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post #2116 of 2317
Hey I'm sure you're having a good time in Boston, but can you get back to work finding more new fabrics for these workshirts??? This is a great shirt.
post #2117 of 2317

I stopped by American Field yesterday and tried on the work shirts.   I love the details of the construction and the story behind the shirts.  I ended up getting the work shirt in brown weft and can't wait to see what's in store in the coming months.  

 

As impressed as I am by their products, the highlight was meeting Rob and Courtney.  It's always a treat to find clothes that I appreciate, but a joy to know that the folks behind them are genuinely good people with values I respect and admire. 

 

If you're in the Boston area, don't miss the chance to swing by!

 

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post #2118 of 2317
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Originally Posted by duff406 View Post

Hey I'm sure you're having a good time in Boston, but can you get back to work finding more new fabrics for these workshirts??? This is a great shirt.

Thanks man! We're working on it, and hopefully by later this Fall will have some new ones ready to roll!

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Originally Posted by LoKey View Post

I stopped by American Field yesterday and tried on the work shirts.   I love the details of the construction and the story behind the shirts.  I ended up getting the work shirt in brown weft and can't wait to see what's in store in the coming months.  

As impressed as I am by their products, the highlight was meeting Rob and Courtney.  It's always a treat to find clothes that I appreciate, but a joy to know that the folks behind them are genuinely good people with values I respect and admire. 

If you're in the Boston area, don't miss the chance to swing by!
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Thanks so much bud! It was a pleasure getting to meet you and hang out for a bit this weekend. It was the experiences like that that made the whole trip worth it....meeting great folks. Boston is a great town and we were so grateful to have been welcomed with open arms by so many. We'll chat real soon!
post #2119 of 2317
A little ditty about our shirts:
post #2120 of 2317
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Originally Posted by NewYorkIslander View Post

Thanks man. It was wasn't it!

Desperately clinging to what's left of it today:

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Yellow Hook Sample Denim Work Shirt. This is the shirt we based the now sold out Tony Stripe on.

As the purchaser of said sold out Tony Polo I can say great work Rob! Beautiful soft denim. Love the color and the stripe. Love the utility pocket. Fit is great. Will post a photo here shortly.
post #2121 of 2317
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

As the purchaser of said sold out Tony Polo I can say great work Rob! Beautiful soft denim. Love the color and the stripe. Love the utility pocket. Fit is great. Will post a photo here shortly.

Thanks dude, can't wait to see it!

BTW, we're putting ALL of our button down and spread collar dress shirts on sale to celebrate our Boston pop up success! Enter the code "CelebrateBoston" and get these awesome, single needle hand made dress shirts at $125 a pop. I honestly feel that these shirts are the best on the market at $200, now that they're $125, they're a freaking steal!

Happy shopping!
post #2122 of 2317
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Originally Posted by NewYorkIslander View Post


Thanks dude, can't wait to see it!

BTW, we're putting ALL of our button down and spread collar dress shirts on sale to celebrate our Boston pop up success! Enter the code "CelebrateBoston" and get these awesome, single needle hand made dress shirts at $125 a pop. I honestly feel that these shirts are the best on the market at $200, now that they're $125, they're a freaking steal!

Happy shopping!


@FrankCowperwood @NewYorkIslander - FC, what YH size did you go with? I'm between an XL and an L for *ahem* another SF sanctioned brand we all know well...Rob, can you point me to the  shirt sizing info online? I can't seem to find it. Thanks!

post #2123 of 2317
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Originally Posted by RuleOfRescue View Post

@FrankCowperwood
 @NewYorkIslander
 - FC, what YH size did you go with? I'm between an XL and an L for *ahem* another SF sanctioned brand we all know well...Rob, can you point me to the  shirt sizing info online? I can't seem to find it. Thanks!

I got the 3 and I think that would work for you too.
post #2124 of 2317

I went YH3 as well

post #2125 of 2317
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Originally Posted by Don L View Post
 

I went YH3 as well


Thanks @Don L and @FrankCowperwood - going with the YH3!

post #2126 of 2317
Here's the size 3 Tony Polo:

Detail (Click to show)
post #2127 of 2317
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Originally Posted by RuleOfRescue View Post

@FrankCowperwood
 @NewYorkIslander
 - FC, what YH size did you go with? I'm between an XL and an L for *ahem* another SF sanctioned brand we all know well...Rob, can you point me to the  shirt sizing info online? I can't seem to find it. Thanks!

Hey bud...I think the size 3 would work well as the boys suggested. Worst case, if you get it and it's too tight, happy to swap it for the next size up.

I'm really pleased with how well this offer has gone over. I'm confident once you guys get these in your hands you'll see just how special they are. No other American shirt makers do what we do. Single needle, ALL hand cut. Most of the other shirt makers are computer cut with a massive machine and double needle glued at the side seam. It saves a bunch of labor but just doesn't hold up as well to multiple cleanings. I also think the fabrics we have access to are simply sublime. Our pinpoint oxfords have been mistaken by those who know fabrics VERY well to have some silk in their composition (nope, all 100% English Cotton) and the heavier oxfords have a very similar "wet" hand. The Italian Denim was milled for Loro Piana, so no need for further elaboration on that.

Al in all, I think you guys will instantly fall in love once you get your hands on these.
post #2128 of 2317
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

Here's the size 3 Tony Polo:

Detail (Click to show)

Love, love, love this shirt. Wish I was able to get more! We have a new stripe on the way this winter that's also a Polo denim....it's another great one, with a few more pieces available than this. Grey on grey stripe.
post #2129 of 2317
I'm typically 36S in suit 15 neck 33 arm length in a slim fit shirt, so something like small to XS typically. Would I be YH1 or YH2 in the button down shirts?

edit: never mind, somehow the sizing thing is not popping up on cell phone, now I'm pretty sure I'm YH1 if not smaller
Edited by clee1982 - 9/25/16 at 8:55am
post #2130 of 2317
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post

I'm typically 36S in suit 15 neck 33 arm length in a slim fit shirt, so something like small to XS typically. Would I be YH1 or YH2 in the button down shirts?

edit: never mind, somehow the sizing thing is not popping up on cell phone, now I'm pretty sure I'm YH1 if not smaller

I think a YH 1 would work in terms of neck and arm, the body will still be slim, but not skinny....you'd be comfortable. If you prefer a size down, we can do a YH0 for you in most of the shirts.
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