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dustinr

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Yeah same experience. Bought a mocha AE last year and they sent me a university tee of a different brown shade instead. Even went to the point of showing them screenshots of what they were advertising and what I actually got. Wouldn't work with me on it. Only reason I haven't pulled the trigger on anything in this one yet.
that seems like a relatively easy dispute with your credit card company, no?
 

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that seems like a relatively easy dispute with your credit card company, no?
Absolutely grounds for one but I honestly didn't want to waste any more of my time over what was like a $25 shirt. More than anything I was just bummed I didn't get my mocha AE, which a chargeback wouldn't give me.
 

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Absolutely grounds for one but I honestly didn't want to waste any more of my time over what was like a $25 shirt. More than anything I was just bummed I didn't get my mocha AE, which a chargeback wouldn't give me.
That's true, but hitting the financials is the only way companies correct bad behavior sadly. Sucks that happened to you though. =/
 

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Trying to size the camo shirt…I’m better off w small (not medium), right? The difference is pretty subtle, like shirt vs overshirt.
How is this shirt in person? Worth the price would you say
 

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Trying to size the camo shirt…I’m better off w small (not medium), right? The difference is pretty subtle, like shirt vs overshirt.
Both work, I think it’s personal preference. Does the collar always open up like that?
 

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Both work, I think it’s personal preference. Does the collar always open up like that?
I doesn’t need to open like that, it’s how you chose to style it, but it is so light weight it will tend to open up from time to time. It really would be far better if it was a heavier gauge fabric, like a twill or duck cloth, it’s sooooo light. Maybe even a little starch for structure would make it better (but I hate starch).

Anyway, it had so much potential and is nice for a light weight shirt, but would be significantly better if it was a fall/winter weight
 

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Small looks pretty great.
Thx. Forgot to mention, also tried the new work chinos in those photos. My thoughts: The price is a bit rich for what they are (obviously), but the fit is solid and the side tabs are great for that belt-less life. The tabs also make it easy to wear them slightly higher on the waist w/o falling down, which I really like, but they are only mid-rise (not high) so this might be a non-feature for those w longer torsos. Light to mid-weight twill, so wearable in warm weather but not hot.
 

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I doesn’t need to open like that, it’s how you chose to style it, but it is so light weight it will tend to open up from time to time. It really would be far better if it was a heavier gauge fabric, like a twill or duck cloth, it’s sooooo light. Maybe even a little starch for structure would make it better (but I hate starch).

Anyway, it had so much potential and is nice for a light weight shirt, but would be significantly better if it was a fall/winter weight
I agree with everything you said here. It’s super light. Paloma hemi might be heavier
 

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And that was pre-COVID. No telling when we getting our shipment now. Lol
They can take all the time they want this time around lol, I won’t be getting my order until my trip to Detroit in September since they don’t ship to Canada and I was too impatient to set up a PO box. The longer it sits at my friends place the higher the likelihood his fat ass will try my Cirrus’s on and stretch them out.
 

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Do the Naval Himalayans fit the same as regular Himalayans? I know it's a different material but the size charts are near identical.
 

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