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post #10486 of 15036

Am I missing something in that write up? "Southern guys"?

post #10487 of 15036
Well I live in Virginia and love hunting/ Shooting. We were talking on the phone and the conversation revolved around shooting, BBQ, and making quality stuff in America. I could see how they interpreted me as guy from the south. I think thought it was a great little write. Now, let's see how the Huckberry readers respond to the shirts.
post #10488 of 15036
Be careful about shooting at llamas and pigs around the store.
post #10489 of 15036

The sweaters are amazing this year, may have to grab another one this fall. Picked up the marled charcoal:

post #10490 of 15036

Are these available for sale already or are people just able to get them by stopping by locally? 

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Originally Posted by falathar View Post
 

Are these available for sale already or are people just able to get them by stopping by locally? 

 

I'm local, but I'm guessing they'll be in the next newsletter.

post #10492 of 15036
I've been sitting on my wallet waiting for the knits and tees ever since Mauro showed me them in...June? Home stretch, home stretch.
post #10493 of 15036
Ok,ok,ok, anyone who wants a sweater before I release them just email or call me.
Crews are $300.00 before loyalty program and turtlenecks are $310.00
All the sweater are of whole garment construction. The yarn is extra long extra fine merino wool spun and dyed in Italy. If you have a sweater from last season you will notice the rib is much thicker and the sweater overall is much denser.
You can look on the wolf vs goat Facebook page or Instagram for colors.
I recommend the olive and marled charcoal for the crew necks . For the turtlenecks military green and lavender but really all the colors kick complete ass.

Best,

Mauro
post #10494 of 15036
is the fit the same as last year, or slimmer? I have a L that's a little too big on me/loose, go with the M?
post #10495 of 15036
Is it possible to add a pocket to the sweaters?
post #10496 of 15036
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

is the fit the same as last year, or slimmer? I have a L that's a little too big on me/loose, go with the M?
Ben, the fit is much better this season. I am not sure what size you would considering you fluxuate between M and L. The arms are slimmer and so is the body. The sweaters is much denser. I am going down to Richmond soon so I will bring a Medium and a Large. What color?
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Is it possible to add a pocket to the sweaters?

Sure if you know how to knit. These sweaters are made already. Pockets on whole garment are very hard to do, full fashion not a problem.
post #10497 of 15036
They look really nice - will have to order one - although I wish there was a roll-neck option
post #10498 of 15036
That was last season.
post #10499 of 15036

Yeah, I'm consistently an XL in the BD shirts and got a wool crewneck sweater last year in XL that was fairly baggy on me. Should I stick with XL since this year's are slimmer or size down to a L?

post #10500 of 15036
mauro

bring the charcoals. when you coming down?

my daily uniform for work now is a wvg shirt, rrl chinos and some mcnairy shoes. sad? exciting?
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