Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by pickpackpockpuck, Jan 1, 2012.
cheers guys! will definitely check these out.
Pretty sure all knits (except dip-dyes) are now MIC as well. From what I've handled quality still seems fine though.
are there pic/details of the other colorway cross dyed sweatshirt aside from that twitpic from nomad? can't tell much from that. on sale anywhere yet?
tried on a neoprene shirt at barneys today. i imagine one would be sweating balls wearing that thing.
Totokaelo made a mistake. (I went and checked it out in person today)
They're all made in Japan - except the two leathers are made in Korea.
Good to know. Still, knits are MIC now. Note on acrimony, etc., that they don't list the country of origin. I also recently received a knit that I ordered from Japan that is MIC.
Thanks for the info. Which knit did you purchase? As a consumer I want this info to be readily available because, even though it's not necessarily a deal breaker, it definitely plays a role in my purchasing decisions.
No problem. This one, but the dark green variant.
Is the dinner jacket a worthwhile pickup at 126$ or should i hold out for a zip blazer? I heard these run slim, is it short in the sleeves/length as well, or just slim?
Im a 52 usually.
Get the dinner jacket, that price is outrageous.
I don't know about sizing though, I've only tried on the 08 one, but that was definitely short in the sleeves
damn got sniped out my cart.
Dat SF effect?
I find the zipper adornment on the back collar somewhat gimmicky tho
Funny how im prevented from copping certain geller pieces atm because now i know even better versions are forthcoming.
The one pictured does run slim and I recall was in general an odd fit. I'm normally a 46 which was too small and the 48 didn't work either. The linen material is relatively stiff. Honestly even at that price wouldn't recommend unless it's returnable.
Another graphic stripe jacket:
2008 shirt in 46:
Also finally got these:
Has anyone tried to remove the numbers from theirs? If so, how?
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