- Dec 19, 2008
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A lot of this has been discussed in the past. Antonio makes the range of sizes according to what sells the best: medium, large, and extra large sells the best. This can be seen in the leftover clothes that didn't sell on the website. If you want him to continue making XXL you will have to buy more.I will say, it’s good to have Antonio in here answering mulitple questions about items before a drop, like sizing, sizes available, fit. But I do think it becomes a bother to keep buggin him to find out if a certain size will be available, or if a camp will be cropped etc. I think if you keep the drop structure, you should offer as much information as possible beforehand. Size range, size guides, cost are all things that if we ask, Antonio and the team answer, but otherwise isn’t available.
for instance I took a second today to see if the yellow striped tee was cropped, and it was, so I passed, but if I missed on the shorts because of that, that would suck. On the other hand, he answered me about xxl hoodie so I knew not to even bother for the hoodie.
I wonder if this is something the brand has thought about, and if there’s a reason why they would decide not to.
Either Way, I’ll keep copping. Or at least trying to.
For sizing, Antonio did say his clothes is meant to fit so that customers can take their normal size in everything. It's just that the customer's perception of how clothes fit does not match his. I have the same issue with the tees. The length used to be shorter on the first 2 drops. They made it 1.5 to 2" longer and it is still slightly shorter than I prefer although I am trying out the graphic tee from this drop. If the Jamal tee is too cropped for you I wouldn't even bother looking at any of the tees anymore.
I am also appreciative of Antonio answering questions in the forum but even if he didn't everything would still sell out.