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post #46 of 5080
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Originally Posted by michaeljkrell
Hey Raley. If you ever order any more outerwear from us, we will take this into consideration, and make sure that jacket will fit you the way you want it to fit...

Thanks, can't beat the customer service here, hah. I will definitely be looking forward to more offerings in the future, particularly your 2007 F/W stuff if you decide to do anything heavier than light jackets.
post #47 of 5080
How much are the samples going for?
post #48 of 5080
I got to start putting some up. They will be priced to sell. Knits(t-shirts mostly with a hoodie or two thrown in) will probably be $10-$20 shipped and jackets will be probably be $50-$60 shipped.
post #49 of 5080
michael: any idea what's in store for the summer? My warm weather wardrobe is severely lacking right now and I'd kill for a pair of slim/lightweight cargo pants, or some tees with a slightly u-cut neck. and yes that "kill" comment was a threat EDIT- seriously though: do you plan to be more of a knitwear/jacket line or is there going to be some summery pieces in the future?
post #50 of 5080
We will be getting out some tees for summer. Pants, hmm... Maybe.

We are working on some more jackets, but is there a jacket style out there that you would like to have for spring/summer?
post #51 of 5080
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Originally Posted by michaeljkrell
We will be getting out some tees for summer. Pants, hmm... Maybe.

We are working on some more jackets, but is there a jacket style out there that you would like to have for spring/summer?
I find that in the summer, I don't wear a coat unless I absolutely have to, so S/S jackets end up being less practical than they could be. If it's a bit cooler, I'll grab a hoodie, and if it's raining, I'll grab something waterproof, but beyond that...

Your linen jacket is really great though and I might still buy it on principle.

I can only speak for myself here, but I think the hardest pieces to find in S/S ends up being fashionable legwear- for when your tight dry denim is wayy too hot to wear. Shorts or slim linen pants or lightweight cargos, etc etc. I spent all summer last year looking for something like this, or some shorts that didn't look like utter crap and found absolutely nothing in my price range.

It's really rad that you're responding directly to your customer base here. You'll make a fortune next fall selling wool duffel coats and EG herringbone bedford style jackets
post #52 of 5080
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Originally Posted by Ott
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I can only speak for myself here, but I think the hardest pieces to find in S/S ends up being fashionable legwear- for when your tight dry denim is wayy too hot to wear. Shorts or slim linen pants or lightweight cargos, etc etc. I spent all summer last year looking for something ....

+1000!
post #53 of 5080
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Originally Posted by Ott
I find that in the summer, I don't wear a coat unless I absolutely have to, so S/S jackets end up being less practical than they could be. If it's a bit cooler, I'll grab a hoodie, and if it's raining, I'll grab something waterproof, but beyond that...

Your linen jacket is really great though and I might still buy it on principle.

I can only speak for myself here, but I think the hardest pieces to find in S/S ends up being fashionable legwear- for when your tight dry denim is wayy too hot to wear. Shorts or slim linen pants or lightweight cargos, etc etc. I spent all summer last year looking for something like this, or some shorts that didn't look like utter crap and found absolutely nothing in my price range.

It's really rad that you're responding directly to your customer base here. You'll make a fortune next fall selling wool duffel coats and EG herringbone bedford style jackets
Those are some great pants you linked.
post #54 of 5080
I got that jacket today. It is pretty fitted on me, a bit too tight if I zip it up as of right now, not sure if it will stretch. Fits pretty well if worn unzipped and its definitely cut very slim. Pics to come.
post #55 of 5080
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Originally Posted by whodini
Those are some great pants you linked.
I know! apparently they're from korea. (It was posted on another forum so don't ask me how to get em )
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I just took it out of the box so the lapels don't look right as of yet. I can wear this probably zipped with a T under it fairly easily not really with a sweater though.
post #57 of 5080
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Originally Posted by Ott
I know! apparently they're from korea. (It was posted on another forum so don't ask me how to get em )
They look almost mil-spec only slim. Damn good fit and I bet the wool is nice. Damn I need to find those.
post #58 of 5080
I frankly would kill for a pair of slim fit cargo pants. It would add a much needed variety to much wardrobe, and work great for summer wear!
post #59 of 5080
I as well would simply love slim fit cargos in the same style as the ones posted above. It's something so ridiculously simple... so brilliant... that for whatever reason hasn't been done yet (well... on our side of the world anyway)!
post #60 of 5080
Hey wc,

This is probably the slimmest jacket we will offer. I think whodini said it well when he said it fit him like a second skin. If you want a size up, we could exchange it for you, just let me know...

I talked to Colby about a pair of lightweight slim fiting cargos, and will work on a pattern for spring. I think we can get some fabric that will fit the bill...

Sorry about not getting the samples up. Im going back to school part-time and working part-time, so I am little rushed. I will have free time tomorrow evening to take pictures of the garments...

Regards, Michael
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