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I loved the quilted back villain crews! But the boat neck is a deal breaker for me.
post #4502 of 25335
Any of the SoCal people that got their stuff have any thoughts on the pieces?
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Originally Posted by Jbidwal View Post

Any of the SoCal people that got their stuff have any thoughts on the pieces?

 

By itself it's really long.  I'm 5'10 - 140 lbs.

 

Charcoal Extended Mercer L/S is Size Medium.

Black Hooded Villain is Size Large.

Midnight Escobar Sweatpants Size Small.

 

 

 

 

Layer'd

 

 

post #4504 of 25335
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Originally Posted by DrinkOrDie View Post

By itself it's really long.  I'm 5'10 - 140 lbs.

Charcoal Extended Mercer L/S is Size Medium.
Black Hooded Villain is Size Large.
Midnight Escobar Sweatpants Size Small.







Thanks! Yea by itself it's too long. Will be worse on me. Looks good layered. Im going to layer it only too.


Layer'd





post #4505 of 25335
Long sleeves and layering.. It's too hot to be doing all that!
post #4506 of 25335
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Originally Posted by DrinkOrDie View Post
 

 

By itself it's really long.  I'm 5'10 - 140 lbs.

 

Charcoal Extended Mercer L/S is Size Medium.

Black Hooded Villain is Size Large.

Midnight Escobar Sweatpants Size Small.

 

 

 

 

Layer'd

 

 


How are the pockets on the Escobar sweatpants? I've been wanting a pair, but I hope the pockets are deep enough.

 

By the way, I was only kidding when I said you were kissing up to JE. It's all good. I understand the appeal, as I am myself a fan of this company and its clothing.

post #4507 of 25335
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How are the pockets on the Escobar sweatpants? I've been wanting a pair, but I hope the pockets are deep enough.

 

By the way, I was only kidding when I said you were kissing up to JE. It's all good. I understand the appeal, as I am myself a fan of this company and its clothing.

 

lol all good. The pockets aren't as deep as normal pants I would say. I can see stuff falling out of it easily.

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lol all good. The pockets aren't as deep as normal pants I would say. I can see stuff falling out of it easily.

That's unfortunate. I hope JE changes this in the future, but I'm not sure if they would since I don't think it's a common topic of discussion. Maybe I'll use the hidden kangaroo pocket of my JE sweatshirt to keep my phone in instead and the sweatpants' pockets for my wallet and keys.

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Originally Posted by tokyocean View Post
 

That's unfortunate. I hope JE changes this in the future, but I'm not sure if they would since I don't think it's a common topic of discussion. Maybe I'll use the hidden kangaroo pocket of my JE sweatshirt to keep my phone in instead and the sweatpants' pockets for my wallet and keys.


The alma sweatpants have zippers for both the front pockets but they are a little more pricier than the Escobars.

post #4510 of 25335
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Originally Posted by DrinkOrDie View Post
 


The alma sweatpants have zippers for both the front pockets but they are a little more pricier than the Escobars.


I've considered the Alma sweatpants, but I prefer the overall look of the Escobar ones. The price for the Alma sweatpants is too steep in my opinion. The pockets of the Escobar sweatpants are nylon, correct?

post #4511 of 25335
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Originally Posted by GTFan712 View Post
 

Very close to snagging a Sand Villain from Need Supply.

if only they had size L

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Originally Posted by tokyocean View Post
 


I've considered the Alma sweatpants, but I prefer the overall look of the Escobar ones. The price for the Alma sweatpants is too steep in my opinion. The pockets of the Escobar sweatpants are nylon, correct?

 

Nope, cotton.

post #4513 of 25335
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Originally Posted by Cg23 View Post

What's the difference in the villain crewnecks? Ive seen various prices for the black in particular ranging from 160-185 and i was just curious what if any adjustments or updates had been made to them? I remember a long while back people had mentioned some had "boatneck" problems but never really knew if that was just some or if the neck was something JE cleaned up a bit in the newer released models if they do in fact differ.

Are there still boatneck models available out there? I don't see boatnecks as a problem; I see them as the solution to a problem. The problem of necks being too tight.
post #4514 of 25335
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Are there still boatneck models available out there? I don't see boatnecks as a problem; I see them as the solution to a problem. The problem of necks being too tight.

 

if the boatnecks are the quilted ones then i know that revolve still has them in gray and black

http://www.revolveclothing.com/john-elliott-co-quilted-villain-crew-in-grey/dp/JELL-MO8/?d=Mens

http://www.revolveclothing.com/john-elliott-co-quilted-villian-crew-in-black/dp/JELL-MO9/?d=Mens

post #4515 of 25335
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Are there still boatneck models available out there? I don't see boatnecks as a problem; I see them as the solution to a problem. The problem of necks being too tight.

I guess it is just personal pref. my view is you can always stretch a crew out a lil if it is really that tight or honestly wearing it over time it will give and stretch naturally but if it is already a boatneck then there isnt much you can do, but again i think it is just personal preference. I just really prefer the crewneck, so if you find any older models in the $160 range the neck should be a tad loser for ya.
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