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post #76 of 533
Thread Starter 
Please vote in the Purchase Poll, so I can tell Nathan roughly how many of each shirt he needs to make.
post #77 of 533
Hello Zissou -I'd possibly buy two of the workman depending on color choices, one for certain if blue (either dark, preferably, or light) is an option. Will the color choices be posted during the purchase poll?
post #78 of 533
Thread Starter 
No, I don't have the definite color choices yet. I am just trying to get a rough idea of how many shirts will be made, especially since 50 people voted in the design poll. Just go ahead and vote for 2 and I'll know that this is all depending on people getting the color(s) they want. There should definitely be some indigo choices.
post #79 of 533
Thanks, will do.
post #80 of 533
I'd definitely like to get in on this. I voted for a shirt, but other than this, I just am mentioning my interest to subscribe to the thread.
post #81 of 533
Zissou, quick question... does Nathan do felled seams on his shirts?
post #82 of 533
Thread Starter 
^Yes, all hand felled seams.
post #83 of 533
Awesome! Count me in for a workman... possibly navy as well (voted accordingly).
post #84 of 533
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I had a question about what the Navyman shirt might look like. Basically, if you picture a typical USN Chambray shirt like this Buzz Rickson ... With these rounded cuffs (my mediocre photoshop job)... That's what I'm envisioning it'll look like. What do you think? Or, should the curve and cuff placket be on the inside of the sleeve, like on the MFSC Utility Shirt?
post #85 of 533
is there an advantage or naval tradition to having the cuff placket on the inside? figuring that it's mfsc there must be some history behind it.

anyway, drawn more to the inside placket.
post #86 of 533
Thread Starter 
That's a good question. All of the vintage CPO shirts I've seen have the placket on the outside, but no curved cuffs. The MFSC CPO and denim Utility shirts are the only shirts I've seen like that. Apparently, they are based off of 1930's CPO shirts, which aren't too common, I imagine. I think I'm leaning towards inside placket on the cuffs. Otherwise, we run the risk of it looking a bit like a jacket from high school marching band?
post #87 of 533
i don't know, marching band could be nexthype...

zissou, damn you're fast on the response!
post #88 of 533
that Kapital CPO shirt looks great too
post #89 of 533
LOVE this thread
post #90 of 533
Thread Starter 
As it stands, it looks like there will be at least 18 of the Workman and 12 of the Navyman ordered. This is good, because there needs to be at least 10 of each shirt purchased in order to do a group buy. Next step: I am waiting on chambray availability and photos from Nathan. I'll post them once I receive them, along with instructions for taking your measurements and a deadline for getting your measurements and payment to me. As soon as we get an order of 10, I'll pass it along to Nathan so we can get in his order queue. In the meantime, what do you guys think about the orientation of the cuff on the Navyman?
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