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post #2716 of 42002
I think the Baseball jacket will be my first TOJ purchase...just have to decide if I want stripes or solid. Now, if you still made the T-1 I'd make it a double purchase...
post #2717 of 42002
The suede baseball is gorgeous but I think I will just have to tough it out until the next varsity jacket - whenever that is.
post #2718 of 42002
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
whoa dude, that is next level tracking. At least you know it made it safely, it's like seeing the headlights pull into the driveway.
Haha, I work at the airport, man. I always go out to the airfield to monitor my workers since they tend to mess around a lot when they think no one is looking and attend meetings when our customers invite me to.

I once thought of wearing a ToJ piece and taking an outfit picture behind an Air Korean A/C...but I would get in trouble for that for sure.

If I had the time, I would probably scope things out and look for the gray bags. Haha.
post #2719 of 42002
Hey Drew,

How hard is it to maintain the suede? What if it gets wet when it rains all of a sudden due to swag overload?

I'm thinking a red baseball jacket right now.
post #2720 of 42002
I'm visualizing the red baseball jacket and my mouth is watering.

But I'm gonna be using my grey suede ToJ daypack all spring/summer.. which would be cho-kawaii with a dark blue.

decisions decisions.

on another note: what are the differences between lamb suede and calf split? i've never handled lamb suede before D:
post #2721 of 42002
Also I'm waiting for the resident PS personnel Unicorn to do some magic on the baseball in red.
post #2722 of 42002
Please, please make the green happen Jawnz.
post #2723 of 42002
I'd love to see some more fit pics of the Minimalist, if anyone has gotten the jacket yet.
post #2724 of 42002
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Originally Posted by L.R. View Post
I'd love to see some more fit pics of the Minimalist, if anyone has gotten the jacket yet.

I think it might be a month before you start seeing fits of the minimalist DR. Not sure how many have ordered, but +1 on the fit pics.
post #2725 of 42002
does suede destroy suede? i know i cant wear the varsity side of my toj1 anymore because my grey daypack is shedding all over it ._.
post #2726 of 42002
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
Also, since I'm the "Steve Jobs of internet clothing forums" - one more thing:

TOJ suede A-1 blouson:

-Calf split suede as above, for $525
-Lamb suede for $710
-sateen lining
-horn buttons
-cotton trim, highneck button/loop collar
-same sizing chart as Bomber jacket
-colors available: limited colors for split, many colors for lamb
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

This looks awesome, would love to see a fit pic.
post #2727 of 42002
I'm a bit anxious about purchasing suede because doesn't it go to shit if it gets rained on?
post #2728 of 42002
you guys are talking about rain on suede, but i believe the baseball jacket at least was made for the spring/summer.
post #2729 of 42002
Good God, ToJ is on fire. Get it now kids, while it's still niche and affordable. I have to get back to Charley tomorrow on my moto, since I left him hanging with my sizing indecisiveness, and the fact I was waiting for new styles to drop.
post #2730 of 42002
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post
you guys are talking about rain on suede, but i believe the baseball jacket at least was made for the spring/summer.
Traditional baseball jackets aren't made of suede though. Turn on a MLB game, lol.

Drew, I never had a suede jacket before. How is the material compared to lamb or calf? How's the draping effects, if any?
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