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Originally Posted by piluchavez View Post

Digging that olive Mercer. Hopefully we see olive Villains and Escobars soon too...mwink[1].gif


there is an olive mercer? i thought it was just crew and u-neck. that'd be cool if true though.

 

I would like to see a close up shot of what the sand terry looks like before purchasing. can't wait for the lookbook

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I wear a small in the quilted Escobars and they fit perfect, what size should I cop for the F/W 14 Escobars? Also, what's the deal with the long sleeve mesh Rebel? Hungry for that shit.

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Originally Posted by kevinhaughey View Post

I wear a small in the quilted Escobars and they fit perfect, what size should I cop for the F/W 14 Escobars? Also, what's the deal with the long sleeve mesh Rebel? Hungry for that shit.

I would probably suggest a Medium, the new Small will definitely be more tapered and tighter overall.

The LS Rebel is coming at the end of the month.
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I believe this has been discussed in the past but I don't remember the answer: should I expect the Coast jeans to stretch out in the waist? I of course expect the raw selvedge denim to stretch a size or two, but not sure about the washed. The 16" waist of the size 29 sounds perfect for me, but I don't want it to stretch out and become too loose. 

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Tomorrow's drop at 9AM EST will be the largest of FW14 thus far. Included styles are:

Curve U-Neck & Classic Crew in Olive: This is the first colored tee we've introduced and is composed of the same fabric as the black & white tees.

Longsleeve Mercer Tees in Black, Grey, and White: Another new item, the first long sleeve tee we have sold. We are constantly improving our basics as demonstrated through the stitch details on the hem and neck.

Hooded Villain in Sand: New color way with complementing gold RiRi zippers.

Hooded Villain in Dark Grey: We are introducing our new custom-knit dark grey heather terry for FW14. This item has matte black RiRi zips.

Escobar Swears in Dark Grey Duo 2 & Dark Grey: Along with the new terry, these products and all Escobars moving forward will be in the original FW13 fit, or if you are familiar more recently the Midnight fit. This is a more tapered fit with a refined stitch detail through the outseam. Again, here we use matte black RiRi zips.

With regards to sizing the FW14 fit on the Escobars, we recommend, generally, going a size up from the SS14 sizing. However, if you were happy with your size but wanted a slimmer fit and more aggressive taper, we would suggest sticking to your old sizing.

Flash Dual Fullzip in Dark Grey: The newest edition to the Flash category.
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Cotton denim will always stretch out. At the end of the day, it is still composed of the same material, so I would suggest purchasing a snug waist to begin with. Raw denim will stretch more as it hasn't gone through the washing process, but it is literally the same denim on both jeans.
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Cotton denim will always stretch out. At the end of the day, it is still composed of the same material, so I would suggest purchasing a snug waist to begin with. Raw denim will stretch more as it hasn't gone through the washing process, but it is literally the same denim on both jeans.

Thank you, I appreciate the response. Have any of your Boston retailers such as Concepts or The Tannery been shipped the updated fit denim? I may need to try it on just to be sure.

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Is the white denim releasing for FW14 or for SS15?

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It will be fall^
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Anyone 6'5" or taller have any experience with the Escobars? I see there is no difference in length between the XL and XXL, but wanted to see how the 32.5 inseam has worked for some of the taller folks
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Anyone 6'5" or taller have any experience with the Escobars? I see there is no difference in length between the XL and XXL, but wanted to see how the 32.5 inseam has worked for some of the taller folks

We have a number of NBA players that wear them, you should be good. That inseam starts from a dropcrotch, so the length is a few inches greater than the same inseam would calculate to on your standard jean for example.

When you take the front rise (or drop crotch) into consideration it is more like a 35" inseam on an XXL Escobar.
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still on the fence on the sand villain, i need more pics. 

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Look book tmrw??
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How soon will the pitch black villain be sold out, is there a limited amount left? Also I wear a large in the mercer and classic crew will a large in the villain fit me well? My shoulder width is right at 20".

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@JohnElliottCo is the sand villain the same color as the upcoming dual zip hoodie?
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