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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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    rydenfan Well-Known Member

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    Oh boy...I have a feeling I will be owning a few different Doyles
     
  2. Epaulet

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    Here's some sporting clays fit shots of Oisin. His now-signature look of the Navy Doyle, Grey Wilshires, and Hand-Burnished Scotchgrain WWII Boots from Carmina

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    oh wow, that is awesome
     
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    Unlined would be excellent! Ordered quoddy true penny loafers but returned them. Thinking the lining would make them too warm for our 100 degree summers
     
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    Sorry, but what's the difference between the moccasins/loafers on the website and a camp moc?
     
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    The new MTO trousers look good, especially the linen. But it looks as if a couple of the fabrics depicted on the "khyber cloth" page are not available for selection. Specifically, numbers 1893 and 1894 from the swatches. Would you describe 1894 as a cream colour?
     
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  8. Epaulet

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    Ah, sorry just built those out. 1894 is a pale yellow, cream tone. A bit more yellow than the usual cream. 1893 is a jet black. Got a few more categories to roll out.


    A camp moc is a specific style of moccasin with a single line of eyelets:

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    It's actually quite similar to the design of the string loafers that we have now.

    We're working on a few shapes right now, but realistically, a beefroll penny loafer would be the first shape that we introduce. It was the best-selling piece in our sewn by hand collection. I'm also working on some crepe-soled models which will be really cool.


    Ah yeah, that's always a consideration. We'd most likely use a leather liner for all of our European handsewn shoes though.
     
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    any timetable on the rest of the FF sport coats (other than the teased navy/black cashmere)?
     
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    When are those moccasins expected?
     
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    EP flannel pants, EP OCBD, Napoli duck navy, EP Carmina ruby balmoral

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    Love the idea of a camp moc. Would you consider a rubber sole (Vibram or something that comes up a bit around the sole) and instead of a flat leather lace a slimmer round waxed string? I had a pair from a now defunct Nashville company with these features and they looked amazing.
     
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    is the Khyber cloth machine washable? Not sure if Egyptian pima cotton has to be treated with kid gloves.
     
  14. applky

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    I know we're all in pants mode now, but wow that Gitman TTX Oxford. Amazing. [​IMG]
     
  15. macjedi

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    ^ Just another plea for this. Any hopes of bringing it back this year?
     
  16. bkotsko

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    I second this.
     
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    And I'll third/fourth/whatever.
     
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    Thanks, this is very helpful. Any chance of getting similar shots for the Walt MTO fabrics? (Specifically the Khyber cloth? [​IMG])
     
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    Shipping notice for my navy cashmere sports coat received yesterday. looking forward to wearing it this weekend!
     
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    Mike, I want to know more about this cloth as well please. Thanks.
     

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