Luxire Custom Clothing - Official Affiliate Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luxire, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. wigglr

    wigglr Senior member

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    I'd definitely go for the heavier weight. 270g is lightweight for flannel. At that weight, you'd want to go for a different material other than flannel. 340g is a great weight for flannels through fall and winter
     


  2. New Shoes1

    New Shoes1 Senior member

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    Agreed. 14 oz can be a little too warm if you tend to run hot and 9 oz is really light. 12oz (340g) is perfect.
     


  3. ericgereghty

    ericgereghty Senior member

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    Those E.Thomas 90/10 wool and cashmere flannels are mighty intriguing.
     


  4. luxire

    luxire Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    Last year we had them in 3 colors. They sold really well during the trunk shows. People would compare them with the Minnis and almost always choose the EThomas.

    We now have 6 colors this season. Probably the best flannel out there in that weight category.
     


  5. ericgereghty

    ericgereghty Senior member

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    Interesting. How do they perform with the cashmere? Well enough to be considered fairly durable? Minnis-esque?
     
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    CBrown85 Senior member

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    I have a jacket in E.Thomas cashmere blend that's great. Warm but breathable, but I can't compare to Minnis.
     


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