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post #1141 of 1382
fuck I was about to buy a bunch of stuff earlier today including the new shorts but I couldn't decide between navy and purp, then someone bought the last of my size in merino co pivot. ended up not getting anything cause I dont want to drop $50 on shipping then another $40 later just for the shirt.

gonna wait for thursday to see whats in for returned items.
post #1142 of 1382

Anyone have an idea what the front rise of the new way shorts would be? I tried asking them but didn't get a response.

post #1143 of 1382
I got a new pair of slim dungarees shipped back to me today, after I sent back a pair with really terribly stitching. The construction on the new pair seems alright, but it's not stellar overall. I'm surprised more people don't point this out.

They were kind enough to pay for return postage and ship it via express parcel internationally, which was very nice of them. Konrad was also helpful as well.
post #1144 of 1382

Which pair would you guys recommend for the most classic look? I would like to wear these to the office with a button down, and maybe sometimes a tie?

post #1145 of 1382
^ navy ogs
post #1146 of 1382

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post #1147 of 1382
Does anyone have a merino co shirt? How are they. In desperate need of a travel shirt
post #1148 of 1382
I really like them.

I have one and just ordered a second. The material is nice but probably a bit heavy for anything above the mid-80s, depending on where you're traveling. I havent worn it when it was that hot yet, but that's about where I'd guess it would start getting uncomfortable, at least if it's humid like it is where I live.

That said, the feel is excellent. The cotton in the fabric gives it a great hand feel for what can easily pass as either a dress shirt or casual one. The pocket is a bit unusual but I like it a lot more than I thought I would.

One word of advice would be to consider sizing down if you want a fitted shirt. The first run was pretty slim fitting at TTS, but I had to size down to get a similar fit in the second run, which was made bigger and longer.
post #1149 of 1382
Thanks for the input. How durable does the material feel.
post #1150 of 1382

It seems like it could take a beating. Granted wool is always a bit less durable than full cotton/poly, but I don't expect it to wear through like their t-shirts are prone to doing (apparently, I haven't had one long enough yet).

 

Another option for a travel shirt is Wool & Prince. I have one of their full merino button ups as well and it's a much lighter (thinner) fabric. I'll probably wear it in the summer and the Merino/Co's in spring/fall/winter.

post #1151 of 1382
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Originally Posted by vladdy View Post
 

Which pair would you guys recommend for the most classic look? I would like to wear these to the office with a button down, and maybe sometimes a tie?

 

none if youre going to pair it with a tie

post #1152 of 1382
Outlier Shank Jacket. Basically a water repellant T3.
post #1153 of 1382
Looks cool, I like it. Wonder if they'll come out with the other work cloth colors.
post #1154 of 1382

Got a chance to test out my NYCO slims for the first time in the rain today. They worked pretty well in keeping the water out. I think these are a pretty underrated pant from them. Personally, I liked them better than the OG's (sent those back). These have decent water resistance as well, but they're more durable. I'm hoping they release a khaki version.

post #1155 of 1382
Proof NY just launched preorders for their new jeans at $125. It seems to be their answer to the Dungarees. It looks like denim, with its nylon-cotton blend, but it looks like the cheap sort. At the preorder price it's probably reasonable.
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