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Originally Posted by MSUSpartan View Post
 

I placed an order last Saturday 7/30 and it still hasn't shipped.  Everything was in stock to be "shipped immediately".... sent messages through order email and an direct email to customer service were not responded to.... anyone else had an issues?  TS has always been fast to shipped before this order.

@MSUSpartan send me your order # via DM & I can figure out exactly what happened... our logistics partner is still having a couple hiccups and i'm trying to sort through the root causes. I'm guessing this may be one of those issues. Man this has not been a fun time to catch back up with all my Styleforum folks. Good & bad, it's still better to have an outlet to see what's going on outside our HQ. No shortage of work to be had so if anybody is lookin for a job :) -- apologizes again.

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I like herringbone. Looks nice. I was ready to back but I am looking for a zipper. Does TS ever do zipper fronts on camp pants?. I hope fund so they get to the zipper version 😀

the new camp pants aren't selvedge :-(

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You've gotten two separate pairs of the Surf Trunks? I ordered them through the Workshop and haven't received them. Emailed them Friday about it and was told they'd ship within 24 hrs. But it's Monday morning and still no shipping notification. I've been a huge cheerleader for TS, but this kind of stuff is annoying. I ordered swimming trunks in April, and they can't fulfill them by Aug. 1? They've been up on the site for more than a week and I'm sitting here having pre-ordered them with no sign of them coming?

@eljlakers can ya send me a DM? That's a huge pain and  should never have happened. Damn, glad it's not a Monday caus reading this is breaking my heart. I sure hope you have them in your hand but please send me a DM nonetheless. Would love to make things right and figure out what happened.

 

 

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The rover jacket looks great, I'm diggin that slate color.  Although the no side entry front pockets may be a deal breaker for me.  I really like jackets to have pockets for my hands, call me crazy.  Never had a jacket that can't really be cleaned easily either, may be problematic for me.  In for the camp pants though. 

@Medoc I believe it was a stylistic decision & degree of difficulty with the material but don't quote me as I'm not 100% sure, need to check when I go into the office this morning. I faintly remember seeing a sample with side-entry pockets and it just really looked odd as the snap-closure pockets don't open up as easy as the open facing pockets do on the Project Jacket. Totally understand your gripe, just trying to relay why the Rovers don't have side entry but let me confirm and II'll send you a note.

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Thanks Mike. You guys have sorted me out. I'm satisfied. Stuff happens with any company.

 

I'm certain the little stuff is not widespread. TS makes good clothing.

 

Heading off to check out those camp pants now, actually.

 

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Originally Posted by mikegnthensome View Post
 

@pima1234 sorry to hear about those troubles ... really seems like you've gotten the short end of the stick in dealing with us but i haven't heard of similar complaints from other customers so it may be a case of being really unlucky (and not widespread issues which tend to happen from time to time - we do our best but we're def. not perfect. Yet.)

 

Think I saw you left a note on FB -- can you shoot me a DM or email (mikeg@) and we'll get things sorted -- appreciate you hanging with us & apologizes on a far from stellar start. We'll keep workin' on it till it's right, you've got my word.

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@mikegnthensome what's the reasoning for no sleeve lining on the Rover (other than maybe cost?). I tried one on and the fabric is thin enough that the sleeves were a noticeably different color due to this. Just doesn't make sense to me.
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Same reason there is lining on a suit jacket/sportcoat. The moleskin lining would make getting your sleeved arms in a major chore.
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@Klemins It wasn't a costing reason we didn't include lining in the sleeves, it was purposeful ;). We wanted to make this jacket more of a year round piece so unlined sleeves will help alleviate the good ol' pit swamp during Spring/Fall for waxed cotton, as I'm sure you know, is far from breathable. If it's colder outside, unlined sleeves leaves room for layers. 

 

Sleeves should remain the same color as the exterior is all the same color waxed cotton. Perhaps the wax displacement made the coloring difference... you can run it under a hair dryer on light and smooth out the wax and it should be good as new. 

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Is there an update on the merino henley? Just curious because estimate shipping date was last week.

 

Does anyone have the old sizing chart for chore/camp pants?

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Originally Posted by Chylo View Post

 

Does anyone have the old sizing chart for chore/camp pants?


Here you go.

 

BTW, these can be found by plugging a URL for an item of the same style that existed prior to the size chart change into https://archive.org. If it has a snapshot you can get to the old size chart / fit guide link.

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Here you go.

 

BTW, these can be found by plugging a URL for an item of the same style that existed prior to the size chart change into https://archive.org. If it has a snapshot you can get to the old size chart / fit guide link.

 

so the current 38's are 38 but the old 36's were 38.5?

 

@ Taylor Stitch

 

What is the waist measurement of the new camp pants?  I'd like to buy some but if current 38's are 38 they wont fit me.

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Originally Posted by Chylo View Post
 

Is there an update on the merino henley?

 

I'm stoked for this too. I bet it's gonna be in heavy rotation with it being a collaboration from MW.

 

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Originally Posted by mikegnthensome View Post
 

 No shortage of work to be had so if anybody is lookin for a job :)

 

Just saw this. Totally looking for work in the area!


Edited by calvane - 8/12/16 at 2:09pm
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Jumped on the Slate Rover.  Hope I'm not disappointed

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Originally Posted by bbconair View Post
 

anyone have the rover jacket? and how does it compare to barbour bedale / ashby in terms of fit? it looks more tailored.

Can't compare to the Barbours, but I've got a first run Rover in Olive. It's surprisingly warm and definitely comfortable. I'm a M/40 in all TS tops/outwear and it fits pretty well. Obviously a bit looser than things like the Maritime Jacket/Vest, but appropriately so. I could probably layer one sweater or something underneath. I can't wait for Fall to break it out again.

 

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Originally Posted by mikegnthensome View Post
 

@Medoc I believe it was a stylistic decision & degree of difficulty with the material but don't quote me as I'm not 100% sure, need to check when I go into the office this morning. I faintly remember seeing a sample with side-entry pockets and it just really looked odd as the snap-closure pockets don't open up as easy as the open facing pockets do on the Project Jacket. Totally understand your gripe, just trying to relay why the Rovers don't have side entry but let me confirm and II'll send you a note.


I could have sworn you mentioned they had side-entry back when the first round came out. I would have loved to have them on mine, but it's definitely still a great jacket without them,

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