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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. avsmusic1

    avsmusic1 Senior member

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    As a side note to the heirloom convo - I would LOVE something similar in cotton. I don't know if Northern Watters works with cotton but I'd love something like that and would be more likely to opt for a funkier color in the cotton version b/c it would get worn more like a hoodie in the warmer months
     
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  2. Nik Telford

    Nik Telford Senior member

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    @Epaulet are the yarn choices you guys are offering all on the Nothern Watters website? Or are you guys getting some exclusive colours for this project?

    Edit: Also will us Canadians be charged tax if we opt for the direct shipping option?
     
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  3. Don L

    Don L Senior member

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    EFF Rivet's arrived. Cranberry and Blue Guncheck Cotton's

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    love those! Hows the hand on them?
     
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    These are AWESOME
     
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    Damn no kidding!
     
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    Its nice and soft and a real nice 2-3 season weight.
     
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    To add in on the heirloom sizing...I'm 6'4" and typically weigh between 200-205, and I wear a 42 in the heirloom pretty comfortably. If anything, it's just a tad short and I would probably order the long version if that is available on this round of pre-orders. For reference, I don't own any EP shirts at the moment, but I'm right in between an L and XL. I have 2 EPLA pique tees in L and those fit great, nice slim fit but not overly tight. I tried on an XL in the pique tee and it was too big.
     
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    In for electric blue hoodie...anyone with me?
     
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  10. kumizi

    kumizi Senior member

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    Got my EFF Rivets today. Very happy with the purchase.

    Can't wait for the EFF shirts and then the Cuomo sneakers.

    You guys have been killing it. :slayer:
     
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    justinkapur Senior member

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    And I'll see you there!
     
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    Recent EFF haul...

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    ^ nice haul

    Mike - pretty sure this must have been addressed at some point but any return of the Southwick Napoli duck sport coats? Love these ones and wouldn't mind more.
     
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    First long sleeve henleys landed today, pistachio and cement. Immediate winners. Also grabbed a couple of button downs, including my first seersucker. I wear my university stripe OCBDs into the ground and the seersucker BD should be a perfect summer substitute. It won't be long before every one of my staple casual items has an Epaulet tag in it.
     
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    Forgot to say, kudos to Mike for not only the great finds but adding a fabric sample of each pant. It's the little things.
     
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    You're essentially my size, but I was led to believe I should take a S in EPNY shirts if I find the S in EPLA just a bit small. Also, if this helps, I have a 38 in the Doyle and that fits me just about right (maybe a touch loose without a sweater underneath, and had to have the sleeves shortened a half inch or so). Mike, care to weigh in on this? I'm also certain to pre-order an Heirloom but need to nail my size!
     
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    Any word on a date for the "chrome" trainers arrival?
     
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    @Epaulet - have all the Rudy and Rivet EFF trousers shipped? I ordered quite a few pair and the shipping confirmation I got recently has only 1 pair listed in it.
     
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    Quote:Thanks for the sizing tips on those. I'm pretty similar just about 6'3". Typical jacket size is a 44L. I see your listing a few 42s would you say to follow jacket sizing then?
     
  20. avsmusic1

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    I'd probably go 38/Med if I were you. If the 38 doyle works and you take a S in the shirts than the 38 heirloom should be just about perfect.

    If I were 10lbs lighter and an inch shorter (roughly your size) I would have gotten a 38/M
     
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