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post #16 of 30
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Originally Posted by dieselman89 View Post
What do you think of the quality of the Sid Mashburn shirts? Are they worth the $150?

Yes. I have a couple shirts and love them. The price is in line with other similarly positioned retailers.
post #17 of 30
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Originally Posted by cmacey View Post
Yes. I have a couple shirts and love them. The price is in line with other similarly positioned retailers.

Good to know. Thanks for the reply. I think their ties are a little overpriced though....
post #18 of 30
I've long been a huge fan of this store. I have their double monks, a belt (these are a great value, MIUSA, English bridle leather, $49.50), some shorts (impeccable fit), and have picked up the odd polo here and there, which aren't SM brand. In addition I get all my APCs from Sid and crew, and I'm willing to proxy SM items if anyone needs.
post #19 of 30
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Originally Posted by xchen View Post
I've long been a huge fan of this store. I have their double monks, a belt (these are a great value, MIUSA, English bridle leather, $49.50), some shorts (impeccable fit), and have picked up the odd polo here and there, which aren't SM brand. In addition I get all my APCs from Sid and crew, and I'm willing to proxy SM items if anyone needs.
I did not see belts for $49.50... were they dressed belts?? Also, IMHO APC jean are ugly.
post #20 of 30
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post #21 of 30
Thinking of picking up a pair of their canvas trousers.
What are your thoughts on their fit and quality?
post #22 of 30
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Originally Posted by edubs01 View Post
Thinking of picking up a pair of their canvas trousers.
What are your thoughts on their fit and quality?

Don't own a pair but I have tried them on before. They are pretty comfortable, straight through the hip and then a slight taper below the knee (at least this was my experience). Can't speak to the quality as I haven't walked a mile in them but a good rule of thumb is that if SM's name is on it, it's better than decent.

Note that Sid is a big fan of showing off ankle or "the male cleavage" as he refers to it. Accordingly, his pants are cut to flatter that look.

His online shop goes live tomorrow, so perhaps the pants will be on a model to give you a better idea.
post #23 of 30
I have a pair of the "butterscotch" color. I love them.
post #24 of 30
man i hate that i missed this shop when i was there. Ill be going back next month...im gonna make sure to check it out.
post #25 of 30
I think his online shop is opening tomorrow.
post #26 of 30
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Originally Posted by TRA8324 View Post
I think his online shop is opening tomorrow.

no kidding? good to hear.
post #27 of 30
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Originally Posted by TRA8324 View Post
I think his online shop is opening tomorrow.

About time. He has needed one for a while. I had having to make a trip out there every time I want to look at stuff.
post #28 of 30
Will those dub monks ever go on sale?
post #29 of 30
Sorry for the necro-post, but I'm blown away at the high regard held by a local name I had never heard of before -- particularly since I live within 3 miles of the store. Can't wait to visit it for the first time this weekend!
post #30 of 30
More good customer service at Sid Mashburn over the weekend. They really make you feel at home there. I just got some Saphir polish and tools. The place itself is a real destination store. I especially like their interest in vinyl records and the expanded audio corner. Highly recommended.
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