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Monitaly for Styleforum - the Darkseid collection, NOW AVAILABLE

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Jul 17, 2015.

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  1. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Monitaly for Styleforum double overdyed collection - Parka and six pocket pants
    for the very dark army

    Created from recycled army tent material and overdyed twice in black to create something completely new, this collection is exclusive to Styleforum and will never be found anywhere else. Each garment is unique, and the dye will fade with time, to give each wearer a unique, personalized, garment. A uniform for a company of individuals.

    Made in the USA of recycled US military tents.

    Both pieces are available here: http://www.styleforummarket.com/monitaly/
    Please use code SFMON10 for 10% off.
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    The Murdered Out Overdyed Miltary Tent Mountain Parka

    Available here: http://www.styleforummarket.com/monitaly-black-overdyed-military-tent-mountain-parka/
    Retail price is $670.
    Use the Styleforum discount Code SFMON10 for 10% off brings this down to $603, shipped free within the CONUS.

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    The Details:
    • Monitaly created this product exclusively for Styleforum, and it will always only be available here.
    • Made from recycled US Military tents
    • Overdyed black - twice! Both the canvas material and the threads are overdyed a rich black.
    • Incorporates original features of tent into the design of the tent, like a peg holder at the back of the hood.
    • Multiple pockets in front, including a snap off pocket.
    • Back features snapped flapped pocket.
    • Snap and double zipped opening with leather pulls.
    • 100% Cotton exclusive of trim.
    • This is a 50% deposit. The remainder 50% shall be invoiced before shipping of the product in Spring 2016. We expect delivery in February 2016, but there may be delays beyond our control.
    • Measurement, size 38
    Pit to pit = 21.75”
    Back length = 28”
    Shoulder = approx 18” (Raglan sleeves, so this is a very approximate measurement – it will fit TTS)
    Waist (between hem and chest) = 22”
    Hem = 23”
    Sleeve length (inside, from pit) = 22”
    Armhole at shoulder (approximate measurement) = 18”
    Arm opening = 6”
    The jacket fits TTS, with a very straight cut.

    The Murdered Out Military Tent 6-Pocket Pants
    Available here: http://www.styleforummarket.com/mon...ary-tent-6-pocket-pants-styleforum-exclusive/
    Retail price is $450. Use the Styleforum discount Code SFMON10 for 10% off brings this down to $405, shipped free within the CONUS.


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    The Details:
    • Monitaly created this product exclusively for Styleforummarket.
    • 6-pocket pants made from recycled U.S. military tents
    • Both thread and fabric are overdyed black by hand.
    • Because the tents are made from recycled military tents, each pair may differ slightly from the product shown.
    • Pockets are secured with flats and thick buttons.
    • Reinforced seat and knees.
    • Drawstring at the pant hem allows different ways to wear.
    • 100% cotton exclusive of trim.
    • This is a 50% preorder deposit. The remainder will be invoiced and to be paid before delivery, approximately February 2016. Delays beyond our control may delay shipment.
    • Pants fit TTS. Below are the measurements for size 32:
    Waist 32”
    Front rise = 11.5”
    Backrise = 15.75”
    Seat = 21”
    Thigh = 13”
    Knee = 10”
    Hem = 8” + drawstring adjuster
    Inseam = 34”
    Outseam = 43.5”
     
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  2. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Incidentally, it's hard to photograph black, but I think that this is the closest color irl:

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    conceptual 4est The Classic Gentleman is Back

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    wow these look great. Well done!
     


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    Probably in for the pants. Looks like it'll go great with all my Sage de Cret.
     


  5. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Tbe pants are terrific. I am always on the lookout for pants that I like and can stand up the same way that denim can (lightweight stretch poplin, which seems to be a thing) would not work for me, and these are incredible.) They look good on, but are loose and light enough to feel great on long travel trips, allowing a huge range of motion, but feeling really secure at the same time (they are not going to split down the ass at an inopportune time.)
     


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    Dude...
     


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    How did you get the waist measurement? I'm a 32/M in most things but it usually comes out to 33-34 aligned. Don't think I can fit in an actual 32" aligned waist, but wary about ordering a 34 since I am rarely 34 in anything.
     


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    Dude?
     


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    :)

    These are sick!! I already own one mtn parka but looks like I am adding another. Might need the whole set as pants looks incredible as well
     


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    only option is both
     


  12. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    I measured across the back, and doubled it. there is a slight drop at the front, so it could easily fit a true 33" waist. fwiw, I usually wear 33" jeans (Momotaro, Japan Blues) or a 32 in RRL jeans (very vanity sized), and I wear a 34 in these. They are looser than most of my jeans, and require a belt, but these are not pants that you want to be cinched up tight. They are meant to be loose through the seat and legs. I suppose that you can wear them anyway you want, but that is the "maker's intent"
     


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    They can easily be worn as separates, but @Synthese and I conceived them to be worn together, so they definitely work that way as well.
     


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    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored

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    Really, really happy to have this process going at last! And I can't wait to get the samples in my hands. Watch this space, folks - more pictures over the next couple weeks.

    These are going to be really great, really versatile pieces that I think will work for a whole range of our members - looking forward to some styling experiments! And if you're one of our viberg dudes, these are going to be PERFECT for you.
     
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    Is there a fit pic of the jacket? I would like an idea what it looks like on. Thanks.
     


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