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Originally Posted by dswang View Post
Ergh, too bad for me. The XXS measurements are good for me as-is, but at some point I will have to wash it. Any smaller and I won't be able to button it up.

EDIT: oh wait, I think you are talking about the new shoulder measurements vs. washing it (which I assumed). Yeah, 15"+ shoulders are pretty small, I guess I can't buy this after all.

Just have it dry-cleaned. There will be no shrinkage then.
post #4562 of 5080
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Originally Posted by michaeljkrell View Post
We have the leaf green, black & charcoal all made from the 95% bamboo/5% spandex blend. They are amazing! Mauro literally tried on a pair when he was here and never took them off...

Ooh, any pics of the charcoal? And how warm are they? And when can I buy them?
post #4563 of 5080
No pics of the charcoal yet. We will have them in 1-2 weeks which will be the time that all the sizes and colors become available. As far as warmth goes, they do a good of insulating, but it isn't as warm as thermal.
post #4564 of 5080
I shoulda ask you this first. The new shirts aren't taper right?
post #4565 of 5080
The long undies are the "shit"
They are made of Bamboo and spandex. They are mega comfy and don't loose their shape.
They are a great layering piece and are snug fitting so wearing a tight pair of jeans is possible.

If you have any other questions about the Long Undies PM me.
post #4566 of 5080
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Originally Posted by Warren G. View Post
I shoulda ask you this first. The new shirts aren't taper right?

Nope, no taper.
post #4567 of 5080
word, thanks.
post #4568 of 5080
Gracias senor Mauro...
post #4569 of 5080
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Originally Posted by michaeljkrell View Post
All the XXS and the XXL have been reduced to $68 after the discount. Because the XXS and the XXL are not selling at all, we will not be making anymore after this next run of shirts which I will be posting up tomorrow.

http://www.michaeljkrell.com/wovens.htm

oh my god how did i miss this! I was waiting for a sale and poof they're all gone.
post #4570 of 5080
The ebony chambray in medium are gone as well...
post #4571 of 5080
Any upcoming jacket projects soon?
post #4572 of 5080
Just got my two shirts over the weekend, and LOVE them. Small B&W houndstooth and M red chambray, and I like both fits for different occasions. (These are the previous version, discounted shirts, with the taper.) I can definitely see how the non-taper will be a more versatile/universal fit, though.

Wore the small under a sweater out with a gal friend on Saturday night and it was perfect.

Can't wait for the underwear I also ordered...
post #4573 of 5080
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Originally Posted by JOoa0ky View Post
Any upcoming jacket projects soon?

We are working with Mauro and will be doing something special...

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Originally Posted by adadan View Post
Just got my two shirts over the weekend, and LOVE them. Small B&W houndstooth and M red chambray, and I like both fits for different occasions. (These are the previous version, discounted shirts, with the taper.) I can definitely see how the non-taper will be a more versatile/universal fit, though.

Wore the small under a sweater out with a gal friend on Saturday night and it was perfect.

Can't wait for the underwear I also ordered...

Great! I'm glad they fit so well. Your underwear will be going out to you later this week. We had a little delay with the boxers.
post #4574 of 5080
The new button down shirts are now on the wovens page... http://michaeljkrell.com/wovens.htm We actually had some left over fleece and so we did a half dozen lined hoodies that I will be putting up shortly.
post #4575 of 5080
Gray Corduroy looks beautiful.
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