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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. Epaulet

    Epaulet Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Sweet!!! I have been wanting the OD rip-stop chinos for a while and was dissapointed when I saw them off the site...can't beat less then 1/2 price, just dropped my order for some 33's. Thanks!
    Thank you sir! OD Chino Clearance is up: [​IMG] EP's Rivet Chino Olive Drab Clearance: $65 Please note: these run one inch larger than tagged (we recommend sizing down one) and they are final sale. No returns or exchanges can be accepted.
     
  2. kgmessier

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    That price is insane!!!
     
  3. Epaulet

    Epaulet Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    That price is insane!!!

    Oh yeah, they're crazy!

    [​IMG]

    Thanks for all the orders guys - these are going fast!
     
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    Same problem here. I'm a bit gutted it only goes up to 18" shoulders [​IMG]

    We worked on the jacket fit for a while, but it is still our first run. If you guys have any feedback or wishes for the next production batch, please PM them over. We're always trying to improve our fits.

    Mike, how did you measure the shoulders? Front or back? Seam to seam or something else? I've found shoulder measurements can vary wildly, esp. between the front and the back. Might put many people's minds at ease if they knew how this was measured.
     
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    Epaulet Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Mike, how did you measure the shoulders? Front or back? Seam to seam or something else? I've found shoulder measurements can vary wildly, esp. between the front and the back. Might put many people's minds at ease if they knew how this was measured.

    It's from seam to seam. But, if you measure it from one physical end to another, it adds an extra 0.5" to the overall measurment.

    When you guys look at sportcoat measurements, do you know what the convention is for stating shoulder measurements? I could be doing it wrong.
     
  6. asto

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    Received my pair of the 'Rivet Chino Charcoal Herringbone' today and I just wanted to say YEEESSSSS hahaha. First time buying a pair of chinos at full pop (usually wearing denim so I look for sales on other legwear [​IMG] ) and they are definitely worth it..super soft, love the herringbone pattern and I really really (!) like the fit. Pretty sure I'm just going to buy all my chinos and trousers from Epaulet, thank you guys for a great product.
     
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    Okay... i think i now own all of Epaulet's Rivet Chinos.
    Thank you sir! OD Chino Clearance is up: EP's Rivet Chino Olive Drab Clearance: $65 Please note: these run one inch larger than tagged (we recommend sizing down one) and they are final sale. No returns or exchanges can be accepted.
     
  8. StanleyVanBuren

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    It's from seam to seam. But, if you measure it from one physical end to another, it adds an extra 0.5" to the overall measurment.

    [​IMG] I can't wrap my head around this statement.

    I've always measured across the back, just enough below the bottom of the collar such that you can put the tape in a straight line across.

    Best bet might just be to post a photo and I'm sure someone in MC [​IMG] can confirm if it's the correct measurement.
     
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    [​IMG] I can't wrap my head around this statement. I've always measured across the back, just enough below the bottom of the collar such that you can put the tape in a straight line across. Best bet might just be to post a photo and I'm sure someone in MC [​IMG] can confirm if it's the correct measurement.
    I'm a little say-wha? about that as well. I'm also curious how shoulders are measured on the woven shirts. Is there a different method for that versus sport coat measurements? Also, are these measurements take with the garment laying flat, or while wearing the garment? - Keith
     
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    It's the standard procedure, guys. Top of seam A to top of seam B across the back of the garment.

    I think Mike was referring to the extra fabric, beyond the shoulder seam, added by the top part of the sleeve when including the extra 0.5". It would be mostly negligible and isn't normally measured.

    My feedback on the SC sizing would just be that the shirts go up to a 19.5" shoulder. To match that, the SC's should surely go up to 20"?
     
  11. CasinoRoyale

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    I have a Hickeystyle jacket that I measured and the measurements are pretty much the same as the sport coat. That would mean it's pretty slim but yeah it doesn't seem off to me. Haven't measured any of my shirts though.

    Whether they should of made bigger sizes I dunnno but it seems like a pretty slim cut as stated.

    And I've measured as always like the MC FAQ on measuring says: from one seam to the other, across the back, at the widest point(of the seams, not the fabric)
     
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    Thank you sir! OD Chino Clearance is up

    Woooo! I'm between 33-34 and am wearing a 33 in British Khaki. Unfortunately there's no 32s in the clearance, so I'm just gonna bite it on the 33. A 34 1/4 waist should be fine. The rest of the measurements seem identical to the other chinos by size, is it only the waist that's diff on these? Still, looking forward to!
     
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    My feedback on the SC sizing would just be that the shirts go up to a 19.5" shoulder. To match that, the SC's should surely go up to 20"?
    This is my feedback, too. It recommends a 38R for people who take a Medium in the shirting, but the shoulder is 1" smaller. Regarding measurement conventions, this is what I know: http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/T...easurement.htm
     
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    Just got the Thorogood 685's in the mail the other day. Wore them to work today and I'm blown away by the quality, value, and looks. They are really beautiful. I feel like they are a no brainer for the price. Bought some Red Wing Gentleman Travelers recently (in cigar color) and as much as I love Red Wings, these Thorogoods just feel and look better all around. I gotta hand it to Epaulet... they have some seriously good taste in their offerings. BTW, thanks to this forum for introducing me to the Thorogoods.... in one of the boot threads. Now that I know about Epaulet, I'm worried about my wallet [​IMG]
     
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    Mike,

    I sent you a PM, could you check it out?

    And guys, the charcoal flannel I received is awesome. Would highly recommend it.
     
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    post pics ... me no like recommendations with no pics
     
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    Anyone have the Nau jacket? They are on sale but no returns on them
     
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    Okay... i think i now own all of Epaulet's Rivet Chinos.

    Fo' realz? I must match this feat.
     
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    here's another cross-post from WAYWT showing off the Thorogood 685 boots, along with an Epaulet shirt as well. Jeans are APC.

    [​IMG]
     
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