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The New Official Wolf vs. Goat Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by fosho, Oct 12, 2009.

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  1. tonio028

    tonio028 Well-Known Member

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    I am a 32 in the chino. I have lost some weight in the last month so maybe I am a 31. They are a low rise ( not to low but contempoary) so take that into mind. I would go with the 30 if I was you.
    I will have the measurements up ASAP once the chino gets in.

    the factory is saying the final product is better than the sample. If it's true this pant might go down into the Chino hall of Fame...lol


    Sounds good. I'll keep your advice in mind then and compare with measurements when they drop. Thanks, Mauro and much luck on all the new ventures and designs. Keep up the good and hard work.
     
  2. Ahab

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    ^^10 oz cotton duck. The fabric is special. I think only LVC and I are using it. Their version of the pant should be released soon.
    I wear these pants ALL the time and simply love them.


    Any local who wants to set up a time to meet when the chino arrives feel free to shoot me an email or give me a call and we can set something up.


    Best,
    Mauro

    PS- Thanks everyone for the good words.

    Nice. I'll have to stop by. Looking forward to the chino's too.... [​IMG]
     
  3. joel_954

    joel_954 Well-Known Member

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    thanks. I have been cooking and grilling a lot. A journalist from the post wants to sit in on a couple sittings and write about the experience. She also writes for some national food magazines and loves the idea. We shall see where this goes.

    I can promise you this we are talking to 4 of the best suit makers in the country to help make the MTM and Bespoke program. Good stuff is happening.


    4 days til Chinos ship!

    Best,

    Mauro


    You should make a shirt or trouser the color of "Grilled Watermelon".
     
  4. Mauro

    Mauro Well-Known Member

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    ^^^good idea.

    I have been so down lately I have to get back into the game. All the clothes should have food names.
    Sorry guys after the goat broke up with me I just haven't been the same. I see her for the first time in a couple months on tuesday..... nervous as fuck!
     
  5. grundletaint

    grundletaint Well-Known Member

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    keep your chin up, homie!

    i'd def. buy a suit called "the tenderloin"
     
  6. ahjota

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    I probably wouldn't buy one called "pastrami".
     
  7. ctrlaltelite

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    how about a no-nonsense, bare-bones charcoal suit called the "bread and water?"
     
  8. breakz

    breakz Well-Known Member

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    how about a no-nonsense, bare-bones charcoal suit called the "bread and butter?"

    ??
     
  9. Ahab

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    I'm not fancy. I'd by a pair of Wolf vs. Goat T-Bone Chino's!

    But anyway how is the fit on the work pant? They look like they run a little large?
     
  10. Mauro

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    ^^ Not at all. I am a 32 in the pant. They aren't slim but aren't relaxed. I think that if you ask the people who own them they will say its a nice fitting pant. They way they break in is excellent . It a fun pant. I wear them all the time.
     
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    ??

    whoops bread and water.
     
  12. Mauro

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    ^^ I have been thinking of names for colors and body style ...this could be really fun!
     
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    I was thinking less about the colorways being food names and more about Mauro's life stuff. Like his infamous Grilled Watermelon, MMA, etc. But ya, it would def be a lotta fun!
     
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    The original plan was everything would be food based.

    We will see how that goes when I meet up with the Goat on Wednesday.
     
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    Ordered to pairs of the work pants last night and received the shipping confirmation today.

    Looking forward to these because they look fun. [​IMG]
     
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    Did the chinos ship yet?
    When are you due to receive them?
     
  17. Mauro

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    ^^ they shipped and got confirmation.
    The first batch arrive Monday and the next batch tuesday

    Monday

    steak tartar
    espresso
    granola ( khaki)


    Tuesday

    olive and roaster pan ( charcoal grey)

    My factory said that I will be beyond stoked with the pant. I was already happy with the sample so we will see. This man is VERY honest and his reputation proceeds him so I trust him.


    Spoke with some more factories for my MTM suit program as well as a MTM shirt program.

    Like I said in my other thread the Goat and I are over for now. She needs her space. I am a lone wolf [​IMG]
    I left her place feeling happy. We talked everything through. Hopefully everything plays out in the end.

    Best,
    Mauro
     
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    sorry to hear that man. keep your head up!
     
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    ^^ they shipped and got confirmation.
    The first batch arrive Monday and the next batch tuesday


    I will be seeing you on Tuesday good sir. (steak tartar and a roaster pan for me.)
     
  20. wagthesam

    wagthesam Well-Known Member

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    Its good you got closure.
     
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