Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.
^^ HOLY SHIT!
That looks so dope. Why didn't any of my teachers dress this way?
Sounds like a fair bit of work! I know measuring sleeve length from the shoulder is tough with raglan sleeves - would it be possible to get a sleeve length from the center back (a la dress shirts) for the size Medium Gant Varsity?
Sure thing, here's the measurements from the center back and the seam under the sleeve. We've sold quite a bit of these in the store and I haven't seen the sleeve length be an issue yet. Often times, the sleeves are very long on the Gant Michael Bastian pieces, but pretty normal on the Rugger items. They're quite slim too, so even if they're a little long it might not be a problem when you're actually wearing it.
From center back: approx 35.5"
From seam under the sleeve: 22.25"
From center back: approx 36"
From seam under the sleeve: 22.5"
Thanks Mike - much appreciated, and another indication of the great service from Epaulet
NewYorkRanger is the best dressed teacher in NYC, and the beard is fierce.
Somebody please buy all of S size fair isle shirts I want to jump off the bridge every time I see that and realize I can't afford it
Thanks fellas. Twist on Fridays theme:
Japanese Twill Rivets with Western Belt.
Love it when the Quebecois invade the Garden. Love it more when they go home saying, "Je suis mauvais!"
Epaulet shirt, pants, belt.
I really need to buy more of your gear!
It's incredibly wearable.
Nice pics Meso
I noticed that you're clearing out the existing CPO jackets but you also mentioned a few pages back that you have material on order for a new batch. Are you tweaking the style/colors or is everything staying the same?
I actually have the navy one and wear it all the time, so I'm more curious if anything is changing about the next run.
Any new word on the Ravello Brixton?
Anyone have this shirt. How red is the color since it looks slightly pink?
It's pretty red. Don't worry.
Picked up both this and the white chambray.
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