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post #91 of 211
When are orders being taken?
post #92 of 211
preorder is done; I'd expect mid-September, but can't be too sure.
post #93 of 211
the bag in pic #4 is sick
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post #95 of 211
for those with the emory bomber, how visible is the fur in the hood?
post #96 of 211
i have the first generation of emory bomber, the one with goat hair, it is visible, especially if u flip it a bit when not wearing, its esstentially two vertical strips, looks cool
post #97 of 211
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Originally Posted by scb View Post
for those with the emory bomber, how visible is the fur in the hood?

i've got the fw09 version and i'd say it's not all that noticeable unless you're really looking, but you can see it around your neck. i wasn't too crazy about buying a jacket with fur, but damn is it cushy. i imagine it would be more noticeable with the olive than the black (i have black).
post #98 of 211
nvm
post #99 of 211
fck. and i thought 20% off was a good deal. I'm guessing these are massed from ken? I know he had a surplus of older models in his shop.
post #100 of 211
this stuff is gonna sell like hotcakes
i bought 3 of my krane stuff at regular retail, and its still worth it, half off? that's absurd
post #101 of 211
Thinking of picking up an Ayling this season but wondering if it'll be too thick to get much wear during Cali winters.

Opinions?
post #102 of 211
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post
Thinking of picking up an Ayling this season but wondering if it'll be too thick to get much wear during Cali winters.

Opinions?

probably too thick imo. although the navy ayling was less thick than the olive last season. if you like the navy you might wanna pick one up from djh when he lists them. you could always resell it if it doesn't work out.
post #103 of 211
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Originally Posted by puddin View Post
probably too thick imo. although the navy ayling was less thick than the olive last season. if you like the navy you might wanna pick one up from djh when he lists them. you could always resell it if it doesn't work out.

truth. It's most likely too thick, even if it is thinner, but krane stuff at that pricepoint is unheard of.
post #104 of 211
I'm sort of devastated that the one coat I've wanted for two F/W's now (the officer's coat) is here in a 38 and 42, but not 40. That blanket lining could be a beautiful thing in a Michigan winter.
post #105 of 211
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Originally Posted by APK View Post
I'm sort of devastated that the one coat I've wanted for two F/W's now (the officer's coat) is here in a 38 and 42, but not 40. That blanket lining could be a beautiful thing in a Michigan winter.

imo, the Cyril aviator (which I wear) and the Ayling peacoat were the standouts for FW09. The officers coat is cool, but the problem with long coats in waxed cotton is that you can come of either douchey or trenchcoat mafia-y, neither of which is a good look. imo.
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