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i have a feeling its the new strider cut but i honestly hope its not- i really like the back pocket details on the regular

the new sashiko shirt looks a lot like a shirt from the gitman FW2014 line seen here
http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/explorer/item/2149030307/

2149030307_3.jpg

When is this shirt coming?
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Anyone purchased the new Coach Jacket? I love the look of it but am hesistant about the way the cuff are designed, I actually wish they would have stuck with the button cuffs because if those stretch out with wear which I assume they eventually will over time there wouldn't really be anyway to get them back to original size since you can't wash it. I have larger forearms and every jacket with those type cuffs tend to sag and stretch thru taking it on and off. Also with this being 10oz Canvas I'm wondering what kind of weather would be too hot to attempt to wear this? Not sure if anyone here is from below the Mason-Dixon line but if they are they know how reputable our springs/summers can be with the humidity and heat. 

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Hey everyone, I am in the market for some stealth SKs, and I am pretty sure I am honing in on a size 29 ( I'm currently happily wearing a some 31s in the 3sixteen ST-100x. Hoping to have the same waist and thigh but a slimmer knee and leg. Let me know if my estimation might need reevaluation). However, I can't decide between the 15 or 11 oz versions. Anyone have experience with either? A lighter weight denim seems more appealing, but I also care about getting some great fades over a long period of time. Do both break in pretty soft eventually? Thanks everyone!
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Thinking of getting the traveler blue chambray shirt. Normally I would get a size small but the shoulder measurement is about a half inch shorter than my other shirts (16 vs 16.5 on my other shirts). Can abyone describe the fit of the shirt and recommend whether or not I should size up to a medium? Thanks.
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Anyone have any experience with the Lightweight Stanton? I think its ~11 or 12 oz?

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Anyone have any experience with the Lightweight Stanton? I think its ~11 or 12 oz?

 

Wearing them right now, actually.  Have had them for ~3 mos.  LMK if I can answer any specific questions. I like them a lot.

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Wearing them right now, actually.  Have had them for ~3 mos.  LMK if I can answer any specific questions. I like them a lot.

How is the stretch?
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How is the stretch?

 

Only modest stretch out over time and they don't stretch with movement.  I've been pleasantly surprised by that.  I've worn them ~25 times and have seen maybe an inch in the waist.  It's a tight weave, unlike most other lightweight denims I've seen.  I have some worry that they will soften up and stretch more after I wash them, but you can always throw 'em in the dryer to compensate.

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FYI- my ripstop pants shrunk. a lot. to the point where i can't get them up anymore.

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I'm thinking about trying to have my Ridgeline Supply Jacket tailored. It'd be my favorite jacket of all time if not for being so boxy in the mid-section, so I was hoping it may be able to be taken in a tad. Anyone see any issues with that? Are there any issues trying to work with the waxed canvas I may not be thinking of? 

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Originally Posted by brooks23 View Post

I'm thinking about trying to have my Ridgeline Supply Jacket tailored. It'd be my favorite jacket of all time if not for being so boxy in the mid-section, so I was hoping it may be able to be taken in a tad. Anyone see any issues with that? Are there any issues trying to work with the waxed canvas I may not be thinking of? 


Did you by a size too big? Mine fits fine...it's longer in the sleeves but overall the fit is good. Don't know who could fix it for you though

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Nah, size is right on everywhere else, I just wish it was a little more tailored in the mid-section.

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Looks like the jumper neppy flannel doesn't have collar buttons but the other jumpers still do!
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Would anybody be interested in the older model of the ISC workshirt with minor fading on the edge of the seams? Or the gray denim shirt (feels like a thick flannel), or the raw chambray shirt? all in size s. Pm me if so.

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