Thanks guys. They're sold out of almost everything schneider but i'll keep it in mind for future reference since i like a fair amount of his pieces. I'll probably just size up on the tank top. Kunk and i can look really cool at a future meet in our tanks showing off the guns.
If people start tipping better, i want to go for a few days in mid august. I'm gonna quit driving and move back to gville and take 2weeks off before grad school (aug 25th). Airline tickets are ridiculous right now. I'm going to try and convince my mom to go up there with my younger sister since they both want to go and try to score a free airline ticket along the way. I probably will spend all my money on food though, not clothes. Food is delicious.
Nice, Bobo. I'm wanting one, but in raw denim if I can get it. Might pick up one from Chuck's Vintage. RRL has made several through the past few years that are on ebay but they are predistressed which I'd rather avoid. I'm pretty fascinated with all things workwear these days, though.
check ebay for vintage ones Theres a lot, and often cheap. Probably more available in larger sizes though.
I got two in blue raw denim (blue bell and montgomery ward, both vintage), one in black raw denim (A.P.C), one broken in (big ben), one white/blue stripe from levis, and now this one in duck. I mainly got the carhartt one to have a jacket I can wear denim shirts with and not look like a denim freak
The Stronghold in LA just finished up a sample of their chore coat, IIRC. They are working out sizing now and making patterns in all sizes. Knowing the SH they'll probably be available in raw denim and possibly hickory as well. They'll custom make them in other fabrics too.
I might get a chore coat this fall in duck or hickory stripe from Pointer--inspired by family man, a continuous lean, and junya. Anyone have advice on sizing?
No first hand advice, but check out www.rakuten.co.jp/jalana for measurements. Im going crazy over Pointer, since I cant get the site to work when I try to order. I really want their carpenters in fisherstripe and hickory (and duck, and indigo...), and a hickory chore coat would be great aswell...
Patrik Ervell - he uses it on quite a few of his shirts.
Originally Posted by chronoaug
Thanks, chrono, but kronik already hit on this for me... but the thing I'm not grasping is Stephen Schneider an offshoot of Patrick Ervell, somewhat like Miu Miu is to Prada? Does Ervell stuff come with the SS name on the tag? What's the connection?
Someone school me on this, because right now my only knowledge of Patrick Ervell doesn't go past the runway photos I've seen on men.style