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post #31 of 337
90% for a charcoal. Pockets are a bit odd, but very interesting design; I like! --Wade
post #32 of 337
You know you could just line it with the same fabric in the other colour and make it reversible. Then you have a nice colour blend on the inner part of the hood. This will probably jack up the price and make it horribly heavy. Just a thought...
post #33 of 337
Charcoal, patch pockets, metal buttons. Sold. Count me in.
post #34 of 337
charcoal, yes. I think it would be interesting with angled pockets
post #35 of 337
I'm in - charcoal, not sure about pockets though... diagonal almost seems to casual. Hell, I wouldn't mind not having any pockets at all.
post #36 of 337
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Originally Posted by Chadley View Post
Definite yes from me, although I'm still unsure as to which fabric.

I found a better monitor. Yes for me with the charcoal.
post #37 of 337
Charcoal for sure. A tan/off-brown would be cool as well. Put me down for one.
post #38 of 337
I'm not seeing the cardigan or vertical pockets. Pockets on hoodies should be handwarmers. It's awkward to warm your hands in vertical pockets.

I think traditional hoodie pockets would work (i.e. slanted patch pockets).

Big ostentatious buttons like those look ridiculously feminine. I'd prefer inconspicuous snaps -- more utilitarian, durable, and easier to do and undue with one hand.
post #39 of 337
Yes on either color.

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Originally Posted by ken View Post
I'm not seeing the cardigan or vertical pockets. Pockets on hoodies should be handwarmers. It's awkward to warm your hands in vertical pockets.

I think traditional hoodie pockets would work (i.e. slanted patch pockets).

+1, with the additional caveat that I'm not seeing the need for pockets at all. I think it would be better without them.

Another idea: can we add an extra button up at the beginning of the hood itself? Think the EG raglan hoodies, which can button up a little extra high, either to help protect your neck from the cold or to help with layering underneath a jacket with a stand-up collar.

On the buttons in general, I agree that I'm not a fan of large and conspicuous buttons. Smaller buttons, in maybe a slightly contrasting color? E.g. if the piece is in charcoal, the buttons could be a medium gray? I'd rather not a button color like black or brown, since that forces you to commit to layering the piece under a matching color of outerwear and limits versatility.
post #40 of 337
Yes on the charcoal, and yes to having no pockets.
post #41 of 337
i like the charcoal one with the pockets... pretty much how the first page pic looks like.

id be in for one proabably... id like to see some fit pics though first.
post #42 of 337
A charcoal size 34 and I'm sold, been trawling for a decent jacket/hoody in charcoal for a while now.
post #43 of 337
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Looking through the button catalog really quick and these popped out at me. I have to call to see what they all are made of. Number 1 looks metal, but not sure about the other ones. I was thinking jet might like the last option...
post #44 of 337
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Originally Posted by berlin report View Post
You know you could just line it with the same fabric in the other colour and make it reversible. Then you have a nice colour blend on the inner part of the hood. This will probably jack up the price and make it horribly heavy. Just a thought...

Yeah, that would make the price more like $250 and we would be afraid to run to layers of thick thermal through the serger
post #45 of 337
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Originally Posted by michaeljkrell View Post
pwn 2 looks like horn/plastic, 3 and 4 look like wood? Snaps don't sound like a bad idea, but they might have trouble with the fabric weight. You'd know better than I would, though.
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