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Any chance you'll be offering any women's designs anytime soon (fka BCDR)?
post #92 of 2335

between this and metal gear solid
today is a great day

post #93 of 2335

Falcon Garments OG designs?  :D

coats, CWU-45 update (personally), etc

 

Not that there was anything wrong with the old ones, but periodic updates would be cool.  I like that the full placket is back for the ribbed bombers.

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between this and metal gear solid
today is a great day


This is good... isn't it?

post #95 of 2335
Will you guys venture into acessories?

Still waiting on decently priced all leather weekender or duffel
post #96 of 2335
Congrats to Charly and Dan for getting this started up! I will be definitely checking in every now and then to see what you guys will be offering in the future.
I am curious to see what your offerings of suede will be in the future and which jackets it will be available on.
and BRING BACK THE FISHTAIL and that cracked pepper colorway please!
post #97 of 2335

In on this for sure.

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Looking forward to seeing the jackets in this thread. Good on you guys for finding a sustainable business model which is beneficial and transparent for everybody. I might even have to get one for myself.
post #99 of 2335
Will quilting be an option on the double rider variants or the moto?

I had a calf ToJ and I would love another MTM-variant.
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And I know you already posted the zipper pulls, but what about zipper options?  ie Excella, RiRi, etc?

Just YKK's smile.gif

I've never really loved how RiRi's slid. Never very smooth in my experience. For smaller accessories, they're fine but with a jacket, they're not the best especially when you're attempting to zip up with one hand. I'm sure there are RiRi's I haven't tried that slide more freely, but I haven't ran into them yet.
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Any chance of quilting on the M1 (moto) being an option in the future?

We'll be testing out quilting soon, so yes look out for it in the future.

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Blistered lamb?

Pretty, pretty please?

It's a longshot, but you never know.
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Any chance you'll be offering any women's designs anytime soon (fka BCDR)?

Already offering them wink.gif
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Originally Posted by krayzeez View Post

Will you guys venture into acessories?

Still waiting on decently priced all leather weekender or duffel

As time goes on, yes!
post #101 of 2335
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Will quilting be an option on the double rider variants or the moto?

:nodding: please

post #102 of 2335
would be down for suede harrington
post #103 of 2335
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I've never really loved how RiRi's slid. Never very smooth in my experience. For smaller accessories, they're fine but with a jacket, they're not the best especially when you're attempting to zip up with one hand. I'm sure there are RiRi's I haven't tried that slide more freely, but I haven't ran into them yet.

Agree except for one exception... RiRis on my SS12 Coppens jacket (they were never the same in later seasons - not very smooth as you said) are among some of the best zippers I've had (and am still having) the pleasure of using.
The Raccagni zips used on Yang Li's stuff (FW12, at least) takes the cake for "grail zipper" for me but let's not even go there...

On a more related note: good luck guys, hope to see some good stuff come out of this smile.gif
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Already offering them wink.gif
 

 

Hey Charly.  How does it work for women?  Is there a separate sizing chart for them or would they just have to go the MTM route?  

 

Also which models are offered for women?  I can't find that info anywhere.

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Originally Posted by SloppyJoes View Post

Hey Charly.  How does it work for women?  Is there a separate sizing chart for them or would they just have to go the MTM route?  

Also which models are offered for women?  I can't find that info anywhere.

Yep, they would have to go MTM route.

We can make any of the models really.
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