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Jay Allen

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Ahaz, Apr 11, 2006.

  1. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    This is me (153-155 lbs, 40" chest, 31 inch waist, 5'11"), in Jay's "Star" shirt in a medium.

    [​IMG]
     


  2. pscolari

    pscolari Senior member

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    Gotta spread the love. Ordered a bespoke from Jay a few months ago.

    Have got to say the shirt itself is like wearing a roll of charmin.

    I have one other t-shirt which is ridiculously soft. However, that is due to 10 years of wear. I'll be back for the 04101 soon.
     


  3. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Sized Down 2

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    This is me (153-155 lbs, 40" chest, 31 inch waist, 5'11"), in Jay's "Star" shirt in a medium.
    d00d, what's up with those flares? I'm 6'1 165, and a medium fits me just a little bit looser around the chest than yours fits you, and similarly elsewhere. It must just be something to do with your frame versus minya's/etc. My frame is very small, classically ectomorph. I'm only at a 38/39" chest now because of many, many hours in the gym (with a lot of focus on the chest specifically). If I was back at 150ish, I'd be a 36 and probably need a small to fit me like your medium fits you. And to join the chorus, jay's shirts are amazing. Soft as hell, amazing technique.
     


  4. Esposito

    Esposito New Member

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    This is me (153-155 lbs, 40" chest, 31 inch waist, 5'11"), in Jay's "Star" shirt in a medium.
    My measurements are almost exactly the same as LA Guy's and the mediums are a great fit for me, both the hoodies and the shirts.
     


  5. minya

    minya Senior member

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    I must have a skinny-ass chest or something. I don't know.
     


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    Does anyone have pics of the hoodies?

    None on the site either from what it seems.
     


  7. Ahaz

    Ahaz Senior member

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    Great, great pictures guys. The Chocolate Rain and Star look nothing like I had pictured. The Medusa tee looks great too. Keep postin' up pics if ya'll got 'em.
     


  8. Arethusa

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    Does anyone have pics of the hoodies? None on the site either from what it seems.
    Yeah, the post on the hoodies was lost in the Great Crash. Maybe Fok has pictures lying around? At worst, I'm sure Jay can post some when he gets back after the weekend. [edit] Found them. Acid Rain [​IMG] Fire [​IMG] Patriarch [​IMG] Red Square [​IMG] War Paint [​IMG]
     


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    shellshock Forum Mascot

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    that fire hoodie is THE JAM!
     


  11. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    that fire hoodie is THE JAM!

    Sorry I've been a little out of touch. I'll try to get one of those in an AA XS (American Girl of Classic American?) out to you as well. I'll give you a call when back in Boston (am in Canadia right now.)
     


  12. montecristo#4

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    Any plans to print those designs on a color other than brown?
     


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    As long as this thread is going...

    5'7", 41" chest. What sizes do I want to look at--M usually? Decided I want to get a T for my sister so might as well tack on some stuff for me [​IMG] Totally dig the patriarch hoody. Also, early on in the Jay Allen experience, there were some pics of his Ts on female models. Did those survive the crash? I'd like to send them on to my sis with the shirt.

    Cheers
    Tom
     


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    Sorry I've been a little out of touch. I'll try to get one of those in an AA XS (American Girl of Classic American?) out to you as well. I'll give you a call when back in Boston (am in Canadia right now.)

    woo canada! patience is a virtue, right? (^_^)
     


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    Those hoodies are easily the most attractive, distinctive hoodies I have ever seen. I don't spend that much time looking at hoodies because I usually don't like them but man, those are changing my mind...
     


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