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post #31 of 59
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post
I bought some of their v-neck tees (a bundle of 3 for $99). Made in the USA and incredibly soft - very happy indeed.

I have 4 pairs of their Utility trousers (in Indigo, Earth and Navy) which I love and are incredibly durable - I wear the Navy and Indigo literally all the time.

Have a few of the Oxfords which are also incredible - very well made.

It's a shame but their FW'10 collection seemed a bit crap overall... the Utility Shirts in Navy, Charcoal and Khaki (which looked great) never seemed to materialize and instead of the Utility trouser the introduced the Service Pant. I bought a pair of these pants and hated the cut so I had to return. They just looked way to baggy, had a length of 36" (???) and were about 2"+ too large in the waist (so instead of a 36 I would have been a 33 or 34). Just seemed strange to release a trouser which was, although obviously made well, completely ill fitting.

Going to be interesting to see what happens in SS'11...

So all in all are their chinos cut a bit bigger? Been on the fence on a pir for a while, but wasn't sure about the cut.
post #32 of 59
I'm the same way - don't normally go for Chinos and don't own any from Apolis. I would also be interested in the fit and construction.
post #33 of 59
WTB Apolis Activism Nepal Cashmere Scarf, preferably in grey, but black might be acceptable.
willing to pay a good amount, must be in good enough condition, no stains, etc. PM me, thanks


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post #34 of 59
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Originally Posted by praxis View Post
WTB Apolis Activism Nepal Cashmere Scarf, preferably in grey, but black might be acceptable.
willing to pay a good amount, must be in good enough condition, no stains, etc. PM me, thanks


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Damn, I have one but it has breast milk all over it.
post #35 of 59
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Originally Posted by praxis View Post
WTB Apolis Activism Nepal Cashmere Scarf, preferably in grey, but black might be acceptable.
willing to pay a good amount, must be in good enough condition, no stains, etc. PM me, thanks


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I've got an Apolis cashmere sweater I've been trying to sell both here and on eBay. You could buy that, cut it up and then make several scarves...
post #36 of 59
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Originally Posted by Spencer View Post
Damn, I have one but it has breast milk all over it.

that might up the value for some.
not for me.
post #37 of 59
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Originally Posted by praxis View Post
that might up the value for some.
not for me.

Ehh to each their own.

FWIW, there was an Apolis free shipping email/coupon out today, contact them direct, they are very responsive and helpful over there.
post #38 of 59
ah yes. actually, I'm currently interning with Apolis, kind of how I discovered styleforum. and they don't have any more scarves in existence (sigh). indeed, they are some great gents.
post #39 of 59
by any chance can you still find the filson x AA bag anywhere? would appreciate some direction if available!
post #40 of 59
it's available on the website
http://store.apolisglobal.com/event/...-bc374d15f79e/

i'm actually also in the market for a used bag
post #41 of 59
thanks! didn't even bother checking main site
post #42 of 59
I see on the Apolis website that they are going to release some Selvedge denim... I did like the look of the Standard Issue Field Jacket in "Army" but not sure I'd pay $286 for it. Not sure I like the look of the polo shirts - they look a touch ill fitting. Interested to see what else they're going to do this spring/summer though.
post #43 of 59
I really like this bag http://store.apolisglobal.com/event/...D3afd2ba342b8/ I own a few Billykirk, but I find this bag more appealing. I do wish it had a shoulder strap, and the technical specifications really should have the dimensions.
post #44 of 59
Colorway aside, it's virtually a dead ringer for Billykirk's medium or large carryall. The price is a bit less, but I'd rather give my money to legit guys.
post #45 of 59
I own a number of Billykirk items, but I wouldn't say they were more "legit". Apolis has some pretty unique values, which are a very strong part of the brand. If you are saying Billykirk is more legitimate based on the bag styling, I would offer that the "mason" bag design has a pedigree much older than either manufacturer, and it is much more a matter of personal preference for a particular interpretation than someone jacking someone else's style.
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