Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mfais, Jan 22, 2010.
^Thank you, sir.
Does anyone know where I can find a telemark jacket similar to this oneand others worn in the heors of telemark that would fit me (size 38)?
Merrow British clothing has them, but the smallest size is 25" pit to pit
Thanks for the response, it certainly is a challenge to find any outwear that is actually slim on my frame. Is it something worth trying to get taken in a bit or is that a big hassle on a coat like this?
Insoles; proper leather or a thin mash:
Church's Classic/Custom Grade,
Crockett & Jones - Benchgrade,
Crockett & Jones - Handgrade,
Tricker's - Country ?
Anyone have any experience with the UK-based label TOAST? They make some good looking tweed jackets, but I have no idea what the quality/fit is like. Any recommendations/warnings?
Close, maybe no cigar, but:
Also comes in Navy and Olive Green versions. Warning - in case it's not your thing - has a label.
since im new to buying more expensive than regular clothing, im wondering whats the proper way to wash them?
tops- shirts, button-ups, sweaters
bottoms - jeans, chinos
i need to know the basics at least
No experience with the clothes, but didn't have any problems re a few deliveries of household goods - time and packing. If you can, wait for the sales, the full prices are a bit over and a healthy discount is given. Think the men's clothing is new, a web search re the women's may throw up some comments on how fixed/variable quality and fit are.
It looks a little blousy in the midsection, but it's a damn fine coat. Like someone else said, you're going to have a really hard to finding a perfect-fit coat at 130.
...You could always sell the 3-sixteen to me...
Nicely done, about $100 dollars more than the original though. Damn. Anyone know where I could find this? Heritage Research from Fall 2010
so, im kind of angry. i just bought my first pair of chinos (epaulet) and good button-up (gitman), and my mom took them to wash, but she put them in the dryer as well even though i told her not to. she forgot. now theyre both tighter, and im kind of angry. how do i bring them back to their original sizes? fucking hell.
With a shirt it worked for me to completely soak it in cold water then to stretch all the fabric out and air dry.
i mightve been just overreacting. maybe it was my mind playing a trick on me :s...
"You can buy these true to size. Shrinkage or exceptional stretching is not a concern for the waist and top block. You can expect the inseam to shrink approximately a half inch after washing, so please wash them before you get them hemmed to ensure the correct length. "
so anyways, one machine dry isnt BAD, is it? just to get rid of shrinkage i guess and from now on hang dry?
Could someone help identify these shoes for me? Sorry for the quality, zoomed in on an already bad cellphone picture.
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