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post #121 of 147
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Originally Posted by TheSunisShining View Post
 

No it's not! I found a brand online called Vertstone who specialise in small accessories. Really happy! :D

Awesome.

 

I'm going to have to take a look.

post #122 of 147
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Originally Posted by skenney View Post
 

Awesome.

 

I'm going to have to take a look.

I debated between the Lizard and Alligator - then decided on Alligator!

post #123 of 147
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I debated between the Lizard and Alligator - then decided on Alligator!

I see,

 

I'm eyeing the ostrich, but I might try to look for one that's 100% ostrich instead of having one pocket being calf.

post #124 of 147
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Originally Posted by skenney View Post
 

I see,

 

I'm eyeing the ostrich, but I might try to look for one that's 100% ostrich instead of having one pocket being calf.

Yeah the ostrich looks good! Could you email them and ask them if they could do that for you? I'm going to ask them myself about the cardholder in black alligator (it's sold out now).  I've got my dad's 50th birthday coming up and I know he's looking for a new wallet, so might be worth it!

post #125 of 147
Amazing work... I never imagined it took so many pieces of leather to make a wallet.
post #126 of 147
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Amazing work... I never imagined it took so many pieces of leather to make a wallet.

Same here, I think that the work that goes into making a quality wallet goes a long way in terms of it's longevity. Which wallet do you own?

post #127 of 147
Hello,
the vertstone shop is closed?
post #128 of 147

Does Tender have it's own thread?

post #129 of 147
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Does Tender have it's own thread?

Not that I've noticed. They do some nice stuff.
post #130 of 147
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

Also very tempted to Give Old Town a try.

Unity jacket and stove pipe trousers both look good to me.

What did you end up getting from Old Town? Im a big fan, almost wearing something Old Town every day. Also have two new pieces waiting for me at the post office... smile.gif
post #131 of 147
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What did you end up getting from Old Town? Im a big fan, almost wearing something Old Town every day. Also have two new pieces waiting for me at the post office... smile.gif

Do have the stove pipe trousers in the natural canvas and i like them a lot.

I actually made another order that should be finishing up soon. The Dreadnought trousers in the drab sage moleskin and the Marshalsea jacket in loomstate flannel. I'm interested to see how that flannel looks and feels.

If I like their high rise trousers, I might go back for the Vauxhalls in the corn corduroy.

What are you picking up at the post office?
post #132 of 147
Cool, let me know how the Marshalsea jacket turns out! How did you size it?

Im picking up a black moleskin Borough (will be my fourth) and a black Unity jacket (hoping to wear as a middle layer). If I like the moleskin, I might get a pair of Plains as well. But Stove pipes wouldnt be bad either...
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Do have the stove pipe trousers in the natural canvas and i like them a lot.

I actually made another order that should be finishing up soon. The Dreadnought trousers in the drab sage moleskin and the Marshalsea jacket in loomstate flannel. I'm interested to see how that flannel looks and feels.

If I like their high rise trousers, I might go back for the Vauxhalls in the corn corduroy.

What are you picking up at the post office
?
post #133 of 147
How's the length on their jackets btw ? The Marshalsea is tempting but at 6'3 I worry it might be a bit short
post #134 of 147
EDIT: Oops, I should have gone back and read my email from them... I asked for sizing advice on the Marshalsea and what they said is that the sizes directly represent the measurement. A size 40 Marshalsea has a chest measurement of 42 inches, the size 42 a measurement of 44 inches.

Trouser waist sizes are 34 = 34 inch waist, 36 = 36 inch waist.

Will report on the length. Marshalsea looks like it ough not to be cropped.

Seems like the should be finishing it up and getting it in the mail to me in the next week or two.
Edited by FrankCowperwood - 11/10/16 at 8:23am
post #135 of 147
it's good to hear that Old Town is easy to order these days. I've always wanted some.
Edited by zissou - 11/5/16 at 8:25pm
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