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Originally Posted by koge99 View Post

How will you saw the pockets of the postal herringbone work shirt? If the pattern will be vertical,I'll buy it. I find odd the diagonal pattern you did on previous ones,I don't think it suits the low profile of the concept...

Good news! Cody just confirmed that the pocket fabric on the postal blue herringbone workshirt will be parallel to the rest of the shirt, not slanted like their other striped workshirts.

I hope this is a permanent change! I agree they will look 100% better with understated pockets.

B.
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Just got my olive duffle bag today! It is sweet and you can tell it is made from good materials at first glance. Very substantial. I like it.
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Originally Posted by joshgustin View Post

We're a few samples in on a wool CPO so that will probably be our first wool garment. Hoping to get it out in September. We also just found some crazy wool selvedge denim but the price is almost double anything we've ever used, including the 23oz stuff. Are you interested in a wool chino or more denim style pant?

Thanks for the quick reply! A wool selvedge would be amazing, but not if it's so cost prohibitive. I was actually thinking something in the chino style with a nice tweed or textured wool fabric. I would buy that immediately.
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@ispaceThat's great! I really hope it will be a permanent change, but in case it isn't, the description should specify it. I'm also glad I'm not the only one who didn't like the pockets... tongue.gif
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Josh - any plans for a waxed canvas rucksack/backpack or Type II denim jacket?
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Originally Posted by joshgustin View Post
 

We're a few samples in on a wool CPO so that will probably be our first wool garment. Hoping to get it out in September. We also just found some crazy wool selvedge denim but the price is almost double anything we've ever used, including the 23oz stuff. Are you interested in a wool chino or more denim style pant?

 

While the idea of wool jeans has a certain charm in the quirkyness, I'd wager chinos would be more versatile (/"conservative") option in terms of usefulness. Considering it's going to be more expensive than your usual products going for a novelty item might not be the best option?

 

Also, any reruns planned for the Hickory stripe workshirt?

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Originally Posted by Mercuryman76 View Post

Josh - any plans for a waxed canvas rucksack/backpack or Type II denim jacket?

Anything in type II shape would be cool.
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Mercuryman76 View Post

Josh - any plans for a waxed canvas rucksack/backpack or Type II denim jacket?

Working on a rucksack but still early. I want one of those pretty badly myself so that tends to help move it along :). Haven't done any Type II's yet. Just started on a blazer so that's likely the next up.

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Originally Posted by Muey View Post
 

 

While the idea of wool jeans has a certain charm in the quirkyness, I'd wager chinos would be more versatile (/"conservative") option in terms of usefulness. Considering it's going to be more expensive than your usual products going for a novelty item might not be the best option?

 

Also, any reruns planned for the Hickory stripe workshirt?

Trying to find more of that particular Hickory stripe. I found a few alternatives I like so those will probably make an appearance soon.

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Originally Posted by joshgustin View Post
 

Working on a rucksack but still early. I want one of those pretty badly myself so that tends to help move it along :). Haven't done any Type II's yet. Just started on a blazer so that's likely the next up.

:lurk:

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Looking for a 35 or 36 straight in the grey herringbone. Anyone have one they want to get rid of?
Edited by Hobbstc - 8/31/14 at 1:53pm
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WTS: XXL black canvas trucker. Brand new, never worn. $129. Pm me
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Gustin Chore Coat, green canvas. I'll try to put up better pictures later. It's really slim, great fabric, sleeves are a bit long but I would definitely recommend it.
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Originally Posted by joshgustin View Post
 

Working on a rucksack but still early. I want one of those pretty badly myself so that tends to help move it along :). Haven't done any Type II's yet. Just started on a blazer so that's likely the next up.

 

Sweet. Unconstructed? Please make it a more forgiving fit than ones like the Jcrew Ludlow so that bigger guys can actually wear it!

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Would love to see a pair of jeans with a buckleback or a chino made in that postal selvedge fabric currently used for the work shirt (Backed)

 

 

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Edited by Dirty Denim - 9/1/14 at 12:21pm
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