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post #46 of 60
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Originally Posted by ayn
heh, but even DH uses YKK... btw did Kane ever tell us why they switched from RiRi to Lampo?
Cheaper. Riri are still used on all Wings & Horns pieces. Lampos are top quality zips (a lot of the highest end designers use both on different pieces), but in general, Lampos are cheaper, and easier to order. I would like to see a company make some jackets using vintage Crown zippers. Now those are greased lightening and super strong to boot.
post #47 of 60
I ordered the shawl hoodie and thermal. I hope they fit *_*
post #48 of 60
I ordered a shawl. Will post pics when I get it.
post #49 of 60
If you guys don't mind, I'd like to see how you all wear and fit in your W+H/W&H stuff just so I have an idea. Was quite surprised that Minya managed to pull of a small tiger fleece well enough.
post #50 of 60
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Originally Posted by Kane
If you guys don't mind, I'd like to see how you all wear and fit in your W+H/W&H stuff just so I have an idea.

Was quite surprised that Minya managed to pull of a small tiger fleece well enough.

I look awesome. Fine, I'll post pics.
post #51 of 60
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Originally Posted by Kane
If you guys don't mind, I'd like to see how you all wear and fit in your W+H/W&H stuff just so I have an idea.

Was quite surprised that Minya managed to pull of a small tiger fleece well enough.
I dyed my purple tiger fleece!

here's a picture of it post-dye:

post #52 of 60
this is last year's classic fit tiger fleece size M (6'0" 155 lbs)
post #53 of 60
Dear DDML,

We have the same fleece. What are the chances? (Actually, seeing all the Engineered Garments stuff we both have, pretty good.)
post #54 of 60
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Originally Posted by minya
I dyed my purple tiger fleece!

here's a picture of it post-dye:


Cool, so you did it. What dye did you use? That looks really nice, and very versatile.
post #55 of 60
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
Cool, so you did it. What dye did you use? That looks really nice, and very versatile.
Rit black dye. Kind of messy and kind of a pain, but totally worth it. (I definitely agree it's a lot more versatile now)

Kinda funny that the black dye just turned it a darker shade of purple -- there's really no hint of black in it at all, except some of the white threads turned a sort of charcoal-ish color. Very pleased with the results, though.
post #56 of 60
Here I am dressed as the Unabomber in the 2005 season's W&H black hoodie.
post #57 of 60
hmm i don't really have a good pic of me rocking my hoodie... here's one taken with a cameraphone when I first got it:
post #58 of 60
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Originally Posted by minya
Rit black dye. Kind of messy and kind of a pain, but totally worth it. (I definitely agree it's a lot more versatile now)

Kinda funny that the black dye just turned it a darker shade of purple -- there's really no hint of black in it at all, except some of the white threads turned a sort of charcoal-ish color. Very pleased with the results, though.

does it bleed at all minya? i remember a long time ago i used rit and it bled everwhere afterwards, i needed to wash it like 50 times...
post #59 of 60
I rinsed it, then air dried it, then washed it (by itself) and dried it in the dryer... so I'm hoping all the bleeding is done. I'm probably going to handwash it by itself for the next couple of washes to be safe though.
post #60 of 60
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Originally Posted by minya
I rinsed it, then air dried it, then washed it (by itself) and dried it in the dryer... so I'm hoping all the bleeding is done. I'm probably going to handwash it by itself for the next couple of washes to be safe though.


anymore updates on the bleed factor? i'm about to do it to my classic black to get back some old color and maybe throw in the tiger black as well...
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