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A friend of mine has several shirts in the White Warzone fabric, just for reference.
post #6932 of 14495
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Originally Posted by johanm View Post

Pulled the trigger on my first shirt (sky blue oxford) and trousers (270-300g khaki twill). Also ordered a bunch of swatches and look forward to reporting back to this thread with observations.

Has anyone sent a canvassed sportcoat or suit jacket in to be replicated? I'm considering sending a bespoke jacket to get duped out for a variety of tweed, corduroy, and linen sportcoats. The value proposition is highly intriguing. I'm just a little curious about what level of quality to expect - don't want to have unrealistic expectations and get disappointed. Are they going to nail every detail of front/back balance, curve of quarters, pocket/dart placement, shoulder construction, arm taper, etc? Or is this bound to be a $5-600 mistake?

interested in this as well..

post #6933 of 14495
Wishlist for 2014:

30-35% linen 70-65% cotton blends in solid and white university stripes (pastel colours, orange, yellow, blues)

summer coloured pima cotton fabrics for polo shirts. Thinking solids or solid like (mottled) fabrics in burned orange, coffee, ecru, off white and white.

Generally i prefer muted, subdued colours over anything bright.
post #6934 of 14495
I would like more options in denim for shirting fabrics, although I may be in the minority.
post #6935 of 14495
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

I would like more options in denim for shirting fabrics, although I may be in the minority.
+1

More chambray options, if you can include the chambray in your ready to wear line and also a red one I'd be happy.
post #6936 of 14495
Had anyone got a response from CS recently? It's been a week since they last responded to me. Are they off for the holidays?
post #6937 of 14495
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Originally Posted by Patrick R View Post

What was disappointing about the Warzone Plus? I was looking to make an order including it soon.

I second the request for more madras!

I've heard it wrinkles very easily and is not heavy weight at all.

If someone has firsthand knowledge of both Warzone Plus White and Warzone White fabrics, I'd like to hear what you think about them.
post #6938 of 14495
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Had anyone got a response from CS recently? It's been a week since they last responded to me. Are they off for the holidays?

Just got an email today.
post #6939 of 14495
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Originally Posted by Tommi View Post

I've heard it wrinkles very easily and is not heavy weight at all.

If someone has firsthand knowledge of both Warzone Plus White and Warzone White fabrics, I'd like to hear what you think about them.
It is quite heavy and anything heavier will be impractical as a shirt IMO
post #6940 of 14495
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Originally Posted by jd13jd13 View Post

Had anyone got a response from CS recently?

CS?
post #6941 of 14495
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Originally Posted by CruzAzul View Post

CS?
Customer service maybe.
post #6942 of 14495
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Originally Posted by Tommi View Post

I've heard it wrinkles very easily and is not heavy weight at all.

If someone has firsthand knowledge of both Warzone Plus White and Warzone White fabrics, I'd like to hear what you think about them.

I have the warzone. It is very thick. If someone says it isn't thick then they are crazy.
post #6943 of 14495
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Originally Posted by fridayfrenzy View Post

I have the warzone. It is very thick. If someone says it isn't thick then they are crazy.

OK, I stand corrected then. Does it feel papery and wrinkle easily?
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OK, I stand corrected then. Does it feel papery and wrinkle easily?

No, it doesn't feel papery at all.  It's not a wrinkle free material though and will wrinkle throughout the day...but not any more than an ordinary oxford type material.

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Just got an email today.

I send them a question and got the response earlier today

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