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You should be able to wash it no issues. Might need re waxed/oiled but just make sure not to put it in a dryer you are fine.

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Originally Posted by DarkDestiny View Post

As handsome as it is, I want my dopp kitt lined. I'm not too keen putting toiletry stuff in sections that can't be easily cleaned out.

Yeah a waxed canvas dopp kit simply isn't functional. It would get gross very easily,
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Yeah a waxed canvas dopp kit simply isn't functional. It would get gross very easily,

Put your toiletries in a Ziploc bag, and then put them in. Or just keep them in a Ziploc bag and don't bother buying a wash bag at all. Which is what I do.
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@joshgustin do you guys have any plans to make a buckle back jeans with them cowboy pockets sometimes in the near future?

 

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I LOVE that new work shirt...but it's really too trim, with the chest measurements being smaller than my Brooks slim fit dress shirt. It's amazing to me that Gustin even came out with a "sllim fit" line...and of course, the shirt looks like it will be too short to tuck in. Please, Gustin, some shirts for people who aren't skinny 20-somethings?
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How are the armholes, DC? That's my worry. My chest flares out at the pits and a lot of RTW shirts are just too tight in the pits for me.

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Originally Posted by Ironist View Post

Not a lot of love for the Dopp kit?



I was excited and I haven't even gotten my duffle yet.
 

I have the same color duffle and would love to own the Dopp Kit but I think they're asking too much money for it. Not to mention, it was originally advertised at $44.00 and then went up to $50 when I refreshed it. No thanks.

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Originally Posted by GOOCHY View Post
 

I have the same color duffle and would love to own the Dopp Kit but I think they're asking too much money for it. Not to mention, it was originally advertised at $44.00 and then went up to $50 when I refreshed it. No thanks.

 

Might have just been the early offerings to duffle owners and once it went public it went up in price. Contact them they should play nice ;D

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How are the armholes, DC? That's my worry. My chest flares out at the pits and a lot of RTW shirts are just too tight in the pits for me.

I don't know. I don't actually have my hands on the GUSTIN shirt, I'm just comparing the numbers with my own shirts. I need to spend some more time measuring my shirts to pin down what I consider acceptable. But generally I use my BB slim fit dress shirts as a bench mark. I like the fit and prefer not to go slimmer. I also don't think a work shirt, by definition, should be tight fitting. It should be a bit less slim than a dress shirt.
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I feel like the chest reduction is a bit extreme. I wear the XS and everything fits well except the waist area. Seems like my best option is to just go regular fit and get some tailoring done.

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Originally Posted by ispace View Post

Finally, a comment on the new slim fit. The shoulder measurements appear the same as the classic fit, is this a typo? Also, is it correct that the slim fit will have less side scoop? If so, I'm glad I ordered classic fit as I like a high side scoop on workshirts.

Didn't see this answered, but I have the same question about the shoulders on the slim fit (and the drop from chest to waist, for that matter).

edit - curious about the sleeves as well. Will the slim fit have higher armholes/trimmer sleeves than the regular?
Edited by dcg - 8/25/14 at 6:12pm
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and the drop from chest to waist, for that matter

 

It appears the slim fit actually tapers less than the regular which strikes me as a bit odd

Are the people here who were looking for a slimmer fit looking for a reduction in the chest or a more tapered fit? (or both)

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@joshgustin

 

I'm really glad to see one of your "jeans" denim used in the workshirt. :)

 

If there's ever an indigo of that same weight (the heavier the better!), I'm definitely sold. Please tell me something like that's in the works.

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@dcg It's built for the more waify Parisians apparently.
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Black workshirt looks pretty boss. I think I gotta wait to see how the indigo one fits before I order another one, though.
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