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MJK x SF Hoodie...

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by michaeljkrell, Sep 19, 2007.

  1. michaeljkrell

    michaeljkrell Distinguished Member

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    I don't have a swatch on hand, so I don't know anything more than it is 13oz which should make a suitable mediumweight garment. We could go with the bamboo fleece route, but then our colors are black, olive green and chocolate brown...

    I think I would prefer the thermal in this case...
     


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    I'd be down for it. Can we get horn buttons or perhaps nice thick MOP buttons?
     


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    Aso, I forgot to mention that I want it in charcoal.
    Heaviness, in this sense, goes beyond measured fabric weight, which is, regardless, not standardized and only somewhat informative.
    I don't have a swatch on hand, so I don't anything more than that it is 13oz which should make a suitable mediumweight garment. We could go the bamboo fleece route, but then our colors are black, olive green and chocolate brown... I think I would prefer the thermal in this case...
    I meant it as more of a separate idea. If you're curious, I might pm you in a couple days when I'm done with classes for the week. [edit] Also, guys, you want horn or plastic for this. It's a garment you're going to wash, and giant circles of pearl on a thermal are just going to be silly.
     


  4. michaeljkrell

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    Heaviness, in this sense, goes beyond measured fabric weight, which is, regardless, not standardized and only somewhat informative.


    I agree...
     


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    I'll definitely be down for a charcoal. I love the aesthetics of this piece.

    ETA: I agree with the others about the pockets.
     


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    I'm definitly down for one in charcoal.
    I'm also down for something a little heavy. To keep me warm.
     


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  8. michaeljkrell

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    We can do lining. If we do somekind of jersey, it would probably push the price to around $150 - $160...
     


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    I'd definitely get one of these, in either color.
     


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    I would be down, cost dependant and color selection also. I may just pick up one of the KDM ones on EBAY just for shits to get a feel for something like it but better in my rotation
     


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    im a yes for one in charcoal[​IMG]
     


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    One of the things I like about it is the chunky buttons giving it a casual look, so long as the buttons aren't on the small side. I agree on the pocket issue. I'm not a fan of the 1/2" hemmed cuff, I like the look of long possibly slightly stretchy cuffs like W+H hoodies.

    I'd be a tentative yes barring pictures of the final fit of it, I love my MJK hoodie but I have so many cold weather overcoats right now and being in southern california I'd have to figure out a reason to justify yet another one.
     


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    Damn, I just pulled the trigger on the EG raglan, but something this nice just can't be passed up. Count me in for one in charcoal (actually, that olive/green is a favorite of mine, but I already have too many things in that color).
     


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    if you can make it such that it could fit my girlish 34" chest frame i would be on board. also, chalk another vote up for charcoal
     


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