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post #2836 of 8365
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Originally Posted by shinchrono View Post
It was done by ToJ. IMO, 2" or even 2.5" off is the way to go for a truly slim sleeve, for those who want that (though I realize that isn't the intention of Drew's pattern, and don't blame me if it doesn't fit!).

wtf... i didnt know we had that option... I wanted my sleeves slimmed down as well...
post #2837 of 8365
so are white ocbds up for order right now? the small measurements match me pretty much perfectly, go up to medium to account for some shrinkage?
post #2838 of 8365
^ They don't really shrink anywhere but in length, in my experience; any shrinkage in width is negligible, and would probably stretch right back out. So I wouldn't, unless you're worried about the length.
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oh right on. white ones are available now?
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Yep.
post #2841 of 8365
okay cool
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Would be nice to see a variation of the bomber for a fourth style. Something with chest pockets, perhaps like so.
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
What would you like to see in a single rider? Something a lot different than the Moto jacket?
a moto with more panels/seams? maybe quilted shouders or a longer body length. the DR details on the back suggested earlier is pretty good. but honestly i don't really have an idea what i want in a SR atm. ideally i think it should be alot different than the moto for diversity sakes. whats the name of the style where it has details like a shirt (spread collar & cuffs) but with side pockets? that in horsehide would look pretty cool i think.
post #2844 of 8365
Received the TOJ cardholder today. I was a little dissapointed that it didn't come in the fancy box that was in the gallery but the wallet itself is awesome. It has just the right amount of slots to hold my cards.
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Thread Starter 
^ sorry about the boxes, we stopped using them because they're just a paper box. Guys who have been getting stuff from us lately may have noticed that we're reducing our packaging a bit so that we don't end up doing 'box in a box in a box' type packaging. I got a bunch of leather jackets out today, and I think there's maybe 4 or 5 left to make and they're really churning those out lately, then we're up to date on those. Peacoats, saw a few more, they need buttonholes and buttons placed, and I think 3/4ths of the 2nd run will be able to go out before the week is done as I'll grab them tomorrow, the remaining few after the weekend. The 3rd run is queued up ready to go whenever those are done. Wool coat orders are closed.
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Thread Starter 
Two other announcements: I came across some goatskin - it's enough to make exactly one jacket, and a smaller sized one at that, so guys 50 or 48 or below I think. It's awesome and it's a variegated, slightly pebbled leather that looks vintage already, it's in between a whiskey and brown and I have it at the house so I'll get some pics of that up. Also; TOJ slim trouser sample is ready and it's awesome. Need to get some fit pics taken as well as some detail pics a bit later. They're beltless, but comfortable as hell, so here comes a great, comfortable slim tapered trouser that you will really like to wear, and they're mega clean looking, so they're more than appropriate for an office setting or other formal event, beyond the day to day casual wear I think you can do with these. The good news about these pants: They are MTM and made piece by piece by hand, so you can talk to us about what kind of fabric you'd like and we can come through on that, we have virtually everything, and we can also adjust the taper of the pants, inseam, etc. The fit is forgiving, so everyone will like these. We can also make them as shorts for southern hemisphereans and like minded types. (unfortunately they can't cost any less as shorts as all the handwork is in the top block and the lower legs don't amount to much fabric.)
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
The good news about these pants: They are MTM and made piece by piece by hand, so you can talk to us about what kind of fabric you'd like and we can come through on that, we have virtually everything, and we can also adjust the taper of the pants, inseam, etc. The fit is forgiving, so everyone will like these. We can also make them as shorts for southern hemisphereans and like minded types. (unfortunately they can't cost any less as shorts as all the handwork is in the top block and the lower legs don't amount to much fabric.)

Does the MTM mean there's an option for a flat front? I know single pleat can look really good, but I'm just not a huge fan.
post #2848 of 8365
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
The good news about these pants: They are MTM and made piece by piece by hand, so you can talk to us about what kind of fabric you'd like and we can come through on that, we have virtually everything, and we can also adjust the taper of the pants, inseam, etc. The fit is forgiving, so everyone will like these. We can also make them as shorts for southern hemisphereans and like minded types. (unfortunately they can't cost any less as shorts as all the handwork is in the top block and the lower legs don't amount to much fabric.)

these sound legit, are they dry clean only though?
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Originally Posted by jaac View Post
these sound legit, are they dry clean only though?

That's usually the case with wool tailoreds.
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
What would you like to see in a single rider? Something a lot different than the Moto jacket?

I am thinking about nixing the quilted shoulders and elbows on the band-collar DR, and adding a separate cuff and waist band detail (self leather and not fabric) along with side seam zips. Just trying something new.

I don't know much about jacket styles, and yours will be the first I wear, but personally I'd be interested in more non-band collar styles. Something like kelvinsense's Julius jacket with a cool collar would interest me.
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