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post #25216 of 39324
Nah, it's not that ridiculous. He's just an idiot and measured back length from the top of the collar.
post #25217 of 39324
It looks like a size 46 with 50 lengths. Gotta be pretty damn tall and skinny to make that work.
post #25218 of 39324
I'll post a picture of it on me in the FS forum, sorry.
post #25219 of 39324
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

I didn't know there was a vintage section there... what do they sell? haha. We go out there sometimes as they sell the suiting and coat wools there.

First of all- they've got amazing Korean food. Bindaetteok and makgeoli are so delicious! As for the vintage market- it's on the second floor of one of the buildings there. I'm sure if you ask an ajumma she can point out where it is.

 

They've got lots of cool things, most of which dates back at least 10 years and is not Korean made. A surprising amount of clothing had clothing tags printed entirely in Japanese. As per current Korean fashion trends you can expect to see TONS of olive parkas and 'perfecto' style jackets. All of which were blown out of the water by the DR 2010 (and I'm sure would be by the fishtail). 

 

There's also a bunch of really nice 100% wool sweaters, made in Ireland, and around 10k to 25k won. I found a couple of Schott peacoats, which were 80k won (pre-haggle) but the cuts were a bit boxy for my taste. 

It was also surprising seeing the shopkeepers. They looked like young hipsters who would be more at home in Hongdae. They were a lot of fun to talk to a joke around with. I almost felt guilty not buying anything. And there were a shit-ton of cute Korean girls browsing.

The market didn't seemed like the kind of place you'd go to suddenly solve all of the clothing issues with your wardrobe. Rather, you'd go there to find individual pieces to mix and match and integrate with the rest of your wardrobe- much like ToJ.

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Originally Posted by 13k View Post

http://johncoppidge.tumblr.com/availableproducts (yes)

is everything available right now rolling over to john coppidge???
post #25221 of 39324
Probably not.
post #25222 of 39324
Very sorry for posting my listing in here.

What is the time frame nowadays for a new TOJ? I want to order a few new ones.
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Originally Posted by cjmorris21 View Post

Very sorry for posting my listing in here.
What is the time frame nowadays for a new TOJ? I want to order a few new ones.


I'm pretty sure Drew said they're at 8 weeks for new orders.

post #25224 of 39324
Was told 4-6 weeks on my bomber, should be tracking pretty soon if that's true
post #25225 of 39324
11 weeks for my bomber (8/22 - 11/7), ordered after hiatus. Just put another order into queue as well.

iphone5 pic from last week:
post #25226 of 39324
Damn that really fits you well.

Perfect fit on the shoulder and sleeves really sells the bomber for me.
post #25227 of 39324
Anyone receive tracking for their peacoat? :O
post #25228 of 39324
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Originally Posted by zetazeta View Post

Anyone receive tracking for their peacoat? :O

Ordered one back August 23rd? or whatever the day orders were reopened and nothing yet. Hopefully this Friday it gets shipped

post #25229 of 39324
that bomber fit looks siiiiiiiiicccccckkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

nice and clean
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Originally Posted by 89andy View Post

really need boots other than clarks deserts in my wardrobe.
what do you guys think of the wolverine 1000 miles, good for a brown a2 and black 4zip moto or...?

 

been torn between iron rangers and wolverine 1000 miles for the last year =\

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