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post #166 of 279
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Originally Posted by Klemins View Post

you sure there wasn't something in your washer that it could have snagged on? Looks like a tear and not a quality issue...

 

The agitator had not started when I noticed the flaw. I had previously sprayed the collar and cuffs with oxyclean and was going to scrub them once the shirt was soaked. Thats when I noticed the rips. Plus, it was only in there with a sock and a pair of boxer shorts. I was planning was it and wear it tonite. 

 

The shirt has other flaws but were willing to accept them since it was still wearable and fit better than my other oxfords, I own. 

post #167 of 279
I'm surprised at the above. Not that I own any of their shirts, but I saw them in person and the material seems pretty thick (at least for the printed ones this SS).
post #168 of 279
Eh, anything can happen with one shirt. The 2 United shirts I own I beat hell out of and they stay looking fresh.
post #169 of 279
Anywhere besides Roden stocking the washed chambray shirt? Missed it in my size.
post #170 of 279
Any chance I can get measurements for the light faded wash narrow in a size 30 and 31?
post #171 of 279
That shirt damage is sure weird. I think I've had my 3 shirts for a year now and they're in 10/10 condition
post #172 of 279
I'm not sure why people feel the need to tarnish a brand's reputation before contacting the company and retailer.

I've had issues with TOJ for example, and I deal with them directly. They resolve it, I am happy and matters that get resolved correctly actually gain loyalty.

If things don't go your way, then go to the Internet and bash them all you want.

Btw Gavin, if I buy your jeans directly from Syndey's store, do you offer free hemming? Last I spoke to Syndey, he said he was trying to get a Union Special and would be up and running. Did that ever come to fruition?

Thanks
post #173 of 279
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Originally Posted by Potsnu View Post


Btw Gavin, if I buy your jeans directly from Syndey's store, do you offer free hemming? Last I spoke to Syndey, he said he was trying to get a Union Special and would be up and running. Did that ever come to fruition?

We can provide hemming, but not chain stitching. Sydney has been talking about picking up a Union Special for a little while now, but I'm not sure where he's at with that.
post #174 of 279

I wear a 29 in the light-wash narrow fit from this season. If I was looking to purchase a pair of your black denim in the same fit, should I size down to 28 or stay at 29?


Edited by 45bur - 5/26/13 at 4:53pm
post #175 of 279

Does any1 know if these jeans are narrow or a slight fit http://www.ssense.com/men/product/united_stock_dry_goods/indigo_blue_raw_selvage_contrast_stitch_jeans/70706

 

also should sum1 wit big thighs n butt just stick with going true to size if they want a slim loose fit? 

 

thanks in advance to whoever can help.

post #176 of 279
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Originally Posted by dudleyboyz View Post

Does any1 know if these jeans are narrow or a slight fit http://www.ssense.com/men/product/united_stock_dry_goods/indigo_blue_raw_selvage_contrast_stitch_jeans/70706


also should sum1 wit big thighs n butt 
just stick with going true to size if they want a slim loose fit? 


thanks in advance to whoever can help.

I woudln't size down. The whole concept of sizing down to accomodate for stretching is pretty flawed. The only time you should be doing this, if the actual measurements are actually larger than what the tagged size is which is rarely the case for raw denim and more common for Mall Brand jeans/pants.

If you think about it, if you size correctly and true to size; minimal stretching will occur since there's not much force acting against the waistband and fabric. If you size down more, the fabric is tigher against the hips/waist, more stretching will occur from the resistance.

Since you have both big thighs and butt, it's a no brainer that you shouldn't size down.
post #177 of 279

Hey guys, I just bought a pair of the slight in 29 and I'm really digging how they fit. I'm 5'6" and 130 lbs. I hemmed them just a bit bc I still wanted to cuff them. I'll post more pics after I've worn them for a few months.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #178 of 279

Hey there.

 

Would it be possible to get sizing information on this classic fit?

 

http://www.shopmortar.com/united-stock-dry-goods-classic-fit-grey-tonal-stitch-jean/

post #179 of 279
Thread Starter 
I will see if I can find the measurements for the Classic Fit, but we discontinued them after our first season. If Mortar has any left, they're quite old stock.
post #180 of 279
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We just released our FW13 look book, which includes styles from our upcoming collection. We expect to be shipping to stores in late-July/early-August, so be sure to check out SF affiliates like Blue Owl, Need Supply, Four Horsemen, Roden Gray, Uncle Otis, and Sydney's in the coming weeks. We're well-represented throughout Canada and in much of the US at other non-affiliates, too...

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