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post #6076 of 10650
Single width, original weight was around 16 oz but I was thinking 14 oz would be better.
post #6077 of 10650
I'll take 5m as well. Thank you.
post #6078 of 10650
16oz at half width! This is better suited as overcoating material no?
post #6079 of 10650
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Originally Posted by Slickman View Post

16oz at half width! This is better suited as overcoating material no?

 

I'm guessing he ment 16oz. at a full width.

post #6080 of 10650
What ET said but we should be able to reduce the weight. I think 14 oz would be better. What do subscribers think?
post #6081 of 10650
Split the difference at 15oz
post #6082 of 10650
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Originally Posted by forex View Post

^
the breanish is a dark brown
and cream
the natural colour of the wool
i.e undyed and uncoloured.

This is very good news. I'm interested but not yet sure if I'll join - what kind of time table were you thinking for when one might need to commit?
post #6083 of 10650
Tempting. If I didn't already have the LL barleycorn in dark brown and natural I'd jump on it.

Hopefully it gets remade for you guys!
post #6084 of 10650
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

This is very good news. I'm interested but not yet sure if I'll join - what kind of time table were you thinking for when one might need to commit?

There is no timeline yet, we need to get at least 10 subscribers to get it going. We have 5 at the moment.
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Originally Posted by Slewfoot View Post

Tempting. If I didn't already have the LL barleycorn in dark brown and natural I'd jump on it.

Hopefully it gets remade for you guys!

Slew, you should jump on it. Worst case, you can always get rid of it. I don't think there will be a problem dumping it, I haven't been able to find a good PoW jacketing and while I liked the LL PoW, it was not what I wanted in terms of color and weight.
post #6085 of 10650
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Originally Posted by Slickman View Post

Split the difference at 15oz

I have this breanish, which I think is around 12-13 oz. It is very nice and can be worn from fall to spring. Making it heavy would limit the use to winter time only so while my preference is for even lighter, I think 14 oz would be a sweet spot.
post #6086 of 10650
Do you have a better picture showing the brown color? If it's anything like whnay's rubinacci jacket, I'm in

post #6087 of 10650
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Originally Posted by Slickman View Post

Do you have a better picture showing the brown color? If it's anything like whnay's rubinacci jacket, I'm in


If Emptym has had it made up, it would be great if he could post some pics.
post #6088 of 10650
No, those are the only pictures I have. I think they represent colors accurately. Those who have the fabric might post more pictures and I think emptym posted a picture of finished garment in whnay thread. FWIW, I don't like the color and scale of the above posted jacket, proposed PoW has larger scale plaid which in my opinion works better for a sport coat.

Found the picture of emptym's jacket posted here:

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post #6089 of 10650
That fabric is badass.
post #6090 of 10650
Forex, I'm in for a jacket's length as well.
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