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The Official Temple of Jawnz Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Sep 9, 2009.

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  1. impolyt_one

    impolyt_one Well-Known Member

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    no. tags like that will cost me $150 for a run of jackets. I can charge $300 for the jacket or I can charge $180 for the jacket. (if it's reversible then tags don't get applied). Depends on which you would want.
     
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    TOJ 2.3 Double Rider's ('TOJ Biker' ??)

    this time, made in heavy calf.


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    2.2 kg for this in my sz 46... the lamb Moto is under 1.2kg, for comparison. This calf is very heavy and very tough, like I said.
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    fit pics of everything in a second...
     
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    impolyt_one Well-Known Member

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    Fit pics, beginning with the above jacket: [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    impolyt_one Well-Known Member

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    TOJ Moto fit pics (you might've noticed, I'm wearing this insanely long tee today, it's fresh from the pack so it's longer than I normally wear, don't let it trip you out) [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    TOJ G'Harrington fit pics. Rather uninspiring fit because I should've worn a buttonup under this, and also the sample is slightly too big for me because I made it for someone else. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Nice work, man.
     
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    double moto is sick! if i can have that in a blue leather sans epaulets i'm sold.
     
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    The double rider is amazing. Goddamn.
     
  11. impolyt_one

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    yes, definitive answer here: you can edit stuff on and off of the Double Rider's, like epaulets, belt, visible snaps, etc, to your taste.
     
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    yes, definitive answer here: you can edit stuff on and off of the Double Rider's, like epaulets, belt, visible snaps, etc, to your taste.

    what if i want 87 zippers
     
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    btw, 5 lbs of leather jacket on your back is some serious shit. Somebody asked about these leathers lasting forever, the calf ones definitely will.
     
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    Those look really, really good. I'm definitely on board once we get those leather issues figured out.
     
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    fuck me, i am kopping the double rider for the wife. will i be able to get one by halloween, her birthday?
     
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    what if i want 87 zippers

    I am not Martin Margiela. If you want a double rider's jacket made only of zippers though, hit me up. As zippers cost about $10-15 a piece for the ones I use, I will probably have to charge you somewhere in the neighborhood of like $2000 for that jawn. (0) [​IMG]
     
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    I am not Martin Margiela. If you want a double rider's jacket made only of zippers though, hit me up. As zippers cost about $10-15 a piece for the ones I use, I will probably have to charge you somewhere in the neighborhood of like $2000 for that jawn. (0) [​IMG]

    lmao

    lamb leather possible on this? or would you not recommend?
     
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    fuck me, i am kopping the double rider for the wife. will i be able to get one by halloween, her birthday?

    yes, they'll prob here, and I might possibly have other leather color choices ready to be received in time for her birthday.

    One more time guys, for this first round of jackets, they'll be in black lamb, black calf, or brown lamb only. That might help get a lot of the black jacket guys out and on their ways.
     
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    lmao

    lamb leather possible on this? or would you not recommend?


    Yes, available, much easier to work with, and 2 lbs lighter, so I definitely do recommend if you can keep track of the fact you're wearing lamb as opposed to calf and accept it's delicate nature (most people choose lamb for this reason, really, it's as soft as an angel's foreskin)... calf is good for the ruffians and nice for guys who like to break in stuff and see evolution happen slowly, but the lamb is more comfortable so I imagine a lot people will go for it.
     
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    black lamb. there are no substitutes.
     
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