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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. bradp

    bradp Senior member

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    Anyone own the gloverall duffle?
     
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    I own a gloverall duffle, not sure how much they differ from year to year but mine is a good fall coat. It's great for layering but definitely not suitable as a winter coat. The wind rips right through it. I live in southern Ontario though so it may work better if you live in a warmer climate.
     
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    My concern exactly. Thanks, NT
     
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    I own one too and live in the Detroit area (Southern Ontario's neighbor to the north) and wore mine all winter long last year during much of the dread POLAR VORTEX and Winter from Hell and thought it was actually quite warm. I'd wear it on long pre-dawn walks, usually with a Norwegian or Shetland sweater and found myself pretty warm. I think the beauty of the duffle coat is that it works great as a layering piece in poor weather while still allowing the full range of motion - it's basically like wrapping yourself in a big blanket! Sure, it's not as warm as an insulated parka or something like that, but it's easily the most comfortable piece of outerwear I own. I think of it as the outerwear equivalent of a sack suit.
     
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    thanks @Michigan Planner

    Winter in NYC was terrible last year too. People don't realize it, but our city is much windier than you'd expect (esp. lower manhattan where I live).

    the coat has a nice price point but I do suspect some layering underneath is usually necessary.

    decisions, decisions.
     
  6. Don L

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    MTO Gitman TTX Blue OCBD

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    Quick pick on the way out in Granite Slub Denim Doyle.
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    A little herringbone and color 8 for me, today.
    The trunk show was great.
    Mike has to show off that new pant pattern on here.... (based on Driggs)

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    What the what?
     
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    There is no way that anyone knows anything Epaulet related before you, Ryden. I'm shocked.
     
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    He's clearly playing it cool. Then he'll be like "Oh, that? Knew about that last week."
     
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    Good point! haha
     
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    @Epaulet Any Vest samples left from the Trunk Show?
     
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    Getting a trouser fix I need to scratch, how long will the MTO trousers be up for? These flannels and tweeds are calling to me. :)
     
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    Black overdye Doyle, EPLA gray saltwash OCBD (barely visible), Driggs

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    He had a bundle when I was there.
     
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    Cognac suede trainers in action...[​IMG]
     
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    A+ FC. Everything about that is spot on...one of my faves
     
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    he's pair of Edward green galway boots away from a perfect score, though
     
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    Thanks Rydenfan. Probably didn't overthink this one. Just put on some stuff I liked. :)


    But I prefer my footwear Hungarian...
     

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