Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread

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  1. FatherGuido

    FatherGuido Well-Known Member

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    Is that a store or your closet? On the Epaulet thread one can't ever tell.
     


  2. stmaier

    stmaier Senior member

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    Mike-

    What would the magic number need to be for the Cramerton rerun? I see 7 that have publicly stated interest...6 works for Carmina MTOs....:D
     
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    Mike -- you look ready for the invasion of the humanoid robots! Just imagine if you were wearing the Barrett jacket :cool:


    I have a pair of the Dickies 1922 (or is it 1933?) cramerton cloth trousers. They are the "slim fit" version and still like wearing stove pipes on my legs. I don't remember what those cost -- I probably got them on sale, but $195 is not out of the realm of possibility for me. For me, any other "kahki" would be obsolete.
     
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  4. Mr Clemson

    Mr Clemson Senior member

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    Been slammed at work and now catching up on the board. Mike, I love shooting skeet. My wife's family owns a bunch of land here in SC, so we get to duck hunt, shoot skeet, camp, ride four wheelers, etc., but the only problem is that it's about 3 hours away and the paying hunting club members get first dibs of course. Those pics really makes me wish we could go more often. [​IMG]

    BTW, there are a bunch of awesome photos for the contest. I'm looking forward to seeing them all in one location.
     


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    El Argentino Senior member

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    Out in CA at Disneyland on a post-exam vacation and tried to swing by SM today to say hi. Did not realize Tuesdays were closed too (remembered talk about Mondays from the thread). So, my heart was in the right place, Mike!

    Store looked great though, having only been here for the opening last Summer. Got to see some stuff through the window that I'd been debating from the e-store that I'll now have to pull the trigger on (charcoal/ultraviolet flannel for starters). Whatever that flecked, grey, long-sleeve polo is also looked immensely appealing. The color on the new rust DWR rivet chino is great too.
     


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    +1
     
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    awesome. sounds like an epaulet long weekend in south carolina is in order sometime when the paying club folk aren't around. . . .
     


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    aldenfan Senior member

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    I'm considering purchasing a Southwick MTO Hopsack Sportcoat in Navy wool. I want to upgrade my work attire and I've read that a Navy Hopsack sportcoat would be a versatile option. Would this sportcoat work well integrating into a variety of business outfits? What options would you go with?
     


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    Orange Russet Walt's maiden voyage

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  10. kidamerica17

    kidamerica17 Well-Known Member

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    The jacket-pant combination is really amazing.
     


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    Mr Clemson Senior member

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    Sounds like a plan! [​IMG]
     


  12. SeanMarcellus

    SeanMarcellus Well-Known Member

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    I'm fairly new to nice clothes, I've heard good stuff about Epaulet I think I want to try some of the wool trousers. I'm on a mission to find warm dress pants.

    Dose anyone know what the warmest fabric would be? A couple weeks ago it was getting up into the low 20's here. Currently I wear a wool base layer and my thin wool slacks, which is not enough.

    Also how does the sizing run? I'm looking at the Walt fit. All my other trousers are 34's but measure 36 1/2 inches.

    Thanks in advance,
    Sean
     


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    joshg8 Well-Known Member

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    A+ fit
     


  14. Don L

    Don L Senior member

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    Sean:

    Check out the special order Mink/Wool trousers. Right in your strikezone!
    Otherwise, the Flannels, Tweeds would be your warmest
     


  15. SeanMarcellus

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    ah.... Yes I was just checking that out.
    Do you have any idea how the sizing runs for the Walt fit?

    All my other trousers are 34's but measure 36 1/2" waist.
     


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