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@mikegnthensome

When can we expect a restock of basic t shirts? Mine are getting kind of ratty.
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In summary, the jacket should start a little tight in the chest. If it is really tight and totally hindering your movement, you should consider sizing up. 

 

 

 

 

if anyone has a 36 that's too small, lemme know!

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I'm not sure how me blasting high-rep curls in the squat rack will mold the jacket's chest but ooooookaaaay.

Thanks for the research. Time to start sleeping in it.

@oynag you're doing the gym all wrong. Everybody knows beach bod muscles only, just rep out a couple bench presses and not only will the jacket be molded, but you'll be ready for the spring. Next leather jacket, we'll add in your very own blender bottle. 

 

@rnguy001 Just tell her lookin' good ain't easy. Reserved only for those that seek it out :)

 

All joking aside, the jacket should feel a bit tight due to the leather & GB confirmed our suspicions. Unless the front is truly hindering your movement, give it a month and you'll be happy it's sized the way it is.

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I heard a few round in missionary position helps stretch the leather out.
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@mikegnthensome

When can we expect a restock of basic t shirts? Mine are getting kind of ratty.

@SouthNarc look out at the end of January.  Should be coming in hot if all goes to plan

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Thank you Mike!
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I heard a few round in missionary position helps stretch the leather out.

 


Who wants to play golf in a leather jacket?

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I recently ordered my first Utility Shirt when the Cone Mills Selvidge Canvas was released a few months back. Now I am considering another one in the restock of the Swift Mills Denim.  Do you think these are too similar? Wasn't sure if I would actually need more than one Utility Shirt since these are designed to be used all the time. 

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moto boots supposed to arrive today... can't wait to get home from work...

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Received the Cone ISC Utility shirt today. Awesome quality, kinda strange fit. Sleeve length is good, but I can barely button the cuff. I probably can live with that, but am wondering about shrinkage. It's pretty long. If I do a soak can I expect any shrinkage? What does everyone else think of this thing? It's pretty solid!
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Thinking that the cuff is slightly even more snug that usual from TS.  Arms a bit longer, which is good for me, and a bit wider/boxier.

 

I think that a lot of that has to do with the fabric being stiff and not draping.  Gonna have to do a good soak to get the fabric loosened up a bit.

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Gonna have to exchange mine -- I ended up sizing up from 40->42, mainly worried about the length and sleeve length, but both of those things seem to fit extremely long, so I'm going back down to a 40. Buttons were fairly hard to button, but that's to be expected on a raw denim shirt/jacket, I think.

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Is the indigo canvas utility shirt going to rub indigo onto other fabrics like denim does?

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Yes.

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Does anyone have any recommendations for prepping the ISC canvas shirt before wearing it? Out of the box it is incredibly stiff and I'm sure like everything else that is "selvedge" that there is some hoop to jump through with it. Soaking? Hand washing? Voodoo?

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