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post #7156 of 15051
Amiri looks pretty awful.
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Amiri looks pretty awful.

They're so comfy though.  Honestly, it's pretty good hardware and fit.  You don't see that everyday.

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They're so comfy though.  Honestly, it's pretty good hardware and fit.  You don't see that everyday.


yes it is comfy and compared to some other jackets that are in the same price range...i'd say Amiri is well built and quality is second to none...perhaps because they do not mass manufacture their items....their denim being near the $1000 range...that's pushing it a bit i think, then again, if u have every other douchebag celebrity wearing your sh*t....you can charge whatever u want...sad but true

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yeah....living in LA, I get to see a lot of it actually...just not into the "biker" jeans look, although i do love the denim Amiri has come out with, some of their jackets are really nice and the fit is amazing, i just think the SLP look is more of a look that is a "classic" look for those that are drawn to that style, whether it's elements from the 70's 80's 90's that are added/implemented to it, SLP gives it the modern vintage feel to it's lines...but not really sure the direction of their SS16 look...i live in LA...and i get the look, but that's more of the "venice beach/santa monica" skater/surfer boy look...not sure the whole world wants that look, then again, monkey see monkey do!


Yeah he's gonna blow up good amount. I got both shot gun tees as well. I like the jacket but I have Balmain one that's same material that's also biker but I would def cop that one if I didn't have. Yeah that look book looks like million dollar surfer look haha
post #7160 of 15051
I also noticed that the zippers on the denim changed. They use to be slanted to ident where it bent in the middle. I believe they stopped doing that as well. My 15 and my wax fw14 dont. But the ones from before are slanted
post #7161 of 15051
Finally finished reading through this entire thread. Really awesome stuff makes me want to get more SLP than the high tops I currently have.
post #7162 of 15051
anybody have Wyatt chain harness? How do they fit? I see Basic Wyatt on sl site states size down but for chain harness I don't see any recommendation? any 2 cents??
Edited by Slpbaby808 - 10/28/15 at 10:30pm
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Anybody here have the Rangers zippered boots? Fit, size down? Thanks

 

I size down .5 on the Made in Spain high ranger zips while the Made In Italy Rangers fit true to size. 

 

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Am I the only one who thinks Scanner is an outstanding writer?

 

Haven't heard that before, but thanks SG! 

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Haven't heard that before, but thanks SG! 

Thanks buddy. Was just reading the review on the harness on lustcatcher stuff, good reviews . He just made me put in a pre on ysl site haha
Edited by Slpbaby808 - 10/29/15 at 12:37am
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anybody have Wyatt chain harness? How do they fit? I see Basic Wyatt on sl site states size down but for chain harness I don't see any recommendation? any 2 cents??

sizing for the chain harness should be the same as the regular harness. I'm a true 41, I have a 41 in the harness and it's perfect.

 

as for the jacket above, nothing jumps out to me that looks off, but I'm not expert on the jackets, and there's only one picture.

post #7167 of 15051
So upon purchasing this raw denim, how much they stretch? they are riding up my croutch a bit.. Lmao
is there hope for the crouch area or do I just gotta size up
post #7168 of 15051

In my experience they don't stretch a great deal. I'd recommend buying the size that's snug but not tight.

post #7169 of 15051
Friend of mine who works for Mr. Porter was advising me that between different sizes, the Wyatt 40 heel changes in height.

I am arguing that it would be consistent throughout. Can anyone provide insight?
post #7170 of 15051

it probably does slightly. otherwise the smaller ones might be too steep?

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