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John Elliott - official affiliate thread

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

  1. Mikeisonfire

    Mikeisonfire Senior member

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    Reading this and seeing the retail price made me laugh. It's as if JE read your comment and said, "Hmm, better knock another dollar off just in case.."
     
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  2. bryanhsu123

    bryanhsu123 Senior member

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    AHAHAHAHAHAHAH YEA. I was thinking the same thing.
     
  3. srizvi722

    srizvi722 Senior member

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    ^^ haha!! stoked about that price. Grabbed plaster and olive. amped to get the olive one esp.
     
  4. moulton

    moulton Active Member

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    Thanks for the responses.
     
  5. DrinkOrDie

    DrinkOrDie Senior member

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    The engineered pants is priced on point! perfect for socal winter now that it isnt' 100F lol
     
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    @JohnElliottCo what size Engineer Pant would you recommend for a size 30 in your old denim?
     
  7. OccultaVexillum

    OccultaVexillum Senior member

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    Dammit. Thighs are too small or I'd buy the olive.
     
  8. johnelliottfan

    johnelliottfan Senior member

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    Not feeling the Olives but the Plaster pants are so fire. Copped them and an olive fishtail which will be my first fishtail crew.

    I am legitimately wondering if we will see black drawstrings on these (plaster engineered pants). I hope they are plaster as they show in model photos. This would be a trend if we saw JE putting black ones in here. And not a good trend I might add.
     
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  9. Bertdinner2

    Bertdinner2 Senior member

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    I don't get why the inseams are soooo short...a large is like a 9" rise with 31" inseam. That wouldn't even reach my ankles.
     
  10. godforshort

    godforshort Senior member

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    Not sure about the engineer pants. Joggers are dead only HS kids still wear them. And the measurements are bizarre. 18.5 inch waist on a medium. So that would be equivalent to a size 36 wouldn't it ?
     
  11. johnelliottfan

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    Is this correct? the measurements made no sense to me either.. I simply looked at the model photos and decided to get a size large

    btw I lol'ed at the joggers are dead high school comment
     
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  12. johnelliottfan

    johnelliottfan Senior member

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    Well the model in the photos is 6"2 and is wearing a size medium, and they seem to be a good/normal length?

    I checked and the size large escobar has the same size inseam as the size large Engineered pants so I am guessing the sizing between them is similar.
     
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  13. Jbidwal

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    kind of why I only liked the black, the jogger look on the others isn't for me. I think I'm going to hold off anyway. I already got 4 pairs of the sweats and I prefer to wear denim anyway. I'll wait for the denim drop.
     
  14. cutemelon

    cutemelon Senior member

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    picked up oliver mercer
    Thanks
     
  15. MIKE_JE

    MIKE_JE Senior member

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    We are working on updating the measurements by tomorrow. Apologies for any confusion but they fit relative to what the model is wearing.
     
  16. johnelliottfan

    johnelliottfan Senior member

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    Model has 30 inch waist and wears medium so if someone has a 32-34 inch waist would a large be best?
     
  17. MIKE_JE

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    32-34 waist would typically be a large, yes.
     
  18. OccultaVexillum

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    @JohnElliottCo is it just the waist measurements that are wrong in the charts? Thigh, inseam, hen etc are correct?
     
  19. srizvi722

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    Joggers will never be dead in NYC. No one wants to wear denim running around the city. I do find myself only reaching for denim when I go back home to LA though
     
  20. johnelliottfan

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    Joggers will never be dead period. And it's fashion... Who cares what anybody else thinks, If it looks good to you and feels good on then wear it. Personally I think the plaster engineered pants are dope. Didn't hesitate to cop.
     
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