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curious where do you guys usually look for these used kapital pieces.
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Yahoo auctions Japan or Rakuten
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Should I get one of these giant robe coats that use belt/pin closure or is this costumey? I've been thinking about it for a while, and figured it might go away if I slept on it for a few days. But keep coming back to it. I don't know. If it hits knee length I think it may look like I'm going too Jedi?







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Should I get one of these giant robe coats that use belt/pin closure or is this costumey? I've been thinking about it for a while, and figured it might go away if I slept on it for a few days. But keep coming back to it. I don't know. If it hits knee length I think it may look like I'm going too Jedi?

I say go for it. My guess is it will fall just above the knee, but it will look fine longer.
post #305 of 310
I haven't tried that specific coat, but I tried a long version of the Ring coat a while ago and thought it was nice. Think @ManofKent said he thought the long version was better anyway. I can kind of see that.
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Has someone already posted this? Kapital World movie, fully online.

https://vimeo.com/149834723
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Thanks for posting that. Skipped around and watched some of it, will definitely have to watch the thing in its entirety.

I had always wondered who did the design choices for it. It's not as apparent as like...Visvim, or even smaller cult Japanese brands like Nonnative or White Mountaineering. In fact, I think that video is the first time I really saw mention of Kiro Harata.
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Thanks for posting that. Skipped around and watched some of it, will definitely have to watch the thing in its entirety.

I had always wondered who did the design choices for it. It's not as apparent as like...Visvim, or even smaller cult Japanese brands like Nonnative or White Mountaineering. In fact, I think that video is the first time I really saw mention of Kiro Harata.

Kiro definitely seems to play a more private role than, say, Hiroki with Visvim. Dude looks super awesome though.

As I understand it, Kapital is put together by a father and son team. Kiro (Kazuhiro) is the son. Toshikiyo Harata is the father.
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Should I get one of these giant robe coats that use belt/pin closure or is this costumey? I've been thinking about it for a while, and figured it might go away if I slept on it for a few days. But keep coming back to it. I don't know. If it hits knee length I think it may look like I'm going too Jedi?

 

Nothing wrong with going Jedi-mode. I don't own any Kapital clothing, but that's one of my favorite fits from them.

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Hello gentlemen, does anyone know if they made this jacket in larger sizes? Have only seen XS's turning up on Y! and the like. :facepalm:

 

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