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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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Catching up on emails tonight but I processed that return for store credit this morning - I'll get you sorted out shortly
Hey man, appreciate the response. Kenshawn told me he put the two items up on the site, but they weren’t uploaded properly (on Main page still oos, but on item page the size isn’t — when I went to purchase it gave me an error message), so what I did was purchase a size 3 that was in stock and left an email letting y’all know to make sure to ship me the size 6.


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To anyone else that owns the post imperial x camps sweater do you guys use a lint roller or something? My gf keeps telling me there’s too much pilling and it takes away from the look.
 

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Hey man, appreciate the response. Kenshawn told me he put the two items up on the site, but they weren’t uploaded properly (on Main page still oos, but on item page the size isn’t — when I went to purchase it gave me an error message), so what I did was purchase a size 3 that was in stock and left an email letting y’all know to make sure to ship me the size 6.


ALSO
To anyone else that owns the post imperial x camps sweater do you guys use a lint roller or something? My gf keeps telling me there’s too much pilling and it takes away from the look.
OK, I'll make those adjustments when I'm in the office tomorrow and ship it all then
 

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SDC drop is sooo good.

ETA: had to. like i couldn't not.

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i hope it fits well because if not i will be crushed. i have big plans for this in the summer. i'm already dreaming of combinations.
Immediately grabbed the shorts too after seeing them teased in the Stoffa live stream. Still debating grabbing the Stoffa jacket to complete the look.
 

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Immediately grabbed the shorts too after seeing them teased in the Stoffa live stream. Still debating grabbing the Stoffa jacket to complete the look.
I thought I was the only one who got excited seeing them on the Stoffa stream! I also picked up the panama shirt for long strolls on some exotic beach or to the mailbox.
 

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I thought I was the only one who got excited seeing them on the Stoffa stream! I also picked up the panama shirt for long strolls on some exotic beach or to the mailbox.
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Ok. I think it’s going to be the KS Traveler in navy, size 40 (TTS) for me. Use case is to make this my “one coat”—wear it casually but also over a suit. I’m tall/slim (6’2”, 170 lbs), but I’m going to embrace the volume and not risk it with the sleeves if I size down. Anybody going to talk me out of this?
 

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Ok. I think it’s going to be the KS Traveler in navy, size 40 (TTS) for me. Use case is to make this my “one coat”—wear it casually but also over a suit. I’m tall/slim (6’2”, 170 lbs), but I’m going to embrace the volume and not risk it with the sleeves if I size down. Anybody going to talk me out of this?
Great choice. No talking out here.
 

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Ok. I think it’s going to be the KS Traveler in navy, size 40 (TTS) for me. Use case is to make this my “one coat”—wear it casually but also over a suit. I’m tall/slim (6’2”, 170 lbs), but I’m going to embrace the volume and not risk it with the sleeves if I size down. Anybody going to talk me out of this?
I also went with my TTS of 40 even though I probably could’ve sized down but very happy I didn’t. The main driver of why I almost did was sleeve length as well. Embrace the shape!
 

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