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@sjmin209 Are those the camp pants? If not, who makes them?

Actually, they're some old beater J Crew jeans. Sacrilegious, I know.
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Actually, they're some old beater J Crew jeans. Sacrilegious, I know.

The jacket fit looks spot on man!

 

Also the jeans color is dope, do that still make jeans in that color?

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No idea. They're about 10 years old
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been an leather jacket fad in the last few months for some reason. Gotten around today to take a few pics of them. Here's my awesome TS one..

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@mikegnthensome It seems that you are pretty much running new products exclusively through the workshop (as opposed to stocking a ton of stuff) - do you plan to offer new men's workshop products more than 1 time per week, or is it going to stay as-is for the foreseeable future?
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I've just got to say that the new return process is fantastic! No more waiting for a shipping label and confirmation. A couple of clicks and done!

That being said, I really wish that the Swift Mills Utility shirt would have fit! I've got the ISC Utility shirt in a 42- it's a little big, but that's ok because I think if I give it a hot soak it will shrink up and be perfect. I ordered the Swift Mills in a 42 and I can barely button it. these should be cut from the same pattern, no? Where does the size variation get introduced?

Also received the Crater shirt and this thing in 42 fits perfect after a wash. Awesome shirt!
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got my blackwatch wool jacket today. its amazing. only qualms: 1) no internal pocket 2) no tag indicating pendleton wool (i like those kind of things, makes it more special to me)

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The jacket fit looks spot on man!

 

Also the jeans color is dope, do that still make jeans in that color?


Take a look at Gustin.

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been an leather jacket fad in the last few months for some reason. Gotten around today to take a few pics of them. Here's my awesome TS one..

@rnguy001 Hot damn, breaking in well. How much are you benching now? @oynag the squat rack is calling your name. High-rep curls only. Be there or be square

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I've just got to say that the new return process is fantastic! No more waiting for a shipping label and confirmation. A couple of clicks and done!

That being said, I really wish that the Swift Mills Utility shirt would have fit! I've got the ISC Utility shirt in a 42- it's a little big, but that's ok because I think if I give it a hot soak it will shrink up and be perfect. I ordered the Swift Mills in a 42 and I can barely button it. these should be cut from the same pattern, no? Where does the size variation get introduced?

Also received the Crater shirt and this thing in 42 fits perfect after a wash. Awesome shirt!

@AmongThePines 

 

Glad the returns process is becoming better. That was a big push this year so all feedback is good feedback.

 

They are cut from the same pattern. Only variation is fabric... only thing I could think is you got a mislabeled Swift Mills?

If you haven't sent it back, measure the chest 1' underneath the armpit and tell me what you get. If anything, the ISC can feel small on people b/c the selvedge canvas is a pretty tough fabric to start with. 

 

Sizing can be somewhat complex depending on how certain fabrics lay on the body, unexpected shrinkage, and doing small batch garments instead of one large run (lends itself to having more chances of a mistake). But it was an issue that we thought was cleared up (or so we thought...). Just drop me a note and we'll figure it out.

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Originally Posted by Klemins View Post

@mikegnthensome It seems that you are pretty much running new products exclusively through the workshop (as opposed to stocking a ton of stuff) - do you plan to offer new men's workshop products more than 1 time per week, or is it going to stay as-is for the foreseeable future?

@Klemins We've doubled down on our workshop model as we've moved to a monthly curated look, instead of the somewhat random yet seasonally related weekly model we had. We're also always on the lookout for cool new fabrics and styles so it wouldn't be out of the realm to see a couple Sunday workshop/limited releases that have little to do w/ the monthly collection.

 

Always love feedback. Would you like to see more limited drops? More workshop items? Thoughts on the monthly release cadence vs. the past? Is Frank Underwood ever going to wear a Telegraph? 

 

I'm all ears bud.

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Finally got a chance to open up the black watch project jacket yesterday (just in time for 70 degree weather on DC!). This thing is perfect. Not sure how you guys nail the fits so well on such a wide range of styles but keep doing what you're doing. Only downside is I probably have to tuck this thing away until November!
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@Klemins
 We've doubled down on our workshop model as we've moved to a monthly curated look, instead of the somewhat random yet seasonally related weekly model we had. We're also always on the lookout for cool new fabrics and styles so it wouldn't be out of the realm to see a couple Sunday workshop/limited releases that have little to do w/ the monthly collection.


Always love feedback. Would you like to see more limited drops? More workshop items? Thoughts on the monthly release cadence vs. the past? Is Frank Underwood ever going to wear a Telegraph? 

I'm all ears bud.

I sort of liked the random workshop items in the past since, if you weren't into something, there was always next week. Now, if you don't like a concept (like the telegraph collection for me), you're SOL for about a month. Maybe drop an additional couple items a month if you're sticking with the cohesive collection?

I mean, it's always good to have more options, if you guys did biweekly workshop launches or something, but it's obviously not worth it if things don't get backed.
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Finally got a chance to open up the black watch project jacket yesterday (just in time for 70 degree weather on DC!). This thing is perfect. Not sure how you guys nail the fits so well on such a wide range of styles but keep doing what you're doing. Only downside is I probably have to tuck this thing away until November!

Agreed.  Only complain is that the wrist is a tad tight for outerwear.  Could have added another half to inch to the wrist sizing to account for a long sleeve shirt (Oxford weight) underneath and a watch.  Overall an fantastic piece though :slayer:


Edited by Don L - 3/8/16 at 12:51pm
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@mikegnthensome Shots fired! High-rep curls curled! Dressed it up at work today. Strangely cold here.

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