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Nooo frown.gif silver zips on slate and black zips on the grey. Would have much preferred the opposite. Silver on grey and matte black on slate. Pass for me now frown.gif
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Can JE verify a black half zip release, or is slate Gonna be the half zips "black"?
post #21258 of 25528
Got my maroon flannel in, it's probably the best fitting JE dress shirt I've gotten. Much improved from previous shirts and the sizing is TTS. The collar is also a very slim, nice shape. Wish they were buttoned down or tacked down though(but that's my personal preference, I'm sure others won't mind this). Might do it myself.
The material is rougher than I expected, especially because JE cares so much about fabrics and makes custom fabrics. The buttons are complete garbage, cheap plastic feeling. Never thought I'd care about buttons so much. My military shirt has nice buttons, the other dress shirts I have from JE have snap buttons so the military shirt is the only one I can compare. Overall it's a great looking piece and I'm going to keep it, just wish the quality was better for the price.






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Silver zips on the Slate ruin it for me unfortunately. Let's hope for Oak with black zips.
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Originally Posted by jstrath406 View Post

Silver zips on the Slate ruin it for me unfortunately. Let's hope for Oak with black zips.
No kidding... Would have much better flow doing matte black on the slate and silver on the grey. Anyone think a zipper swap on the two would be difficult? or easy? Would be taking it to a professional and not doing it myself lol
post #21261 of 25528
I like the silver zips. And oak would be tight with silver zips. Would be cool if The site gave you the option to customize...picking silver or black zips
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Are they still using the matte black zips on their newer items?

I'm sick of them, all of my JE pieces with them are chipped or worn and are now half bronze colored

post #21263 of 25528
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Originally Posted by Mackp12 View Post


No kidding... Would have much better flow doing matte black on the slate and silver on the grey. Anyone think a zipper swap on the two would be difficult? or easy? Would be taking it to a professional and not doing it myself lol

Easy? yes for a professional.  Worth it? probably not.

post #21264 of 25528
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Originally Posted by Bimmer93 View Post

Easy? yes for a professional.  Worth it? probably not.
I have a hook up through my parents work so it would be free. Thanks mang!
post #21265 of 25528
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Originally Posted by perkyscalling View Post

Educate yourself lol - http://www.complex.com/style/2015/07/john-elliott-villain-hoodie-inspired-by-nfl-highlight
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Taylor destroyed [49ers quarterback Joe Montata]," Elliott tells GQ.

Gotta keep them tata's warm somehow.
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post #21267 of 25528

JE releasing too many hoodies, instead they should ramp up on stuff that are out of stock like flannel and nero.

post #21268 of 25528
Any photos of the Oak hoodies out in the daylight yet? Trying to decide between that and Alpine but don't always trust the studio lighting and editing, every website looks different
post #21269 of 25528

How has there been no word on the GQ Gap BNMDA collection, and no preview?

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Originally Posted by DrinkOrDie View Post

JE releasing too many hoodies, instead they should ramp up on stuff that are out of stock like flannel and nero.

agreed
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