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post #1366 of 1486
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Originally Posted by thedavidmurray View Post

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.

Awesome man, this is the stanton cut I got. Really appreciate the info! Cheers.
post #1367 of 1486
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Originally Posted by Streettrash View Post

Late, but in stock at Lone Flag.


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

thanks man, i was looking for the dark supply jacket and not the black waxed. but i did find maybe the last one anywhere in an XL from general quarters. and i did snag the black waxed from SOP. ive got so many RgT jackets, such a great label
post #1368 of 1486

How is the fit on the ISC work shirts? For comparison, I wear medium on a Type3s jacket and small on slim fitted shirts.

post #1369 of 1486
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Originally Posted by iLuveketchup View Post

How is the fit on the ISC work shirts? For comparison, I wear medium on a Type3s jacket and small on slim fitted shirts.

When I tried one on, I found that I needed to go up one from my usual / true size. I normally wear an M in most brands and found that an L fit better in terms of chest, shoulder, and sleeve length measurements. It's a fairly substantial fabric, and I find that it's generally better to size generously than to risk going too slim.

You can also compare measurements on the RgT web site to measurements on a shirt that fits you well: http://www.rogueterritory.com/shop/work-shirt-indigo-selvedge-canvas/
post #1370 of 1486

RgT shirts are slim fitting and I also have to size up.

post #1371 of 1486

I live in the northeast and I'm wondering about the practicality of the supply jacket. I think it's an awesome piece, but this morning it was 28 degrees with wind. It goes from summer to winter up here in a matter of weeks, and the spring is usually cold and wet. I'm just wondering if anyone in the northeast can comment on the use they get out of it. 

post #1372 of 1486

I have a lighter weight supply jacket (11oz i think) but had the blanket lined wax canvas from a year ago. I have lived in NY and Boston. Neither are really great jackets for anything under 40F. My light weight is great for late spring or fall nights and I sold the blanket lined because it was really only good for 40-55F which is a very limited window in the north east. 

 

I love the jackets, with a sweater or sweatshirt they could be a great layer but stand alone they were not super practical for NE weather. Just my opinion. 

post #1373 of 1486

any ideas on what may be covered in the BF sale?

post #1374 of 1486
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Originally Posted by rusticchasm View Post

any ideas on what may be covered in the BF sale?

check out http://www.rogueterritory.com/2015/11/23/black-friday-2015/
post #1375 of 1486
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Originally Posted by mookiej View Post


check out http://www.rogueterritory.com/2015/11/23/black-friday-2015/

thanks... not sure how i missed that...

post #1376 of 1486
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Originally Posted by overvieweffect View Post

I have a lighter weight supply jacket (11oz i think) but had the blanket lined wax canvas from a year ago. I have lived in NY and Boston. Neither are really great jackets for anything under 40F. My light weight is great for late spring or fall nights and I sold the blanket lined because it was really only good for 40-55F which is a very limited window in the north east. 

I love the jackets, with a sweater or sweatshirt they could be a great layer but stand alone they were not super practical for NE weather. Just my opinion. 


I appreciate the response. I figured they'd be good choices when the temps hover around 45-50, which is usually a couple weeks here. I guess I'll go with some more practical outerwear pieces
post #1377 of 1486

any of their retailers doing sales?

post #1378 of 1486

General Quarters sounds like some of their RGT will be on sale. Wheat and Co is doing 25% off and doesn't seem to have restrictions.

post #1379 of 1486
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post
 

any of their retailers doing sales?


North is doing a sale. He carries a lot of RgT.

post #1380 of 1486

Picked up a khaki plaid jumper and tan Ridgeline Supply Jacket on sale (separate retailers). Now going to cut myself off from the internet until Tuesday.

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