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post #571 of 3357
Still need another inch in length frown.gif

Would also love to see some wider neck shirts for summer.
post #572 of 3357
I honestly got this line confused with American Giant (both basic lines, both made in US, both from San Francisco).
How can i see some samples in person of what this stuff looks like?

What mill is the fabric coming from in the US?
post #573 of 3357
Aw damn, wish I took some photos then. Next time!
post #574 of 3357
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Originally Posted by wurlwyde View Post

Is a taper coming for the medium tees too or should I stop following this thread? I keep reading it waiting for that to happen, but now it sounds like it's just the larges? Maybe I need to start hitting the buffet.....

Its just for the large shirts for now.
post #575 of 3357
But it sounds like they're experimenting with/ making samples for tapered renditions of the other sizes. We'll see!
post #576 of 3357
Just ordered my first T. Looking forward to it
post #577 of 3357
When are restocks coming? I want to place an order for v-necks, but don't need just white and black.
post #578 of 3357
Just noticed the dobb/travel kits in the showroom picture, yay!
post #579 of 3357
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Originally Posted by Desi View Post

Just noticed the dobb/travel kits in the showroom picture, yay!

Interested in these and any possible duffel bags as well.

I really like the concept you guys have going here. smile.gif
post #580 of 3357
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Originally Posted by wurlwyde View Post

Is a taper coming for the medium tees too or should I stop following this thread? I keep reading it waiting for that to happen, but now it sounds like it's just the larges? Maybe I need to start hitting the buffet.....
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

But it sounds like they're experimenting with/ making samples for tapered renditions of the other sizes. We'll see!

We tapered the larges for this run because they needed it the most - the other sizes we are sampling right now.
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post

I honestly got this line confused with American Giant (both basic lines, both made in US, both from San Francisco).
How can i see some samples in person of what this stuff looks like?
What mill is the fabric coming from in the US?

Hey Kiya, feel free to drop by our office in San Francisco any time. Michael, Edoardo and I would be glad to shoot the shit.

We are different from American Giant in a few ways

- We sell men's and women's clothing and accessories
- Our price points are significantly lower, we do not have external branding on our products
- Most of our products are made in the US, but that's not a hard rule for us. Our backpacks are made in China for instance.

- If I had to summarize our philosophy, it would be: We look for huge businesses that we feel people are overpaying for, or getting under-delivered to in quality, or both - and we go into those businesses with the intention of competing and scaling. I'll give you some examples:

1. AA and Barney's Private Label T-shirts and sweatshirts
2. Longchamp bags
3. RL belts
4. Fjlraven backpacks
5. A lot of "Made in USA" neckwear brands
6. Common Projects

We won't ever compete with brands like Alden or Paul Stuart (can't beat them on quality, and the business doesn't scale).


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Originally Posted by Regg View Post

Just ordered my first T. Looking forward to it

Any and all feedback is appreciated!
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Originally Posted by Desi View Post

Just noticed the dobb/travel kits in the showroom picture, yay!

We sampled a few of those a while back. We will most likely not sell those in the current configuration, but it's something we are looking into.
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Originally Posted by JMRouse View Post

Interested in these and any possible duffel bags as well.
I really like the concept you guys have going here. smile.gif

Thanks man! We will probably have teaser pics of the duffles out soon.
post #581 of 3357
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Originally Posted by thenanyu View Post

- If I had to summarize our philosophy, it would be: We look for huge businesses that we feel people are overpaying for, or getting under-delivered to in quality, or both - and we go into those businesses with the intention of competing and scaling. I'll give you some examples:
1. AA and Barney's Private Label T-shirts and sweatshirts
2. Longchamp bags
3. RL belts
4. Fjlraven backpacks
5. A lot of "Made in USA" neckwear brands
6. Common Projects
 


Does that mean you're going to release shoes in the near future?

 

post #582 of 3357
Hey nanyu. You mentioning Common Projects in the previous post means you guys are considering making shoes?
post #583 of 3357
this thread just got retarded
post #584 of 3357
You guys need to come up with a standard fit on your tees ASAP. Altering the fit of just one size will cause confusion.
90% of SF would prefer a taper and 60% would like another 1" in length. The average non SF member would also like an 1" or 2" in length. IMO it would be best to add at least an inch in length and taper them.
post #585 of 3357
if anyone wants a brick crew neck sweater medium before I send it back let me know
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