Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.
What are the pants in this pic?
Not this season - we just restocked Olive and British Tan earlier in the year. I haven't brought in black in over 12mos, so we're going to discontinue that color, and we put the remaining stock on sale.
Nice, thanks for posting the pic!
Caramel calfskin and Saddle (dark tan) shell cordovan. Both of these colors are absolutely brilliant.
Good find, you're going to love that shirt. It ran ever-so-slightly smaller than the other gitman shirts, and the fabric has a nice hand to it. It's a cool piece to wear.
Fit on the Stone Chinos is basically the same as our other trousers. The "stone" color is a very traditional khaki tone and a true biz-caz color. The Cramertons are darker and have a touch of brown-olive.
UK Stone chino is very easy to dress up, and this a great price for a solid basic. If you need a trouser like this in your wardrobe, then I think that you'll really dig them.
Good question, I'm pretty sure that they're the Grey wool/cashmere dress pant.
Why did you have to put those stone chinos on sale? I already blew too much money this week. Must resist...
Mike, do you guys sell gift cards or have any plans to do so in the future? I always buy a bunch of starbucks gift cards for my coworkers for Christmas, but after showing a handful of them your site, I know quite a few of them would appreciate an Epaulet gift card far more.
BAD ASS ! Are those 2inch cuffs or 1.75inch? Buona Festa Rob!
how are the danger lownsdale soles in snow/ice?
You folks wearing the donegal pants, what's the temp? I fear I'd never wear something that heavy given that our winter is only about 40-60 degrees most of the time
No fuckkkkkk! I wanted to buy that navy rivet chino that was on sale!! Now is gone
The only ultra-warm, wearable-furnace-type trouser this season is the fully lined Harris tweed one, I believe. With the donegals, you should be very comfortable in that range. I've been wearing my donegals around once a week since the temperature went below 60 a few months ago. Like all wools, they breathe nicely. I've never felt too warm in them. (These are from last fall but the fabric is similar in weight to this fall's.)
They're good. They've got more grip than the Vibram Cristy sole (seen on our handsewns and a lot of work boots), and the boot itself is waterproof. It will hold up great in snow and ice.
That said, nothing will compare to the grip of a true lug sole for when it's really terrible out. If you've got a harsh winter and you really need a pair of solid boots, then I'd recommend the original Mountain Light. That thing is unbreakable.
Oh you should be just fine in that range. I'd say that these are good for any temps around 65 degrees or less. They're not psycho thick or warm.
Grazie! Two inches...
60 is fine for these...
Today, Khaki Canvas Rivets:
Sorry if I missed the latest update on Carminas but when do you guys start putting them up on the site?
^^ NYR Mezcal in the Slope?
Thanks. for ny winter and ski trips up north
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