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post #1216 of 1521
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Originally Posted by Louys View Post

What's the code for the highland shirt?

SAFARI
post #1217 of 1521
Code isn't working for me (I sent in an email letting them know). Anyone having it work for them?

Working now. But can't stack with the $20 survey coupon (at least not online) so doesn't matter. Bought one of each. The green is my preferred color, but my biggest regret is having not bought a Yosemite shirt in each color, and now I can't until their next restock. Not gonna make that mistake again.
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post #1218 of 1521
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Originally Posted by wdahab View Post

Code isn't working for me (I sent in an email letting them know). Anyone having it work for them?

Working now. But can't stack with the $20 survey coupon (at least not online) so doesn't matter. Bought one of each. The green is my preferred color, but my biggest regret is having not bought a Yosemite shirt in each color, and now I can't until their next restock. Not gonna make that mistake again.

Yosemite: I've done one each year...I just need black at this point.
post #1219 of 1521

Just bought my first shirt from these guys. I'm going to be in the area the next couple days, so I'm hoping I'll have time to stop by.

post #1220 of 1521

On a side note, this brand's sizes are really big. I'm usually a medium or small, but if I can trust their scale, I'm an XS by their system.

post #1221 of 1521
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Originally Posted by Tsujigiri View Post

On a side note, this brand's sizes are really big. I'm usually a medium or small, but if I can trust their scale, I'm an XS by their system.

I don't know if I agree with that. From my experience, they're solidly on the standard American sizing scale (basically, anything that isn't particularly slim). I'm a small in most pre-shrunk shirts, and a size 38 short or 36 regular for jackets, and TS small (38) works perfectly for me across the board. I think that TS real strength is in the more rugged, individually designed shirts. For oxfords or chambrays there are very competitive options out there. But for canvas/twill/felted shirts, TS is the best out there.
post #1222 of 1521
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Originally Posted by wdahab View Post

Code isn't working for me (I sent in an email letting them know). Anyone having it work for them?

Working now. But can't stack with the $20 survey coupon (at least not online) so doesn't matter. Bought one of each. The green is my preferred color, but my biggest regret is having not bought a Yosemite shirt in each color, and now I can't until their next restock. Not gonna make that mistake again.

So, just to follow up on that, Jenilee, awesome CS representative that she is, did in fact stack the 10% new release coupon on top of my $20 off coupon, giving me a partial refund for the difference. Anyway, the shirts are going out today, and I'm super excited about it. Also, she did confirm that Yosemites will be run again this fall. I will be buying several of them this time, I have worn my red one so often.
post #1223 of 1521

Jenilee is amazingly helpful.  I logged in just to echo that, and I'm generally a lazy person.

post #1224 of 1521
Does anyone have the good acre chore pants? Are they wearable for everyday/casual use?
post #1225 of 1521

I have a few pairs of the original chore pants.  They're quite wearable for a subset of casual: flannel shirts, boots, rain, and rock climbing.  I wouldn't wear them to the office aside from casual Friday.

post #1226 of 1521
When is that popover oxford gonna drop?
post #1227 of 1521
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Originally Posted by ebusto View Post
 

I have a few pairs of the original chore pants.  They're quite wearable for a subset of casual: flannel shirts, boots, rain, and rock climbing.  I wouldn't wear them to the office aside from casual Friday.

ditto- def not office wear and maybe even not summer wear given the weight... they do have great mobility though for rock climbing 

post #1228 of 1521
How would you compare the fit to the summer chinos and the selvedge chinos?
post #1229 of 1521
I actually dont have any TS chinos, but the fit of their original chore pants was very consistent with their denim.
post #1230 of 1521

Apologies for the blank post. Schoolboy error.

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