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post #21706 of 24620
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Have sent a message to our dealer. Will revert once I hear from him.

Any update on this @luxire ?

post #21707 of 24620
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

We do have some Epic fabrics as well.

But, the timing of your message is perfect. I was at Schoeller in Sevelen on Friday. Saw through their complete collection and also ordered some fabrics. Am expecting these to be shipped to us in about a week and we should be able to start taking orders then.

Among the ordered items are fabrics for making jackets, trousers, some shirts, polos, thermal wears and underwears. The fabric for underwear is a blend of Merino that wears cool, dries quick and is very comfortable.

If things go well, we will be offering the complete spectrum of technical clothing over a period of time.






Fabrics being processed at Schoeller.

Would like to hear if there has been any development regarding this topic. I would like to order some Schoeller light weight 4-way stretch pants for Summer. Its a shame we have such nice fabric in 21st century but confined in Outdoor area.
post #21708 of 24620
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Originally Posted by patliean1 View Post
 

@luxire

 

The links below do not provide or load the section to submit measurements, and there isn't a "Add to Cart" button. Does this mean this fabric is sold out? Thanks!

 

https://luxire.myshopify.com/products/monti-white-twill-2-80 

 

https://luxire.myshopify.com/products/alumo-white-twill-2-100  


Correct.  No "Add to Cart" button signifies the cloth is not currently in stock.

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@ellsbebc @Quesjac

 

Thanks. Literally all the business white twills under $100 are sold out. I suppose going up in implied quality isn’t a bad thing, however:

 

https://luxire.myshopify.com/products/grandi_calliope_b_00045_00501_fine_twill_white

post #21710 of 24620
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Originally Posted by patliean1 View Post
 

@ellsbebc @Quesjac

 

Thanks. Literally all the business white twills under $100 are sold out. I suppose going up in implied quality isn’t a bad thing, however:

 

https://luxire.myshopify.com/products/grandi_calliope_b_00045_00501_fine_twill_white

Too true. I've been hoping for a while they'd drop some nice stripes and checks that aren't $150-$200, but no dice.

post #21711 of 24620
@luxire

Is it possible, when ordering a shirt, to specify the distance between the buttons? For instance, I like to wear shirts without a tie and noticed that shirts that have a dense button pattern sit better on my upper chest/neck area than shirts that have a bigger distance between the buttons.
post #21712 of 24620
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@luxire

Is it possible, when ordering a shirt, to specify the distance between the buttons? For instance, I like to wear shirts without a tie and noticed that shirts that have a dense button pattern sit better on my upper chest/neck area than shirts that have a bigger distance between the buttons.

Yes.  I've done that on every shirt ordered

post #21713 of 24620
Thread Starter 

We are working on restocking the whites.

 

For the other items, I think the issue is more related to searching difficulty as we have 2123 shirt options listed that are in stock, of these 1039 are below $100, most of the ones above $100 are from premium mills like Albini, Grandi Rubinelli.

 

Almost all our shirt options are plains/stripes/checks.

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Hopefully @luxire or you other fine gents can help me out with regards to getting an accurate measurement of the back rise of a pair of well fitting pants I have.

On their website here (fifth picture from the top) they lay the pants flat and measure from the top of the waist band to where the seams meet like an intersection. However, the seam of the back rise on my pair of pants is not flat/straight. If I were to fold my pants along the seam/back rise it looks like a ski jump when it get near the crotch like
this (curve is on the left hand side):
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

If I measure using Luxires method I get about 15.75/16.0 inches. If I measure from the top of the waistband to where the curve begins and take a second measurement from the start of the bend to where all of the seams intersect and total the two easurements I get 16.5 inches. Which measurement should I use?
post #21715 of 24620
Thread Starter 

 The white twills are back, along with a few more.

 

Alumo - White Twill 2/100

 

Soft - White Twill 2/100

 

Warzone White Twill

 

Fine White Twill 2/120

 

White Twill 2/80

 

Natural Wrinkle-Free: White Twill

 

Everyday White Twill 2/80

post #21716 of 24620
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Odd I/O View Post

Hopefully @luxire or you other fine gents can help me out with regards to getting an accurate measurement of the back rise of a pair of well fitting pants I have.

On their website here (fifth picture from the top) they lay the pants flat and measure from the top of the waist band to where the seams meet like an intersection. However, the seam of the back rise on my pair of pants is not flat/straight. If I were to fold my pants along the seam/back rise it looks like a ski jump when it get near the crotch like
this (curve is on the left hand side): Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

If I measure using Luxires method I get about 15.75/16.0 inches. If I measure from the top of the waistband to where the curve begins and take a second measurement from the start of the bend to where all of the seams intersect and total the two easurements I get 16.5 inches. Which measurement should I use?

 

Measure using our method because that is what we will do when making your pants.   Below are images showing the measurement and "ski-jump" on a pairs of pants, being readied for shipping.
 

Measuring Back Rise (Click to show)

 

 

 

post #21717 of 24620
@calypso

Did you get any lining in the linen pants above?
post #21718 of 24620
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post
 

 The white twills are back, along with a few more.

 

Fine White Twill 2/120

 

 

Due to my impatience, yesterday I purchased the Grandi & Rubinelli Twill White for $129. I regret not waiting another day before the restock of the more affordable white twills seeing as the price difference is $40. However, I'm confident the higher priced fabric will be worth it. Thanks

post #21719 of 24620
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Originally Posted by yeknal View Post

@calypso

Did you get any lining in the linen pants above?

 

I opted for no lining 

(easier to wash at home)

post #21720 of 24620
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Originally Posted by calypso View Post

I opted for no lining 
(easier to wash at home)

My thinking exactly...In the past I've got 1/2 lining on linen pants but I'm going to switch to no lining on future orders
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