***....Falcon Garments - Official Affiliate Thread....*** MTM/MTO Leather Jackets

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  1. chaos

    chaos Senior member

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    For non-ribbed jackets, will the midsection still be slightly slimmer than the waist/hem? Or are you changing it to be completely V-tapered from chest to waist/hem?
     
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    d4nimal Senior member

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    With your arms down, front facing zippers at the cuffs face forward. Rear facing zippers face behind you.
     
  3. hoodog

    hoodog Senior member

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    Is it possible to order mid facing zippers?
     
  4. Peter1

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    Thanks for listening. Now about those gunmetal zips...
     
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  5. Joona

    Joona Senior member

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    What would the midsection then roughly be in future DR orders if I now have ~ 23" chest / 19.5" waist in my current DR1?
     
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    masshi Senior member

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    it's frustrating, yeah, but given how often it was brought up its comeback was inevitable
     
  7. Lucifer

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    Ach... Too bad for us that already ordered... The front facing zips are really interfering with my watch-game, as the zip-lining bulge interfere with my watch all the time. I guess that is the price I pay for being a beta-tester... :)


    Anyhows, more pics:

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    This is after two weeks-ish of wear. I like how it fits, feels very good. I think it looks rather good too, so great job on measurements/fit Charly!
     
  8. BeraQueezy

    BeraQueezy Senior member

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    I take pleasure knowing you never received your toj.
     
  9. mrchariybrown

    mrchariybrown Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    It's going to be of a similar pattern as before. Just not going to list it because it causes me headaches.

    For women's jackets, we'll do mid because most of the time, that requires a more intense taper.

    But for guys, it's not need.
     
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  10. mrchariybrown

    mrchariybrown Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Should come out similar to what you have now
     
  11. Distorbiant

    Distorbiant Senior member

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    What changes are happening to the belted Dr? Will epaulettes be optional?
     
  12. dvskei

    dvskei Senior member

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    same. still looks better than rear facing tho
     
  13. MxmHrpr

    MxmHrpr Active Member

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    Had an older ToJ A2 and can back this gripe, lack of decent hand warmer pockets is a dealbreaker.

    Can anyone vouch if you stuff your hands into the DR2 3-zip's waist-pockets comfortably?
     
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    Any update on winter coats potentially entering the mix? I've outgrown my ToJ peacoat and would love to give my business first and foremost to you guys!

    Thanks.
     

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