- Mar 23, 2007
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Can I assume that sale items that don’t say final sale are subject to usual return policies?
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This is useful to me as well, thanks. What size do you wear in WL, if I may ask?D’oh! Thread is moving fast and I misseread, thanks LatAm.
Ok, I can still answer, I have the S&C cable and found it TTS, (again, I’m a 42,) large is comfy. It is just slightly shorter than a similar piece from Lockie, but I think it works better (the S&C) with the slightly shorter length.
I am 5’9”
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Many thanks @sood! This was absolutely fascinating,Super interesting episode on fabric and textile development, I think people here will appreciate it
Show a16z Podcast, Ep Textiles as Tech, Science, Math, Culture... or Civilization - Oct 24, 2020podcasts.apple.com
I've got a review copy of the book and planning to write about it for the No Man blog - would you guys be interested in an interview with her? @sood
Bruh! Wythe coat is out of stock!I think it would be helpful to all your brethren NoMan enthusiasts to get a sense of others' favorite picks of the season. I like to hear why someone really like something, it makes it easier to know if that's something for me!
I'll start with my own favorites pick-ups
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<p>Crafting some of the best caps we see, Fujito always makes the most of their beautiful fabrics, making this seasions iteration out of a lustrous cotton sateen, worthy of a second look.</p>nomanwalksalone.com
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<p>The flagship piece of the collection, and an exclusive to No Man Walks Alone. Wythe worked with a family owned mill in Donegal, Ireland, to weave this original ombre tweed that perfectly suits the shape of this overcoat. Inspired by vintage riding topcoats, it's defined by a beautiful western...nomanwalksalone.com
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<p>The (possibly apocryphal) story behind these "crazy shirts" as that they were convenient samples for travelling salesmen, but we think any shirtmaker of any merit can put one together with aesthetic value as well. As is the case here, Portuguse Flannel combines a number of different checks...nomanwalksalone.com
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<p>With large front pleats and roomy legs that come to a taper, these are inspired by motorcycle pants from the 1940s and 50s. The silhouette works great with modern styles though, and Monitaly's corduroy gives these a nice structural shape.</p>nomanwalksalone.com
There's a few more items I'm eyeing if y'all continue to sleep on them