Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JOHN ELLIOTT, Apr 10, 2013.
It's against forum rules to post your own sale items within these threads.
The only exception is to feature your b&s threads in your signature.
Hello everyone. First post and came to say how excited I am for this collab with the GAP. Why? Because I can go out and spend about $600 on John Elliot items and go home with a bag full of his clothing! Unlike shopping at Atrium where I can go home with maybe 3 items. Ha!
@metsfan999 welcome, I got to say I'm pretty excited for this collab too haha
Just copping tee's so I can beat them.
I just gotta say though.. posting about your item in the brand's thread is actually really damn helpful. There have been plenty of SLP and JE&Co items I never would have seen/considered/bought otherwise.
Seems like the rule should be amended for threads that are dedicated to a particular brand IMO.
I will do the same!
Prices (if its not been posted):
Think I'll just stick with the real deal.
was looking for something similar to the escobar sweat with diagonal quilting on the knees rather than the plain panel--knew I'd seen it but couldn't place it
found the following doing a bit of searching--did the previous version of the escobar have this then (and take it these are gone and lost forever)?
yea the older ones were quilted, i have them in black and grey larges
Yeah they had problems with the quilting so stopped making them
how to size the escobars? measured waist of 35" and 32" on a pair of sweats I like...thinking the XL would work best? 12" thigh measurement has me concerned...6-3, 210 for reference
i would think with the newer fit u would want xl. im 6'4" 175 and a large in the old fit is a little too baggy so im guessing a large in the new fit would be perfect for me but ur legs are prolly a lot thicker than mine so id say xl
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