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Originally Posted by jthom931 View Post

For those that have the kake, what do you like about it so much? 

I like the neck the most. The side panel I can do without though.

On a side note, if you have the themal tank and find it too long, wash and dry on high heat. Mine shrunk down to the normal size. Obviously do it at your own risk.
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Originally Posted by Jbidwal View Post


I like the neck the most. The side panel I can do without though.

On a side note, if you have the themal tank and find it too long, wash and dry on high heat. Mine shrunk down to the normal size. Obviously do it at your own risk.

Agreed on the neck, the standing collar and oversized triangle rib are the best part for me. I personally love the side panel detailing as well though. Thought the cropped length wouldn't be for me at first, but ended up loving that about the Kake. The fabric weight works perfectly with the silhouette as well in my opinion. And on top of it all, the oversizedness makes it cozy AF

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Originally Posted by gerg99 View Post
 

Agreed on the neck, the standing collar and oversized triangle rib are the best part for me. I personally love the side panel detailing as well though. Thought the cropped length wouldn't be for me at first, but ended up loving that about the Kake. The fabric weight works perfectly with the silhouette as well in my opinion. And on top of it all, the oversizedness makes it cozy AF

 

How "heavy" would you say the hoodie is? more or less than the villains?

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How "heavy" would you say the hoodie is? more or less than the villains?

Same terry so same weight
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Can anyone speak on the quality of the riders jacket?
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Can anyone speak on the quality of the riders jacket?

Riders jacket quality is top notch.  Super soft, supple leather with a great cut and fit.  I'm a big SLP guy, but have to say, the JE Rider is an awesome option at a bit more reasonable price point.

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Can anyone speak on the quality of the riders jacket?

My fav je piece. It's top quality. Love the fit
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Originally Posted by CandH23 View Post

Can anyone speak on the quality of the riders jacket?

Easily my favorite JE piece I have. I have the one with black hardware so it looks pretty minimal and clean. Fit is awesome.
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Nice. Thanks for the feedback everyone! Awesome reviews. I need it to last for years haha.

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Just got the pigtail mercer, it's my new favorite. Could not be happier with this.
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I think they will be in Barneys and Saks as well

But only JE can confirm that

wish they wouldn't. too mainstream..

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pigtail mercer xxl for anyone curious about fit

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pigtail mercer xxl for anyone curious about fit

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For all the trash you talk about others being annoying in this thread, this pic has such shitty lighting and is marginally helpful at best.

Anyways, just got my ls curve tee in oak and I must say that oak is really one of the best JE colors out.
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Should I size up? They feel a bit tight around the thigh and man region but the stretch definitely helps.

They are a size 32 btw. Was initially thinking about sizing up to a 33 but its the same measurements outside of the waist so maybe a 34.
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Should I size up? They feel a bit tight but the stretch definitely helps.

They are a size 32.
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Doesn't look too bad but the thighs look tight compared to below the knee. You may be able to size up one but they will loosen up a bit on their own
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