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Rogue Territory: Handmade Denim Goods

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mpcec, Oct 26, 2009.

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  1. rusticchasm

    rusticchasm Senior member

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    bought the XS, put on an oxford and sweater and it all fit underneath. a bit snug but it fit beautifully.
     
  2. Rogue Territory

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    Just wanted to jump in - the "Dark" is indigo warp x black weft, and Breck is correct it fades blue overtime because indigo is the dominant color.

    Our 15oz stealth black x black denim does fade to grey but really only in the high stress areas and after a lot of wear. Don't expect the whole jean to change color as drastically as an indigo x white denim would. The black weft is more like a grey weft, this helps with the fading since the core isn't completely saturated with sulfur black dye. Our black x white will also fade but again it takes some work. Sulfur dye naturally fades slower. It's bond to the yarn is stronger than indigo so chipping of the yarn takes more effort. -Karl
     
  3. Rogue Territory

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    Great to hear man, enjoy! -Karl
     
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    Great, thought something along these lines was the case. Thanks!
     
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  5. snowboardpunk

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    got my first rip on my rogues that weren't on the crotch area. [​IMG]
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  6. dsthompson

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    Just received a pair of 16.75 oz slubs in the mail last night---so excited!

    Anyone that is worried about sizing, just want to let you know I went true-to-size with my other Rogue Territory Stantons. They definitely feel a bit slimmer than my Dark Stantons in the same size originally did, but it is not as noticeable as I thought it might be.
     
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    Has anyone ordered from Wheat & Co. in Nashville, TN? I ordered another SK, this time in the desert wash, and I never received the jeans. The USPS tracking number says that the jeans were delivered to my office, but our office never received the package. I even went down to the post office to try and locate the jeans, but they don't know where they are if they were not delivered to my office.

    Dan, who I believe is the owner of W&C, has been extremely slow with his responses via email (I can't find a telephone number anywhere) and I haven't heard from him since last Thursday I believe, even after numerous attempts to reach him to get this resolved. I don't doubt that he actually mailed the jeans, but I have just spent a lot of cash on jeans that I never received. Please let me know if you have ordered from W&C or can help me. Thanks guys.
     
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  8. single origin

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    No experience with them, but I had a similar issue when I ordered a shirt from baldwin. The tracking number said that it's delivered but I never received the item. I believe the shipper has to call/claim the package as lost then USPS can launch an investigation. Hope it works out and W&C comes through.
     
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    Thanks for the quick response. I left my claim info with USPS, so perhaps W&C will do the same and USPS will figure it out and locate the jeans (highly doubtful IMO).
     
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    Any previews of the new shawl collar supply jacket?
     
  11. dsthompson

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    I have ordered from Wheat & Co. a couple of times, and actually had a great experience. Received everything quickly, and he price-adjusted the camel supply jacket for a 25% sale they had about a week after I ordered. Not sure that is very helpful to you, but thought i's at least share a positive experience. Good luck...
     
  12. rusticchasm

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    Ordered from them before. Got what I ordered and from my experience, great customer service too!
     
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  13. Mr Clemson

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    Thanks for the feedback guys. Unfortunately, I'm the exception here it sounds like. Let me be clear: I don't blame W&C for the package getting lost (or perhaps stolen), as I am convinced they shipped the jeans. However, unfortunately for me, W&C won't help me with this and instead has pushed it off to the postal service. I understand they have every right to do that, but I guess I'm just spoiled by other shops on this forum who I know would help make it right - even if if cost them some cash on a sale. Oh well - just bad luck for me. It looks like the SK desert wash has sold out in my size everywhere by now (especially since it was discounted by a lot of folks). Anyway, I'm sorry for getting this thread off track.
     
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    I ordered from them once. Everything went smooth. Sounds like it's just an anomaly. I ordered and it arrived In a timely fashion. However I didn't have to engage customer service so I can't speak on that. But as far as ordering and shipping...that was normal.
     
  15. Rogue Territory

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    We received your email and forwarded on to Dan. I believe he's reached out to you since. Hopefully he was able to help you out. -Karl
     
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    Any news on when the rest of the F/W drop is? I thought it was supposed to be at the end of Sept. Super excited for that ISC work shirt! Getting anxious.
     
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    I'm so excited for the ISC workshirt, too. Speaking of which, does anyone who is familiar with the fabric know if it stretches like raw denim? I am right on the borderline between M and L in the workshirts, and not sure what size to go with...
     
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    I wouldn't expect much stretch. Even with the denim work shirts there is minimal stretching in chest and shoulders. Karl once said that other than raw chambray, the work shirts are meant to be "shackets", or shirt/jackets. So if you're on the fence with sizes go up if you want to layer and/or keep it buttoned up. If wearing open or with minimal buttoning go M.
     
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  19. Rogue Territory

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    This ISC fabric being a little more rigid and heavy is causing the shirt to run slightly smaller so I would recommend sizing up. Stretch will be minimal
     
  20. Rogue Territory

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    We are trying to get the ISC work shirts and trousers up on the site by the end of the week. We're happy to handle pre-pays if you don't want to wait. You can email info@rogueterritory.com for ordering and product questions.

    Dark selvedge denim blanket lining shawl collar will be released towards the end of the month.

    Restock on 16.75oz slub stantons and SKs will be up on the site by the end of this week.
     

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