As far as lining goes, you've already received your jacket so I'd just keep it. Not worth the extra time and money in your case.
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Dude, just got to a bloody tailor, they're used to changing the linings in jackets. Hell, get something fancy while you're there.post #32766 of 481577/11/13 at 2:12ampost #32767 of 481577/11/13 at 5:23ampost #32768 of 481577/11/13 at 5:47ampost #32769 of 481577/11/13 at 5:49ampost #32770 of 481577/11/13 at 5:49amQuote:
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Most of my friends know that i'm into clothes, so they just assume everything is expensive now (which can be just as annoying). Otherwise i just say "it cost a bit" and change topic - trying to reason that it's MTM, amazing leather, bargain compared to most designers etc. just seems to blow over their head because all they can hear is that i've spent several hundred dollars on a jacket.post #32773 of 481577/11/13 at 7:20amQuote:
the sarcasm was lost completely... anyways got my new TOJ OXBLOOD (not burgundy, because its really oxblood in real life). I sized up a bit compared to my navy DR. I like the new details although the cuffs are wierd and they are not the convertible cuff with the snaps. also there are alot more unfinished edges with this jacket, say for example the belt, epaulets, pocket flat etc. That is, I can see the edge of the leather where in my navy DR, everything had been folded and stitched, with no exposed cutting edges. Can't type in this jacket because it bunches up at the wrist when zipped. a more relaxed fit here, but these pics are bad so will get better ones tmr in day light.
In terms of the texture of the oxblood calf, still soft, not too thick (its not thin either), a bit drier than the navy calf, and a bit tougher, and not as waxy. Some leather conditioner will definitely help this thing break in. bigger lapels, bigger collar, when folded up it will engulf your face.
overall its a great jacket but there was more attention to detail on the old MDR IMO. Thanks again for everything TOJ crew, Drew Charly Dan Sally.post #32774 of 481577/11/13 at 8:03amQuote:Originally Posted by chunkmo
Most of my friends know that i'm into clothes, so they just assume everything is expensive now (which can be just as annoying). Otherwise i just say "it cost a bit" and change topic - trying to reason that it's MTM, amazing leather, bargain compared to most designers etc. just seems to blow over their head because all they can hear is that i've spent several hundred dollars on a jacket.post #32775 of 481577/11/13 at 8:27am
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