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post #8476 of 10356

I was trying to do some research on the new Cone Salt and Pepper workshirt and came across this site:

 

pacificbluedenims.com

 

It would appear to be a place in LA that happens to sell a lot of the fabrics used by Gustin. I thought this was interesting as I always figured Gustin worked directly with the mills to obtain the material, but it would make more sense that there would be an intermediary involved in the process. This would also obviously explain the picture of the matching shirts posted above! Additionally it explains why on new items such as the workshirt they only post a small sample of the fabric and typically don't have a shirt made up in advance, they only need to post a picture of the free sample.

 

Just thought some people here might enjoy the above link, certainly seems to add some transparency to the process for myself.

 

Back on topic, I think that Salt and Pepper workshirt could look deadly, but I am having a hard time visualizing exactly what a made up shirt would look like. 

post #8477 of 10356

^ Good looks. Fabric looks interesting for sure.

 

post #8478 of 10356

nice find @AdRock and I'm curious if that is the case, or if Gustin has access to the same fabrics 

 

I'd love these as button downs (under "wool/tweed"):

 

 

lightweight would make a great spring/summer option:

post #8479 of 10356
Id rock the last 3. Hella good
post #8480 of 10356
Good taste JR Magat
post #8481 of 10356

Hey,

I got a paranoid last minute fit question about gustin, my order will soon be locked in and i'm not super sure about the size.

I wear Jomers wools in 31, 31 for their summer chinos , 32 for their winter heavyweight chinos.

30 for APC Petit Standard jeans. 31 for the old uniqlo selvedge that has no stretch in it.

5'11 Height, 165lbs weight.

 

I took a slim 32 from gustin aiming for a snug but wearable initial fit, accounting for the stretching.

 

Does it seem okay to you guys?

post #8482 of 10356
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Originally Posted by JR Magat View Post

nice find @AdRock
 



At the risk of looking clownish, I would love to see this in a chino. Would make a killer FU casual pair of pants with some shell boots, or combats.
post #8483 of 10356
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Originally Posted by JR Magat View Post

 

I'd love these as button downs (under "wool/tweed"):

Sign me up for the purple/magenta - grey fabric, and the san juan blue.   All day. 

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Originally Posted by After View Post
 

Hey,

I got a paranoid last minute fit question about gustin, my order will soon be locked in and i'm not super sure about the size.

I wear Jomers wools in 31, 31 for their summer chinos , 32 for their winter heavyweight chinos.

30 for APC Petit Standard jeans. 31 for the old uniqlo selvedge that has no stretch in it.

5'11 Height, 165lbs weight.

 

I took a slim 32 from gustin aiming for a snug but wearable initial fit, accounting for the stretching.

 

Does it seem okay to you guys?

Going off the limited info you provided, it sounds like you chose the correct size.  However, there really is no substitution for referencing Gustin's fit guide and using the step by step directions they have.  I promise you it works great.  Take the time to do it. 

post #8484 of 10356
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At the risk of looking clownish, I would love to see this in a chino. Would make a killer FU casual pair of pants with some shell boots, or combats.


That has some major willy wonka potential though as a pant.  You'd have to demand a full product makeup from Gustin before backing to see what you are really getting into. 

post #8485 of 10356
Reminds me of a patchwork, I think it's doable but it won't happen.
post #8486 of 10356

Anyone have experience with the flannel-lined truckers care to comment on the overall weight?  The oxblood one keeps catching my eye, but am more interested in a light jacket (upper 40s to 60s type temperatures).

post #8487 of 10356
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Originally Posted by crossfi73 View Post
 

Anyone have experience with the flannel-lined truckers care to comment on the overall weight?  The oxblood one keeps catching my eye, but am more interested in a light jacket (upper 40s to 60s type temperatures).

just get the unlined one the next time it comes through if youre worried about it being too warm

post #8488 of 10356
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just get the unlined one the next time it comes through if youre worried about it being too warm


I looked through the history and did not see an oxblood trucker ever being run unlined - not to say they wouldn't run one in the future.  I like the contrasting appearance of the lining, but was just curious if anyone had some experience with the warmth.

post #8489 of 10356
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Originally Posted by crossfi73 View Post
 

Anyone have experience with the flannel-lined truckers care to comment on the overall weight?  The oxblood one keeps catching my eye, but am more interested in a light jacket (upper 40s to 60s type temperatures).

Up to the low 60s you'll be fine with a tshirt on.

If you're in the direct sun it may be a little warm.

post #8490 of 10356

ey guys 

 

i was looking at the midnight nep jeans and thought about getting it in slim but my friend just informed me that its kind of baggy. when he bought his pair of gustin jeans, he went 2 sizes up and got the skinny.

 

can anyone provide some insight regarding slim vs skinny?

i know they have measurements on the site btw.

 

thanks!

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