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post #40111 of 45017
I ordered mine in December and expecting mine around October hopefully. Sure, it would be nice to have it earlier but I'm not worried since I couldn't wear the jacket until October anyways
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I think I get it. John Coppidge in Jönköping, sounds kind of funny if you pronounce it like a yank but doesn't work if you pronounce it like a swede. smile.gif

Jawn- Kopping

post #40113 of 45017
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post
 

Jacket #5

BCDR, Black Lamb, Bemberg Lining, Chanel Shoulder Quilting, Black Hardware.

 


Silver or go home, son.

 

 

 

post #40114 of 45017
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I e-mailed yesterday with all of these details. I have made no modifications when I ordered/paid on 11/12/13 (30th week). Keep in mind I was quoted 16-20 weeks before I purchased and then was re-quoted 35 weeks after 20 weeks had passed. Here is the response:

"It may be a few months til completion."

This is a very non-committal answer. It may or may not be a few months? What does this even mean? It may be 3 months? It may be 6 months? It may not? They've been running this business for years. If they have x number of jackets in the queue and y number of jackets get produced each month or week, they should be able to provide reasonable estimates on wait time.
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Originally Posted by ghdvfddzgzdzg 
these sewing people, now 65 or some shit, who have been doing sewing work for some time, and whose hands are...well, i'm less than half that and my hands could not do that job. so i'm not surprised if the rate of production has slowed, knowing that. They produce at an unpredictable rate, and with the holidays, it's hard to predict a production speed. There's gonna be a point down the order line, and I'm not gonna guess where that is, where a guess can be any amount of wrong.
post #40115 of 45017

Is it possible to get channel quilting on a 4ZIP MDR?  Not with the channel going horizontal on the shoulders, but vertical like the BCDR?  Looking through gallery, can't find any examples.  Just wondering.  Lot's of options...

post #40116 of 45017
So that rack, are these all jackets that are ready to ship?
post #40117 of 45017
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post

So that rack, are these all jackets that are ready to ship?

 

 

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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

business as usual... that's one room. there are 4 more rooms...
 
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post #40119 of 45017
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Originally Posted by RetroFuture View Post

Is it possible to get channel quilting on a 4ZIP MDR?  Not with the channel going horizontal on the shoulders, but vertical like the BCDR?  Looking through gallery, can't find any examples.  Just wondering.  Lot's of options...
to my knowledge, they stopped allowing this kind of customization a while back.
post #40120 of 45017
i believe foxhound's q is, "are the jackets in that picture completed," not "are the jackets in that picture the only ones completed"
post #40121 of 45017

hello

 

any tips on how a double rider should fit? i would love to hear some of your aesthetic preferences in regards to shoulders, arm width, arm length, etc. i'm doing a lot of internet research right now and looking at a lot of pictures for inspiration.

 

i'm really digging these types of fit at the moment. perhaps some advice on how to describe this to charly?

 

 

 

http://toj-gallery.com/main.php?g2_itemId=22811

 

http://toj-gallery.com/main.php?g2_itemId=21970

 

http://toj-gallery.com/main.php?g2_itemId=476

post #40122 of 45017
if anyone has a leather jacket queue spot for sale hit me up.
tks
post #40123 of 45017
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Originally Posted by barramundi View Post

hello

any tips on how a double rider should fit? i would love to hear some of your aesthetic preferences in regards to shoulders, arm width, arm length, etc. i'm doing a lot of internet research right now and looking at a lot of pictures for inspiration.

i'm really digging these types of fit at the moment. perhaps some advice on how to describe this to charly?





http://toj-gallery.com/main.php?g2_itemId=22811

http://toj-gallery.com/main.php?g2_itemId=21970

http://toj-gallery.com/main.php?g2_itemId=476

Just show him a photo of it.
post #40124 of 45017
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

I don't get the joke and I speak Swedish.


I think I get it. John Coppidge in Jönköping, sounds kind of funny if you pronounce it like a yank but doesn't work if you pronounce it like a swede. smile.gif


Yeah figured that out, but almost everything sounds funny if you say it like an american.

Knudshoved, Phucket, Surströmning, Torskerogn.
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what an incredibly photogenic picture

everything is just working together perfectly inlove.gif
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