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post #1351 of 1486
Need some sizing advice on the ISC workshirts, I'm torn between sizes XL and XXL, size XL would be a better fit according to the measurements but have some worries if this will shrink any amount, then I'd probably need to size up. I'd be wearing this as a normal shirt with a t-shirt, not an overshirt.
post #1352 of 1486
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Originally Posted by ksakke View Post

Need some sizing advice on the ISC workshirts, I'm torn between sizes XL and XXL, size XL would be a better fit according to the measurements but have some worries if this will shrink any amount, then I'd probably need to size up. I'd be wearing this as a normal shirt with a t-shirt, not an overshirt.

 

i went with my normal size for ics . it was a bit tight in the chest but stretched out to a comfortable size after a few wears although i have yet to wash it.

post #1353 of 1486
Just picked up the ISC in medium and it's great. Tried on the large but it was too roomy. The guy said if you're in between sizes then to size up because there will be a little chrinkage, but if your regular size fits you wel then you will be fine. The shirt won't go from a L to a M from a cold soak.
post #1354 of 1486
Where are y'all buying the ISC workshirts? I haven't seen too many stockists carrying them this season.
post #1355 of 1486
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Where are y'all buying the ISC workshirts? I haven't seen too many stockists carrying them this season.

I got mine at Standard and Strange. I think I got the last medium, but not sure. When I left there were 3 left and I know one was a large for sure.
post #1356 of 1486
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Where are y'all buying the ISC workshirts? I haven't seen too many stockists carrying them this season.

Need Supply recently got a shipment of them. I grabbed a Medium.

post #1357 of 1486
Did a cold soak on the ISC shirt today for about 20 mins to reduce the crocking. After I hang dried it that thing was stiff as a board. I mean I could turn it sideways like a flag without it giving at all! Had to put it one for an hour or so to soften it up. It was a little difficult to get on because of how stiff it was at first, but I didn't notice any shrinkage.
post #1358 of 1486
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Originally Posted by gambit402 View Post

I got mine at Standard and Strange. I think I got the last medium, but not sure. When I left there were 3 left and I know one was a large for sure.

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Originally Posted by tobiasfunke View Post

Need Supply recently got a shipment of them. I grabbed a Medium.

Thanks, much appreciated.
post #1359 of 1486
Hey guys, I have always loved RT's collections. Recently I came across a pair of RT denim i was familiar with and wanted to see if you guys could identify it. I have no idea what the exact denim is and it's driving me nuts.

The pair seems like a lighter weight denim, between 8-11 oz and tonal stitching. The most unique detail is the selvedge line, which ive attached a pic of. What do you guys think?

post #1360 of 1486
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Originally Posted by mrpo0nani View Post

Hey guys, I have always loved RT's collections. Recently I came across a pair of RT denim i was familiar with and wanted to see if you guys could identify it. I have no idea what the exact denim is and it's driving me nuts.

The pair seems like a lighter weight denim, between 8-11 oz and tonal stitching. The most unique detail is the selvedge line, which ive attached a pic of. What do you guys think?

Used or new? Could have possible been tapered.

post #1361 of 1486
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Originally Posted by marvaments View Post

Used or new? Could have possible been tapered.

I got them used. I also thought the same thing but I checked and the selvedge detail goes all the way up to the waist. Here is a pic of the other side.
post #1362 of 1486
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I got them used. I also thought the same thing but I checked and the selvedge detail goes all the way up to the waist. Here is a pic of the other side.

My knowledge of Rgt doesn't go back very far, could be early model/production of their denim?

post #1363 of 1486
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Originally Posted by mrpo0nani View Post

Hey guys, I have always loved RT's collections. Recently I came across a pair of RT denim i was familiar with and wanted to see if you guys could identify it. I have no idea what the exact denim is and it's driving me nuts.

The pair seems like a lighter weight denim, between 8-11 oz and tonal stitching. The most unique detail is the selvedge line, which ive attached a pic of. What do you guys think?


He did that with the Grey Caste pairs.

Here is an old Rawr denim review of the Stanton
http://www.heddels.com/2012/11/rogue-territory-10-oz-grey-caste-stanton-raw-denim-review/

Here is the RK trouser with the half selvedge
http://www.rogueterritory.com/shop/rk-trousers-grey-caste/

I don't know if there was an SK cut in that fabric but now you know what you've got.
Edited by thedavidmurray - 11/16/15 at 9:36pm
post #1364 of 1486
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Originally Posted by bigwhat62 View Post

any stockists with the dark supply jacket in XL in stock? any on sale anywhere?

Late, but in stock at Lone Flag.

 


http://loneflag.co/products/rogue-territory-waxed-canvas-supply-jacket-lined-black

post #1365 of 1486
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Originally Posted by mrpo0nani View Post

Hey guys, I have always loved RT's collections. Recently I came across a pair of RT denim i was familiar with and wanted to see if you guys could identify it. I have no idea what the exact denim is and it's driving me nuts.

The pair seems like a lighter weight denim, between 8-11 oz and tonal stitching. The most unique detail is the selvedge line, which ive attached a pic of. What do you guys think?


As I can remember it, allmost all of the early pants had the halfselvedge.
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