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Gustin - Official Affiliate Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by joshgustin, Oct 15, 2013.

  1. Surferbruce

    Surferbruce Member

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    Waxed cotton cafe racer?
     
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  2. noobedloser

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    A response like this makes me so hesitant to fund the current backpack. Especially when I don't know which fabrics you guys are gonna come out with and if I'll prefer this fabric/color over the current one and how often these are gonna be available for funding. Nonetheless, the backpack that is available now seems great.

    Just a side question @joshgustin, what shirt is the model wearing for the backpack? It looks like an olive/grey slub chambray shirt. Is it something that was available or will be available? I've been waiting on the indigo slub chambray to come back up again

    Edit: I've just backed the backpack. Just a question, If you come out with another version of the backapck that I like before my account is charged/made/shipped, can I transfer the funds to another one?
     
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    yeah, it's definitely the brown slub chambray - I've got one.
     
  5. gaseousclay

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    Check the Iron & Resin site. They have a waxed trucker similar to yours but that have a couple of variants with contrasting yokes. I'd be up for another trucker so long as it doesn't look horrible Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
     
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    Jackets for tall slim people. Just 1.5" more in the sleeves and I'd've backed two or three of the medium truckers and chore coats I've seen over the last few months.
     
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    I'd be so in for a topcoat in that herringbone fabric you used on the CPO.
     
  8. CafeRacer99

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    Love all the colors you are using now. Have the tan waxed trucker. I think black waxed would be great for a pack. It would wear nicely.
     
  9. DigDug

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    Socks- like Darn Tough mid & heavy weight
    TShirt - like Velva Sheen 90%cotton 10%poly, ring spun cotton. Keep them under $25
     
  10. joshgustin

    joshgustin Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    What do you like your bomber made out of?
     
  11. joshgustin

    joshgustin Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    We're definitely working on knits again so your t-shirt wish should come true. You liking the heavier weight jersey more?
     
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  12. avsmusic1

    avsmusic1 Senior member

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    I vote for the following:

    - Flannel lined trucker/chore coat
    - Heavy flannel shirts (10oz+)
    - A quality sweatshirt (e.g. I have a basic crewneck sweatshirt from American Giant that I'm in love with. They changed their fit/template to a more "relaxed" fit though and they completely ruined it. If you guys made something similar to the old version I would def buy)
     
  13. evolved

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    Flannel lined duck canvas chinos would be pretty nice, too.

    Edit: Also, some sort of military-like jacket/barn coat with a moto collar would also be very nice.
     
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  14. goldenbear

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    A linen shirt for summer would be nice. It would have to be offered early enough that it arrived no later than early July.
     
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  15. innerstyle

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    I'd vote for a tech fabric (Schoeller or similar) performance pant, current options out there are priced ridiculously.
     
  16. TruthStoryLies

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    I've been wanting a navy shell cordovan (similar to carmina navy shell) belt with stitchless edges and a silver dressy buckle
     
  17. joshgustin

    joshgustin Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    100% linen? We ran some pretty nice cotton/linen blend chambrays a while back.
     
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  18. joshgustin

    joshgustin Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    We've picked up the sweatshirt again recently. That one turned into the project I could never quite finish, but we're back at it and making progress. The fabric options for sweatshirts are pretty nice. We've found some vintage loop wheel from Japan that's just insanely cool.
     
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  19. prozach1576

    prozach1576 Senior member

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    yeah this would be great

    it'd be a bit of a departure from Gustin's aesthetic thus far so I can see why they wouldn't go for it but their business model would be awesome for technical garments
     
  20. Fueco

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    This, and some other tech garments (jacket, vest, etc) would be awesome.
     

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