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Cant wait for the 75%off stacking end of season feeding frenzy.
New knit tanks look really nice.
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All I ever wanted out of life was to be able to use my Amazon Prime on a mesh tank top

prime is like a drug

post #5748 of 6268
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east dane now carrying mainline and some new seconds are up too 

This is very good news for international folk. biggrin.gif
post #5749 of 6268
I guess... but their "added customs fees" bring the total for the embroidered shirt to $545. It's not like ordering from the EU, where you get the VAT discount to offset customs. I see you can choose the "customs due to the carrier on delivery" option. Don't really like the sound of that, although it could just mean they ship it normally and you may or may not get hit. But in my country, I always get hit, unless it's marked down. Why are there no EU stockists?

I see the purple flannel has a tab collar. frown.gif
post #5750 of 6268
Yeah you're right. I don't remember it being that bad. I would certainly get hit with fees being in the UK.
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I guess... but their "added customs fees" bring the total for the embroidered shirt to $545. It's not like ordering from the EU, where you get the VAT discount to offset customs. I see you can choose the "customs due to the carrier on delivery" option. Don't really like the sound of that, although it could just mean they ship it normally and you may or may not get hit. But in my country, I always get hit, unless it's marked down. Why are there no EU stockists?

I see the purple flannel has a tab collar. frown.gif

you could always have someone really nice from the forum proxy it for you and mark as gift with a low value so you circumnavigate the fees 

post #5752 of 6268
Pretty much lived in the khaki olive tencel bomber this year so far



With the 3 year wash type d denim

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my khaki tencel bomber is coming apart after less than 10 wears :/



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The same thing is happening to mine, I just thought I was rough on it.  I've worn mine WAY more than 10 times though, and in situations that were probably pretty stressful on it.

post #5755 of 6268
Gotta somewhat agree quality on the tencel bomber isn't what you'd expect for a $500+ jacket. The stitching on one of my straps is coming undone and there's a rip in my sleeve cuff after ~15 wears
Still love it though
post #5756 of 6268
yeah threads are loose all over. shame it's my favorite piece of the season.
post #5757 of 6268
These recent tencel bomber stories are scaring me. Time to engage coddle-mode for mine
post #5758 of 6268
Nah, wear it to pieces and then patch it yourself.
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I also had one of the shoulders pull out a little bit when I put it on.
So, might be a little bit of a problem.
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You know, I tore a seam in both my tencel bombers and also the flight pants.  Sort of a bummer when it happened the first time, but there are actually two seams, so it's not like there was a hole.  I think the tencel material is too strong for the thread they are using or the thread is too weak..you know what I mean.  Patched them all up and can't tell the difference, but still.  

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