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post #841 of 2842
Did they ever release that lighter blue, two-toned hoodie? It was much lighter than the indigo one, almost a turquoise blue and the cuffs were darker than the body. Someone please fill me in. Thanks.

Still need to pick up the wine coloured hoodie!
post #842 of 2842
I'm still waiting for the other outerwear like that melton wool mac coat and hooded down jacket.

I also think that there will be some more shirts (regular oxfords, brushed flannels and zip-front flannels) and pants (overdyed camo bush pants and cords).
post #843 of 2842
Has anyone tried on or seen the fishtail parka in person yet? Does it seem at least somewhat worthy of the high price?

Warm enough for CDN winter?
post #844 of 2842
Why do webshops put up extremely expensive pieces with little to no description of them and no fit pics? Is that supposed to make us want to buy it more?
post #845 of 2842

I was stoked for the enzyme hoodie, but for $285...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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post #846 of 2842
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Originally Posted by Local_Disk View Post

Why do webshops put up extremely expensive pieces with little to no description of them and no fit pics? Is that supposed to make us want to buy it more?

Yeah, I don't know how RG expects to sell any fishtails online w/ the one fit pic. Maybe they don't and figure they can sell through in store anyway.
post #847 of 2842
I suspect most people who are dropping that kinda loot are probably doing so in person rather than online.
post #848 of 2842
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I suspect most people who are dropping that kinda loot are probably doing so in person rather than online.

agreed i dont see anyone dropping 1000+ on something theyve never tried on, they probably didnt get that many to begin with so they should have a problem getting rid of it in shop
post #849 of 2842
sadly if you're not a baller this season is pretty zzZZzzZ

$285 for the enzyme hoodie...really? hah

further, I hate to bring up zippers, but I wouldn't pay retail for anything with an Ideal zip. Nothing but trouble with those.

can't wait for sale time.

oh, and the wooly flannels, which I will get at retail
post #850 of 2842
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sadly if you're not a baller this season is pretty zzZZzzZ
$285 for the enzyme hoodie...really? hah
further, I hate to bring up zippers, but I wouldn't pay retail for anything with an Ideal zip. Nothing but trouble with those.
can't wait for sale time.
oh, and the wooly flannels, which I will get at retail

These prices are a tougher pill to swallow for those of us in YVR who around when W+H was nothing more than a sample sale brand with a Japanese cult following. It's this very reason why I can't pay $50 for a basic t-shirt, when you used to be able to cop them for $10 en masse.
post #851 of 2842
anywhere have the anti-fit pants in black 32?
post #852 of 2842
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Why do webshops put up extremely expensive pieces with little to no description of them and no fit pics? Is that supposed to make us want to buy it more?

I totally agree. What's really strange is that shop Over the Rainbow in Canada that seems to have no E-Commerce to speak of, and definitely doesn't do phone orders outside of Canada, yet takes pics of all their merch and puts them online.

SE & BiG, maybe Context, too are examples of how sizing should be provided.

Roden Grey has some of the best fit pics around but they don't bother with sizing advice at all.

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post #853 of 2842
Just a heads up that the Slim Fit Raw Denim is now up on our webshop for sale. We didn't get a ton of these and they are already moving quickly. If anyone needs a hand with the fit or anything let me know.

We also have the Heritage Research outerwear in and it should be online later today. The pricetag is hefty for sure, but for me the quality and styling is up there with similarly priced options i've handled rom Cabourn, Arc'teryx Veilance, White Mountaineering, Barbour To Ki To, etc. The Fishtail is actually the first ever piece of outerwear from W+H i've purchased for myself and i'm extremely happy with it. We'll get a blog post on both of them up soon with some fit/ detail pics.
post #854 of 2842
SO I am about to cave and buy the brown suede hi-top sneakers. I was looking through the previous posts, and could not get a really clear idea of the fitment of the sneakers. I am sure I am either a 41 or 42, leaning more towards the 41. I am a true 9US and sz 41 in CPs, size 42 in GATs, etc.. Should I get the 41? Outsole measurements from anyone who has either the 42 or 41 would be nice also. Thanks
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SO I am about to cave and buy the brown suede hi-top sneakers. I was looking through the previous posts, and could not get a really clear idea of the fitment of the sneakers. I am sure I am either a 41 or 42, leaning more towards the 41. I am a true 9US and sz 41 in CPs, size 42 in GATs, etc.. Should I get the 41? Outsole measurements from anyone who has either the 42 or 41 would be nice also. Thanks

I wear a 42 in CP, 43 in MMM GATS, I have a 42 in the black hi's.

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