Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by joshgustin, Oct 15, 2013.
Any plans for a heavyweight flannel?
I second that proposition
Got an e-mail from Gustin yesterday stating that #166 (Italy indigoxindigo) is in sewing already and should be shippable Nov 18th. Has anybody any idea about #28 (cream slate flannel) status? The original production date for #166 was November and for #28 October, now the #28 seems to be pushed to October/November.
Any news about the "tall" option for shirts?
I saw this in Gustin's instagram so I think the tall option will be available very soon.
I am new to Gustin so please correct me if I was wrong. I checked all the past campaigns in Gustin’s website. Iit seems no indigo selvedge trucker had ever been made. I am a bit surprised that there were brown, olive and black truckers but no indigo.
Team Gustin, can you please make a run for a raw indigo trucker? It would be a great piece for winter. Thanks!!
I was just asking about this on the WearGustin community forum. Apparently, they did one campaign of a denim trucker and it failed to fund. They haven't revisited it since
Where is the gustin community forum? The old link redirects to the store.
You have to be looged in with your gustin account.
We've been looking for a while but haven't found anything we love yet. We'll keep on it.
Happy to see that Gustin is finally offering a tall version of their shirts. I love my Gustin oxford but really wanted a version that was a little longer. I just backed both the white and blue Japan oxfords in the newly released tall version today.
Now we wait for people wanting Tall Slim to start complaining
I already emailed them last month asking if anybody had returned a chore coat or trucker jacket because the arms were too long. Hell is trying to find a natural-fiber casual jacket when you're tall and thin. We've been complaining for a while.
How much shrink in the inseam did people experience with their Gustin jeans? I'm waiting on some HA's but the 34 inseam is a bit worrisome. If it shrinks much they'll be useless after the first soak/wash.
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