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John Elliott - official affiliate thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JOHN ELLIOTT, Apr 10, 2013.

  1. Jbidwal

    Jbidwal Well-Known Member

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    Washed black and clay.

    Black is a small. Clay a med. both fit, pefer the sized down small more.

    Material is much thinner than anything we seen before. It's almost like a heavy tee vs a hoodie. Won't keep you warm if you are looking for that.
     
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  2. Luciano123

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    nice, thanks for pics.
    fit pics ? :D
     
  3. srizvi722

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    Yea fit pics would be nice! I won't be getting mine until next week, and with this dang snowstorm hitting the east, there's probably gonna be delays..might not get them until end of next week [​IMG]
     
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    Quick pics of the clay. Blacks in the wash. It's layerd with a clay uneck

    Those on the fence or wanting one or the other, I think the kake is the better hoodie. Material is much more substantial on the kake and that to me makes the fit nicer.
     
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  5. GTFan712

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    I was afraid the terry was thinner. :/ Oh well, more wearable as we move into the warmer months.
     
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    Jbidwal, what is your height/weight?
     
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    Much thinner than anything they put out before. Comparable to the heavy cropped tee weight wise.
     
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    The cropped hoodie fits to similar to the fruit of the loom pullovers I got for work. If anybody wants a similar fit with below average material go to walmart lol.
     
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    Wondering what degree of color transfer will occur with the clay given that it's a lighter color...
     
  11. jthom931

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    Shouts out to Roden Gray for coming correct with the small Oak LS Curve (trying a size down with this one)
     
  12. Bertdinner2

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    cmon cmon lol how much u think this "living color treatment process" costs? i dont get the henley pricing but thats just me. i appreciate john elliott very much but im gonna have to stick to unecks and the occasional other piece that i really love. i mean the henleys are the same price as a villain with "riri zips". its ok, i understand they are trying to move up more to be like a true "high end" fashion brand but the value is just not there to me in some of the newer pieces as much as it seemed to be in the beginning. my maipn draw to JE was that the clothes were quality like a high fashion brand but they still came in at a somewhat reasonable price.
     
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  13. Bertdinner2

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    i seriously doubt the clay will transfer
     
  14. Jbidwal

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    My personal opinion for those under 6 feet and are skinny, thin size down. Given the thinner material, the slightly oversized look looks a lot nicer than it looking like its a size too big. Both WILL fit and look ok. I just think the sized down looks a lot nicer
     
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    Anyone have or seen in person the padded overshirt? Looks pretty dope in the pics on their site but not so great on a fit pic I saw. On the fence about getting.
     
  16. johnelliottfan

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    I have it in olive. It's really dopeeee. I got it at half price though, and I don't like the midnight version Nearly as much.
     
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  17. Steel28

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    Looking for new LS Oak tee in M. Let me know.
     
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    Is the hood in these oversize hoodies more functional or is it about the same as the others?
     
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    Functional in what sense? If keeping warm then less.
     
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