was public and open to all, he was just quicker.
post #2718 of 4063
He was quicker and has the prerogative to flip, but asking for almost 2x is a little greedy
post #2719 of 4063
I bought a Gitman oxford in a medium and it is a bit too small. Message me if you're interested.

SOLD
Edited by slh2c - 6/21/12 at 10:06pm
post #2720 of 4063

Ordered these two shirts through my habit, both in size M, but unfortunately they're both a little too tight now in the back area =[. I want to trade them for the same style or a different one mattering on which, and I'm also willing to sell them if I can't find any traders.

 

 

http://ec2.images-amazon.com/images/I/81PlcAktWxL._SY576_CR0,0,430,576_.jpg

 

^ ^ ^ THIS SHIRT CAME IN A SHORT SLEEVE AND NOT THE LONG SLEEVE LIKE IT WAS SUPPOSED TO!

 

http://ec2.images-amazon.com/images/I/A1g7AgHUpgL._SY576_CR0,0,430,576_.jpg

post #2721 of 4063
Ordered this floral print from the MyHabit sale and it showed up as a short sleeve.
Surprised, but I do like the SS better.
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post #2722 of 4063
^^ I have that in short sleeve as well. Makes a better short-sleeve than long-sleeve shirt, IMO.
post #2723 of 4063

Looks like a lot of shirts come in short sleeve. Isnt it specified at the details?

post #2724 of 4063

got this in a xs for someone. Too small, so if anyone is interested, I'm looking to move it.

 

http://www.myhabit.com/#page=d&dept=men&sale=A2AA3MY9HT72HE&asin=B007L7YERK&cAsin=B007L7YF2Y&ref=qd_b_img_d_48

post #2725 of 4063
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post

Looks like a lot of shirts come in short sleeve. Isnt it specified at the details?

That picture above was taken from the product page.
It even says
•Measurements: shoulder to hemline 26", sleeve length 24", taken from size S
post #2726 of 4063
http://www.myhabit.com/#page=d&sale=A2AA3MY9HT72HE&asin=B007L7ZX6G&cAsin=B007L7XNG8&fc=1

got this in a small

not my size, first gitman, im a medium i realized

paid 59

will send it to you with tracking for 70

if you dont want it im just returning it, so let me know in a couple days only contact me if you're ready to pay i dont want any hassles ill just return it

http://ec2.images-amazon.com/images/I/91jtwRlcOsL._SY576_CR0,0,430,576_.jpg
Edited by Stillmaticbeat - 6/23/12 at 9:28am
post #2727 of 4063
I'd be interested in a navy or chambray oxford in XL if anyone doesn't want theirs.
post #2728 of 4063

Do Gitman shirts have different fits? I mean fits like classic, custom or slim fit? I haven't seen it mentioned in the details or each shirt's name.

post #2729 of 4063
There's Gitman Bros which is a traditional large cut, and there's Gitman Bros Vintage which is a more modern slim cut. Generally the sizing is consistent for GBV; however, there are some cases where shirts run smaller. I know the White OCBD runs a bit smaller than normal, the blackwatch plaid runs a full size smaller according to some, and the OC x GV generally run a full size smaller (meaning size up 1).

No, there is nothing that discerns the fit of a shirt from season to season, you just have to rely on people in this thread to give feedback.
post #2730 of 4063
Just got my shirt in the mail and I was really surprised by the sizing. I have 6 gv shirts which fit me perfectly in medium but the forest green navy plaid I ordered in medium is definitely a full size smaller. If anyone wants to buy the Forest Green/Navy Plaid in a tagged medium but actually a size small, for $70 shipped, let me know. The pattern on this shirt is really nice, I just wish it was in my actual size.

http://www.myhabit.com/homepage?ie=UTF8#page=d&dept=men&sale=A2AA3MY9HT72HE&asin=B007L7YH1I&cAsin=B007L7YH5Y&ref=qd_b_img_d_52&sz=Medium&tn=1
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