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The New Official Wolf vs. Goat Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by fosho, Oct 12, 2009.

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  1. 1969

    1969 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys. The goat and I have a lot on our plates I am not sure it's really over. We are still working together so we will see how that plays out.

    As far as the chino I wish you guys could try it on. The fit is spot on ( for me at least).
    Please notice in the pictures how good the Wolf arse looks...lol


    I guess this gives a whole new meaning to WvG. I believe it's been mentioned at some point, but can you refresh on the cost of the chinos?
     
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    Hey Mauro, I am not sure if this has been addressed before but what kind of shrinkage can one expect from your shirts. Based on your measurements, the small would work for me as is, but if it shrinks then I am thinking the medium is the way to go.
     
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    They don't shrink much. I am a large and after the wash I was still a large. If you are between sizes I would go up. you can always return it and size down.
    Best,
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    Any plans for spring outerwear?
     
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    lol, was this pose necessary Mauro?
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    lol, was this pose necessary Mauro?
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    They don't shrink much. I am a large and after the wash I was still a large. If you are between sizes I would go up. you can always return it and size down.
    Best,
    Mauro


    No, they hardly shrink at all. I mistakingly put my lavender WvG shirt in the dryer after washing and it fits pretty much the same. The lint trap on the dryer was full of lint though - more than normal. I think some of the shirt was lost. Yeah, a BIG oops on my part.
     
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    Damn dryer.

    What's wrong with the pose???
     
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    Mauro...chck ur pm!
     
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    WvG Chino. This is a sample so a few details, such as tags, are missing. Final detail shots should follow shortly.

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    Get Smart looking good.
     
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    I'd like to see the backside of the chinos in a standard, feet-shoulder-width-apart stance please.
     
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    Is GS wearing a size 31? I generally go size 31, so trying to relate his fit to my potential one.
     
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    He's wearing a 32. He mentioned that he would potentially size down in these. I'm typically a 32 and while it fit me well, I'd probably go up to a 33 as the fly was pulling a bit.
     
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    It's probably been discussed but I'm too lazy to search. What's the pricepoint going to Be on the chino
     
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    Under 2 bills if I recall correctly.
     
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    thanks. that's what i remember too, but i've lost track so many times on certain things.
     
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    Depending on how everything play out around 175.00 to 185.00

    The buttons are real horn
    The pocket bags and piping are a heavy weight twill. These pocket bags mean business.
    YKK zippers ( made in the US)
    8.5 oz twill good for all year around the overdye adds some weight and softness.

    Best,

    Mauro
     
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