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also curious, about to order a leather but wondering if I should hold off
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Thread Starter 
will be awhile til you see new leathers - I'm going on vacation for 3 days from next Monday, and then I'll be in Seoul from the Monday after that until some samples are done for showing... so around the second week of February. Most of the leathers are settling into their respective places, and won't be changed, looking at just adding more styles.
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

gonna be new jackets, I was talking about that with Dan today. In 2 years time we've covered a lot of the classical jacket styles in some form or another, but there's still a few left to 'TOJ' and so we will do that. We are still gonna be heavy on outerwear for sure. Just looking forward to completing looks and having more than outers on the TOJ menu, it will finally be possible to have the matching TOJ pants and inner layers soon devil.gif

Thanks for the reply Drew,

Really, really excited to see what you guys can come up with this year.
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Any clues as to what jackets might be around the corner, and is anything coming off the menu, like say the suede A1?
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a vest on the horizen?
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Are models for guys with bigger drops still on the horizon? smile.gif
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couldn't you just spec the right measurements?
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ok, stupid question but what is a "drop?" I've seen it mentioned a few times but can never find a definition shog[1].gif
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Thread Starter 
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nothwithit, you don't really have an abnormal drop or out of tis world measurements. You are normal.
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ok, stupid question but what is a "drop?" I've seen it mentioned a few times but can never find a definition shog[1].gif


difference between your chest and waist measurement.  ie. if your chest is 40 and your waist is 32, you have an 8" drop.  

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ah makes sense, thank you smile.gif
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difference between your chest and waist measurement.  ie. if your chest is 40 and your waist is 32, you have an 8" drop.  

This is sort of misleading though. I only have a difference of like 6-7 inches that way but my midsection is quite a bit smaller than my waist and thats where things are usually baggy.
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I thought the waist was just above the belly button and the smallest point while the hips are at the hips. Maybe I'm wrong.
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Yea, true-waist is like what 2 inches above the belly button (around there?), which is different than the waist people think of related to jeans--which is closer to the hips...

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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

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nothwithit, you don't really have an abnormal drop or out of tis world measurements. You are normal.

I don't disagree; drop 10 is well within the range of normal.

All the same, when you were sizing me, you expressed reluctance to add too much suppression in the midsection, and I believe you said it might look weird with the design of the jacket.

And...I dunno, you mentioned that you were thinking about something along those lines a while ago, so I thought it wouldn't hurt to ask. shog[1].gif
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