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post #466 of 645
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Originally Posted by bawlin View Post

Which raises a good question - what did everything think was the best items this season? Personally, I am super happy with my varsity, fishtail, and cotton wool denim pants.

edit: Regarding the cowichan, I would probably pick it up for $150 - $200 but not much more than that. I don't find the fit to be particularly flattering to be honest (but that's just my opinion).

do you have the tartan varsity? I'm still thinking about whether or not to cop
post #467 of 645
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Yes I do. I didn't have the patience to wait for it to hit 50% off (I think I got it for like 35 or 40% off) and I still considered it to be a great buy. I'm in between sizes (M and L) but I went with an M for a more slim, cropped look, and it fits perfectly. W+H did a great job with it icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #468 of 645

I don't always want to buy a clothe because it is sold cheaper. I assume that it gives us an opportunity to try something new sometimes though, 150 is still not reasonable at all for someone who doesn't often spend that much. I'd like to have a reason to buy in terms of quality. What I'm looking for here is an answer from experiences. Is anyone here who owns these sweaters? Thank you. 

post #469 of 645
If $150 is unreasonable for a hand-knit, made-in-Canada cowichan than I suggest you go back to shopping at H&M.
post #470 of 645

I'll knit you a sweater for like $130. It'll be awesome.

post #471 of 645
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Originally Posted by bawlin View Post

If $150 is unreasonable for a hand-knit, made-in-Canada cowichan than I suggest you go back to shopping at H&M.

That is so true. Knitting a sweater is really time-consuming & expensive(yarn) to do, actually. Now, I feeling buying that sweater a lot. Thanks. 

post #472 of 645
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Originally Posted by pasteurisation View Post
 

That is so true. Knitting a sweater is really time-consuming & expensive(yarn) to do, actually. Now, I feeling buying that sweater a lot. Thanks. 

so where did u find such a steal?

post #473 of 645
I own one of their cowhichan sweaters from a couple of seasons and it's nice indeed.

Now where to cop for 150?
post #474 of 645

Sorry. That deal is not open to public. 

post #475 of 645

Yeah, I'm very happy with my fishtail, cowichan vest, slub hoody.

post #476 of 645
anyone seen the vintage fleece zip hoodie in gray size medium available anywhere?
post #477 of 645
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Originally Posted by nowiremember View Post

anyone seen the vintage fleece zip hoodie in gray size medium available anywhere?

full price, tho: http://www.singer22.com/man/wings-and-horns/vintage-fleece-full-zip-hooded-sweatshirt.html?sku=wi-3096-grey-melange

post #478 of 645

Hey guys, I was looking at the west point tweed chino pants, and wanted to get some sizing advice. If Im a size 30 in APC petit standards, what size would you recommend for the tweed west points. Also, how much could I expect these to stretch with wear? Thanks for your help!

post #479 of 645

Anyone have the oxblood/black colorblock shirt?
 

post #480 of 645
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Originally Posted by ajain05 View Post
 

Hey guys, I was looking at the west point tweed chino pants, and wanted to get some sizing advice. If Im a size 30 in APC petit standards, what size would you recommend for the tweed west points. Also, how much could I expect these to stretch with wear? Thanks for your help!

 

I dunno about all that, but size down 1. Do you wear anything other than raw denim? I don't have a fucking clue about APC but trying to compare something that shrinks and stretches and is sized weird to begin with to a pair of tweed chino's is just confusing.

Put it this way, I wear a 34 90% of a time and got a 34 in the tweed westpoints, I should have gotten a 33.

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