Gustin - Official Affiliate Thread

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  1. evolved

    evolved Senior member

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    @joshgustin and Team Gustin.....


    As I look from my office window on this dreary December day here in St. Louis, I'm thinking ahead to warmer months. Given your typical lead time after a successful campaign, do you all have any plans to offer some lighter shades of denim around late December/early January in anticipation of spring and the warmer months? Something along the lines of the Summer Blue/Japan Azure/Italian Powder Blue, or something similar?
     
  2. joshgustin

    joshgustin Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    Oh yah, we'll definitely get back on lighter weight or lighter shade denim. I predict some will appear this month.
     
  3. evolved

    evolved Senior member

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  4. nomeX

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    I went with a small as well. Just watch those arms, I could use another inch or so. Read my posts above and fit pics in the gallery/posts.
     
  5. joshgustin

    joshgustin Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    Since you gents on this forum have been instrumental in prodding me along on a lined trucker, I thought I'd let you weigh in on a few lining choices. Below are two lighter weight flannels I'd like to try (bottom is our waxed brown fabric). What do you like?

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  6. nomeX

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    I prefer the brown/blue material as a liner... too bad I already own the Brown and Olive waxed truckers.
     
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    +1, though I probably wouldn't get one. California "winter" and all....
     
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    Another vote for the blue/rust flannel liner. I think that would look especially good paired with the Dark Oak too
     
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  9. evolved

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    Or today even! lol


    How would you say the Italy Pure Blue compares in color to the Oka Standard? It fits the bill of lighter weight, but is the color substantially different?
     
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    I like the lighter color liner.
     
  11. joshgustin

    joshgustin Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    Okayama starts with a bit of a green/grey cast. The Italian fabric is very pure blue and has smoother texture.
     
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    when is the Cone 101 WS shipping?
     
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    Either liner would work. My vote goes for the dark oak trucker as well Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
     
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    When are you guys shipping the IndigoxIndigo chore coats? They were supposed to ship last week but still nothing.
     
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    same for the CPO, killed it for me, there has to be more economical methods, I've never paid that much for shipping any clothing across the border
     

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