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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

that.... you will see soon. all in time, my friend.

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Originally Posted by stick View Post

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You remind me of Scrappy Doo.

 

We all have a holy grail.

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I'm glad you've gotten over your thing with N-3Bs smile.gif

Any estimates on pricing and when that can be ordered?
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Originally Posted by Arethusa View Post

2010DR needs fur

please
You could just discuss this with your local furrier/leather dealer. They can probably offer you a much larger range of colors and furs anyways, and probably hook you up with a specialist who can work with the existing hardware on your DR to make the fur wearable.

I'm not against a fur DR, but I think that you can resolve this on your own without waiting for a new design.
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I'm looking at photos on the TOJ Gallery, and the sleeves end at different areas (some at the wrist, some just past the wrist, and some to the beginning of the thumb).

 

Where should the sleeves on a leather jacket end?

 

The same for the bottom of the jacket. Where should that end? At the hips?
 

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yessss n3b
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Originally Posted by buildingbob View Post

I'm looking at photos on the TOJ Gallery, and the sleeves end at different areas (some at the wrist, some just past the wrist, and some to the beginning of the thumb).

Where should the sleeves on a leather jacket end?

The same for the bottom of the jacket. Where should that end? At the hips?

 

It's all personal preference.
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Originally Posted by omgcookielol View Post

You could just discuss this with your local furrier/leather dealer. They can probably offer you a much larger range of colors and furs anyways, and probably hook you up with a specialist who can work with the existing hardware on your DR to make the fur wearable.

I'm not against a fur DR, but I think that you can resolve this on your own without waiting for a new design.
Nah, I know. There's a famous furrier in brooklyn I'm going to hit up at some point in the near future. I just think it would be epic to have toj do it is all.
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Originally Posted by Gauss17 View Post

I'm on week 16 redface.gif. It has to be soon lol.

same man, hoping its soon as I want to get a FQHH jacket now but need to get sizing down. Also trying to decide if I want to be spending $800 on jackets or on shoes.
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Which leather(s) would be best for a spring/summer jacket?

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You guys have got me into leather.

 

Now I Just have to decide... Double Rider or Minimalist Double Rider? And Silver or Black Hardware. Hmmm. 

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Originally Posted by buildingbob View Post

Which leather(s) would be best for a spring/summer jacket?

I would say lamb suede.
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

Nobody compliments me on my dr. I think they're scared.

I never get comments on what I wear anymore, I only get "ohhhh....... cute dog". shog[1].gif




Also any updates on some more quilt. devil.gif
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

You guys have got me into leather.

 

Now I Just have to decide... Double Rider or Minimalist Double Rider? And Silver or Black Hardware. Hmmm. 

Personaly MDR also as previously stated 4-zip is king and silver zips > black

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I really like the Double Rider but I feel that it only works for certain types of people (I would not be able to pull it off). For those who have it do you feel self conscious when wearing it?
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