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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

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    Fit up top looks great, but that is definitely too long. A wash is not going to fix that. I'm surprised the tee is that long considering your height.
     
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    Awesome looking knit and nice fit.

    On the topic of sweaters, Mauro, why no marled purple crew neck version? That would be so good.
     
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    might be the angle of the picture exaggerating the effect a little bit.
     
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    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    I couldn't make every color so I decided to make the turtle neck a marled plum.
    The olive and charcoal are both marled. Everyone said they wanted more basics so I made navy, cranberry, olive, and charcoal for crews. All great colors.
    The turtlenecks are faster. The military green , plum, and silver are all marled. I personally love turtlenecks, they work for me. I just hope more people appreciate how great turtlenecks really are.
     
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    The Overdye oxfords are freaking fantastic. If you go TTS, they're closer to a cropped silhouette - on the shorter side, but still tuckable as long as your pants aren't extremely low-rise. I've taken to sizing up one in the BD fit for a bit more in the shoulders while maintaining the trim body and the fit is amazing - very tuck-appropriate.

    I think you'll be happy either way.

    And yes, shared, Mauro. Good luck


    EDIT; whoops, should really go to the next page to see something's been answered first.
     
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    haha I'll second the overdyes. I have a kickass blue and slate and they are great. i live in them. tucking isn't a problem at all. they are really hearty shirts.

    just got a salt n pepper hoodie and buffalo plaid shirt in the mail. both are awesome but i was a little surprised how thin the buffalo plaid is. definitely more of a warm weather shirt but its great regardless. thanks WvG!
     
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    lol she definitely like was wtf ... haha i had to explain the purpose and reason and my military family upbringing ... she def still rolls her eyes when she's them but has come to accept it lol
     
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    Would definitely buy Ts like the above fit (just shorter). KVA, Rick, etc do a T like that, but crazy price point; sometimes even with cotton only, so it doesn't hold up well either.
     
  9. Tigerprawn

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    Mauro, black or grey tees please!
     
  10. VLSI

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    Black were up last time I checked.
     
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    ^ I guess I totally skipped it. It looked blue to me, but could be my monitor. Well, that's another purchase haha.
     
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    Pretty sure the picture is wrong (navy). I almost ordered it by accident until I read the product title.
     
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    I love turtlenecks, too. I've never tried WvG. Are yours thin enough to layer under a sport coat, or are they more like outerwear knits?
     
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    The black has a temp navy pic up FYI
     
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    You guys are fast, the wine in BD Small are all already sold out! Missed out...
     
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    Anyone buy a size medium in the tees and willing to post a fit pic?
     
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    The second package seems to be on its way too, hope it arrives next week.
    Are all the white tees gone?
     
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    I'm wearing a jacket, but this is a medium:

    [​IMG]
     
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    You can layer them. It's a 7gg knit 4 ply. it's got body but not to bulky at all. If you get one you will love it. A few of the guys on SF have picked them up and really like them.
    Just make sure to buy the loyalty program before you buy the sweater. You will save $50.00 and will be a loyalty member for life. So you win no matter what.


    @MSG I wear a medium and I will take a pic today.
     
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    You can layer them. It's a 7gg knit 4 ply. it's got body but not to bulky at all. If you get one you will love it. A few of the guys on SF have picked them up and really like them.
    Just make sure to buy the loyalty program before you buy the sweater. You will save $50.00 and will be a loyalty member for life. So you win no matter what.


    @MSG I wear a medium and I will take a pic today.

    Best,

    Mauro
     
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