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post #976 of 2442
Is there any more info on the Momo x Blue Owl denim? I'm going to be in Japan next week and I'm debating PBJ's or these....
post #977 of 2442
how long does stuff take to ship, ive been checking my tracking number and it seems the jeans have been stuck at one place for like 5 days now
post #978 of 2442
The West is Dead: Spring 2012 Parka


The West is Dead's hooded parka uses a heathered 3-end French terry, heavy slub-back fabric which is durable and soft to the touch. This is the same fabric which is used on their classic crewneck sweatshirt. The fabric is incredible by itself, but what really made these pieces stand out are the colors. The barn red is a vibrant shade of red, yet easy on the eyes making it easy to wear and refreshing. The antique black has a great amount of character as well.

The West is Dead "Heathered 3-End French Terry" Hooded Parka in Antique Black
* 75% cotton, 25% polyester
* Sizes XS, S, M, L, XL
* Hand made in USA


Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7940000

The West is Dead "Heathered 3-End French Terry" Hooded Parka in Barn Red
* 75% cotton, 25% polyester
* Sizes XS, S, M, L, XL
* Hand made in USA


Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7940001

More can be seen on our recent blog post: http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/2012/03/west-is-dead-heathered-3-end-french.html
post #979 of 2442
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Originally Posted by cb_32 View Post

how long does stuff take to ship, ive been checking my tracking number and it seems the jeans have been stuck at one place for like 5 days now

Or maybe Canada post is not scanning the package? Or it is in customs? Toronto is usually 7-9 days, so you should see it at the end of this week.
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Originally Posted by malaujai View Post

Is there any more info on the Momo x Blue Owl denim? I'm going to be in Japan next week and I'm debating PBJ's or these....

We will post more details this weekend, probably on the 23rd or 24th. I will post here and on our blog. First collab is in production and we are waiting for a final finish date. Looks like mid-April as of right now.
post #980 of 2442
Why is that described as a parka? Looks like standard hooded sweatshirt to me...
post #981 of 2442
Wolf v Goat: Spring 2012 Button Downs

More items from the Wolf v Goat spring 2012 collection have just arrived. We are proud to introduce 4 new "before dinner" shirts featuring refreshing spring colors and some of the softest Japanese fabrics (Mauro, the WvG designer, really has a good eye for nice fabrics). The WvG "before dinner" shirt runs slim in the shoulder and arms, slim through the body and tapers towards the waist line to allow to wear tucked in or worn out.

Wolf v Goat "Before Dinner" Tencel Cotton Gingham in Royal Blue
* The WvG "before dinner" shirt runs slim in the shoulder and arms, slim through the body and tapers towards the waist line to allow to wear tucked in or worn out.
* The tencel adds breathability, water absorption, and superior softness while cotton adds dexterity.
* MOP (mother of pearl) buttons
* 70% tencel, 30% cotton
* Fabric made in Japan
* Constructed in USA


Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7939000

Wolf v Goat "Before Dinner" Tencel Cotton Gingham in Melon
* The WvG "before dinner" shirt runs slim in the shoulder and arms, slim through the body and tapers towards the waist line to allow to wear tucked in or worn out.
* The tencel adds breathability, water absorption, and superior softness while cotton adds dexterity.
* MOP (mother of pearl) buttons
* 70% tencel, 30% cotton
* Fabric made in Japan
* Constructed in USA


Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7939001

Wolf v Goat "Before Dinner" Red & Blue Tattersall
* The WvG "before dinner" shirt runs slim in the shoulder and arms, slim through the body and tapers towards the waist line to allow to wear tucked in or worn out.
* MOP (mother of pearl) buttons
* 100% cotton
* Fabric made in Japan
* Constructed in USA


Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7939002

Wolf v Goat "Before Dinner" Light Blue Tattersall
* The WvG "before dinner" shirt runs slim in the shoulder and arms, slim through the body and tapers towards the waist line to allow to wear tucked in or worn out.
* MOP (mother of pearl) buttons
* 100% cotton
* Fabric made in Japan
* Constructed in USA


Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7939003

More details cane be seen on our latest blog post: http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/2012/03/wolf-v-goat-before-dinner-long-sleeve_20.html.
post #982 of 2442
Will you guys be getting The West is Dead shorts?
post #983 of 2442
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Originally Posted by ac_slater View Post

Will you guys be getting The West is Dead shorts?

Not this season. Great colors, but we decided to wait on shorts until next spring. West is Dead shorts should be landing in stores now, they just come out of production within the past couple weeks.
post #984 of 2442
Naked & Famous: Skinny Guy Indigo Power Stretch


Introducing the Naked & Famous Skinny Guy indigo power stretch. This model uses the identical fabric as used on the Skinny Guy black power stretch, except in indigo. It was first offered in fall 2011 and was recently released in a new production run and will become a core denim continuously offered each season. We are proud to have it in store as we continue to expand our Naked & Famous denim selection.

Naked & Famous "Skinny Guy" Indigo Power Stretch Denim
* The "Skinny Guy" fit is slim throughtout as it tapers from the thigh to the leg opening with medium rise
* 5 pocket, zipper fly closure
* Made with 12 oz Japanese denim fabric
* 95% cotton, 5% stretch fabric
* Assemebled in Canada


Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7937000

More details cane be seen on our latest blog post: http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/2012/03/naked-famous-skinny-guy-indigo-power.html.
post #985 of 2442
Momotaro: The New Copper Label G017-MB


Introducing the newest denim release from Momotaro - Copper Label Tight Straight G017-MB. The Copper Label is one of the core series produced by Momotaro which up until now we have not stocked, but we are glad to have in store now. The Copper Label denims feature copper accent hardware and a 14.7oz weight selvedge which is slightly lighter compared to the other Momotaro denim series. What makes this release special is the indigo used. Prior to this release, the Copper Label denims featured more vintage style indigos being much lighter shades of indigo and more true to the originals they are modeled after. The new release is a deep indigo that is the same pure indigo used on the Vintage Label denims like the 0701 and on the Going to Battle denims like the 0705sp.

Momotaro Copper Label 14.7oz "Tight Straight" Raw Selvedge Denim - Model G017-MB
* Momotaro's "tight straight" denim fit is slim in the top block, has a low rise, runs slim in the leg, and tapers slightly torwards the leg opening.
* 14.7oz selvedge one wash (washed one time using sea water from Okayama coast)
* Rope dyed deep blue pure indigo
* Flannel pocket bags and back yoke lining dyed in pure indigo
* 1/8" thick cowhide leather patch branded with the Momotaro "Japan Blue" logo
* Stitching of peach logo on back right pocket
* Copper rivets and buttons all engraved with Momotaro logos
* Pink selvedge, pink interior thread - both representing the peach from the "Momotaro" folklore story.
* 100% Zimbabwe cotton
* 100% natural cotton thread
* Available in sizes 28-34, 36
* Made in Japan


Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7936000

More details cane be seen on our latest blog post: http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/2012/03/momotaro-copper-label-147oz-tight.html.
post #986 of 2442
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Originally Posted by Jay-D View Post

Or maybe Canada post is not scanning the package? Or it is in customs? Toronto is usually 7-9 days, so you should see it at the end of this week.
We will post more details this weekend, probably on the 23rd or 24th. I will post here and on our blog. First collab is in production and we are waiting for a final finish date. Looks like mid-April as of right now.

the package hasnt moved since it was scanned somewhere in washington... so im guessing they got rid of the tracking code or some shit
post #987 of 2442
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Originally Posted by cb_32 View Post

the package hasnt moved since it was scanned somewhere in washington... so im guessing they got rid of the tracking code or some shit

I lifted this from another site I deal with. It explains exactly what is going on and why you shouldn't be worried. It's a bit of a read, but worth it:


"On a lighter note - a word to our International Customers: Whether you live in South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Russia, Canada, even Antarctica, or an Island in the Black Sea - no matter where you are (and we have shipped to every single continent, and most countries) we are happy to ship to you. But, a little background about the US Postal Service:

The Postal Service was invented in the late 1700's by Benjamin Franklin. And, since he is thought to be a 'Founding Father of the United States' and a really smart guy, had lots of mistresses, wore silk stockings, and who's picture is on the $100.00
EU €77.51 bill, the Postal Service has chosen NOT to change a thing about Ben's System - it remains pretty much the same as it was when Ben was flying his kite... Entering the 21st Century, the USPS introduced hand held bar code scanners, that registers the entry of a package into the system, and the exit of a package from whichever customs point it leave the US from - but nothing much more than that. The USPS uses the Customs Form Number for their idea of 'tracking' and this number is not used by ANY other system in the world, including yours...rendering the USPS tracking useless as a global system. You may have a modern, streamlined, efficient, electronically tracked postal system, but WE do not. WE have a postal system that is struggling against the 21st Century - unwilling, and some time incapable, but it's all we have. For International Shipments we only offer the following 2 options:

First Class International mail - up to 4 lb package, and Priority Mail International. PMI is faster, sometimes. Neither has real tracking. From personal experience we have observed that nearly all shipments arrive, eventually...but it may take weeks, or months. When we purchase items from Europe, generally the company is insistent on using Fedex Air - quite an expensive shipping method, and has brokerage charges & duties associated with it as well.

We offer USPS methods, in part, because postal services don't usually charge brokerage fees to the receiver. There are sometimes duty & customs fees, but those are assessed by your government, and I cannot estimate them in advance. We do realize, fully, that we are the ONLY company, in the world, offering certain hard to find products, particularly seals & gaskets for your rare espresso machine, some of the high priority services that include complete tracking, insurance coverage, and speed, can seem ludicrous in comparison to the cost of the part you need - that is why we offer postal service. BUT, if you want tracking, and speed, contact us - we are happy to work with you to provide the service you desire, and are willing to pay for, but we are not really happy about providing you parts, and shipping, by an inexpensive method that is not as reliable as you might hope it would be - the risk is on YOU.

Please remember - the customs number is not tracking - there IS no real tracking available for either First Class International Mail, or Priority Mail once it leaves the USA.

Even though Benjamin Franklin might have been a real smart guy, with a bed full of mama's without their pajamas, in the 18th Century, his system isn't holding up so well in the 21st! "
post #988 of 2442
alright fair enough i just hope i wont need to pay for duties or some shit like that lol
post #989 of 2442
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Originally Posted by velomane View Post

I lifted this from another site I deal with. It explains exactly what is going on and why you shouldn't be worried. It's a bit of a read, but worth it:
"On a lighter note - a word to our International Customers: Whether you live in South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Russia, Canada, even Antarctica, or an Island in the Black Sea - no matter where you are (and we have shipped to every single continent, and most countries) we are happy to ship to you. But, a little background about the US Postal Service:
The Postal Service was invented in the late 1700's by Benjamin Franklin. And, since he is thought to be a 'Founding Father of the United States' and a really smart guy, had lots of mistresses, wore silk stockings, and who's picture is on the $100.00
EU €77.51 bill, the Postal Service has chosen NOT to change a thing about Ben's System - it remains pretty much the same as it was when Ben was flying his kite... Entering the 21st Century, the USPS introduced hand held bar code scanners, that registers the entry of a package into the system, and the exit of a package from whichever customs point it leave the US from - but nothing much more than that. The USPS uses the Customs Form Number for their idea of 'tracking' and this number is not used by ANY other system in the world, including yours...rendering the USPS tracking useless as a global system. You may have a modern, streamlined, efficient, electronically tracked postal system, but WE do not. WE have a postal system that is struggling against the 21st Century - unwilling, and some time incapable, but it's all we have. For International Shipments we only offer the following 2 options:
First Class International mail - up to 4 lb package, and Priority Mail International. PMI is faster, sometimes. Neither has real tracking. From personal experience we have observed that nearly all shipments arrive, eventually...but it may take weeks, or months. When we purchase items from Europe, generally the company is insistent on using Fedex Air - quite an expensive shipping method, and has brokerage charges & duties associated with it as well.
We offer USPS methods, in part, because postal services don't usually charge brokerage fees to the receiver. There are sometimes duty & customs fees, but those are assessed by your government, and I cannot estimate them in advance. We do realize, fully, that we are the ONLY company, in the world, offering certain hard to find products, particularly seals & gaskets for your rare espresso machine, some of the high priority services that include complete tracking, insurance coverage, and speed, can seem ludicrous in comparison to the cost of the part you need - that is why we offer postal service. BUT, if you want tracking, and speed, contact us - we are happy to work with you to provide the service you desire, and are willing to pay for, but we are not really happy about providing you parts, and shipping, by an inexpensive method that is not as reliable as you might hope it would be - the risk is on YOU.
Please remember - the customs number is not tracking - there IS no real tracking available for either First Class International Mail, or Priority Mail once it leaves the USA.
Even though Benjamin Franklin might have been a real smart guy, with a bed full of mama's without their pajamas, in the 18th Century, his system isn't holding up so well in the 21st! "

Not strictly true. It is possible to track the package at least it is possible with USPS/India Post. Within a day or 2 of the package getting scanned in the US, India Post starts showing its status much before it has reached India. Basically, I think they share a database or something ...

I have a package on the way from the US and just checked its status.

As per India Post
http://ipsweb.ptcmysore.gov.in/ipswebtracking/IPSWeb_item_events.asp?itemid=CW024169244US&Submit=Submit

ITEM n° CW024169244US new search
Local Date and Time Country Location Event Type Extra Information
2/27/2012 7:53:00 PM UNITED STATES 10001 Receive item from customer (Otb)
3/1/2012 12:05:00 PM UNITED STATES FOREIGN CENTER JERSEY CITY NJ 099 Receive item at office of exchange (Otb)
3/1/2012 12:07:00 PM UNITED STATES FOREIGN CENTER JERSEY CITY NJ 099 Insert item into bag (Otb)
3/5/2012 11:52:00 AM INDIA DELHI FOREIGN POST OFFICE Receive item at office of exchange (Inb)
3/5/2012 3:22:00 PM INDIA DELHI FOREIGN POST OFFICE Send item to customs (Inb)
3/22/2012 4:39:00 PM INDIA DELHI FOREIGN POST OFFICE Record item customs information (Inb)
Retention reason : Other
3/23/2012 1:42:00 PM INDIA DELHI FOREIGN POST OFFICE Record item customs information (Inb)
Retention reason : Other
3/24/2012 10:11:00 AM INDIA DELHI FOREIGN POST OFFICE Return item from customs (Inb)
3/24/2012 12:38:00 PM INDIA DELHI FOREIGN POST OFFICE Send item to domestic location (Inb)

As per USPS
https://tools.usps.com/go/TrackConfirmAction_input?qtc_tLabels1=CW024169244US&qtc_senddate1=&qtc_zipcode1=

CW024169244US
Priority Mail International Parcels
Customs clearance processing complete
March 24, 2012, 1:08 pm
INDIA
International Parcels
Customs Clearance
March 23, 2012, 2:12 pm
INDIA
Customs Clearance
March 22, 2012, 5:09 pm
INDIA
Customs Clearance
March 05, 2012, 3:52 pm
INDIA
Processed Through Sort Facility
March 05, 2012, 12:22 pm
INDIA
Processed Through Sort Facility
March 01, 2012, 12:07 pm
FOREIGN CENTERJERSEY CITY NJ 099
Arrived at Sort Facility
March 01, 2012, 12:05 pm
FOREIGN CENTERJERSEY CITY NJ 099
Depart USPS Sort Facility
February 29, 2012
KEARNY, NJ 07032
Processed at USPS Origin Sort Facility
February 29, 2012, 7:59 am
KEARNY, NJ 07032
Acceptance
February 27, 2012, 7:53 pm
NEW YORK, NY 10001
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