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I was at a dealer in Atlanta a couple of weeks ago. I missed meeting the JMM rep by hours. The dealer said to expect royal Dealans in late April -early May. I’ve already lowered my expectations that they will likely be much darker than actual royal blue, closer to navy which I’m not interested in.Any guesses as to when the Royal colorway will be out? Those Royal Walkers are insane.
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I do believe this color is Marine, at least based on this photo on the JMM site. The tint of blue looks the same, including how it becomes opaque in the thicker sections
Sorry but he started on Fellini, touched on the Walker but then returned to Fellini detailing the 3 year plan, it being a piece of art and finally finding the factory to produce it.He was actually talking about the Walkers.
Dealan, Fellini, Enzo/Taos would be my top three though
Maybe you’re right. Thought marine was more of a solid navy just like walnut is more of a solid brown. With royal being slightly lighter with the translucency. But to further confuse things there is the Marquina color which is another shade of blue, but no clue where that fits in the spectrum.
Are G.O.D part of the JMM "empire"? The return policy states to email [email protected] to request a free shipping label...These look really good thanks for posting.
Too bad not well known here in america and no returns outside of Australia so I big gamble but food for thought.
That IS interesting ... I didn't even notice that!