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Originally Posted by il_colonnello View Post

How do those cotton linings hold up though? I used to have a (inexpensive, admittedly) cotton-lined leather jacket and sold it after only a year when it became apparent that the cotton lining wouldn't last very long.

So far I think cupro (bemberg?) is maybe the best compromise. It's a lot less stifling than polyester (and better-looking) but relatively durable also.

Cotton Drill will last for a very long time; it's of the toughest lining materials, as well as breathable. In a quality jacket its durability will not be an issue.
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To the "critics": The person wearing the jacket is just modeling for the product. It was not made for him. So, if the criticism is of the fit, then it is misplaced.

 

Constructive criticism is always welcome. 

 

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Originally Posted by djdanniedee View Post
 

i third that!  The fit looks awful.
Plus, after reading all the cr@p that happened when someone got you to make a TOJ style DR with double zippers, not sure if I even want to get anything done by you guys.

 

Well, congratulations on being born perfect. 

 

We were not, but, thankfully, were blessed with an ability to improve.

 

Many realize that and continue to repose faith in us. Works perfectly for us.

 

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not sure if I even want to get anything done by you guys.

 

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^You gotta improve that comms game bro
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^You gotta improve that comms game bro

 

A banter once in a while is ok, I guess ;)

post #13820 of 16656
Jacket looked too big on model, maybe post pics go just jacket or worn better would change some minds. Idk of quality of the jacket or anything but in pic it just looked slouchy and too big.
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

Jacket looked too big on model, maybe post pics go just jacket or worn better would change some minds. Idk of quality of the jacket or anything but in pic it just looked slouchy and too big.

 

Makes sense.

 

 

The other image we had.  Will talk to the customer to see if we can get an image of him wearing the jacket.

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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

Jacket looked too big on model, maybe post pics go just jacket or worn better would change some minds. Idk of quality of the jacket or anything but in pic it just looked slouchy and too big.

+1, I started to write constructive comments but stopped, because it's so hard to tell what's fit related and what's construction related.

It actually might be better just to show the jacket laid out on a table or floor, front and back, because now we're only looking at a small part of the jacket.

The epaulets are certainly glaring, but they would relax a bit if they were on the correct size model. They still needed to be tacked though, from the looks of it.
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Originally Posted by LuxireStudio View Post

Makes sense.




The other image we had.  Will talk to the customer to see if we can get an image of him wearing the jacket.

Eek that looks very short.

Is this jacket meant to be fashion or function? What's it made out of? Which vendor did you use?
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Originally Posted by LuxireStudio View Post

Well, congratulations on being born perfect. 

We were not, but, thankfully, were blessed with an ability to improve.

Many realize that and continue to repose faith in us. Works perfectly for us.




lol @ you guys posting your own product in this thread and then reacting like a child when people don't like it

your jacket looks bad, accept reality and improve
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Originally Posted by LuxireStudio View Post
 

 

Many realize that and continue to repose faith in us. Works perfectly for us.

 

pls see me after class

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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

lol @ you guys posting your own product in this thread and then reacting like a child when people don't like it

your jacket looks bad, accept reality and improve

lol8[1].gif
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Originally Posted by LuxireStudio View Post
 

 

Makes sense.

 

 

The other image we had.  Will talk to the customer to see if we can get an image of him wearing the jacket.


I would say those epaulettes sit too high, u want to see the the top of the epaulette to make it look more 3 dimensional. that slant chest pocket is also probably a bit too high since it is party covered by the lapel... or probably the snap to secure the lapel is positioned to low.

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In general I can't picture the human body that was designed for
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post


Eek that looks very short.

Is this jacket meant to be fashion or function? What's it made out of? Which vendor did you use?

 

We make custom clothes. Made exactly as the customer orders. Hence, the fit is usually not a concern.

 

Styling is done as the customer desires.

 

Where we have our contribution is in the material used and workmanship. The leather, the metal hardware, the zippers are always of very high quality. Workmanship is something for which we are best known for.

 

This was made in soft calf leather.

 

We make everything in-house. No process is outsourced.

 

A little bit about our manufacturing can be read in this post by a customer who visited out facility.

post #13830 of 16656
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post


lol @ you guys posting your own product in this thread and then reacting like a child when people don't like it

your jacket looks bad, accept reality and improve

 

Happens sometimes. :)

 

"Improving" has been our biggest driver since we started about 3 years ago. Anyone who has followed our journey even for a small period would agree.

 

We started making leather jackets very recently. Made about 6-8 only so far. 

 

Our leather goods manufacturing is in its infancy. For the improvement we have seen, we are confident of them attaining the same level of recognition our other garments have achieved. 

 

Some of the bags we have made.


Edited by LuxireStudio - 5/27/15 at 8:11pm
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