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Woolrich Woolen Mills F/W 2011

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whatever123, Feb 19, 2011.

  1. pseudonym

    pseudonym Well-Known Member

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    I'm feeling these looks. I want the grey sweats.
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  2. Desi

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    I will purchase a WWM watch cap just to troll SF. It actually appears pretty fresh.
     
  3. Shingles

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    If any of you could try out the pants and describe the fit here I would appreciate it ALOT! If you know where I can get the measurements that would be awsome aswell!
    I, as many other of you don't like the styling either. But I do feel some of the garments. I like the pants, the boone parka and some of the shirts plus the boots, especially the black ones.

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    Yeah I'm with you on those.

    Feeling this aswell
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    No comments on the beanies... :fu:
     
  4. mr.orange

    mr.orange Well-Known Member

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    I dig the yellow vest. It's sure to attract attention and compliments/hate.
     
  5. swisschalet

    swisschalet Well-Known Member

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    Anybody have one to sell or know where I can find an Upland jacket in navy cotton size medium?
     
  6. thatguymj

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    Not a huge fan of WWM/EG style stuff, I did check out both lines F/W stuff yesterday at a local store here in San Francisco and I actually really liked it. The owner of the store said that yellow vest sold out in a day or two. He had one for himself he showed me and it was pretty damn nice.

    I almost bought this jacket. The fit and construction are amazing for the price.

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  7. mr.orange

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    that yellow vest :drool:

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    The jacket looks very nice but isn't the price a little much for it ($500)? EG has something similar to it, I wonder if the price point will be similar as well.
     
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    Anyone tried this jacket? Is it cut slimmer / modern? I have a 43 inch chest and a 34 inch waist and I'm concerned it might look too big around the waist... any help would be much appreciated.
     
  9. thatguymj

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    Its pretty slim, imo.

    A medium was perfect for me and I'm a 38 chest 32 waist.
     
  10. hansj

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    I tried it yesterday. It's slim and short with narrow long arms.
     
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  12. xCrunchx

    xCrunchx Well-Known Member

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    thats dennis rodman right there
     
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    I'm starting to come around to this collection after I saw these other colors pop up.

    I hope McNairy can do more with pattern and texture rather than recreate his own pants for a different company.
     
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    The chambray looks great but sadly they are out of my size.
     
  16. Ahriman4891

    Ahriman4891 Well-Known Member

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    I like the hoodie, but $275 seems excessive :censored: Sadly I cannot pull off the yellow vest :(
     
  17. hansj

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    Tried on the chino Hoover pants a few weeks ago and was disappointed about the sizing. 30 was too tight and 32 giant. The material doesn't look like it would shrink much. Guess I'm out of luck here.
     
  18. renn

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    mcnairy is a collabo slut.
     
  19. hansj

    hansj Well-Known Member

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    I actually ended up buying the Hoover pants in wool, a wile ago. It needed a small alteration at the waist, but they became my favorite pants this season. I ended up getting the other Hoover in the chino material and can't take them off. Material and styling are just what I was looking for. Particular the pocket material gives these pants a real solid feeling. McNairy might not be Suzuki, but I think there is some hope.
     

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