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post #16 of 50
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Originally Posted by denimdestroyedmylife
heh, thanks! I got my LW hoodies from coldrice, it's almost cold enough to rock them!! can't wait! Here's the link to my spruce and lw photoset: http://flickr.com/photos/ayn/sets/72157594150585170/
post #17 of 50
In a month or so I'll be doing the whole xcoldricex replacement thing. I gives you enough time to save up.
post #18 of 50
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Originally Posted by ayn
heh, thanks! I got my LW hoodies from coldrice, it's almost cold enough to rock them!! can't wait!

Here's the link to my spruce and lw photoset: http://flickr.com/photos/ayn/sets/72157594150585170/


kinda looks like chainmail ahha.
post #19 of 50
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Originally Posted by ayn
heh, thanks! I got my LW hoodies from coldrice, it's almost cold enough to rock them!! can't wait!

Here's the link to my spruce and lw photoset: http://flickr.com/photos/ayn/sets/72157594150585170/

love your photographs.
post #20 of 50
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Originally Posted by 2000dB
In a month or so I'll be doing the whole xcoldricex replacement thing. I gives you enough time to save up.

Thank goodness! I missed out on LW the first time around. I really want a hoody, a crewneck, and a few pocket tees.
post #21 of 50
Quote:
heh, thanks! I got my LW hoodies from coldrice, it's almost cold enough to rock them!! can't wait!

Here's the link to my spruce and lw photoset: http://flickr.com/photos/ayn/sets/72157594150585170/

The zippers on that Spruce hoody look super cool. What other brands use them?
post #22 of 50
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Originally Posted by Oldboy
The zippers on that Spruce hoody look super cool. What other brands use them?

Expensive ones. Dries van Noten use them, some Prada pieces use them. At $14 a pop, they are pretty much the most expensive non-vintage zippers there are. Vintage Talon zippers add as much as $50 to the price of a jacket, but are virtually unbreakable.
post #23 of 50
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Originally Posted by 2000dB
In a month or so I'll be doing the whole xcoldricex replacement thing. I gives you enough time to save up.
If you drop me a line when you start doing that, I really want to make an order too.
post #24 of 50
How many Loopwheeler "basic" hoodies are there?

I tried one on during my last trip to Japan, but it was a little tight (Small).

I thought the guy said it was too hard to alter because I decided against trying the medium (sleeves would be way too long).

There was a second model with a pouch or two, and some text on the hoodie, that was a little looser, but I didn't like the pouches.

They were sold out of the black T's as well

m
post #25 of 50
BTW can they really do MTM hoodies? I am pretty sure they said it was just the regular sweaters, but maybe something was lost in translation (my GF was doing the talking).

m
post #26 of 50
yes they can. takes a few months though. they can do hoodies/zip hoodies.
post #27 of 50
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Originally Posted by xcoldricex
yes they can. takes a few months though. they can do hoodies/zip hoodies.

On the sizing information for the Japanese LW site, it says the XS sweatshirts measure 54.0cm across the chest, which is over 21 inches, which is pretty big. Am I reading that wrong or are they really like that? I was hoping to get one but I'm like a 36 inch chest.
post #28 of 50
Anyone? And by anyone, I pretty much mean coldrice?
post #29 of 50
I'd like to know too. I've always been thrown off by the measurements listed by Loopwheeler on its own website.

I fit into a large, slim fit Spruce hoodie. I can't imagine having to go down to a XS for LW. Ironic given it's a japanese company.
post #30 of 50
I tried on two different LW hoodies, one being a little slim for my tastes, and the other being a decent fit although I didn't like the style (extra pouches).

Both were a size S. My chest is around 35-36" (I think).

I don't think these are giant hoodies by any stretch of the imagination

m
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