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@ari, please post what your gfs shoes are here on the forum, I want to know as well smile.gif
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yeah, i sold a re ordered a new one in a diff colour (ivory-ordered mid oct so i might be getting tracking soon??)
the arm holes gave me bruises and the zipper took a chunk of my pinky with it. HARD.CORE.TOJ.
i sized up and went with lamb lol redface.gif
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haha that is terrible and crazy how people report bruising and loss of blood circulation from their TOJ jackets. My jacket is snug but I haven't gotten any bruises, although i am extremely muscular. (not implying that you're not or anything).
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Terrible shot but my QDR got work in this weekend.

sick jacket! you in boston? looks like newbury street maybe?
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Thats definitely Newbury street
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In the spirit of the M66 talk in Recent Purchases I have a feeling JC could do something likethis wjk but at a much nicer price point... if JC is gonna continue to ToJ tradition of military-inspired outerwear.

 

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I just had to stop my self from switching leather choice again after seeing that navy.

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sick jacket! you in boston? looks like newbury street maybe?
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Drew, or others, will the Baseball jacket be suitable for tropical weather? If not what would be your recommendation for the most tropical climate friendly design?
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How tropical?, I can't wear a jacket when its over 80˚ Either way the lamb suede on the A-1, Type III and the Harrington is much thinner (and softer!) than the calf suede on the Baseball...

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equatorial tropical at around 85F, hahah.. though I know we are somehow used to this weather. All them white tourists sweat like crazy even in tees and shorts around here, while locals can strut around in thick denim and something like a hoodie over tee
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equatorial tropical at around 85F, hahah.. though I know we are somehow used to this weather. All them white tourists sweat like crazy even in tees and shorts around here, while locals can strut around in thick denim and something like a hoodie over tee
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Originally Posted by kashmir View Post

equatorial tropical at around 85F, hahah.. though I know we are somehow used to this weather. All them white tourists sweat like crazy even in tees and shorts around here, while locals can strut around in thick denim and something like a hoodie over tee
Humidity is a big factor too. Every time I go back to the homeland in South East Asia (it's always hot and humid year round), I'm in short sleeve shirts and shorts 24/7.
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yeah, indonesia + singapore here, it should be around the same
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x-post wj4 and I

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Thread Starter 
have worn TOJ at 85F, but the lighter pieces. Going to continue exploring that, the 'styling at 90F' category, since I often find myself there too and am tired of white V neck tees.

Wishing wj4 wore a TOJ for that meetup. frown.gif wtf man. No-name buffalo check CPO doesn't fit for a TOJ meetup....
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