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I'll be wearing the 2026 4-zip Moto when I'm 44. That and the 2026 DR.
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Speaking of looking into the future, look at this new peacoat we've whipped up. We'll offer a revamped version of the classic TOJ peacoat that buttons 8-roll-6, but I also wanted to make a slightly more polished looking Admiral's peacoat, and so this one buttons 8-roll-4, with 4 pockets, and a slightly longer, less boxy cut than the original. I like the idea of having two peas in the upcoming collection.



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And some cleaned up MA-1 pics:



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So the classic peacoat will still be on offer?

that's beautiful, but I can't get behind that style of pockets on a peacoat.

 

(dat MA-1)

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I want another one already. Probably sized up with length (to keep on ice).

How am I supposed to go back to my uniqlo now?

All I wanna know is, now that you are wearing the actual shirt, was the Hitler parody video warranted? y/n
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I like where this is going, Drew it seems like you are moving more towards my aesthetic.

It's going to be interesting to see the new winter line up and hopefully more diamond quilt.
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I'll be 28 tomorrow, baseball and A2 in the closet and debating third coppidge, black lamb rib collar CWU is front runner, as I only have browns. MA-1 and peacoat are runners up.

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I like where this is going, Drew it seems like you are moving more towards my aesthetic.

It's going to be interesting to see the new winter line up and hopefully more diamond quilt.

I'm still about finding ways to improve the quality and to try things I haven't done yet. I still want each piece to stand on their own, because that's how you buy them - but also want to produce enough someday so that looks can be created and the TOJ 'look' reveals itself to everyone. It'll be pretty mild looking, for sure, but you guys know me and I love quality constructions and materials, and the idea that these things will do service for a long time. That's good clothes, to me.
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so happy there will be a new peacoat next f/w. now to decide what to get myself for this years birthday
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I think...I think I want to wear this shirt everyday. I might just.

What are the care instructions? Machine wash? It seriously cannot afford to shrink because it's already pretty much bespoke to my upper body.
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I think...I think I want to wear this shirt everyday. I might just.

What are the care instructions? Machine wash? It seriously cannot afford to shrink because it's already pretty much bespoke to my upper body.

you can machine wash, cold, press normally. It comes to you pre-shrunk and washed, so there's likely not gonna be much shrinkage further.
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I think...I think I want to wear this shirt everyday. I might just.

What are the care instructions? Machine wash? It seriously cannot afford to shrink because it's already pretty much bespoke to my upper body.

Mind sharing what size you got, and your height/weight?
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I'm still about finding ways to improve the quality and to try things I haven't done yet. I still want each piece to stand on their own, because that's how you buy them - but also want to produce enough someday so that looks can be created and the TOJ 'look' reveals itself to everyone. It'll be pretty mild looking, for sure, but you guys know me and I love quality constructions and materials, and the idea that these things will do service for a long time. That's good clothes, to me.

Classic, well tailored, quality clothing will always be in style, so you can't go wrong there.
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Drew (or anyone really), do you have any recommendations for jackets that would look especially good in the dark blue calf?  

 

I was leaning towards the 2010 dr, but I could be persuaded to go with something else instead...

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MA-1 calls to me everytime

 

need that size chart bruh

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