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Hehe. That's the one I managed to get. biggrin.gif

what was it?
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Grey Oxford on its way!
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^^ I'd be anxious to know about the fit. Which burb of Glasgow?

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^^ I'd be anxious to know about the fit. Which burb of Glasgow?

Gartcosh, a wee village near Coatbridge. You know Glasgow?
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I have connections to both Ballieston and Paisley through the Stewart side of my family.

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I have connections to both Ballieston and Paisley through the Stewart side of my family.

My Mum just moved to Baillieston! biggrin.gif
Used to live with a Stewart, she was from Kilmarnock tho
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Do you get a notification when your order is shipped? Mine shows 'charged' status, it had August as the delivery timeframe.

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Do you get a notification when your order is shipped? Mine shows 'charged' status, it had August as the delivery timeframe.

I backed my broken weave denims back in May with a July shipping deadline and they left SF for Greater Toronto the last week of July. Chances are they ship the last week of the Month, for example I back some 13oz Japan Standards which I don't expect ship until the end of September which means I'll see them by Canadian Thanksgiving mid October. Hope this helps and Gustin denim is worth the wait.

Bill
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Hey gents, has anyone gotten a pair of the Rainbow Nep and the Super Heavy Slub? What do you guys think about those? Any pics of fits and details?

 

I'm interested in both pairs but have missed the opportunity. facepalm.gif

 

Hopefully they will bring them back soon.

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Just backed the slate and the belt. I sized up in the slims in hopes of accommodating my thunder thighs. If anyone here backed the first round, I'd love to see some fit pics when you get them in.
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The super slub uses the same material as the naked and famous super slub. I just got a look at it today at the Gustin office. It goes way overboard with slub. Wasn't my cup of tea I suppose.
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Grey Oxford on its way!

Are the oxfords still worth it if you need to get them taken in at the waist and the sleeves shortened?

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Originally Posted by mtl274 View Post

The super slub uses the same material as the naked and famous super slub. I just got a look at it today at the Gustin office. It goes way overboard with slub. Wasn't my cup of tea I suppose.


Were you referring to The Slub or The Super Heavy Slub? I wish I had jumped on the latter...

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Can anyone describe slub to me? It just seems as its described as "Rough" from what i read, is it like a patchwork pattern thats visible?
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Can anyone describe slub to me? It just seems as its described as "Rough" from what i read, is it like a patchwork pattern thats visible?
Slub is when the yarn is inconsistent and is different sizes throughout so when you touch it, there is an uneven texture with bumps throughout.
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