Farinellis: Official Affiliate thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Mauro, Aug 8, 2008.

  1. gwydion

    gwydion Senior member

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    Thanks for the good words everyone. Oboy_Oboy- let's see if we can get you some buttons / rivets I will have all the shirts ready to go in a few weeks and the work pant soon after. It will be followed but a winter trouser and or chino with a KILLER Peacoat. Hopefully I will have some sweaters and a cool cardigan. MJK and I will be doing a barn jacket !
    Do you think these peacoats will be warm enough for winters up here in Canada? Need to start saving even more for the fall/winter...[​IMG]
     
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    Do you think these peacoats will be warm enough for winters up here in Canada? Need to start saving even more for the fall/winter...[​IMG]

    No doubt. It's almost winter here in Minnesota. I've been looking at a new Peacoat.
     
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    hey did anyone else on here purchase the epualet x SF shirts? i am trying to compare my sizes but i think i am inbetween a small and XS. I purchased a small in the epualet shirts and not sure which way to go with the WvG line
     
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    hey did anyone else on here purchase the epualet x SF shirts? i am trying to compare my sizes but i think i am inbetween a small and XS. I purchased a small in the epualet shirts and not sure which way to go with the WvG line

    I'm 6'0, 140 with like a 35-36" chest and the XS fits me perfectly.
     
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    I'm 6'0, 140 with like a 35-36" chest and the XS fits me perfectly.

    Great I guess im going xs. I'm 5'7 and 135 pounds.

    As always thanks for the help. Great customer support!!!
     
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    Great I guess im going xs. I'm 5'7 and 135 pounds.

    As always thanks for the help. Great customer support!!!


    I wear XS in Band as well... Just want to make sure you get the right size. I'd order the exact same size you get in Band.
     
  7. Mauro

    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    The peacoat should be warm enough. The fabric will be from woolrich. the U.S. Navy peacoat is 24oz. Mine will be 30oz and I am thinking about a liner just for the people in Fargo and canada.

    I am making a lighter wieght Barn coat ofr the people in Cali and warmer areas.

    The coats are going to be pricey but WILL be effing sweet.
    Best,
    Mauro
     
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    The peacoat should be warm enough. The fabric will be from woolrich. the U.S. Navy peacoat is 24oz. Mine will be 30oz and I am thinking about a liner just for the people in Fargo and canada.

    I am making a lighter wieght Barn coat ofr the people in Cali and warmer areas.

    The coats are going to be pricey but WILL be effing sweet.
    Best,
    Mauro


    Can you speculate on a price range right now? My pricey is probably other peoples' cheap here, hah.
     
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    30oz will be plenty warm.
     
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    THX MAURO [​IMG]
     
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    The peacoat should be warm enough. The fabric will be from woolrich. the U.S. Navy peacoat is 24oz. Mine will be 30oz and I am thinking about a liner just for the people in Fargo and canada.

    I am making a lighter wieght Barn coat ofr the people in Cali and warmer areas.

    The coats are going to be pricey but WILL be effing sweet.
    Best,
    Mauro


    Thank you for thinking of the Canadians. We have some cold winters [​IMG]
     
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    Can you speculate on a price range right now? My pricey is probably other peoples' cheap here, hah.

    Yeah, would be great to know if I'm going to be able to afford this.

    Thank you for thinking of the Canadians. We have some cold winters [​IMG]

    Agreed. Thanks Mauro [​IMG]
     
  14. Mauro

    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Honestly I am not sure and it really depends on how many I make.
    I have to speak with the two factories I want to use.
    They will be under 1,000.00 for sure. I would like to see it around 600.00 clams before SFD.
    It's still in the air now. Sorry I can't give you a more accurate price.
    best.
    Mauro
     
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    is the cali weather coat going to be less
     

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