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John Elliott - official affiliate thread

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

  1. optimaasprime

    optimaasprime Senior member

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    One and only pay check I get is on the 1st and 15th, from the Federal Government....
     
  2. optimaasprime

    optimaasprime Senior member

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    How much are you getting for your personnel training advice..
     
  3. VLSI

    VLSI Senior member

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    I guess that explains the unyielding adoration for something so bland.


    Lolwat? Because I post in the rhet thread? Talking about working out isn't exactly the same as fanatically obsessing over some clothing brand non-stop.
     
  4. optimaasprime

    optimaasprime Senior member

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    So obsessed and fanatically obsessing and posting every minute.. [​IMG] I'm sure you can find some screen print shirts some where in another thread.. if you don't like the brand you don't post here pretty simple. Oh if you been following, the stuff has been selling out pretty fast on its own.
     
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  5. VLSI

    VLSI Senior member

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    I don't dislike the brand, although it seems pretty stupid to say nothing negative should be posted here if someone had an actual grievance. It seems like nice stuff, just nothing exciting. I simply don't understand your obsession with them.
     
  6. Teger

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    when will the black escobar sweats be restocked?
     
  7. MIKE_JE

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    A week or two. I'll let SF know first.
     
  8. Nil

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    Any plans on releasing a long sleeve T? Something similar to the U-neck would be nice.
     
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    for sizing - i'm usually a 32-34, what am i looking for for a slim not ultra skinny fit? L or XL?
     
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    Large is my understanding for ~32 waist for a slim but not skintight fit. if you are a true 34 it might be pushing it.
     
  11. Teger

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    I'm more of a true 33? I'm a 32 in RRL, 33 in triple works, 32 in ande whall if that helps anyone. 33 in epaulet chinos, 34 in the wool trousers.
     
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  12. cyc wid it

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    Teger - I wear a 31 in EP chinos (old fit?) and a 30 in the Walts. I went with a L because I didn't want a shrink wrapped fit. They still fit snugly without even tying the drawstring. I'm not sure how much of a difference there is between sizes, but I'm inclined to say L or XL.
     
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    def XL from the sounds of it
     
  14. Banana Cognac

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    Teger - Im a true 33'' waist and I went with large and the fit is slim but not too slim like you are wearing tights.
     
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    so i am figuring everyone just hang dry their tees/tanks based on them being blends
     
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  16. notwithit

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    I've always machine dried them.
     
  17. cyc wid it

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    I hang dry all my nicer tees/tanks to be safe. Ymmv.
     
  18. gettoasty

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    I can't stand hang drying and not softening up in the dryer especially for tees since it can have a chance of the hanger causing an indentation in the shoulder. tanks would be fine to hang dry and wear IMO

    May give the J+E u-neck tanks a dry. looks like i missed out on the rounded hem
     
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    Drying rack/lay flat.
     
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    Needed some basics for summer so just ordered a mercer in L and U-neck in M. Hopefully they work out, also anyone know how long international shipping usually takes?
     

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