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post #181 of 357
zfactorie
post #182 of 357
just email Zam directly. a lot of things aren't updated on the website/he has other random things laying around he may think of in your size.
post #183 of 357

 My two rubles re ZB: I own two pieces so far (hoodie and dna jeans) and both are of highest quality. Never had problem with delays: everything was shipped in reasonable time. Zam himself is a great, charming guy - always ready to help, answer any questions and address any requests.

post #184 of 357
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Originally Posted by Jbravo View Post

 My two rubles re ZB: I own two pieces so far (hoodie and dna jeans) and both are of highest quality. Never had problem with delays: everything was shipped in reasonable time. Zam himself is a great, charming guy - always ready to help, answer any questions and address any requests.

how do you like the hoodie and its sleeves?

post #185 of 357
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how do you like the hoodie and its sleeves?


 Like it a lot.

post #186 of 357
dmash (unknowingly) convinced me to get the British vintage cotton J pants. shipping was super fast, and the fabric is really nice and unlike anything else I've handled.
The top block is perfect, but my shortness can't handle the long inseam. Can any good tailor hem and taper J pants down? right now it's way too baggy from knee down
post #187 of 357
The j shape may get lost if the alteration tailor is not good about it. Just have to let her know
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Got the J pants back from the tailor and figured I'd post a pic. Tailor was a bit fussy about the twisted seam but she ended up doing a pretty good job. I got it hemmed and tapered a bit from lower thigh down. The j shape is not as pronounced and she didn't keep the raw hems, but I'm much more comfortable in these pants now, so I'll take it.

 

 

Deets of the british vintage cotton:

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post #189 of 357
I told you that fabric is awesome
post #190 of 357
Damn that fabric does look great. Tempted to pick up a pair but fuck I already have 7 pairs of pants from Zam counting the two that just came in the mail yesterday.
post #191 of 357
fit looks really good.
post #192 of 357
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Originally Posted by t3hg0suazn View Post

Got the J pants back from the tailor and figured I'd post a pic. Tailor was a bit fussy about the twisted seam but she ended up doing a pretty good job. I got it hemmed and tapered a bit from lower thigh down. The j shape is not as pronounced and she didn't keep the raw hems, but I'm much more comfortable in these pants now, so I'll take it.
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why not have Zam hem the pants for you? He does that for peopler
post #193 of 357

I thought he stopped doing alterations? In any case, I didn't know that was an option. Probably shoulda asked

post #194 of 357
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I thought he stopped doing alterations? In any case, I didn't know that was an option. Probably shoulda asked

idk about stopping but when i ordered zam offered to hem the pants for me if i feel they are too long
post #195 of 357
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idk about stopping but when i ordered zam offered to hem the pants for me if i feel they are too long


Yeah, he offered to hem the pants for me as well

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