Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mrchariybrown, Sep 1, 2015.
edit: nvm answered already
i really hope i'm in the next shipment batch! i've been buying clothes to specifically wear with my new jacket. i cant wait to see the oxblood leather!
ridiculously large. i put something in the interior pocket and i have to reach down almost to hem level to find it. this should be changed...
exterior upper pockets as well, though not as drastic
Bothers me on my TOJ BCDR. I put my passport in there and I end up having to go elbow deep to grab it. Just since we're making very small complaints, that's my contribution.
I like how deep the pockets are despite how far down I have to reach to take something out. It's nice being able to store more things in them
was just speaking to a fellow TOJ owner regarding this a few days ago. absolutely hate how deep the interior pocket is.
gotta freaking use both hands with one reaching in and the other pushing up from the outside to retrieve my items.
its not a small complaint its a 900$ jacket.
I hope they leave it that way.
Got used to big pockets with Rick jackets
Just got my A2, goatskin is niiiiiice.
This feels like deja vu. iamacyborg always has a new leather.
Not in like, 2 years.
Received my black lamb CWU today. It shipped less than 2 weeks after I sent payment. It fits me perfectly. Thanks Falcon!
An obligatory bathroom pic since I'm too lazy to set up my tripod.
I'm 6'5", went MTM, probably would be something like a size 57.
The lamb feels softer and thicker than my last lamb TOJ jacket, which I received 3 years ago, although it's hard to really gauge the thickness without any calipers. The TOJ lamb has more of a dry, slippery feel to it. I really like the way both feel, just a different thing going on with each. The Falcon jacket has a little veininess on the back which isn't very noticeable and some on the front near the shoulders which is more noticeable. You can probably see it if you blow up the picture. But honestly, I don't care. I can't wait to get it broken in.
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