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post #8041 of 10346
I've been enjoying the American Antique jeans.
I'd like to see that in WorkShirt forum.
It is Unsanforized. But that may draw in more backers.
post #8042 of 10346
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Originally Posted by joshgustin View Post

If yes, point me in the direction of some fabric you'd like and I'll come back with options.
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

....the indigo waffle dobby that was just launched as a button-down....

Yes!

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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

All good options. Would also add some of those dead stock heavy weight flannels

Yes!
post #8043 of 10346

The CXL Brown Classic Boot looks like they would be a great value. Only at 90% though with about 18 hours left (at the time I posted).

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.weargustin.com/store/2817

 

Not much time left to back it, but at $199, hard to pass up.

 

CXL, calfskin lined, Vibram heel, and Goodyear welt construction.

 

They look great. Seems like a winner.

 

They're also making some nice looking leather sneakers now.

post #8044 of 10346
the newer style two pocket shirt with less pronounced scoops - in heavy weight flannels. Solids too
post #8045 of 10346
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Originally Posted by DigDug View Post

I've been enjoying the American Antique jeans.
I'd like to see that in WorkShirt forum.
It is Unsanforized. But that may draw in more backers.

 

Yikes, no thanks to the indigo bleed, and a pain to wash/size with any consistency.  I see what you're getting at, but its a bad idea for a shirt IMO.  

 

 

IMO Workshirts need to be heavy layering pieces.  They can be worn on their own of course, but I think they really shine with some weight and versatility.  A sturdy fabric lends better to the triple needle construction and overall look.  Just my take on it.  Was pretty bummed when my Cone 101 failed QC.  

post #8046 of 10346
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Originally Posted by NorthCoast View Post
 

I own and love the Indigo Jaquard and the Indigo selvedge stripe but I think they are too thin for a workshirt.

 

Very nice as button downs though.

Which indigo jacquard are you referring to? The Cone shirts released as button-downs or the indigo jacquard workshirt?

post #8047 of 10346
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Originally Posted by exophobe View Post
 

Which indigo jacquard are you referring to? The Cone shirts released as button-downs or the indigo jacquard workshirt?

 

 

This is the one I own which is apparently Japanese fabric.

 

#114 Japan Cotton, 3.5oz

 

https://www.weargustin.com/store/2012

post #8048 of 10346
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Originally Posted by NorthCoast View Post
 

 

 

This is the one I own which is apparently Japanese fabric.

 

#114 Japan Cotton, 3.5oz

 

https://www.weargustin.com/store/2012


I have it and I love it, but it is WAY too light for a workshirt. 

post #8049 of 10346
Well gents...My #190's didn't make it past day 3 of wear. Upon squatting down...the crotch seam had enough...

post #8050 of 10346
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Originally Posted by MrVenneri View Post

Well gents...My #190's didn't make it past day 3 of wear. Upon squatting down...the crotch seam had enough...


I hope your nutsack wasn't exposed to the world
post #8051 of 10346
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I hope your nutsack wasn't exposed to the world

 

Imagine an 18-wheeler's tire blowing out in the middle of tunnel at 70mph.

post #8052 of 10346
Wow crazy, but honestly that pant looked like skinny fit from get go even though it was straight fit.
post #8053 of 10346
Mr. "Everyday is legs day" Venneri
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Im the weakest one in our gym!
post #8055 of 10346

Not too weak to have someone take a picture of you squatting ;)

 

Seriously though - bummer about the jeans. That's a great fabric. 

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