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post #1081 of 1094
Are people in Canada still rocking these like crazy? Here in Boston I sadly see them a lot now. I sold my Ontario last winter but still like my Chateau a great deal.
post #1082 of 1094

Pretty much.

 

Everywhere downtown at least.

 

It's warm and lasts you many seasons so people just buy one and keep it as their main jacket. Hey, it gets down to like -30C around here with windchill.

post #1083 of 1094
Depending on the color, they will show their age pretty quickly, my CG got holes around the cuff within the first two seasons.
post #1084 of 1094

I would like to remove the circular logo patch from the arm or the Chateau Parka. Just called a tailor and they said they can remove it.

 

However, he mentioned to potential issues:

 

1) stitching holes may be visible in the fabric once patch is removed

2) he said that some of the CG patches also have glue behind them, which would leave more markings

 

Anyone know if the Chateau patch uses the glue? Kind of an obscure question but that would probably determine whether or not I attempt to remove the patch.

 

Thanks!

post #1085 of 1094
Quote:
Originally Posted by jidoe View Post

I would like to remove the circular logo patch from the arm or the Chateau Parka. Just called a tailor and they said they can remove it.

However, he mentioned to potential issues:

1) stitching holes may be visible in the fabric once patch is removed
2) he said that some of the CG patches also have glue behind them, which would leave more markings

Anyone know if the Chateau patch uses the glue? Kind of an obscure question but that would probably determine whether or not I attempt to remove the patch.

Thanks!

Don't do that. I always see this shit about people wanting to remove the patch, leave it and rock the jacket.

Yes I know it's everywhere especially in Toronto but f*ck fashion when it's -20C here
post #1086 of 1094

Appreciate your POV but I don't rock logos. Not my style. And yes I know there are other jackets without branding, but the Chateux fits me perfectly, and that's saying something as I am tall and thin with big shoulders & long arms.

post #1087 of 1094
who the hell says rock in 2014?
post #1088 of 1094
Canadians and who the hell uses a tailor for something you can do yourself in less than 5 minutes with a seam ripper.
post #1089 of 1094

Not sure where the hostility is coming from. I asked a question in this thread because the topic has been discussed here to some capacity.

 

In case you're *actually* wondering, I'll answer your question about tailors: I know a great one who would charge me about $20 to remove the patch. I don't own a seam ripper, so I would need to purchase one. Besides, I have never used a seam ripper before so why bother experimenting on a nice jacket?

post #1090 of 1094
A seam ripper is about $1 and pretty much fool proof.
post #1091 of 1094
It seems the only people I see in town wearing CG are suburban soccer moms. So far I've only seen them wearing a longer parka of some sort that I can only describe as a sleeping bag


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post #1092 of 1094
I don't think you should try removing the patch, as the results might be unpredictable. If its hard to find something that fits you well and you've finally found it, maybe it might be best to get comfortable with that patch, regardless of what people think. I just wouldn't risk it on such an expensive item.

For what it's worth, this will be my 3rd season wearing mine, I got it dry cleaned once, and it's in great condition. The only difference is the elastic material in the cuffs getting a little loose.
post #1093 of 1094
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post

who the hell says rock in 2014?

I do!

On a serious note, this jacket gets alot of hate because literally everyone wears it. i sometimes have regret buying it but I rather be warm and toasty and be called a "pose" at the same time
Edited by 7_rocket - Today at 9:09 am
post #1094 of 1094

It's -20-30C, no need to apologize.

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