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post #256 of 2811
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Is there going to be enough items produced to satisfy the market?  I know you're a relatively new brand, but I hope things don't sell out the first day.
They have stockist so I double they will sell out of everything the first day. I'm pretty sure there sales will be high on there website on launch day!
post #257 of 2811
what's sizing like on the uneck tees and hoodies? looks at least a size slim relative to TTS, hoodies look possibly even slimmer (20.5 PTP on the L riga hoodie is really slim for a L, more like a slim M)
post #258 of 2811
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what's sizing like on the uneck tees and hoodies? looks at least a size slim relative to TTS, hoodies look possibly even slimmer (20.5 PTP on the L riga hoodie is really slim for a L, more like a slim M)

 

I can attest for the U-Neck Tee.  I have the Gray, purchased in a size Medium.  I'm 5'8" 165-170 lbs, athletic build.  It is slim, but not too slim, fits me nicely.  The curved bottom hem is indeed long tho.    

 

I got my Coast Jean in size 31.  They fit a lil too snug so I'm returning for a size 32, which is my TTS.  I don't want to spend time trying to break them in and stretch them.  So for those going with washed denim, go true to size as has been suggested.  

 

I would like more opinions regarding the hoodies though.  I was probably just gonna purchase a medium when they release.

post #259 of 2811
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I can attest for the UNeck Tee.  I have the Gray, purchased a size Medium.  I'm 5'8" 165-170 lbs, athletic build.  It is slim, but not too slim, fits me nicely.  The curved bottom hem is indeed long tho.    

I got my Coast Jean in size 31.  They fit a lil too snug so I'm returning for a size 32, which is my TTS.  I don't want to spend time trying to break them in and stretch them.  So for those going with washed denim, go true to size as has been suggested.  

I would like more opinions regarding the hoodies though.  I was probably just gonna purchase a medium when they release.

M is your typical size in tees, and this fits slimmer or less slim than typical for you?
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M is your typical size in tees, and this fits slimmer or less slim than typical for you?

 


I suppose M is my typical size. I'm like a Smedium because I lift. The fit is a lil slimmer than a typical T, but still kinda drapey and lightly loose fitting if that helps at all. I must say, the quality of the shirt is amazing. It's super soft. I posted a few pages back a similar style shirt that Zara is selling, which is decent quality, nice cut, but can not even compare.
Edited by RetroFuture - 9/11/13 at 7:31am
post #261 of 2811

I like my jeans to sit a lil under my waist which makes my waist size around 36 inches.... however i like my jeans with a tight fit and if i order a pair of jeans with a waist of 34(with stretching) they will always turn out too baggy on the buttom and i like a skinny slim fit.... but with these jeans the measurements on the site seem to indicate that the waist is pretty big with a skinnier model on the thighs,knee,and leg opening..... is the measurements on the site legit? can anyone vouche for that?

btw i wear a size 32 in petit standard and my only problem with it is the waist... the rest of the measurements are perfect! 

post #262 of 2811
someone should post the fw13 collection here.. it's up on gq but gq mobile is shit..
post #263 of 2811

You have to size down like three on the raws.  I'm somewhere between a true 32 and 33 depending on the rise, and the 30 is still big in the waist.

post #264 of 2811
But the thighs will squeeze you... it's a dangerous game.
post #265 of 2811

Yeah I couldn't go down another size so I'm ok with these and a belt.  I have decently-sized thighs from squats and deadlifts.

post #266 of 2811
Join the rhet thread. What are your lift numbers? Mine are pitiful biggrin.gif
post #267 of 2811
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post #268 of 2811
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Giving a heads up here that we will be releasing the Villain & Riga styles of our terry sweatshirts in limited quantities today, probably within the next couple of hours. The Flash & Escobar will still come next week along with more quantities on Villain & Riga.

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post #269 of 2811
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Giving a heads up here that we will be releasing the Villain & Riga styles of our terry sweatshirts in limited quantities today, probably within the next couple of hours. The Flash & Escobar will still come next week along with more quantities on Villain & Riga.
will your stockists be getting these sweatshirts soon? not sure if I can make it in time for today's soft drop
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will your stockists be getting these sweatshirts soon? not sure if I can make it in time for today's soft drop

Yes, they will. We ship out to stockists Monday, so mid to end of next week I would expect them.

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