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Originally Posted by wurlwyde View Post

They said their sales are run by farfetched exclusively. That it's not in store? Are you trying in store or did you order on farfetched?

Purchased through FarFetch. Apparently Maxfield fucked up the pricing somehow and are refusing to honor it.
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Y'all getting mad that they're not honoring a pricing mistake? lol8[1].gif not everyone takes a hit like the corner did.
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that pricing error will also be good for the people wanting 2nd hand (but new condition) and quoting the pic / price "i saw em on sale at X amount 3 years ago so dont want to pay more than that"

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Just ordered the silver Wyatts from FarFetch 

 

 

Managed to get the 10% off cause I haven't ordered from there before so snagged them for a bit under £500.

 

Hoping they'll rotate quite well in the line up with the gold Wyatts and the fringed suede from earlier this year. Will post pics of all three once they arrive next week!

 

For now here's the two without fit pics:

post #14045 of 14959

just create a new email and get 10% off everytime? - *mind blown gif*

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@GEJSkelly Awesome pick up. I've been eyeing them up since the ever since the collection was announced, but now I'm not so sure. Can you post some pics when you get them?

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my jacket collection all bought within 2015 sept up until now, the moon landing and swarovski being the favourites.. I would love to see some of you guys' too. smile.gif
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Awesome; love the variety.
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Awesome; love the variety.
Thanks smile.gif
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Guys, I really need some insights! I'm about to purchase the last 'oversized rancher coat' from the local SLP store. The coat is amazing but it's made of 100% treated sheepskin and feels like suede (with the lining in pure shearling).

Questions:
- is this water resistant?
- does rain leave spots on the coat?
- how does one treat such a coat to keep it new?

The sales associate told me I can't wear it in the rain but I can not imagine that SLP would make a coat that can't weather the elements (no pun intended!).

Any insights would be tremendously useful, especially from those that have this coat (I saw a few members with it on this forum). Information on Google is confusing.

Picture attached. Many thanks!
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Originally Posted by dddibakar View Post

my jacket collection all bought within 2015 sept up until now, the moon landing and swarovski being the favourites.. I would love to see some of you guys' too. smile.gif

thats so sick, congrats!

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Coat does look amazing. My understanding of suede and partly based on my own experience is that a quick exposure to some rain is fine, as long as you don't get soaked. So carry an umbrella, don't go traipsing in the rain, even if it's "treated" as suede can get soggy and lose it's vitality for lack of a better word. I know this is kind of disappointing, but in essence, you don't have to be OCD about it (you won't have spots from a few drops of rain), but it's not an all-weather solution, at least IME.
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Thanks SirGrotius, you're always so helpful. Really appreciate that!

I live in Dubai for work but I do visit my parents and friends regularly in Belgium and it really rains 11 months out of 12 over there. If I run the risk of destroying it because of that, I prefer to skip the purchase. It sells for the equivalent of 4,000 euros over here and I can't take the risk of it being ruined just because I forgot the umbrella once.

Besides, when it rains in Belgium it really rains like a monsoon and an umbrella wouldn't help much since it also rains sideways!

I just wonder: what kind of weather is this coat made for then? It really bothers me that it's so fragile.
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A tiny bit of rain won't ruin that coat but if it truly pisses rain all the time where you live it would be better to not buy it.

 

It would be perfect for somewhere that has cold winters with little precipitation.

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Thanks ZeroChrome. It becomes more and more clear to me that purchasing that coat is maybe not such a good idea. Really sad.
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