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jantzen question...

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by discostu004, Nov 16, 2004.

  1. discostu004

    discostu004 Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    ok i am wearing a shirt that i LOVE how it fits. if i wanted to model this one, what measurements would i take to send off for a shirt. i won't send this one b/c i like it too much.
     
  2. j

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    I'd take the shirt and pin it out flat on cardboard, then take pictures with the tape laid across the measurements that Ricky wants. You'd have to look at the site or ask him, or undoubtedly someone else here will have input as to which measurements.
     
  3. chorse123

    chorse123 Senior member

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    I second the call for advice on this. I'm looking to order the first trial shirt soon.
     
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    I did pretty much what j recommends - I didn't take a picture but drew one with all the measurements very clearly indicated. I've oredered 18 shirts now and all are exactly perfect.
     
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    But how long did it take to get them? [​IMG]
     
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    water Senior member

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    Judging by my current waiting time... probably about 6 months. [​IMG]
     
  7. TomW

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    (TomW @ 16 Nov. 2004, 12:20) I've oredered 18 shirts now and all are exactly perfect.
    But how long did it take to get them? [​IMG]
    My longest wait was 8 weeks, my shortest was 3 weeks. I've found that the longer I'm a customer, the shorter the turn around. May have something to do with the orders getting larger too... who knows.
     
  8. water

    water Senior member

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    I placed a couple of orders as far back as late-May. However, due to the necessity to make a number of significant changes to my measurements, Ricky thought it best to start over with one shirt to check the fit. I ordered that shirt on 25 September. On 22 October Ricky e-mailed to tell me he was making the shirt.

    I really hope I get my shirt soon.
     

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