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Really interested in trying one of the tees but the length seems sort of long for my short self. Do these shrink in length at all?
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Originally Posted by chrispy650 View Post

Really interested in trying one of the tees but the length seems sort of long for my short self. Do these shrink in length at all?

Not sure about this run, but the previous run length is fine for me at 5'5".
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Got my tropical shorts yesterday. Fit is perfect, and the hand to the fabric is definitely a lot more unique than the pictures show. A very cool pair of shorts. Also, I'm 6'1", and they fit right above the knee for me, so no hemming necessary. I'm definitely going to get a ton of wear out of these this summer.
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Today's blog post is very shirt history of the chino.
http://www.wolfvsgoat.com/blogs/blog/13567213-whats-a-chino






To add on a little that wasn't mention in the blog a mill here in the states called Galey and Lord were first to make chino's for the U.S. Military - I cut and pasted from their website. I want to do business with them but they are a pain to work with which is sad.

As a producer of premium fabrics since 1886, Galey & Lord has been at the very core of American style for more than a century. Created and fostered by successive generations of the Lord family, the company built its reputation on craftsmanship and a tireless quest to seek out new fibers and finishing processes. This innovative spirit lead to a series of landmarks in the fabric industry including the introduction of Cramerton Army Cloth, the very first khaki. Originally used by the American military services starting in the 1930’s, it eventually became an indispensable component in the worldwide fashion industry. This same creative and pioneering spirit drives Galey & Lord today, as it pushes boundaries in design and manufacturing and continues to have a profound impact on American style.
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Love the blog posts Mauro! Are you actually making underwear from the t-shirt material? I'd be all over that.

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Fair warning to anyone considering removing the care tag on the tee: Be careful how you cut, otherwise the seam may tear as well.

Love the olive and grey colors, been wearing mine every day.
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Over dye button downs are coming out of dye. Next finishing and shipping to me.
Sanded Canvas Chino is out of dye going into finishing and then being shipped to me!

All the special order shirts are wrapping up, finally. Being of May will be a good month to kop.
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mauro it's starting to warm up, need them vneck and scoop/u neck short sleeve tees please icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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I somehow got some dye from my leather belt stained on my mint tshirt :( I love the color and was wondering if there was a way to wash out the stain without ruining the color of the shirt. I've tried just throwing in the laundry twice but it doesn't seem to be doing much.

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Newsletter tomorrow?

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Originally Posted by chrispy650 View Post

Really interested in trying one of the tees but the length seems sort of long for my short self. Do these shrink in length at all?

 

They may shrink a little, but they also drape/stack well - even if you're shorter, they're slim enough in the waist that they won't wear like a tent.

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Got my tropical shorts yesterday. Fit is perfect, and the hand to the fabric is definitely a lot more unique than the pictures show. A very cool pair of shorts. Also, I'm 6'1", and they fit right above the knee for me, so no hemming necessary. I'm definitely going to get a ton of wear out of these this summer.

 

Great to hear, thanks for your support!

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Originally Posted by veekta View Post
 

I somehow got some dye from my leather belt stained on my mint tshirt :( I love the color and was wondering if there was a way to wash out the stain without ruining the color of the shirt. I've tried just throwing in the laundry twice but it doesn't seem to be doing much.

 

Our shirts should be fairly colorfast, but I'd recommend cold washing with a good stain remover. 

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4:30, no newsletter.  I thought the overdyes were supposed to be offered up today?

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Yeah, I'm looking to get my hands on some oxfords
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Well I assumed by Mauro's last post yesterday that the chinos and oxfords are still being finished and shipped to him, so he obviously doesn't have any pictures of the product yet, so he can't sell them yet either.  I'm reading the rest of the post as these things being available early next month.

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