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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. racknac

    racknac Senior member

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    ^ Nice! I like the guy to the left of James. I could use a fairisle surprise in that pattern. Bring on the cold weather!

    same here, will be getting the scarf when it debuts.
     
  2. 1969

    1969 Senior member

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    And some other fairisle suprises.
    Fingerless gloves [​IMG]
     
  3. homefloyd

    homefloyd Well-Known Member

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    Fingerless gloves [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     
  4. jslade

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    Well, every different variety of cotton is going to drape and wear a little differently. But, with a little bit of wear, the canvas will look and drape pretty close to the other cottons that we use. Like denim, the canvas is a little stiff and starchy before its first wash, but you can expect it's going to break in with wear.

    And, on a totally unrelated note, I was going through the digital image folders on our store computer and I came across this. We're going to carry all four of these fairisle scarves in the fall. And fairisle sweaters. And some other fairisle suprises. The's wool's gorgeous, and they're knit in Ireland.

    Hey Mike,

    Would you say that giving the canvas chinos a cold wash and a hang dry will soften them up a bit?

    Fairisle scarves look great as well -- can't wait to pick up a pair come autumn!
     
  5. Beatlegeuse

    Beatlegeuse Senior member

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    Is there any word yet about offering the medium grey jacket or navy blazer in long sizes yet?
     
  6. StanleyVanBuren

    StanleyVanBuren Senior member

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    ... fairisle everything ...

    YeeeSSSSSSS

    yep, I'm in.
     
  7. samsterdam

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    Is there any word yet about offering the medium grey jacket or navy blazer in long sizes yet?

    I'd be interested in this as well. *crosses fingers*
     
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    elwood49 Well-Known Member

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    I'd be interested in this as well. *crosses fingers*

    +1 on the long sizes. I'm 6'4", and would love a navy blazer.
     
  9. MaxK

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    Went by the Smith St store to get some shorts and a shirt today. The wife got a pair of shoes, and we introduced my three week old son to the wonderful Epaulet folks. With the shoes my mother bought, and the belt I gave my father, almost every adult member of my family has at least one item from Epaulet. My sister will be in town at some point, that will probably make it a full sweep. The entire crew at Epaulet was helpful and awesome as always.

    The scarves look awesome, especially the one in the lower left image. [​IMG]
     
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    And, on a totally unrelated note, I was going through the digital image folders on our store computer and I came across this. We're going to carry all four of these fairisle scarves in the fall. And fairisle sweaters. And some other fairisle suprises. The's wool's gorgeous, and they're knit in Ireland.

    [​IMG]


    Put me down for fairisle blazer/varsity/jacket (would not be able to kop Junya so a worthy alternative), scarf, gloves and socks...yup no sweater.

    Another question:

    I am thinking about ordering this shoe.

    http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/t...e-Olive/Detail

    I was wondering if the sizing advice applies only to crepe sole style shoes because for some reason I recall hearing that Yuketen boat shoes with rubber sole are TTS. I may be confusing this with another brand [​IMG] This is why I am torn between 9 or 9.5. Since I am in Canada...really trying to avoid returning as well. My sizes for reference are:

    Sperry 10: fit well, but just slightly loose on the length, not unwearble or anything
    McNairy Saddles 9.5: Fit is same as above
    Clarks DB 9.5D: Same as above
    Common Projects 9: Perfect
    LANVIN 9: Perfect
    Alden Indy 405 9D: Don't own them yet, but remember trying them and they fit pretty good. Trubalance D must be massively wide since my foot width is just over D.
    Red Wing Classic Moc Toe boot: I can fit 8.5E or 9E.
     
  11. thebunk

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    yep, I'm in.

    Me as well.
     
  12. rebate

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    I've seen your site as well as your products. I can say that they look good. I like the Mens Buttondown Collar Forest Madras Shirt. It looks great.
     
  13. Epaulet

    Epaulet Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    same here, will be getting the scarf when it debuts.

    [​IMG]

    Fingerless gloves [​IMG]

    Oh yeah! That and fairisle bikini briefs

    Hey Mike,

    Would you say that giving the canvas chinos a cold wash and a hang dry will soften them up a bit?

    Fairisle scarves look great as well -- can't wait to pick up a pair come autumn!


    Absolutely. They'll feel stiffer right after drying, but more broken in after you wear it a bit.

    Is there any word yet about offering the medium grey jacket or navy blazer in long sizes yet?

    Actually, I can probably set up the navy sportcoat for a Short & Long special order run sometime in the next few weeks. I'll work to get the measurement differences so that I can post up the full specs.

    For the medium grey, I'm out of nearly all the fabric, so this next run of 24 medium coats is going to most likely be the last one.

    But, after we get the short & long sizing specs, it will probably be possible for us to run that off in the charcoal and navy suits that we'll do in early November.

    +1 on the long sizes. I'm 6'4", and would love a navy blazer.

    You got it - we can definitely make that happen

    Went by the Smith St store to get some shorts and a shirt today. The wife got a pair of shoes, and we introduced my three week old son to the wonderful Epaulet folks. With the shoes my mother bought, and the belt I gave my father, almost every adult member of my family has at least one item from Epaulet. My sister will be in town at some point, that will probably make it a full sweep. The entire crew at Epaulet was helpful and awesome as always.

    The scarves look awesome, especially the one in the lower left image. [​IMG]


    Thank you Max! Always a pleasure to see you and the family.

    Put me down for fairisle blazer/varsity/jacket (would not be able to kop Junya so a worthy alternative), scarf, gloves and socks...yup no sweater.

    Another question:

    I am thinking about ordering this shoe.

    http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/t...e-Olive/Detail

    I was wondering if the sizing advice applies only to crepe sole style shoes because for some reason I recall hearing that Yuketen boat shoes with rubber sole are TTS. I may be confusing this with another brand [​IMG] This is why I am torn between 9 or 9.5. Since I am in Canada...really trying to avoid returning as well. My sizes for reference are:

    Sperry 10: fit well, but just slightly loose on the length, not unwearble or anything
    McNairy Saddles 9.5: Fit is same as above
    Clarks DB 9.5D: Same as above
    Common Projects 9: Perfect
    LANVIN 9: Perfect
    Alden Indy 405 9D: Don't own them yet, but remember trying them and they fit pretty good. Trubalance D must be massively wide since my foot width is just over D.
    Red Wing Classic Moc Toe boot: I can fit 8.5E or 9E.


    Haha cool, I wish that we had a fairisle sportcoat in the works. I'm afraid Junya's probably going to be only game in town on that one for Fall.

    For the Yuketens, most of the customers have gone down a half size. These shoes fit TTS is the beginning, but they definitely stretch out significantly with wear. But it depends on the shape of your foot and how closely you prefer shoes to fit.

    Given your other sizing, I think that the 9.5D is going to be a good fit. Chances are it may be a little large, but that's always better than too small. I'd recommend getting that size.

    And I can tell you that owing and wearing these shoes will most likely mean that you'll never wear a pair of Sperry Top-Siders again. When you've felt a proper handsewn on your feet, there's no going back [​IMG]

    I've seen your site as well as your products. I can say that they look good. I like the Mens Buttondown Collar Forest Madras Shirt. It looks great.

    Thank you!
     
  14. racknac

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    Just stopped by the Orchard shop and walked out with the printed belt. No money for food now. Epaulet diet plan is working.
     
  15. Epaulet

    Epaulet Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Hey guys,

    Went through a bunch of returns and exchanges today - and lo and behold - we've got two smoke shadow dots back in stock! One medium and one large are looking for new homes right now:

    [​IMG]
    Point Collar Shadow Dot Shirt Smoke: $140
     
  16. Joe1182

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    5 pairs of chinos, with a pair of the shorts on the way- dangerous and looking forward to more. Just ordered the shorts and noticed that although I am registered, when I pay with PayPal it doesn't keep my order history in my Epaulet account. does this matter at all?

    As for the new suit jackets, hitched single vent? The double vent is fine and all but I feel beholded to the single vent. Too Americana?

    Saving up for the new Fall drops. Keep up the good work Epaulet!
     
  17. husbands

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    got my yuketens x epaulet ranger boots last friday and they are way nicer than I even thought they'd be. shipping was really fast too. my first epaulet purchase, but I'm sure there will be more.
     
  18. thebunk

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    Someone better jump on those Shadow Dots soon. Especially the Large (before impulsiveness takeover . . .)
     
  19. pistolero

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    Actually, I can probably set up the navy sportcoat for a Short & Long special order run sometime in the next few weeks. I'll work to get the measurement differences so that I can post up the full specs.

    For the medium grey, I'm out of nearly all the fabric, so this next run of 24 medium coats is going to most likely be the last one.

    But, after we get the short & long sizing specs, it will probably be possible for us to run that off in the charcoal and navy suits that we'll do in early November.


    Great news! [​IMG]
     
  20. lee_44106

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    For shoes with the moccasin constructions, are they repairable/resole-able?
     

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