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Originally Posted by JohnElliottCo View Post


The Rider's Jacket is going to release in April. It is an incredible washed lamb with full RiRi details. We've already put the page up.

http://www.johnelliott.co/collections/outerwear/products/rider-s-jacket

We are holding the Blue Teddy for Fall, which means it will come out early July.

Mesh is indeed April. We held off on it because we have updated it from Nylon to 100% Japanese cotton mesh. It is a great product and worth the wait.


Word thanks a lot. I'll be waiting.

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I'm a Canadian resident and UPS has given me a hefty c.o.d fee that is about half the cost of a hooded villain, this didn't happen before the change in shipping company and increase in shipping costs. Wth man
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Do you guys currently produce or have plans to produce tees that are 32 inches or above in length?

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Originally Posted by ben10 View Post

I'm a Canadian resident and UPS has given me a hefty c.o.d fee that is about half the cost of a hooded villain, this didn't happen before the change in shipping company and increase in shipping costs. Wth man

We offer USPS Priority and UPS internationally. Unfortunately we have to declare the cost of the items. We do declare at unit cost versus retail cost in an effort to reduce duties & customs.

We cannot control what customs will charge into various destination countries. I'm very sorry you had to pay this fee.

The costs were raised because USPS First Class packages were going missing in transit internationally.
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Originally Posted by washedout View Post

Do you guys currently produce or have plans to produce tees that are 32 inches or above in length?

An XXL Curve U-Neck is 32"

However, we do not plan to lengthen any of our tees beyond this. You can view measurements for all our tees on our site.
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USPS priority ships to Canada as well? Because I want to exchange my hooded villain for a size smaller who do I email? And can it be shipped back with USPS not UPS.
Edited by ben10 - 3/26/14 at 7:28am
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any european stockists?
jakde 24 isnt stocking frown.gif
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Had a chance to check out everyone @ industrie denim.  I like the fabric on the silk tee the best.  

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my hooded villain just arrived. fits well, but I can't really afford any shrinkage. will I be okay if I just wash in cold and lay flat to dry?
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You will be fine. the villain will loosen up slightly after a few wears and after being washed and dried flat it will go back to its original shape.
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So the straight-hem u-neck tee isn't being produced anymore? Those are my favorite t-shirts :/

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Been out of the loop for a bit but is the new denim restock more slim fit (what I'm looking for). If so, how does the waist fit? The small in sweats fit me fine and generally wear a size 31-32 in slim fit jeans.
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What is the best way to get the wrinkles out of the shirts? It says don't iron. Help would be appreciated!

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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

So the straight-hem u-neck tee isn't being produced anymore? Those are my favorite t-shirts :/

That style was discontinued. Sorry about that!
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Originally Posted by Jbidwal View Post

Been out of the loop for a bit but is the new denim restock more slim fit (what I'm looking for). If so, how does the waist fit? The small in sweats fit me fine and generally wear a size 31-32 in slim fit jeans.

No, the first introduction of the slimmer fit will be the Graphite, this weekend or earlier next week.

If you are a 31-32, I would recommend a 29 in the current cut.

All of the raw denim currently has a vanity sizing that means the waist runs abut 2" larger than tagged, so I recommend sizing down 2 (or 3) sizes for raw, and 1 - 2 sizes for washed. The Graphite will be vanity sized as well, but it is more tapered from the knee, resulting in a slimmer fit, which we all love. I normally take a 29 in raw denim and take a 27 in the Graphite and Squall.

For FW14, we will be doing away with the vanity sizing, so a size 29 in the raw for instance should be around 30" at the waist laid flat, which is more typical and closer to true to size.

We will have detailed sizing up for the Graphite to help customers size.
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