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Taylor Stitch - Official Affiliate Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by taylorstitch, Jun 7, 2012.

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  1. meso

    meso Senior member

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    Cool. Confusing because the black denim still has the old pics, which look long of course.

    Are you making a blue denim version of the utility shirt with regular arm lengths??
     
  2. meso

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    Personally I found the 44 in the utility shirt to be way too big and stayed with the 42.
     
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    I've never been able to purchase a TS shirt that I wanted, even when attempting to jump on it the day it's released. I get the whole limited runs thing but it's still kind of frustrating.

    (And yes, I'm on the email list).
     
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    cheers meso, thanks for the advice.
    TS + Alden + Whites (looking in the sig) = some good steez [​IMG]
     
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    taylorstitch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    I personally would stay at the 42. I'm a true 40 and I go 40 all the way through.
     
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    taylorstitch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    If we find more of some lighter weight denim we like. Perpetually on the hunt. Cone doesn't run stuff that light stock. We do have an 7-8 ounce mid blue chambray coming down the pipe.
     
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    taylorstitch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Understood. We are trying to make more and more of the styles. We had purchased this fabric a long time ago and have been waiting to use it. Clearly didn't buy enough of it. I think these shirts will be coming back again so please stay tuned.
     
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    Made my first TS purchase, and one for the wife as well. Will thank you all in advance for your return policy as I did buy a 40 and 42 of the black utility shirt with the idea of finding the right size. Appreciate that you make shopping by mail easy for me.
     
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    taylorstitch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Thanks so much for the kind words. I hope that one fits like a glove.
     
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    No worries man, I am sure the stain will come out. FWIW, it was a French Blue Chambray in 40.
     
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    PM sent
     
  12. ElDave

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    Got my Black Cone Mills utility shirt today - this thing is the business.
     
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    Pulled the trigger on one too. Looking forward to it!
     
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    Any active discount codes?

    Looking at getting the Rancourt Green CXL Camp-Moc but having a hard time trying to work out why I wouldn't buy them directly from Rancourt for $15 less?
     
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    I contacted Taylor Stitch directly and they, without any hesiattion, reduced their price to match Rancourt.

    Excellent customer service and from that little bit of helpfulness they have a new customer.

    Can't wait from my shoes!
     
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    Agree with this. Rancourt is certainly trying to place it's products in this sort of store (Portland Dry Goods is another example), and I suppose if you live in the area and can get in to look at swatches and try on shoes for size, then the markup is well worth it for the increased confidence in ordering. For those of us who aren't local to one of these operations, I do not see much advantage. That being said, the green moc is pretty stellar.
     
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  17. taylorstitch

    taylorstitch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Always happy to help. The reason we can't hit the same pricing as Rancourt is because we are charged a Made To Order price plus shipping. Believe me, I grew up and played high school hockey with Kyle back in Maine. If I could get back between the pipes and have him take a couple more slap shots at me from the point to drop the price I would.
     
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    Whole heartedly second this. Great service all around.
     
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    Got my cone mills flatout today, very happy with it. Grab one while they are still in stock.
     
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    Anything new tomorrow? Any code?
     

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