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٭٭٭ No Man Walks Alone - Official Affiliate Thread ٭٭٭

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.

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  1. razl

    razl Well-Known Member

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    Thanks much for the info!
     
  2. gdl203

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    It is white. Shooting a white shirt in a white background is tricky and can result in lines and details not being visible at all - so our photographer had to use settings that allow the shirt details to be seen (hence the slightly off color on images).
    There's an Eidos option coming for spring.

    Hard to say re the 48. Did you try it on? Where is it too big? If the shoulders can work, the rest of the body can def be altered. Pants waist is easy too.
     
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  3. 1969

    1969 Well-Known Member

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    I have one from the original pre-order. Is the current inventory from that batch or with the new/added length?
     
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    gdl203 Well-Known Member

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    Almost every unit currently in stock is from the latest production batches. We had very few shirts left from the previous order
     
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  5. Shouldaville

    Shouldaville Well-Known Member

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    20 degrees = new GRP.

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    metranger8694 Well-Known Member

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    @Shouldaville

    That's a really nice piece. How high a temperature do you feel you could wear that in with just a shirt.

    Side slash pockets would have been a cool touch.....
     
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    Curious as well. If it's suitable for 50 degree weather, I'll kop.
     
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    metranger8694 Well-Known Member

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    I think I'd need it for 60-70 down here.

    From the NMWA pics the fabric does look like it's airy/breathable and maybe not too warm wearing?

    On edit below: Maybe not!
     
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    Thanks. I'd say anything above 50 would be pushing it. It's pretty warm, so 40 and below is probably best. I get warm anyway, and had to take it off in a crowded room this morning.
     
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    More roof shots!

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  12. rydenfan

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    All amazing! Think the Scye bomber is my favorite look
     
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    lifeinabox Well-Known Member

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    @conceptual 4est Do you take a 46 or 48 in the Geller bomber?
     
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    Final batch from me (but I know Greg has plenty hidden up his sleeve)

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    Thank you! It's a really nice jacket that is much better in person. The fit and finish on all of the Scye stuff is superb, and the taffeta has a cool hand to it.

    I take a 46 in all of the Geller that's on the site right now, including the bomber
     
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    Document and Camoshita coats there are so great. Also that fishtail.
     
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    Sage de cret so cozy. Goddamn all the coats man
     
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    Hoping Greg took the "John Cusack" for a spin. Would love to see some real world shots of that
     
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    Everyone always asks where I got the bunny coat from. "It's by a brand called Sage de Cret from a site called Nomanwalksalone" I should just write it down and keep a few copies in my pocket when I wear it.
     
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    Frank Leder tweed overcoat- picked this up at the NYC trunk show a couple months back, very happy it's just getting cold enough to wear it.

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