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post #46 of 262
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Any more details to share at the moment? Looks interesting!

In production now! Arrival in approximately 3-4 weeks.

This denim will use all of the standard details used by Left Field and same slim straight fit.
post #47 of 262
There is a great arcticle posted about Left Field and designer Christian McCann on Commerce with a Conscience, an online magazine and blog featuring socially responsible products and written by Brad Bennett. Brad wrote a nice article telling a bit of history of Left Field and some of the struggles Christian has endured over the years. Below are comments and photos taken directly from the article.

Long before L.L.Bean went Signature, or Lands End went Canvas, or J.Crew went Red Wing, there was Left Field NYC. Founded by Christian McCann, the Brooklyn-based label has been churning out rugged, American-made goods since chambray was still putting the blue in blue collar. “We have been in business for over 10 years,” explains McCann, “and have always strived to make quality, made in America clothing at a fair price.” Unfortunately, being so ahead of the curve (just think about what you were wearing in the late ’90s), meant that the majority of people who initially took advantage of those fair prices lived elsewhere. “The Japanese have been great supporters of our brand,” notes McCann. “And, they’re a good litmus test for authenticity.” But, even without the domestic audience, McCann believed enough in what he was doing to keep his label going, never deviating from his original vision.



More information can be seen at http://www.commercewithaconscience.i...eft-field-nyc/ and in our latest blogpost at http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/...erce-with.html
post #48 of 262
Awesome article! And great pics of sufu member (and SF?) eltopo, whose fits, style and pics are always awesome.
post #49 of 262
does anyone happen to know if they're vanity sized as far as waist sizes go? i wanted measurements on their duck chinos. what's the actual waist size on the 36?
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post #51 of 262
my size 32's measure 34 inches in the waist after a wash and stretch about a half inch after about 2-3 wears. according to the measurements provided on the big site the size 36 measures 37" in the waist. his chart was true for my size 32's if that helps.
post #52 of 262
lol, daddy is super quick today!
post #53 of 262
has anyone been able to find any of those plaid shirts in his lookbook?
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has anyone been able to find any of those plaid shirts in his lookbook?

Released in about another week. We will stock several of the styles and expect them to arrive before October 1st.
post #55 of 262
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Released in about another week. We will stock several of the styles and expect them to arrive before October 1st.

awesome, thank you!
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Introducing 4 new Japanese flannel button downs from Left Field

Left Field Japanese Flannel Long Sleeve Button Down in Brick Buffalo - $175
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999500
- Ultra-soft Japanese fabric
- 100% cotton
- Pearl buttons
- Made in USA



Left Field Japanese Flannel Long Sleeve Button Down in Yankee Brick - $175
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999501
- Ultra-soft Japanese fabric
- 100% cotton
- Pearl buttons
- Made in USA



Left Field Japanese Flannel Long Sleeve Button Down in Blood Plaid - $175
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999502
- Ultra-soft Japanese fabric
- 100% cotton
- Pearl buttons
- Made in USA



Left Field Japanese Flannel Long Sleeve Button Down in Earth Plaid - $175
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999503
- Ultra-soft Japanese fabric
- 100% cotton
- Pearl buttons
- Made in USA

post #57 of 262
jay, is there any chance of you restocking those olive chinos in 34?
post #58 of 262
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jay, is there any chance of you restocking those olive chinos in 34?

Yes, we will be restocking olive, wheat, and adding a black cone selvedge. These are a ways out though so please be patient, probably 6-8 weeks, maybe longer.
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Coming soon: Left Field x Blue Owl Workshop Kaihara Mills Rainbow Raw Selvedge Collaboration Denim

Next month we expect the arrival of Blue Owl's first collaboration denim with Left Field. This collaboration denim will feature a 14oz unsanforized raw selvedge that is roped dyed in pure natural indigo and made on vintage shuttle looms by Kaihara Mills in Japan. The denim is manufactured in the USA and will feature Left Field's signature slim straight leg fit and all of Left Field's standard details. More details to come soon!

Also, check out our latest blog post about the collaboration denim at http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/...-blue-owl.html.
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Restocks just arrived - Japanese flannel button downs from Left Field

Left Field Japanese Flannel Long Sleeve Button Down in Brick Buffalo - $175
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7998302
- Ultra-soft Japanese fabric
- 100% cotton
- Pearl buttons
- Made in USA



Left Field Japanese Flannel Long Sleeve Button Down in Yankee Brick - $175
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7998303
- Ultra-soft Japanese fabric
- 100% cotton
- Pearl buttons
- Made in USA



Left Field Japanese Flannel Long Sleeve Button Down in Blood Plaid - $175
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7998304
- Ultra-soft Japanese fabric
- 100% cotton
- Pearl buttons
- Made in USA



Left Field Japanese Flannel Long Sleeve Button Down in Earth Plaid - $175
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7998305
- Ultra-soft Japanese fabric
- 100% cotton
- Pearl buttons
- Made in USA

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