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

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  1. venividivicibj

    venividivicibj Stylish Dinosaur

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    I always hate it when your train gets derailed....

    On a side note, I wonder if that's a normal pre-set choice (processed, being shipped, scanned, train derailment, pick one) or if they had to manually write that in.
     


  2. Don L

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    Loving the EPLA Work Shirt concept...
    Agree with the others on the rise for the Indochinos. The Rivet rise is just about the bare minimum for me....

    Beautiful SC's MrSix and Beatle

    Natural CXL Brixton's today
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    Rivet style chino with a slimmer leg from the knee down, YES!!!!! I have a decent sized waist and chicken legs so this is exactly what I want. I always get my Rivets tapered so I would be thrilled with this. Count me in for multiple pairs
     


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    I'm always after a good denim jacket...Can you provide any details on the denim weight or if it will be a more traditional design (ie Type II, III) or your own take?
     


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    I'm just a bit envious of the walt guys who have all the different tweeds etc. available, I heard they could be very warm especially when fully lined. I'm aching for some kind of a super-heavyweight cotton chino.

    Also, the denim shirt looks pretty interesting to me. I'm curious to hear the price point for that one.
     


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    I've been looking for an olive moleskin for a month now. Just purchased.
     


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    I agree on the rise; I'm tall and I don't think I could make a lower rise work, the rivet is pushing it already. I also think the the Rivet leg is slim enough, but I could get down with something a tiny narrower for the summer. The lightweight fabric sounds awesome though.
     


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    +1
     


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    Haha, I almost busted out those orange tweeds. Perhaps I will for next weekend's home game. The game was great but cold!

    You may be on to something re dying those orange. : )
     


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    Definitely agree re: the rise. Happier if it was .5 inch higher than Rivet. But slimmer from the knee down sounds great.
     


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    100% agree regarding the looser neck on the crew neck - would be preferable for layering over an oxford. Regardless, Mike this looks absolutely great.
     


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    I think I agree on the looser neck as well. However, I wouldn't want the length to be quite as long as a sweater since a sweatshort tends to hang, not cling to the waist.

    I would love to see an Ultimate Hoody. Thick but soft, shoe lace pull-string, brass grommets, super-duper long wearing.
     


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    Would love to see a shallower scoop on the hem, since I image this will be worn mostly untucked. Love it otherwise.

    For me as a skinny guy I couldn't deal with a rise any lower than the rivets. I've already switched mostly over to Walts for the sole reason that the higher rise helps my shirts stay tucked in better. Even with the rivets rise my shirts (of any fit, even very slim) tend to blouse/pull out a lot. I prefer the generally more casual details of the rivets (button fly, larger belt loops, no crease) to that of the Walt so I would love to see casual pants with a higher rise. I'm probably the only one, though!
     


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    I'm with you
     


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