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My Japanese is a little rusty. Any cleaning advice you can provide me on the Niche loopwheel sweatshirt would be appreciated.

have you tried using Google translate mobile app - it does a remarkable job of translating (use the camera mode)

post #31412 of 36403
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Originally Posted by trafficjam View Post

I am also interested in the dish towel. Make it happen!
Would make make a sweet shirt. Either an open-throated polo or soft button-down cut like the F/W Leder shirts. Or a pullover sweatshirt.
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post #31413 of 36403
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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post

Formosa F/W
  • Either of these from Delfino Brugghiera




Tasty for sure
post #31414 of 36403
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Originally Posted by AJL View Post

Looks great, thank you. Is there some give in the fabric? I'm wary about the shoulders, and also across the back as mentioned by Fok. I'm a 38 in Formosa, but wondering if I'd need an XL in this.

thanks and yes the fabric gives which is why im optimistic that the slight tightness in the shoulders will stretch with time. i didnt notice anything across the back, just teh shoulders but i have a narrow upper body build
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Will there be any other minotaur this season? @coolron when we cleaning out the hunting jacket

post #31416 of 36403
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

Is that white and red dish towel material available for special orders?

 

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Originally Posted by trafficjam View Post

I am also interested in the dish towel. Make it happen!

 

You guys laugh but there was a reason the dish towel was there! From what I remember they were bought en masse at a random small flea market, and were used as lining or trim or something in a certain jacket, but we didn't pick that one up. 
 

 

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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post
 

@conceptual 4est what size would you suggest in the Leder pants (either the beige or the blue) for someone who fits comfortably into size 48 Rotas? Thanks

 

 

I would say a medium should work out well

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This looks really cool.

post #31418 of 36403
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Originally Posted by conceptual 4est View Post


You guys laugh but there was a reason the dish towel was there! From what I remember they were bought en masse at a random small flea market, and were used as lining or trim or something in a certain jacket, but we didn't pick that one up
Only half kidding. Looks like it would make a cool jacket lining.
post #31419 of 36403
I actually wanted a dish towel.shog[1].gif
post #31420 of 36403

@baltimoron There's only one left now :(


Edited by coolron - 3/23/16 at 9:39am
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Old Niche micro cord
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Greg @gdl203 or Kyle @conceptual 4est - are there any pants in the Eidos shipment you recently received along with your Field Jacket?
post #31423 of 36403
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post

Greg @gdl203 or Kyle @conceptual 4est - are there any pants in the Eidos shipment you recently received along with your Field Jacket?

 

Yes - four pants.  Two are part of a separates offering (matching jackets are supposed to also arrive) 

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This is going to sound insane, but is the new POW Formosa cut a little differently? I feel like the quarters look more closed in the photographs. Also, is the POW a precursor to the houndstooth and the seersucker? Or will those be coming later?
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First round of niche is up, with more to come later in the season. Really happy with how things turned out here, too.

 

 

It's had to explain with words, but these trousers have a really distinct hand to them that I guess comes from the way they're washed - it's a very dry, almost microfiber type feel. They're lightweight and easy wearing with a really long rise (or slightly dropped crotch if you prefer to wear them on your hips). 

 

 

Possibly underwhelming in pictures, this is a really nice cotton knit that is sort of waffle-y and indigo dyed, so I'm curious to see how they'll age.

 

 

So good I had to get one for myself. Maybe a little early in the season to wear it just yet, but these should go fast. Wear it open over a tee with the most comfortable pants or shorts you own.

 

 

This is the successor to the band collar oxford we had last year that sold out almost immediately, so if you missed out last year this is your chance.

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