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post #121 of 705
I think this spring/summer collection is already looking WAY better than last year's. The rising prices are what's killer, however for next fall/winter they're lowering their prices on basics; particularly the Oxford cloth shirts, which are going down to around $160, close to where they were in f/w10. I see the red Oxford shirt is at that price already this season, but since I'm not a fan of the colour it would be nice to see it in other colours.
post #122 of 705
hope the prices do go down then, don't want absurd price ruining this label.
post #123 of 705
160 for an oxford is not lower prices. still absurd for a basic/nothing special fabric wise shirt.
post #124 of 705
Where can I find decent stock in NYC??
post #125 of 705
What is the difference between twill and anti-fit chinos?
post #126 of 705
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Originally Posted by nowiremember View Post

160 for an oxford is not lower prices. still absurd for a basic/nothing special fabric wise shirt.

while its hard to say its a good deal, you also can't really say its absurd. Similar shirts that are made in the USA or Canada are also going for similar prices. BoO charges quite a bit more for arguably worst quality (stitching). Gitman charges similar prices.

Of course I would like to see the prices drop further but its not like 160 for an oxford is outrageous.
post #127 of 705
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What is the difference between twill and anti-fit chinos?

The regular chinos are a more classic straight leg fit - maybe a little slimmer than normal straight leg at the cuff.

The anti-fit are exactly that - relaxed throughtout the thigh and skinny through the calf. They are stitched with a rounded crotch. If you wear them at your normal waist they'll be baggy around the ass - in a cool way.

Both fit the same at the waist.

Both are made of the same twill fabric this season. In the past the anti-fit we're made of a lighter herringbone.

Hope that helps.
post #128 of 705
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Originally Posted by Madelocal View Post

The regular chinos are a more classic straight leg fit - maybe a little slimmer than normal straight leg at the cuff.
The anti-fit are exactly that - relaxed throughtout the thigh and skinny through the calf. They are stitched with a rounded crotch. If you wear them at your normal waist they'll be baggy around the ass - in a cool way.
Both fit the same at the waist.
Both are made of the same twill fabric this season. In the past the anti-fit we're made of a lighter herringbone.
Hope that helps.

Awesome, very helpful thank you.
post #129 of 705
Has anyone compared the Enzyme Washed Hoodie to the Large Loop Terry Hoodies? (size/comfort wise) I tried on the Enzyme from F/W11 but it wasn't THAT comfortable.

Also how is this new short sleeve japanese slub button up? Too bad I can't try anything on in person :/
post #130 of 705
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Has anyone compared the Enzyme Washed Hoodie to the Large Loop Terry Hoodies? (size/comfort wise) I tried on the Enzyme from F/W11 but it wasn't THAT comfortable.
Also how is this new short sleeve japanese slub button up? Too bad I can't try anything on in person :/


Just purchased the Moto zip (double enzyme washed if that is what your referring to) fit slimmer than the loop terry IMO. I like the silhouette much better but I have an athletic build so I really like my hoodies tight. 

post #131 of 705
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Just purchased the Moto zip (double enzyme washed if that is what your referring to) fit slimmer than the loop terry IMO. I like the silhouette much better but I have an athletic build so I really like my hoodies tight. 

i love that piece but $264 butbut.gif
post #132 of 705
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Just purchased the Moto zip (double enzyme washed if that is what your referring to) fit slimmer than the loop terry IMO. I like the silhouette much better but I have an athletic build so I really like my hoodies tight. 

Hmm the enzyme size medium F/W11 was too slim for me, but I'm usually an M in W+H. How is the sizing on these? Which one did you think was more comfortable?
post #133 of 705
Came across their F/W 2012 lineup. It looks pretty good in my opinion...quite a few new pieces and changes to previous styles (e.g. leather jacket as part of their Archive line, for example).

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post #134 of 705

Last year's camo pattern was so much better imo.

Besides, what's up with that purple camo? Seriously?

 

post #135 of 705
Have a look at the studio folder...that's rather impressive
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