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what does the reverse look like?

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How does sizing run on this? I thought Kimmel ran large......
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How does sizing run on this? I thought Kimmel ran large......

 

I think so, measurements looked pretty big.  Reverse is here:

 

AKM23036 Featured Item | Adam Kimmel Reversible Bomber

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RATIONALIZE

OK FINE YOU'RE RIGHT

When it arrives, I'll prolly just remove the stitches from the beanie and attach them to the back of my head/shirt with tape, then throw the actual hat away...
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OK FINE YOU'RE RIGHT
When it arrives, I'll prolly just remove the stitches from the beanie and attach them to the back of my head/shirt with tape, then throw the actual hat away...

I thought you were going to put them on your purple ervell beanie, for the ultimate beanie collab.
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Originally Posted by BreezyBirch View Post

RATIONALIZE

OK FINE YOU'RE RIGHT

When it arrives, I'll prolly just remove the stitches from the beanie and attach them to the back of my head/shirt with tape, then throw the actual hat away...

I walk around with those stiches all day, mostly people just want to cut them off. I've even been pissed off at a dry cleaners because they cut them off, not cause of the stitches but the act of just cutting shit off without asking
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I thought you were going to put them on your purple ervell beanie, for the ultimate beanie collab.

Wow now that's an idea!
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go to any hobby store, buy white thread and a sewing needle, done.

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go to any hobby store, buy white thread and a sewing needle, done.

Have to get the angles and spacing just so..
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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

I walk around with those stiches all day, mostly people just want to cut them off. I've even been pissed off at a dry cleaners because they cut them off, not cause of the stitches but the act of just cutting shit off without asking

Real talk man I had a margiela jacket and the inner tag was missing a pick stitch. While I was getting the lining fixed, I told a tailor to add another pick stitch to the corner (just one!). That asshole took all the pick stitches out and completely sewed the label on the garment. Never again...
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Real talk man I had a margiela jacket and the inner tag was missing a pick stitch. While I was getting the lining fixed, I told a tailor to add another pick stitch to the corner (just one!). That asshole took all the pick stitches out and completely sewed the label on the garment. Never again...

Aw that sucks man frown.gif

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Ha nah I was looking for a simple grey wool beanie for a while, and I got this one basically new for a really good price, so I figured what the hell. Plus, who in the world other than us weirdos would actually recognize the 4 stitches?!

All jokes aside, I have that MMM beanie - have had it for a year, and it is the best beanie I own, besides the two MMM beanies I bought this year. I don't know if I have a weird head or I'm just really neurotic about my beanies, but the MMM ones have the best fit of any I've owned, besides any iconic stitch. I'd still prefer this one over anything out there, and I bought it because of that.

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All jokes aside, I have that MMM beanie - have had it for a year, and it is the best beanie I own, besides the two MMM beanies I bought this year. I don't know if I have a weird head or I'm just really neurotic about my beanies, but the MMM ones have the best fit of any I've owned, besides any iconic stitch. I'd still prefer this one over anything out there, and I bought it because of that.

Good to hear! Looks like it was just big/chunky enough to balance my equally large head, and I liked the subtle marled color. i was going to buy an NDG shetland marled beanie, but found it had been worn a lot and that really turned me off, for a hat at least. Does it fit slightly slouchy like in the fit pic or more snug on a big head?
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Good to hear! Looks like it was just big/chunky enough to balance my equally large head, and I liked the subtle marled color. i was going to buy an NDG shetland marled beanie, but found it had been worn a lot and that really turned me off, for a hat at least. Does it fit slightly slouchy like in the fit pic or more snug on a big head?

My fitted size is 7 3/8, so I wouldn't say my head is "big," but it really depends on what size you got - they come in S, M, L. I'm betting yours is M, and yes, it will be slouchy depending on your head size/tagged size.

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Uniqlo Tasmanian wool trousers, 2 heat tech t-shirts, an oxford, and some socks. Baller all the way.
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outlier wool vest
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