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Originally Posted by Bryanb55 View Post
 

I chatted with TS customer service last night and found out that Rover jackets are shipping tomorrow and Friday.  Another one I am really looking forward to receiving (in Navy).


Good to know I'm anxiously awaiting mine.

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Anybody else unable to access the Salt & Pepper Utility Shirt link?

 

I don't see it anywhere in the Workshop and the link in the email is a no go.

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Originally Posted by JilSlander View Post
 

Anybody else unable to access the Salt & Pepper Utility Shirt link?

 

I don't see it anywhere in the Workshop and the link in the email is a no go.

 

Having the same problem.

 

Interesting makeup.

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Weird - when have they launched a campaign on Sunday? Maybe they saw Gustin's salt and pepper canvas shirt and didn't want them to take interest away.
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Link was definitely borked this morning. Working now bromans.

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Originally Posted by Klemins View Post

Weird - when have they launched a campaign on Sunday? Maybe they saw Gustin's salt and pepper canvas shirt and didn't want them to take interest away.


Probably.


Not feeling either campaign.

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@mikegnthensome



25 deg here. Have a t shirt and the Yosemite flannel and this awesome jacket. I'm so comfortable it's scary. Thanks to you guys for making such and awesome jacket. TBH it took me a bit to get used to the fit and stiffness. But now I smile and can't wait to put on this buttery goodness (!!!) any chance I can.
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Originally Posted by rnguy001 View Post

@mikegnthensome



25 deg here. Have a t shirt and the Yosemite flannel and this awesome jacket. I'm so comfortable it's scary. Thanks to you guys for making such and awesome jacket. TBH it took me a bit to get used to the fit and stiffness. But now I smile and can't wait to put on this buttery goodness (!!!) any chance I can.

@rnguy001 cheers to this pic! Lookin' great, thanks for sharing. And it always makes our day to get posts like this. Give it a couple months and that stiffness will turn into even more buttery goodness. I almost took that joke further but had to reign it back as taken out of context, it' became a bit risque for a conversation about leather jackets.

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Originally Posted by Klemins View Post

Weird - when have they launched a campaign on Sunday? Maybe they saw Gustin's salt and pepper canvas shirt and didn't want them to take interest away.

@Klemins no correlation here... our production team had found some great fabric a little while back, perhaps on the dark web and once we saw the samples, we got too excited not too launch it.

 

Apparently we shouldn't have fired that engineering team as our software decided not to publish the garment to our site on time.

 

Joking aside, our sincerest apologies the link didn't work for a bit @dqm45 & @JilSlander. All is good now. 

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ha I foresaw it coming hence the preemptive !!! before the comment. biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by mikegnthensome View Post

@rnguy001
 cheers to this pic! Lookin' great, thanks for sharing. And it always makes our day to get posts like this. Give it a couple months and that stiffness will turn into even more buttery goodness. I almost took that joke further but had to reign it back as taken out of context, it' became a bit risque for a conversation about leather jackets.
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Just read this week's Paper to Product. I love the materials TS gets for these shirts, I just wish they had more substantial collars :(

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Just read this week's Paper to Product. I love the materials TS gets for these shirts, I just wish they had more substantial collars :(


You are not wrong.  When they release the jacks, I have to think about it and make sure I really need to have the shirt.  The collar just has minimal roll and is somewhat wimpy.  They appear almost like a band collar at times.  I'll still buy the jack on occasion because I'm all about TS and some fabrics you really can't hold off on, but there is a lot more hesitation than I'd like.  It doesn't render the shirt unwearable for me, but it prevents the jack from being a favorite.  

 

I know the jack is a staple of TS and they are very fond of them there, but perhaps @mikegnthensome can pass on our feedback.  This is not a new gripe and many on SF have brought this up before.  Perhaps there is some minor tweak out there keeping the essence of the jack while improving upon it for everyone?  Just throwing it out there, will remain a frequent customer/supporter regardless.  The new editions dropping tomorrow look appealing and they really perk your interest with that mystery item mention.      

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Originally Posted by Medoc View Post
 


You are not wrong.  When they release the jacks, I have to think about it and make sure I really need to have the shirt.  The collar just has minimal roll and is somewhat wimpy.  They appear almost like a band collar at times.  I'll still buy the jack on occasion because I'm all about TS and some fabrics you really can't hold off on, but there is a lot more hesitation than I'd like.  It doesn't render the shirt unwearable for me, but it prevents the jack from being a favorite.  

 

I know the jack is a staple of TS and they are very fond of them there, but perhaps @mikegnthensome can pass on our feedback.  This is not a new gripe and many on SF have brought this up before.  Perhaps there is some minor tweak out there keeping the essence of the jack while improving upon it for everyone?  Just throwing it out there, will remain a frequent customer/supporter regardless.  The new editions dropping tomorrow look appealing and they really perk your interest with that mystery item mention.      

^^^ This exactly. I love that Taylor Stitch can cater to so many different lifestyles all while paying homage to the timeless classics. I feel like this could be the last piece of the sartorial puzzle... Well that and online MTM, if they do that I'll go broke :D

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I prefer the small collars to be honest. They're casual shirts; I like the roll and feel they look better with the top few buttons undone than those with big collars. Their products consistently sell out so I can't be the only one.
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