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post #18346 of 19898
My new unfunded liabilities
post #18347 of 19898
Is that a roll buy ?!?!?! ffffuuuu.gif

I am assuming this is in HK, you guys really have strong buying power....understandable with GBP shog[1].gif
post #18348 of 19898
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Originally Posted by hippotamus View Post

Is that a roll buy ?!?!?! ffffuuuu.gif

I am assuming this is in HK, you guys really have strong buying power....understandable with GBP shog[1].gif

Yup, that is a 100m roll! bigstar[1].gif
post #18349 of 19898

You must be kidding me ! :censored:

 

I can see it is from Fox, flannel maybe ? That's still like 30 suits length :rotflmao:

 

I once heard roll length for Fox is good price :fistbump: keep that going Hong Kong 

post #18350 of 19898
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Originally Posted by hippotamus View Post

You must be kidding me ! censored.gif

I can see it is from Fox, flannel maybe ? That's still like 30 suits length rotflmao.gif

I once heard roll length for Fox is good price fistbump.gif  keep that going Hong Kong 

That is Khakee, that mean 60+ chinos
I got all the subscriptors in 24 hours time.
And it just take two days for the roll reach HKG.
post #18351 of 19898
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Originally Posted by Fishball View Post

That is Khakee, that mean 60+ chinos
I got all the subscriptors in 24 hours time.
And it just take two days for the roll reach HKG.

Nice, which Khakee is it? I have just received two pairs of bespoke pants in Fox' standard colours (cream and blue) and was wondering if anyone would be interested in doing, say, tan/tobacco or burned olive as a custom run? I think Fox' quality is very different to other the offerings on the market (Harrison's, W. Bill etc.)...
post #18352 of 19898
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Originally Posted by S K M View Post

Nice, which Khakee is it? I have just received two pairs of bespoke pants in Fox' standard colours (cream and blue) and was wondering if anyone would be interested in doing, say, tan/tobacco or burned olive as a custom run? I think Fox' quality is very different to other the offerings on the market (Harrison's, W. Bill etc.)...

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post #18353 of 19898
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Originally Posted by S K M View Post


Nice, which Khakee is it? I have just received two pairs of bespoke pants in Fox' standard colours (cream and blue) and was wondering if anyone would be interested in doing, say, tan/tobacco or burned olive as a custom run? I think Fox' quality is very different to other the offerings on the market (Harrison's, W. Bill etc.)...

 

Burned olive sounds hawt

I have now handled the Khakee and I see it has a slightly unusual handle and properties, but I'm struggling to see how supposedly amazing it could become once made up.

post #18354 of 19898

What's exactly the difference from Fox's cotton and let's say Brisbane Moss?

post #18355 of 19898
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Originally Posted by aristoi bcn View Post

What's exactly the difference from Fox's cotton and let's say Brisbane Moss?

To be fair I haven't handled Brisbane Moss (they don't sell to private individuals and I haven't been able to find an online distributor yet) but compared to Harrison's and W. Bill it's very different. It has a more pronounced twill weave than both, and it's soft yet very sturdy. They claim it's 200 gr./m, but if that is really true it must be pr. m2 since it appears quite heavy. In short it's anything I'd want from a chino fabric, which is also why I'm sad there are not more colours. I have snapped a few photos trying to catch the texture.


post #18356 of 19898
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Originally Posted by S K M View Post


To be fair I haven't handled Brisbane Moss (they don't sell to private individuals and I haven't been able to find an online distributor yet) but compared to Harrison's and W. Bill it's very different. It has a more pronounced twill weave than both, and it's soft yet very sturdy. They claim it's 200 gr./m, but if that is really true it must be pr. m2 since it appears quite heavy. In short it's anything I'd want from a chino fabric, which is also why I'm sad there are not more colours. I have snapped a few photos trying to catch the texture.


 

Thanks for posting pictures S K M, these trousers look very fine (Neapolitan?). I have contacted Brisbane Moss in order to get some samples. Still awaiting an answer though. They have the widest range of cottons I've seen, not only twills but also canvas and panamas. @marcodalondra had made up some trousers from Brisbane Moss, maybe he knows how to order directly...

post #18357 of 19898
Cool, let's hear wat he says. And yes, trousers are Neapolitan bigstar[1].gif
post #18358 of 19898
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Originally Posted by agjiffy View Post


You're right. Apologies. I will edit the original.

:cheers:

post #18359 of 19898

Stealth agjiffy humor.

post #18360 of 19898

Don't know if these were posted here, but thought may be of interest to some.

 

Minnis Flannels:

 


 

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