Originally Posted by Munki
Not trying to be a dick, but the "I'm new" excuse doesn't really fly after being in business for 4 years (or is it more?), especially when people spend a good amount of money on your products. I love your shirts, but chalking bad fabrics or bad fits (in the case of old chinos) as learning experiences isn't cool in my opinion.
I am really sorry you feel this way. I stand behind all my products 150%. The old chinos weren't to my satisfaction but I am a perfectionist. The construction , fabric, and trim used on the chinos were great.
I believe the majority of people that purchased the chinos loved them same with my shorts. I am much more translucent in my business practices than most. I have don't have anything to hide. If I feel something is off it's my opinion but it doesn't mean the people who buy my product feel that way. If for any reason there is an issue I feel addressing it head is the best way to go about doing business. If you think for one second that other brands ( no matter how high or low end) don't experience the same problems I do you live in a dream world. Human error is always present when dealing with humans.
Did you ever own a pair of the old chinos? If so could you please tell me in your opinion what was wrong with them? The old chinos were made 3 years ago. My company has matured and evolved since then but if you cared to look at the construction of the actual garment, it's solid work. I can't make a magic fit for everyone. If I could I would be the worlds richest man.
In regards to being a "New" brand it's true. I am considered in the business new until about 5 years or 10 seasons. I still have time. In the meantime, I will continue to use the best factories and am always looking for new ones that can better my product for my customers.
I am not sure where your comment came from but thank you for liking my shirts. You might want to try my pants, you might like them just as much as the shirts, but to dig up the chinos from 3 years ago is a little bizarre. You are entitled to your feelings and again my apologies. If you want to email me at Mauro@wolfvsgoat.com or call me at 703.582.5966 you may. We can talk about clothing construction and what I am doing. I can even send you a pair of " bloodline" trousers you can experience some of the best hand made chinos for yourself. I am willing to do that for you.
In the mean time I will continue to learn and evolve making the best possible garment .