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Krane Outerwear

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by sweatybrain, Nov 2, 2008.

  1. scb

    scb Senior member

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    I just got a bill from UPS for another $40
     
  2. Leather

    Leather Senior member

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    Here's a couple shots of my black Emory



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  3. leeba

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    Does the black emory not have leather taped seams like the dark olive one has? Pictures are confusing on website - the stock pictures of the jacket alone have the leather taped seams, but not the fit pics on the model
     
  4. Leather

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    No, the black emory from this past season does not have the taped seams.
     
  5. akatsuki

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    I remember seeing a Krane Jonas with fur lining instead of shearling. Was there a reason that fur wasn't used in the end? I've been thinking about having mine re-done in fur, but just curious if there were problems with doing that.
     
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    Are you normally a 38 and find it snug? Or did you size down?
     
  7. herp

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    When will Krane re-stock the black Emory? Also I am 6'1-6'2 and ~ 160lbs. should I go for a 40 or a 38?
     
  8. scb

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    My guess would be next fall
     
  9. blahspam

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    Im 5'10" and ~ 160 with a 38" - 39" chest and went with a 38. It was a little snug across the back at first but after a dozen or so wears it fits pretty great. I dont wear a lot of layers (pretty mild winters over here) so depending on your chest size and wether you like to layer, consider sizing up.
     
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    How can I clean the sheepskin shearling? Also the outside of the jacket is quite dirty. Is dry cleaning too harsh for the wax coating?
     
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    Yes, do not dry clean waxed garments. You have to wash it with just water. I let the fur side air by flipping the coat inside out, but I would send it to a fur specialist at least once every two years.
     
  12. ahjota

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    Holy necroposting.

    Firstly, I have an Ayling peacoat from 2009 that I'm looking to move. Check sig.

    Secondly, any news pertaining to Krane Design? I used to see Ken's K by Krane bags on Gilt on occasion, but not much from his mainline.

    I still think an Emory bomber would be great, and I liked that one burgundy leather jacket from SS14.
     
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