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Left Field NYC Clothing Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by eltopo, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. edubs01

    edubs01 Senior member

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    What new products do you have lined up for Fall?
     
  2. meso

    meso Senior member

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    Not really.
     
  3. konadog

    konadog Senior member

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    i own over a dozen LF items, many of which i've purchase directly from Christian's site. All i can say is everything is top notch and Christian is a terrific guy. I even recall him handwriting a note to my client on SNL for a gift i sent him. i will continue to buy from Left Field and i'm goddamn picky.
     
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  4. meso

    meso Senior member

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    For sure, the gear is top-notch. Really like the cuts on all the chinos I've bought. Great construction.
     
  5. LFNYC

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    thanks konadog! we have 3 custom colors in Cone selvedge duck Miner, caramel, khaki and black, 18 oz indigo terry 1940's style hoody(hoody over the collar) with vintage repro talon zippers, 18 oz indigo sweatpant( added a cuff on the bottom), pleated denim jacket Blk/blk sulphur dye w/ JP camo lining and Nihon Menpu indigo with heavy red/white plaid tartan, 10 oz JP nep denim work shirts, indigo/black Colab jean with Black Blue, 15 oz selvedge canvas, and working on a hand spun, hand loomed natural indigo, hank dyed loomstate 15 oz denim. Few other things up my sleeve in development if my cash flow pans out.
     
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  6. Dirty Denim

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    Work shirts sound great as do the hank dyed loomstates
     
  7. boxdok

    boxdok Senior member

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    Really interested in the Denim Jackets but I'm not seeing anything on the Web-site. Is there a time frame as to when these items will be available on-line.
     
  8. LFNYC

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    running late prob 6 weeks on the Jackets factory's slammed. Just marked down the Cone indigo duck Kerouacs, no more fabric.
     
  9. Holy Man

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    @LFNYC Christian, I noticed that the measurements for your Cone Mills indigo selvedge twill military field pant are different from the dark khaki 13 oz. Calvary twill military field pant; e.g., for a size 31 in both, I noticed the following:

    Cone Mills Indigo​
    Dark Khaki Calvary
    Waist​
    32​
    30.5​
    Front Rise​
    11​
    10.5​
    Thigh​
    12​
    12.25​
    Knee​
    8.25​
    8.75​
    Leg Opening​
    7.75​
    7.75​
    Inseam​
    34​
    35​

    Is this a typo or did you change the fit of the Field Pants when you went to the Cone Mills Indigo and Olive Twill?
     
  10. goldenbear

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    Any chance for a return of that plaid work shirt, I think it was orange/white or brown/white. It sold out fairly quick last year if I remember.
     
  11. LFNYC

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    @holyman, the selvedge is raw so specs are a little different since the calvalry has been washed and dried.
    @goldenbear no more plaid shirts , but we are working on developing some exclusive stores for the shop that will be priced competitively as well as other styles.
     
  12. Dirty Denim

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    These have lasted all but a month before my daughter somehow did this. They have spots like this all over them...I don't think there is anything i could do because it's fruit snacks & they are embedded into the duck fabric. Every time I try to scratch or wipe it off it only smears it more. To bad because I seriously put these up there with my favorite bottoms & now feathers are sticking to em


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  13. pasteurisation

    pasteurisation Senior member

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    Can't you just hand-wash them? You have nothing to lose, no?
     
  14. Dirty Denim

    Dirty Denim Senior member

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    I thought of it but i seriously think the water wont do much. I would likley have to use all hot water to help melt it off. I also thought of doing some sort of patch over it after I maybe use a hand sander to get it off
     
  15. Dirty Denim

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    Not the greatest job but it'll do for now & save me a few bucks on a new pair or washing .


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  16. D Z00

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    Really like this brand.
     
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  17. rydenfan

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    That looks ridiculous. Just wash them
     
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  18. Dirty Denim

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    I don't mind washing my jeans/pants early but in this case I have honestly just given up on them. I spot treated them and all it did was smear & rub in the fruit snacks. I even to a razor blade to the substance to get the bulk of that off which i did. The other problem is I have that shit all over the pants including the ass & outseam but not as bad as the bottom leg. I'm gonna replace them with something different.
     
  19. meso

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    Agreed. Ya look like a bum (literally).
    It's just a fruit snack. Not like tar or grease.
    It's got to be water-soluble, soak the thing.
     
  20. eternaldrake

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    just put it in the washing machine fuck
     

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