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post #31 of 421
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Originally Posted by timpoblete View Post
How about this guy? >>>>
Between all the EG, Woolrich, RRL, and the workwear other brands are putting out this fall, it'd be complete overkill. I think you'd need a vendor that wants to cater to the WMM/EG crowd that's looking for something that no one else would have; otherwise, the uninformed consumer wouldn't stand a chance at distinguishing between the pieces.
post #32 of 421
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Who handles the distribution for Woolrich?

Isn't it WP Lavori (Italy)?
post #33 of 421
We will pick up Post for F/W 09. I loved everything they do and it was hard not to select everything. Their Jackets and pants were, well incredible and they will mix well with EG and WWM.
Now I can't frig'in wait till Winter goes and comes again.


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More stores should pick up Post Overalls!
post #34 of 421
WWM, EG and PO's!? I guess I won't have any $$$ left for vacationing next winter.
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Via Men.Style.Com:

Outdoor pursuits of a different sort are at the heart of Engineered Garments designer Daiki Suzuki's line for Woolrich Woolen Mills. "I never went hunting and fishing in Tokyo," Suzuki allowed at a presentation held in conjunction with an exhibit for British pop artist Peter Blake. But this Japanese aficionado of American workwear has spent his life tracking down the sort of classic outdoor gear that is Woolrich's heritage. He worked with the company's Pennsylvania factory to adapt its traditional blanket fabrics for today's hunter-gatherers. "Lighter, lighter, lighter," he kept telling them. He's also teamed up with the tiny Midwestern shoe manufacturer Russell to produce a sure-to-sell-out moccasin boot with red plaid wool inserts. Made in America"”now there's a radical concept.
post #36 of 421
The website (http://www.woolrichwoolenmillsproduction.com/) has just been updated with pics.
post #37 of 421
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We will pick up Post for F/W 09. I loved everything they do and it was hard not to select everything. Their Jackets and pants were, well incredible and they will mix well with EG and WWM.
Now I can't frig'in wait till Winter goes and comes again.

Thank you, Gary! I'll be looking forward to preorders. I hope there's a vest or two in your selection.
post #38 of 421
Quite a few spring pieces looks sweet!
post #39 of 421
The vest is sick!

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Thank you, Gary! I'll be looking forward to preorders. I hope there's a vest or two in your selection.
post #40 of 421
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Originally Posted by drink8648 View Post
We will pick up Post for F/W 09.

Very good to hear.
post #41 of 421
I like the first jacket.
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Originally Posted by timpoblete View Post
He's also teamed up with the tiny Midwestern shoe manufacturer Russell to produce a sure-to-sell-out moccasin boot with red plaid wool inserts
That's assuming they even get made in the first place. I'm sure we can expect them around 2012 or so.
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That's assuming they even get made in the first place. I'm sure we can expect them around 2012 or so.

Haha, get in line Daiki.
post #44 of 421
Orange Mountain Parka is the closest I'll get to an orange Sierra Designs, dig it
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That's assuming they even get made in the first place. I'm sure we can expect them around 2012 or so.
Did the FW08 EG RM's ever get finished?
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