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Lands' End Canvas

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by moosy, Nov 12, 2009.

  1. moosy

    moosy Senior member

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    Looks like some decent stuff at decent prices. That cotton peacoat would be worth a try.
     
  3. TheDroog

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    Whoa, it looks like Lands' End is doing its best J.Crew impersonation.

    Given that Lands' End's quality far exceeds J.Crew's at a lower price point, this could be a big win.
     
  4. airportlobby

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    Damn, cheap chambrays and ocbds.
     
  5. nerdykarim

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    some sizing info:

     
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    Whoa, it looks like Lands' End is doing its best J.Crew impersonation. Given that Lands' End's quality far exceeds J.Crew's at a lower price point, this could be a big win.
    Even using J.Crew models.
     
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    Chambray and aviator shirt look nice. Definitely going for the J.Crew vibe. Shipping charges are J.Crew level terribad too.
     
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    Sizing seems a little whack?
    Chambray and aviator shirt look nice. Definitely going for the J.Crew vibe. Shipping charges are J.Crew level terribad too.
    Haha, I love getting a million J.Crew emails advertising free shipping, it's a huge deal.
     
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    This looks like it could be Lands' response to Bean's upcoming line by Alex Carleton. In my mind, they have similar customer bases. Unfortunately, the sizing doesn't seem very slim.
     
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    Someone should tell Robert about this. He's going to shit himself.
     
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    Interestingly enough, the Allen Edmonds MacNeil and Leeds are available for $325 from LE Canvas in Brown Leather. I'm not sure if this is a mislabeled burgundy, but it really does look like a dark brown.

    I'm pretty sure Brown Leather is not a standard material for these two models, so it would normally cost $425 to get a brown leather MacNeil or Leeds as a special makeup ($325 regular price plus $100 makeup charge).
     
  12. videocrew

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    Make a red chambray and they will sell thousands
     
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    the heritage chambray in the light blue stripe is pretty cool.
     
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    Given that Lands' End's quality far exceeds J.Crew's at a lower price point, this could be a big win.
    This has not been my experience at all, and the sizing looks terrible.
     
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    Damn you SF... just made a few purchases. With free ship and easy returns, I got one of each of their heritage shirts just to take a look.

    Poplin - River Gingham (been looking for a light faded blue gingham. The Jcrew one is backorded until 12/7)
    Chambray - White (as mentioned the blue stripe is awesome)
    OCBD - Gray stripe
     
  16. Ludeykrus

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    They have some good looking pieces at very decent prices, but their size small is Biggie Sized.
     
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    I'll be ordering from them shortly...their sizing looks to be a better fit for me than Jcrew.
     
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    The basic polo's are decent quality for the price. I've also had them call me after I bought stuff to ask me if I was happy with what I bought. They're also based in my state so I like to spend money within the state when possible. Blue stripe chambray looks like it might be nice.
     
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    Such great hope, but I will get nothing, I think.
     
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    Probably gonna grab that white/grey striped oxford just to see.
     

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