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post #226 of 769
The denim is sanforized--its not going to shrink that much. Mine didn't. With all the hot soaks--you are probably losing a lot of the indigo--which is kind of the appeal so you can get some cool fading going on. Just get the sleeves altered or deal with the length or sell it.
post #227 of 769
wish there was a slim-tapered model.
post #228 of 769
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Originally Posted by nonissue View Post
wish there was a slim-tapered model.

thee is, the sk.
post #229 of 769
Look more like a skinny to me.
post #230 of 769
I like that SK model.

180 is a damn good price too.
post #231 of 769
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Originally Posted by robbie View Post
I like that SK model.

180 is a damn good price too.

it kind of surprises me karl doesn't get more attention, i've seen his stuff and it holds up very nicely up to samurai or any japanese brand...
post #232 of 769
Well, considering the line is sold at UO, he just opened a spot at Weft, etc., I think he's getting loads of attention over other companies with similar offerings that sell for much more. But why more people on these forums don't chat up the jeans more is curious. From the stuff posted on Denim Debate and other blogs, they clearly fade very well. It'll be great to see them in another year.
post #233 of 769
is it true RGT and Rogue Territory will be in Vancouver?

Times Profile Shop?
post #234 of 769
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is it true RGT and Rogue Territory will be in Vancouver?

Times Profile Shop?

Yep, starting in January until March, and then they will feature Oliver People's and then Cheap Monday after that.
post #235 of 769
No way I could get my hands on the double indigo shirt in Small at this point eh?
post #236 of 769
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i've hot soaked it twice and its still too big... the sleeves are insanely long. Gonna hot soak one more time and then stick it in the dryer.

When you say "too big" do you mean the measurements are way off the ones on the site? Can you measure the shirt now and post where it's at now after the soaks?

Anyone with a large feel like posting measurements? I should have one coming soon but the sleeve length just seems so extreme. How did they measure them?
post #237 of 769
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Originally Posted by eczerwonka View Post
When you say "too big" do you mean the measurements are way off the ones on the site? Can you measure the shirt now and post where it's at now after the soaks?

Anyone with a large feel like posting measurements? I should have one coming soon but the sleeve length just seems so extreme. How did they measure them?

its too long both in body and arm length. Everything i've read points to sizing TTS, but I would probably size down and then hot soak it.
post #238 of 769
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Originally Posted by racknac View Post
its too long both in body and arm length. Everything i've read points to sizing TTS, but I would probably size down and then hot soak it.

I'll probably have to get it tailored down in the arms and length. I'm 5'11" 175 with longer arms and narrower shoulders so probably a medium would have been best but I bought this to wear as an overshirt for the winter and to wear much looser the rest of the year as I HATE anything close fitting.

I guess I'll find out soon enough
post #239 of 769
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Originally Posted by eczerwonka View Post
I'll probably have to get it tailored down in the arms and length. I'm 5'11" 175 with longer arms and narrower shoulders so probably a medium would have been best but I bought this to wear as an overshirt for the winter and to wear much looser the rest of the year as I HATE anything close fitting.

I guess I'll find out soon enough

ehh... i'm about the same except i'm slightly taller and weigh 170... I have broad shoulders and long arms as well... and this was still way too long.
post #240 of 769
and i ordered a medium
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