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٭٭٭ No Man Walks Alone - Official Affiliate Thread ٭٭٭ (a.k.a. I shouldn't have slept on it)

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What color are you all choosing for the Traveller Coat? I like the gray glenplaid, but think that navy, boring as it may be, would be more versatile and wearable.
Grey Glenplaid for me but...
I do already have navy and yes it’s super versatile. I would choose that as the first option.
 

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What color are you all choosing for the Traveller Coat? I like the gray glenplaid, but think that navy, boring as it may be, would be more versatile and wearable.
I got the grey glenplaid and plan on wearing it with everything I own. I think it’s just as versatile? I also already own a navy coat so...
 

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So, serious question, does the grey glenplaid have a stripe? I saw somewhere someone mentioned red - I have difficulty seeing the color red and don’t see a darn thing.
 

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Grey Glenplaid for me but...
I do already have navy and yes it’s super versatile. I would choose that as the first option.
I thought you were married? How are you planning on sneaking the second coat by spousal customs?
So, serious question, does the grey glenplaid have a stripe? I saw somewhere someone mentioned red - I have difficulty seeing the color red and don’t see a darn thing.
There are thin red stripes running horizontally and vertically that bisect the plain squares and the squares that only have vertical lines and only have horizontal lines. Probably not noticeable from more than a few feet away.
 

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Grey Glenplaid for me, as in my case I think it definitely adds to my wardrobe without overlapping my current Traveler Coat (or any of my other coats, for that matter)
 

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So, serious question, does the grey glenplaid have a stripe? I saw somewhere someone mentioned red - I have difficulty seeing the color red and don’t see a darn thing.
It has a red overcheck
 

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Dang, I see the overcheck on the brown but not the grey. Eyes are crazy, man.
 

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I thought you were married? How are you planning on sneaking the second coat by spousal customs?

There are thin red stripes running horizontally and vertically that bisect the plain squares and the squares that only have vertical lines and only have horizontal lines. Probably not noticeable from more than a few feet away.
I am married. She’s amazingly cool about it and has quite a shopping habit as well. Haha
 

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Preorders are tricky. What is everyone going for? KS looks great but with the big dog on the horizon, hard to make a call.
 

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