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

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  1. oboy_oboy

    oboy_oboy Distinguished Member

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    I don't have experience first hand, but I am well aware of Indigo Farm and they are on-par w/ lots of the more well known (here) brands like Flat Head, etc. That price is not really that different from almost every MIJ brand sold at Self Edge. And at the sale price, it's on par w/ made in the US (of Japanese denim) brands like 3sixteen+.

    If they had my size, I'd be all over them.

    I REALLY don't need more blue oxford shirting, but I'm super tempted by the popover, as I own no popovers and kind of dig them...
     


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    Some nice deals. Who wants to buy my navy Carmina Faulkers so I can get in on some of this? Haha

    Those who have the double monks -- would you say TTS?

    Same question for the Hawthorne loafers.

    Thanks!
     


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    I'd say TTS for Carmina Salingers is fine. Those suede dubmonks do look desirable.
     


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    Thanks....I'll give them a shot.
     


  5. Epaulet

    Epaulet Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    Great scenery there! Very cool looks too.


    Yes, we're working on creating the Walt with Samuelsohn. At the moment they have two MTO trouser fits which are close. One is very close to the Rudy and the other is slimmer than the Walt. It's the Phineas Cole fit.

    We could certainly offer a Rain System suit with the Rudy-ish fit. They could certainly be tailored down to a Walt taper without a problem. The fit is pretty close, just not exact. Id' have to get the exact price, but I imagine it would fall in the $1400 range with all upcharges included. Samuelsohn trousers are very nice, but they're on the pricey side. But given that union of great fabric and really phenomenal construction, it's a pretty solid deal even that that MTO price. Drop us an email and we can get it rolling if you're interested.

    At the moment, we can't offer this fabric with Southwick - it's not something in their line.


    Yes, our Vass shoes are $795 and Double Monks are $825. Shoe trees are now included in that price. The boots are the same price as before.

    I'm sure that you guys noticed that both us and another vendor both launched VASS at the same exact time. We were given a different cost structure for importing the shoes. But we went back to the drawing board and hashed out a cheaper system for bringing them in. So we were able to drop the price on the shoes - and pricing for both group buys and individual MTO's will be less as well. The boot pricing didn't change as it's very costly for VASS to make off-the-rack boots.

    I've got three group buys going up this evening, so we'll get all of that rolling. We're also the exclusive US agent to individual MTO orders.


    On a laced shoe you might be able to make it work, but I'd fear that the 7.5UK is going to be too big for you on the double monk. It's something that you need to wear pretty fitted.


    That's a lot to let out. I'd suggest doing a MTO for a size 31 or bringing in a size 32 a touch.


    Yup, coming out today - should be online shortly!


    Double Monks are fairly TTS. If you're on the edge of two sizes then go down a half - you need to wear those pretty fitted.

    You'll want to drop 1.5 for the Hawthorne (order an 8.5UK if you typically wear a US10). They're handsewns and they're meant to stretch a bit to fit.
     


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    I'm 11D in AE Strands and the Carmina Faulkner in 9UK are way too tight to wear.

    I went with the 10UK dub monks....
     


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    Nice stuff on sale. Picked up the wool-linen prince of wale walt.
     


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    Those are awesome. For some reason, these POW were the best fitting Walts right off the bat without alterations.
     


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    if i was a sz 30, i'd go on a field day with the sale, so many good trousers

    barena knit sc's also look good, cant wait for the fit pics of them
     
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  10. Epaulet

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    Hey guys!

    As you've seen, we're building out a ton of products here. I'll post them up as they go live. First off - may I present our new "Bartlett" jacket! Classic double-rider, slim fit, gorgeous leather, available in tough black and freaking awesome navy.

    We've received unbelievable feedback on our leather jackets this season. If you're into this style, then I don't think that you can do better than this piece. It's really something special:

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    Bartlett Double Zip Motorcycle Jacket Navy Cowhide: $995

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    Bartlett Double Zip Motorcycle Jacket Black Cowhide: $995
     


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    Hi Mike,

    How's sizing for gloves work?

    Thanks.
     


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    Second this...I assume the shearling gloves are shearling lined...
     


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    Thanks Mike. I'll hold off then. Although I do see some Vass double monks in gold calf for a group buy. Yea mon!
     


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    They're essentially S-M-L right now. I'm going to find some concrete sizing advice online and post it up to complete the items later tonight. Sorry about that. I asked the manufacturer what the three most common sizes for gloves were.
     


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    Sounds great! Thanks!
     


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