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post #511 of 1517
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It's pretty light. It has an ever so slight brush on it to soften it up but it isn't as heavy as our brushed cotton California's we launched late last year.

It is more of a dress weight.
post #512 of 1517
I recall seeing that the khadi fabrics were going to be extremely limited and difficult to come by, but a shirt similarl (green, yellow or red perhaps?) to the blue striped khadi shirt would be quite welcome. That fabric is amazing.
Edited by Markerbuoys - 1/15/13 at 8:26pm
post #513 of 1517
I think someone had said that TS might do Khadi shirts twice a summer, but perhaps I imagined that.
Edited by Markerbuoys - 1/14/13 at 8:00am
post #514 of 1517
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Gents,

We have launched a new 15 oz selave denim from Kuroki Mills in Japan. We are also rereleasing a couple old favorites in the way of the 13 1/2 oz Kurabo Mills as well as the 13 1/2 oz Nisshinbo Mills denims.

As always, you guys get first crack. Use the code HEAVYHITTER til midnight for 10% off.

Fire questions if you got em.
post #515 of 1517
Very excited about the 15oz Kuroki and the slubby Nisshinbo... Can't get the HEAVYHITTER discount code to work for the Kuroki, though.
post #516 of 1517
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Sorry everyone. We were having problems with the 10% discount code. HEAVYHITTER is now working. Drop by the site to check out our limited release of 15.5oz Kuroki selvedge denim.

http://taylorstitch.com/collections/mens-featured-product/products/kuroki-copper-selvage-denim-15
post #517 of 1517
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Things are shifting around a bit right now. Once we get a better grasp on them we will let you guys know!

 

Looking forward to seeing the schedule (or a rough one at least)!

post #518 of 1517
Anyone have experience with Taylor Stitch denim's stretch? I'm going to get the Kuroki 15 oz., I have about a 31" waist. I wear size 30 Levi 514 pre-washed, I'm fairly certain these Kuroki's in 29 will snuggly fit me and be comfortable (listed as a 30.5" waist), but wondering whether I'll need to size down further to a 28. And I know that you can't really know for sure mill to mill, but thought I'd ask anyway.
post #519 of 1517
^^ Okay, just decided to buy both a 28 and a 29, though still curious if anyone has experience with the stretch.
post #520 of 1517
^I measure about a 35.5 waist and tried 34 and 33, and ultimately went with the 33. They started out as a very comfortable fit and there's been a little bit of stretch too. Wasn't tempted to try the 32s because I didn't want them to be too tight to start. Had that experience with some other denim and didn't feel the trouble was worth it. Be interested to hear how this works out for you.
post #521 of 1517
you seriously need to restock the hemming way...single digits till friday and it will feel like negative for a majority of the days. I walk outside to work for an hour total back and forth each day uhoh.gif
post #522 of 1517
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you seriously need to restock the hemming way...single digits till friday and it will feel like negative for a majority of the days. I walk outside to work for an hour total back and forth each day uhoh.gif

What size do you need my man? There is a chance we may have one at the shop.
post #523 of 1517
Not sure...38 or 40. I have a few 38 shirts. 2 Fit amazing and my Yosemite fits a bit more snug all of which are 38. But I take it those would be more popular sizes.
post #524 of 1517
are the flannel lined denim items meant to be warmer than the previous iterations of those items? i would assume so because of the insulation but i wanted to check
post #525 of 1517
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are the flannel lined denim items meant to be warmer than the previous iterations of those items? i would assume so because of the insulation but i wanted to check

They are definitely warmer versions. The denim isn't outrageously heavy though so they don't become too hot.
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