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Gas those submariners look great! I bought the maritime jacket last year in charcoal. I'm to convince myself I don't need it, but I will most likely succumb. I'm leaning towards the navy colorway. What about the sf crowd?
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Mike what's the inseam on the isla pants for women ?
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@mikegnthensome - So the Submariner looks great, but it also looks to be the same material as this year's Maritime - basically, it appears to be the Maritime with a different placket and pockets. Is there any other difference or do they feel very similar in person?

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@mikegnthensome
- So the Submariner looks great, but it also looks to be the same material as this year's Maritime - basically, it appears to be the Maritime with a different placket and pockets. Is there any other difference or do they feel very similar in person?

Obviously not Mike, but I think the one big difference is hand warmer pockets. I wish my maritime had them. It would be perfect then.
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Pics from survey email that was sent -- I really like the waxed canvas Long Haul jackets + Corded Indigo shirt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #3126 of 3290
the long haul jackets do look nice, but i've already got the tan variant so don't need another. I'm waiting for TS to drop that tan plaid Glacier shirt that was featured in their last survey.
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Thanks for posting the survey pictures!  I like looking back at them as the weekly workshop releases are revealed.  They have some really strong shirts coming up in the next weeks.  The last two are definite purchases and the corded indigo reminds me of the Lambert by Freenote Cloth.  I wish we could get them before the end of the year, but the weeks are running out - the submariner ships during the middle of December.  

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The cord workshirt looks awesome. Mike/anyone else - why do you guys like such lightweight jackets? Looks like both of these are 7oz, like the tan version. Would really like a 10-14 oz version at some point.
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If anyone isn't interested in waiting for this Maritime run and liked the green Maritime from last year, let me know. Have an M40.
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The cord workshirt looks awesome. Mike/anyone else - why do you guys like such lightweight jackets? Looks like both of these are 7oz, like the tan version. Would really like a 10-14 oz version at some point.


Personally I'd like to see them venture into different styles of outerwear entirely.  I've seen the long haul, project, and maritime collection a lot over the last few years.  I had a project jacket that was ok but the rest of the offerings are not really my vibe.  I may need to look at other lines but I do prefer TS when the item appeals to me.  Hoping to see a bit of variation from the regulars. 

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That's a great point. I hadn't really thought of it until you said it. It's been a little...cyclical.
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Personally I'd like to see them venture into different styles of outerwear entirely.  I've seen the long haul, project, and maritime collection a lot over the last few years.  I had a project jacket that was ok but the rest of the offerings are not really my vibe.  I may need to look at other lines but I do prefer TS when the item appeals to me.  Hoping to see a bit of variation from the regulars. 

True, and agreed. I just chalked it up to them offering staples (so long as they keep getting funded) and introducing a few new pieces per season. Rover was new last year, the submariner jacket this one, and hopefully we'll see more. @mikegnthensome can correct me if I'm wrong, but I doubt we're going to see anything too substantial from them considering they seem focused on Bay area weather.
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True, and agreed. I just chalked it up to them offering staples (so long as they keep getting funded) and introducing a few new pieces per season. Rover was new last year, the submariner jacket this one, and hopefully we'll see more. @mikegnthensome can correct me if I'm wrong, but I doubt we're going to see anything too substantial from them considering they seem focused on Bay area weather.
I'd love to see something heavy but I wouldn't expect it. At least this year. Maybe something blanket lined?
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Really liking the last two shirts a lot.


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First time reading through some of this thread. Wanted to see if anyone could compare Gustin Chinos to TS Chinos.
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