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post #1111 of 1124

You go to the 

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Originally Posted by bradp View Post
 

can you post a link?  even when I do that i can't see the ones for sale.

 

i went here http://www.kamakurashirts.net/shop/pages/vintageivyshirts2014.aspx

 

Click on that link, then select the "page" along the bottom featuring the shirt you want. You then click the plus sign over the shirt you want. That should take you to the item page.

post #1112 of 1124
damnit (missed out a shirt, must now try calling the NY store)

thanks!
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Question -  I haven't been to the site in a while - why is it so difficult to find the shop entrypoint for the Vintage Ivy collection?  Wanted to see about the tartan shirt...

 

ETA - NM, I got it - you have to scroll through the Vintage Ivy marketing campaign, and click through on the actual shirt (in the marketing campaign) you would like to shop for...

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So stupid
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Hi guys
I've had 2 shirts listed as being in Chicago since the 6th (shipped from Japan on the 4th). I called usps and they couldn't give me any info. They recommended I contact kamakura. They told me to contact usps.
Has anyone had their stuff hung up in customs for a week? I don't recall this happening with my first order.
Thanks!
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Originally Posted by dcjohnson View Post

Hi guys
I've had 2 shirts listed as being in Chicago since the 6th (shipped from Japan on the 4th). I called usps and they couldn't give me any info. They recommended I contact kamakura. They told me to contact usps.
Has anyone had their stuff hung up in customs for a week? I don't recall this happening with my first order.
Thanks!

I don't know what the deal with USPS is but the standard practice for Australia Postal Service is the sender (Kamakura) instigates an investigation if something is feared missing.
post #1117 of 1124

FYI, I stopped by yesterday, there were a few NYS 39-90 Blue OCBDs if anyone is interested.

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Originally Posted by jas0nt View Post

I don't know what the deal with USPS is but the standard practice for Australia Postal Service is the sender (Kamakura) instigates an investigation if something is feared missing.
Called usps. They said shirts are in customs. Has anyone else had customs take over 11 days on their orders before?
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why dont the ivy shirts come in XS???

post #1120 of 1124

^^ why don't they come in XXL you mean? I mean come on, the XL won't fit anyone over a 44.

post #1121 of 1124
There is a high likelihood that I'm going to Kamakura on Friday. They have the new Vintage Ivy shirts in stock at the store. I've already purchased one, and am going to return a second that I purchased.

The shirts are not in stock online. If anybody is interested in a proxy, PM me.
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So I bought a shirt in a Tokyo slim fit in a size 37-81. I think the fit is pretty much near spot on besides the high arm holes. Are there any other fits where the armholes aren't so high up yet still fits similarly to the Tokyo slim fit? Should I get a Tokyo Class or NY slim fit?
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Those that are in the US and ordering online, have you been hit with any duties?
Also, what is a similar cut to Brooks slim fit, would it be NY slim or NY classic fit?
post #1124 of 1124
I've ordered from the website twice. No duties or customs.
My only issue was my second order got hung up at usps for 2 weeks because of an address issue when I received the package there was a note inside from usps about it
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