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We will be doing a duck canvas short as part of our spring release with Fair Ends. The short will drop with a selvedge chambray western shirt and a heavyweight pocket tee.

Expect the collaboration to release at the end of April.
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The Maritime shirt jacket was on pre-sale, which also sold out. We had hoped to have extra jackets to sell after the pre-sale orders, but it did not work out that way. That said, you can certainly expect to see the Maritime jacket back next year.
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Not really digging the cut on the railroad shirt, but love the triple needle. Would have been a cool thing on the Maritime or Yosemite in future versions (or next time you run one of those thick flannel shirts). Was hoping the railroad would be something I would want to grab, but just needs to be a bit longer I think and/or have button down collar.
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Not really digging the cut on the railroad shirt, but love the triple needle. Would have been a cool thing on the Maritime or Yosemite in future versions (or next time you run one of those thick flannel shirts). Was hoping the railroad would be something I would want to grab, but just needs to be a bit longer I think and/or have button down collar.

Hmmm. I disagree about the collar entirely, but I also think that the TS button-down collar isn't super strong. It's very short w/ not much roll. I think their point collar is a much better execution. I also think that work shirts in general look better w/ a point collar. BUt that's just me...

I dig the look of the railroad, but it's not really my thing. Looking forward to more spring options, and hopefully some indigo patter variations.
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Hmmm. I disagree about the collar entirely, but I also think that the TS button-down collar isn't super strong. It's very short w/ not much roll. I think their point collar is a much better execution. I also think that work shirts in general look better w/ a point collar. BUt that's just me...

I dig the look of the railroad, but it's not really my thing. Looking forward to more spring options, and hopefully some indigo patter variations.
I agree with you about the collar. TS's button-down collar is fine (I like it much better on my oxford than I do my gingham shirt), but their point collars really stand out for me. I owned very few point-collar shirts before I discovered TS, and I've come to love them. At least from TS.

I picked up one of these in red, and I'm stoked. But I was surprised by the price. Is this one of their more specialty shirts or has the price gone up?
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Not really digging the cut on the railroad shirt, but love the triple needle. Would have been a cool thing on the Maritime or Yosemite in future versions (or next time you run one of those thick flannel shirts). Was hoping the railroad would be something I would want to grab, but just needs to be a bit longer I think and/or have button down collar.

On the other hand, I would prefer a shorter length and slightly slimmer!

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Originally Posted by wdahab View Post

Not really digging the cut on the railroad shirt, but love the triple needle. Would have been a cool thing on the Maritime or Yosemite in future versions (or next time you run one of those thick flannel shirts). Was hoping the railroad would be something I would want to grab, but just needs to be a bit longer I think and/or have button down collar.
On the other hand, I would prefer a shorter length and slightly slimmer!

Um, size down? Their shirts are cut relatively slim overall. The chest is not crazy slim, but they have a pronounced taper for sure. And they are not overly long for their tagged size. If you need a both slimmer and shorter, just get a size down...unless you have crazy long arms or a huge neck I guess.
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Um, size down? Their shirts are cut relatively slim overall. The chest is not crazy slim, but they have a pronounced taper for sure. And they are not overly long for their tagged size. If you need a both slimmer and shorter, just get a size down...unless you have crazy long arms or a huge neck I guess.

can't size down from a 36!

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can't size down from a 36!

Right. Bummer.

MTM for you!
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Hey guys, just a quick question for the people that purchased the canvas water repellant project jacket. Has it softened up for you at all? I've worn my about a dozen times, and it's still quite stiff. Love the jacket, but kind of looking forward for it to be a bit softer and not so much like cardboard.

Keep up the good work guys, love your clothing!
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Anybody get their Railroad shirt? Site says they were supposed to ship 3/26, but I haven't gotten word yet.
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Any plans for a short sleeve henley?
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Ive been getting so much wear out of my maritime jacket the past 4 weeks...probably my favorite piece from you guys...and I have like 12 articles of clothing.
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I've been wearing my Maritime constantly too. Contemplating whether I want the green or khaki (or probably both) of this highlands shirt
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What's the code for the highland shirt?
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