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A couple of fun developments we've been working on in Abraham Moon Tweeds.

Keep in mind these are first samples. So details like trims, buttons and accessories are not finalized. Actually these styles haven't been confirmed at all. Just a couple of developments we've been working on.

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Awsome to see potential casual outwear in the pipeline. Maybe a Mac jacket as well?
 

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Keep up the big work with your channel, Vlad, love all your stuff. Also please bring Gary Quincy back one day. I miss him
Thanks bro, I appreciate it. And don’t worry, GQ will make his triumphant return soon, a lot of viewers have been asking for him LOL
 

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Awsome to see potential casual outwear in the pipeline. Maybe a Mac jacket as well?
Let me get that trench out first.
 

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You need butt models for that denim yet? Sign me up
Haha. The new samples are being prepared. Hope to have them and of this month.
 

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A couple of fun developments we've been working on in Abraham Moon Tweeds.

Keep in mind these are first samples. So details like trims, buttons and accessories are not finalized. Actually these styles haven't been confirmed at all. Just a couple of developments we've been working on.

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Not a fan of the colours or patterns. Any chance you'd make a more conservative aviator jacket with a boiled wool and a wider and fluffier collar? I've outgrown my old aviator bomber.
 

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@spiermackay I own 5+ of the Solid White Fine Twill shirts and am wondering whether the White Fine Twill with the Italian spread collar is the same exact fabric? I can't tell from the description.
 

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@spiermackay I own 5+ of the Solid White Fine Twill shirts and am wondering whether the White Fine Twill with the Italian spread collar is the same exact fabric? I can't tell from the description.
No. It's a little finer. It's a 2/100s. The normal twill is 2/80 and dense.
 

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Not a fan of the colours or patterns. Any chance you'd make a more conservative aviator jacket with a boiled wool and a wider and fluffier collar? I've outgrown my old aviator bomber.
Like I said. These are just development samples. Nothing finalized.
 

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The one on top looks great!
The houndstooth one is for the more sartorially confident as you like to put it, if I remember the overcoat in that pattern sold pretty slow but when I wanted to grab one in final sale they were gone so it shows it sold !
A question though, because I always like to think in terms of durability (especially with tweed or thick wools that last for ever)... With the black material added on end of sleeves and end of jacket, those things are the first items to wear out (discoloration, piling, losing elasticity). was that given a thought and will that be a problem?

A couple of fun developments we've been working on in Abraham Moon Tweeds.

Keep in mind these are first samples. So details like trims, buttons and accessories are not finalized. Actually these styles haven't been confirmed at all. Just a couple of developments we've been working on.

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The one on top looks great!
The houndstooth one is for the more sartorially confident as you like to put it, if I remember the overcoat in that pattern sold pretty slow but when I wanted to grab one in final sale they were gone so it shows it sold !
A question though, because I always like to think in terms of durability (especially with tweed or thick wools that last for ever)... With the black material added on end of sleeves and end of jacket, those things are the first items to wear out (discoloration, piling, losing elasticity). was that given a thought and will that be a problem?
You can usually replace the cuffs easily enough
 

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