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John Elliott - official affiliate thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JOHN ELLIOTT, Apr 10, 2013.

  1. parjustin

    parjustin Member

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    Lebron wearing the maroon anti-expo last night?
     
  2. leFLOPjames

    leFLOPjames Senior member

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    [​IMG] sage, saguaro, alpine, olive
     
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  3. gerg99

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    Yeah i noticed that too... def looks like the anti expo / classic curve slub.

    @dcvm1979 yessir the classic curve is a diff material, same as the anti expo. can't recall the names of the diff fabrics off hand but def different. first we saw of it was on those paneled pocket tees if i remember correctly
     
  4. battletoad

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    Should I go TTS with a medium or size down to a small? I wear medium in other tees and hoodies

    5'9, 155lbs
     
  5. Mackp12

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    tough call, depends on your build a bit. i'm 5'7, 145 lbs and medium in most tees and hoodies but needed a small in the anti expo. Small definitely achieved the intense fit for me. Medium was comical.
     
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  6. srizvi722

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    Alpine/olive > Sage > saguaro. I really wanted to like the saguaro color, but it kept reminding me of this..so I had to send it back
    [​IMG]
     
  7. nepats81

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    Damn you are completely deading entire colorways for JE. First royal blue now saguaro
     
  8. srizvi722

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    Haha I love JE. Those two were just not working with me/my skin tone
     
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    I hope these color ways make it to the Curve U-Neck.
     
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  10. optimaasprime

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    Oversized sweats > raw edge

    Cuff and stacks on oversized is pretty awesome. The elastic on cuff is tighter than typical sweat. So you should get great hold at whatever height you want to pull your pant legs up at. No fit pic cause I don't have a camera crew, daughter wants to watch Mickey Mouse so I won't have good lighting in the mirror. Maybe this weekend...
     
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    this is great news. Personally I love the raw edge. But my legs are bigger and I'm able to get a hold for stacking. I can see how other people have had issues with it.
     
  12. marcus-chi

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    Had been hawking the only sz. M Float Knit I could find, finally went on sale and was able to cop for $250.
     
  13. Sharkiex

    Sharkiex Well-Known Member

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    seeing the float knit mentioned reminds me; still looking for boucle anything for under retail in size S-M!
     
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    How did you size on them? Same size as escos?
     
  15. jstrath406

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    Get a small in the anti expo. I'm the same size as you and my small is still baggy.
     
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    I'd say small. However, you could order both and return whichever is ill fitting
     
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  17. trevorxflyint

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    Finally got my Mr. P distressed denim in and I love them. Removed the 2 small patches above the knee but they took me like 45 mins each. At that rate I feel like the larger patches will take forever. Am I missing something or does it just take that long to do? I've been using the seam puller and just going line by line pulling one thread at a time

    @Jbidwal EDIT: tagged the wrong person lol
     
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  18. Yoshi

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    It takes a while, but I was definitely faster than that. I wasn't very careful, just went at it and ripped as much as I could. If you can get it where the thread is "locked" in, you can pull a bunch out at a time.
     
  19. nsubrmnn

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    Are the patches really that bad?
     
  20. trevorxflyint

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    Gotcha, didn't want to mess anything up but might just need to start yanking it and see where that gets me. I remember jbidwal saying the larger patches took about an hour so I figured there might be some trick since the small ones I did took so long.


    Honestly it's not hard to do, it's just tedious. There is a good bit of sewing though
     

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