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John Elliott - official affiliate thread

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

  1. someguyinboston

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  2. Mackp12

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    The Zanerobe king himself! Glad to see you hopping on the JE train... your in for a treat. I have a 28 in the cast coast (wash is unreal). I typically wear a 30 in denim and even 31 sometimes if it's super skinny denim. The waist definitely stretches out after a few wears. I wore a 30 in sureshots and denim slingshots if that helps as well
     
  3. Clint Alvin

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    Hahaha Dude!!! (What's your IG?)

    Yeh - expanding my wardrobe a tad.

    Curve Tee's arrived today - Luxe as hell. I'm hooked. I'm generally a Comfy 32" in most Zanerobe Pants but I am a 30 in Slingshots (Salty & Blow Out) I might grab the 28" that they have and at least try. Worst case scenario I sell or send them back.

    I have a cart full of JE right now... I'm in trouble!
     
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    Looks like someone is selling the dark gray escobars on ebay. Nice price if only i was a small!
     
  5. kjbaron89

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    My 29 coasts have definitely stretched. The 28 was almost a perfect fit just too tight in waist, thighs, and crotch. I think the waist would've stretched out to be perfect but my I felt like a pulse in my thighs they were skin tight and My boys weren't happy in the crotch. Love my 29s though been wearing them a lot lately.
     
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    chiggah Senior member

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    How do i size kito/escobar if im a 30-31 waist ?

    Take small or medium ?

    And for villain hoodies go for small if im a 46 ?
     
  7. beans718

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    got my co mix tees in.. anyone else notice they run shorter all around.. may need to exchange for a a med..
     
  8. srizvi722

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    i wear a Medium in both Kitos/Escobars and I wear a size 29"
    Ish are like leggings if you size down too much.
     
  9. GTFan712

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    Yes. Co-Mix tees fit slightly shorter.
     
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    Well I was completely wrong on sizing on my first John Elliott order, I ordered the Classic Crew tees in Medium and they are skin tight across my chest, back and shoulders (actually doesn't look that bad in the pics though) so need to swap them out for Large but love the colours and the quality.

    Ignore the joggers just threw them on

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    Also ordered a Villian Hoodie from a UK online site to try out the sizing so got that in a Medium and Large and kept the Large for the slim fit but at least I know if I want a looser fit to go for XL. Again great quality but now the dark grey one in large is out of stock haha

    Any news on a restock John Elliott in large?

    http://www.johnelliott.co/products/hooded-villain-dark-grey
     
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  13. DrinkOrDie

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    this bomber jacket is so fresh!

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  14. Bertdinner2

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    im 6'4" 175 and 32 waist. I wear a medium in kitos but large in escobars. I would say go for a small. The kitos have a lot of extra length obviously so u want them tight or they look sloppy and stupid.
     
  15. Bertdinner2

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    Doubled up on the comix tees from atrium sale...can't pass up JE at 25% off or more lol[​IMG]
     
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  16. DrinkOrDie

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    Amen. Early black Friday lol
     
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    Black S/S Villian will be copped.
     
  19. PocketSock

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    Still getting used to JE sizing. I know i'm an XL in the shirts but not sure if the XL in the hoodie will fit me. [​IMG][​IMG]
     
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  20. Bertdinner2

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    it should unless the tshirts are tight. I find that I wear large villains and med unecks. But in the mercer tees and comix unecks I think large is better.
     

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