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Michael J Krell - affiliate thread (www.michaeljkrell.com)

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Jan 4, 2007.

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  1. michaeljkrell

    michaeljkrell Senior member

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    Any word on when spring/summer stuff will be sold? It has been high 70s-low80s in florida the past few days and i don't want to think about wearing longsleeves or multiple layers right now. Just curious when and what you're going to put out for the warmer weather. I know you were talking about shorts and maybe lightweight cargo pants. Tshirts(possibly with your brother's designs) short sleeve henley's, vnecks are all cool. I'm also curious if you're gonna find a cool twist on normal summer looks.

    OK, I got off the phone with Colby and we will have a three button s/s henley, and 5 button l/s henley, a v-neck with basically the same cut as the our current henley, but without buttons(and the v-neck will about as deep as when 2 buttons are buttoned) and a longsleeve boatneck. I'd say give use two weeks on these. We could probably get them out next week, but Colby has to go in to his job this weekend to do inventory[​IMG]

    Remember guys, this is the equation. More purchases=Less time we have to spend at our other jobs=More garments we can make= [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    jet Senior member

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    damn I can't wait for the henley if it's what I'm thinking, and a deep V would be really fresh
     
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    T-shirts sound great... I just got my whodini jacket in khaki and it is fantastic--much more interesting and fun to wear than, say, the comparable APC jacket this spring!
    Pics of my jacket?
     
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    Are you planning on doing polos similar to the ones shown on your site (in s/s or 3/4)? I love the look of those and think they would look particularly awesome with the shorts on your site.
     
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    3/4 sleeve is dope, mike do some Ts like that again
     
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    Funny how you can look at a single picture and think, "Yeah, the first time I saw 'Bourne 2' I wanted that shirt, too."
    I require KrellxKirill colab.
     
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    Are you planning on doing polos similar to the ones shown on your site (in s/s or 3/4)? I love the look of those and think they would look particularly awesome with the shorts on your site.

    Oh yeah, we will be doing the 3/4 polo too...
     
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    I'd like to see a 100% cotton short-sleeved polo with a side slit hemline, no chest pocket, and sleeves that end no more than halfway down the upper arm. Something that comes in black, white, and a range of spring/summer colors (baby blue, pale yellow, grass green, et cetera). A true modern-cut tennis polo that could also serve as a great alternative to T-shirts for streetwear.

    I've considered AA, but their leisure polo has a chest pocket and no side slit; their pique polo is 50% polyester, which would kill me in Florida's summer; and both appear to have sleeves that end just above the elbow. *thumbs down*

    EDIT: Meant to say "no chest pocket."
     
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    Francis, we can do that for you. We can just adjust our 3/4 polo, but it will probably $10-$15 more...

    Good news on the lined hoodies. We found some interlock in different colors that is just as nice as the previous interlock. We will be lining them with some different fabrics. We were going to make a couple of black hoodies lined in flannel for sure. Not sure about the other ones.

    We also found some burgundy interlock for everyone that wanted that asymmetrical hoodie in burgundy like sauce...

    Good news all-around...
     
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    I'd love to see some photos of this new gear, want to buy more. Loving the jacket, hoping to finally get to wear it this weekend!

    --Wade
     
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    im very interested in those black flannel lined hoodies. What color flannel fdo you guys have?
     
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    I am 100% on board for one of those flannel-lined hoodies!
     
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    Not quite sure which flannel we are using. We would probably only make two or so hoodies with the same flannel color...
     
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    Count me in on the hoody. I suspect SuFuers are going to be picking that one up left right and centre.
     
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    any idea what other color sets you will be working with? More grey perhaps?
     
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    We are going to have rust orange, gray, black, burgundy and maybe a spring green, depending on the shade...
     
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    Oh Oh Oh I am gonna be all over a burgundy one. [​IMG]
     
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    I soon want to buy two Henley's. But I also need shorts that stops at the knee. Is it any posibility that you are going to make any? If you are going too, I would like some plain white, maybe a royal blue&white pinstripe and a red one.
     
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    ^^yeah, there was some talk about shorts and/or lightweight cargo pants earlier in the thread, but I'm not sure what happened with that.
     
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    We are still working on the shorts and pants. It just takes us some time because Colby has a fulltime job and I work part-time and go to school. The blizzards that seem to come every couple of days don't help either [​IMG]

    We are going to try to fit in one new item each week. Next week we will have a couple of really nice zip-up fleece hoodies.
     
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