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Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.

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  1. BootSpell

    BootSpell Senior member

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    How do they actually fit? You're the 2nd person to comment on the narrowness. Pics?
     
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    They fit real right. I don't know if they will give enough to be comfortable . I don't want to try breaking them in because I would rather sell a brand new boot if I have to get rid of them.Catch22
     
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    I would post a pic if I knew how !
     
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    Do you have any Alden shoes/boots for a size comparison? What about other carmina?
     
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    All kinds, Alden plaza 9 , barrie8.5 , indys8.5 Carmina simpson8.5 ,ironically another pair of forest boots ,also Epaulet 's size8 all fit well
     
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    I can see a difference in the new ones just from trying them on , but have only tried the right one since that is my larger foot. Still don't know if I want to try wearing them.
     
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    ^ wow, that's a tough one. Now you've got me worried. I'll post on the fit of mine when I get them tomorrow.
     
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    Yes please do I interested to see if I am losing brain matter
     
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    Hey Mike. Can you guys cut the novelty trouser fabrics into shorts? The Japanese cotton seems like it's begging to be made into a pair of shorts.
     
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    In case anyone is on the fence about the Navy MDR, it's wonderful!

    The navy is very dark and the calf is very soft.

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    Harris Tweed trousers in -6 degree in MN.

    Sorry for not having a proper picture. Did not being digicam.
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    "Toto, I have a feeling we're not in Burbank anymore."
     
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    Glad things have started warming up around here in time for your visit.

    Seriously, it looks like you are well bundled up, but stay warm. -6 is pretty crazy.
     
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    Yeah, anyone who has tried on the WWII boots, especially the cordovan ones, please post your fit impressions and whether the sizing is small.
     
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    Hey, you're here just in time for the heat wave tomorrow. It's going to be in the 30's! :D
     
  16. wj4

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    Aww, man. You live here?! We could've linked up!

    I'm at the airport now. Flight departs in an hour or so.
     
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    Lol. First time driving around slush!

    I was plenty warm. Thanks to the members for help. Compression shirt and pants, shirt, sweater, blazer, overcoat and the furnace trousers.
     
  18. eddiemczee

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    Very excited for the next round of FF Southwick's. I'm finally wearing my sand and French blue windowpane from this past round and absolutely love it.
     
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    Has anyone ordered from epaulet in the last couple weeks had their item ship yet or update in the tracking?

    Placed an order last week and the UPS status is still waiting for pickup.

    I'm not sure if its on UPS's end or not. A different store using UPS has the tracking working fine.

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    Mike/Epaulet: I know it's freezing and all but I just came across the Seaward & Stearn swim trunks someone just mentioned and I'll be damned if they aren't exactly what I've been looking for years. Don't suppose you have any a Small in the Navy do you? Or plans to bring them back...It's what I get from taking my off the EP ball! Rocking the Rivets with merino long johns, need to get some those Walt Flannels ASAP!
     

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