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United Stock Dry Goods - Official Affiliate Thread

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United Stock Dry Goods is a new collection based on the collaborative efforts of Michael Cavaggioni and Sydney Mamane to fulfill their passion for quality garments and construction while maintaining an accessible price to the final consumer. Spring/Summer 2012 is the collection's debut season.

United Stock Dry Goods is a reflection of Michael and Sydney’s minimal and modern aesthetic, with a nod to classic proportions and tailoring traditions. There is a also a strong focus on wearable fabrics and textures. All the raw selvage denim fabric for United Stock Dry Goods is made in Japan, and exported to the USA for final garment production. Likewise, all shirting fabric is made in Japan and exported to Canada to a state of the art facility.

The combined efforts of Michael and Sydney result in a unique understanding of the men’s contemporary market and, above all, to deliver a product with “honesty, quality, and integrity”.

…United.

United Stock Dry Goods will be available in stores, including several SF affiliates, for the Spring/Summer 2012 season. Pricing on all denim and shirting will range from $115 to $180.

http://unitedstockdrygoods.com/
Edited by Gavin - 2/20/12 at 8:08pm
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I like those cotton/hemp melange jeans, any idea on the retail price?

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Originally Posted by Ecco View Post

I like those cotton/hemp melange jeans, any idea on the retail price?

I'll be able to confirm exact pricing shortly, but I believe that all denim and shirting will be < $200.
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SS12 will include five denim selections, all Japanese selvage and made in the USA in three fits: slight, narrow, and classic.

12.5oz Indigo with Contrast Thread

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14oz Grey with Tonal Thread

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13oz 60/40 Organic Cotton/Hemp Grey Melange with Tonal Thread

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9oz Black with Tonal Thread

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13oz Dark Indigo with Tonal Thread

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post #5 of 254
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Pricing on all denim and shirting has been confirmed to range from $115 to $180.
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Looks great. Can we expect some in action shots of each color and fit?
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Looks great. Can we expect some in action shots of each color and fit?

Ha...unfortunately, the lookbook only includes the pairs that fit the model. It's possible that some retailers will take fit pics for their online stores, though.
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I'm looking for a starter pair of raws and these are definitely on my short list. Any idea when they'll be available?

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I'm looking for a starter pair of raws and these are definitely on my short list. Any idea when they'll be available?

They should be in stores by the end of the month smile.gif
post #10 of 254
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The collection will be in stores by late-February/early-March! A list of confirmed stockists, including some SF affiliates, will be posted shortly.
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Outstanding stuff!  I'll be sure to watch this thread!  I'd like to try out the organic cotton/hemp grey melange.  Right up my alley!

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Looking forward to that list of stockists!

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Confirmed SF affiliate stockists for SS12 include:

- Roden Gray (Vancouver, BC)
- Four Horsemen (Victoria, BC)

- Uncle Otis (Toronto, ON)

- Mortar (Houston, TX)

Plus,

- Gravity Pope (Edmonton, AB)

- Launch Menswear (Abbotsford, BC)
- Paul's Boutique (Surrey, BC)
- Eugene Choo (Vancouver, BC)
- J2 (Vancouver, BC)

- Due West (Toronto, ON)
- Motoretta (Toronto, ON)
- Norml (Ottawa, ON)
- Sydney's (Toronto, ON)

- Les Étoffes (Montreal, QC)
- Influence You (Montreal, QC)
- Ssense (Montreal, QC)

With many more coming for AW12.
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Stoked that it looks like these will be readily available in Canada!

 

(Apparently I'm ending every post in this thread with an exclamation mark!)

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The company is based in Toronto and all of the shirting is made in Canada...so yeah, Canadian stockists will be well represented smile.gif
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