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Jorts please

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Pretty cool items but maannn these prices are killing me. How high are they gonna go.
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I know the whole avoiding shoulder bumps topic by just simply folding or if hanging up do that fold over thing but i got a question about right after you wash. So obviously washing on delicate but then you need it to dry and folding it over the hanger doesnt exactly do that directly after a wash so how do yall dry em right after the wash (before you fold them up) to avoid the shoulder bumps. Im sure it applies for all terry tops but if it makes any difference im talking about the kake.
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Originally Posted by Cg23 View Post

I know the whole avoiding shoulder bumps topic by just simply folding or if hanging up do that fold over thing but i got a question about right after you wash. So obviously washing on delicate but then you need it to dry and folding it over the hanger doesnt exactly do that directly after a wash so how do yall dry em right after the wash (before you fold them up) to avoid the shoulder bumps. Im sure it applies for all terry tops but if it makes any difference im talking about the kake.

I stopped caring about the bumps but just lay it flat on a towel after you wash. Flatten out the wrinkles. Steam it after it dries
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Originally Posted by Cg23 View Post

I know the whole avoiding shoulder bumps topic by just simply folding or if hanging up do that fold over thing but i got a question about right after you wash. So obviously washing on delicate but then you need it to dry and folding it over the hanger doesnt exactly do that directly after a wash so how do yall dry em right after the wash (before you fold them up) to avoid the shoulder bumps. Im sure it applies for all terry tops but if it makes any difference im talking about the kake.

Invest in a clothes drying rack. Wooden ones are best in my experience, but you can get them pretty cheap compared to what we spend on clothes.
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Selling a brand new with tags size 2/medium grey pigtail mercer sweater, for retail + tax and ship to you, hit me up via pm would much rather it go to one of you guys who couldn't snag one on release. thanks!

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Any remote chance for a restock of the raw stretch selvedge denim?  I missed out on the Graphite in a 34.

 

Also, comparing my stretch canyons to the zincs, I would absolutely prefer the cut and feel of the raw stretch selvedge jeans in the future.  Just my opinion.

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Yeah didn't want to bring it up until others did
And since we have....

What is the purpose of the cape tee?
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Yeah didn't want to bring it up until others did
And since we have....

What is the purpose of the cape tee?

Purpose? It's a t-shirt.  I'm guessing it is not intended for layering specifically but rather as a unique standalone shirt - since it already gives off that dual layer look which many people go for when layering their tees.

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140$ for the nylon panel is brazy brazy
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Anyone know where you can get a size small paneled flight jacket in black?
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Originally Posted by johnelliottfan View Post

Purpose? It's a t-shirt.  I'm guessing it is not intended for layering specifically but rather as a unique standalone shirt - since it already gives off that dual layer look which many people go for when layering their tees.

😂 thanks
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Hey guys so sorry for not searching but there have been a ton of posts.  I am thinking of giving my Clay Oversize Hoodie a wash for the first time.  I was going to put it in with either some nice black Lulu pants I have (just those two items).  Has anyone washed theirs yet?  Do they bleed onto other clothing?  Do I need to wash it alone?  Many thanks 

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Originally Posted by DonHeebenhof View Post
 

Hey guys so sorry for not searching but there have been a ton of posts.  I am thinking of giving my Clay Oversize Hoodie a wash for the first time.  I was going to put it in with either some nice black Lulu pants I have (just those two items).  Has anyone washed theirs yet?  Do they bleed onto other clothing?  Do I need to wash it alone?  Many thanks 

Are you really asking a question about violating the most rudimentary rule in clothes washing? Whites/light colors go in one wash. Colors/blacks in another (consider even separating blacks from certain colors). 

 

Yikes.

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Originally Posted by CH03 View Post
 

Are you really asking a question about violating the most rudimentary rule in clothes washing? Whites/light colors go in one wash. Colors/blacks in another (consider even separating blacks from certain colors). 

 

Yikes.

No need for shade, a simple answer to the question would be nice.  Obviously I understand how to do laundry, this is not a normal wash for me.  I just have two nice, soft items that I lay to dry, and was wondering if I could knock them out in the same wash since I have to pay $2 a wash in quarters.

 

So I ask again,  How much did the Clay color bleed if any for you guys?

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