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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. bdeuce22

    bdeuce22 Senior member

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    Yes. Very comfy. Should be an easy fit for most people as long as they don't over analyze the hell out of it.

    I'll post more thoughts after I wear them a few days, but I was sent a size 9 and I'm a 41 in CPs and 42 in GATs and they all fit very similar.
     
  2. Mauro

    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    I would like your Brannock size ( so get your feet measured). That goes for all the other testers. 9 pair of shoes are being give out. We should be pretty damn accurate. I want to post on the pre-order Brannock size US and European. Then I can have a couple comparison shoe sizes. Do you think that is acceptable?
    All shoe testers please chime in.
     
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  3. justtemple

    justtemple Senior member

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    Grey flannel trousers and white beanie. There's a navy wool thermal under that bomber. See you this weekend sucka.
     
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  4. Krish the Fish

    Krish the Fish Senior member

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    Brannock Size: 10 D
    WvG shoe size: 10
    Allen Edmonds 65 Last (Park Ave, 5th Ave): 10D
    Rick Owens size: 43
    MMM boot size: 43
    Lanvin size: 9 UK
    Saint Laurent size: 43
    Converse (x MMM Jack Purcell) size: 10
    Nike size: 11

    Hope that helps
     
  5. gunslikethese

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    Those trousers fit you so well. I'm super jealous. I bought the Olive bloodline trousers to give them a shot when they were on deep discount during the last sale, but they just don't fit me as well.
     
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    I disagree. For trousers, those are far too tight and far too short.
     
  7. justtemple

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    Ah man thanks. I dig 'em plenty.


    oh well, different strokes and all.
     
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    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Just in case 22oz denim from Japan

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    Silk ramie denim it's like a silk cambray
    Just a heads up for what's comin this fall and spring '16

    You can see the price and its FOB not cheap!
     
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    he wasn't asking for a fit critique - it's comments like these that prevent more people from posting fit pics...Mauro's been trying to encourage people to post more, so please keep that in mind. Not trying to bag on you, but rather trying to help Mauro.
     
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    Haha true. I wasn't stressed on it tbh; I'm not around here enough to know whether dude was trolling or if he's a regular trying to help with fit advice.

    Doesn't matter either way to me, I don't need the help. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
     
  12. El Argentino

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    Wasn't trolling, just offering a counterpoint to what I had read the post above. No animus behind it.
     
  13. Louys

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    Yeah, similar advice is par for the course here on SF, though it's less common in the affiliate threads.
     
  14. Mauro

    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    I don't know if you or any other rewards members know this but at anytime you can get MTM or MTO trousers and then you will never have ill fitting pants ever again.
     
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    I've been thinking about using this option a bit more often recently. Any idea what the price increase would be for a MTM item?
     
  16. Mauro

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    $50.00 for handmade USA trousers. I am still working out the details for the Italian MTM.
     
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    Insanely reasonable. I know a lot of mtm/mto options out there that are usually 50 percent on top of the base price. An extra $50 sounds great.
     
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    Well then it's a good thing he was looking your opinion then.

    100% correct. And yes I'm fully aware this was already addressed, but given the attention span of more than a few in this thread it should be readdressed.

    Mauro, the shoes are amazing. Confortable as all get out, perfect with the socks. I have a wider foot (EEE) and frankly I don't even notice with these on. I'm outting as much time as I can in them, but given Boston has been The fucking North Pole these past few months, I haven't taken them much outside.
     
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    I am aware of it, but I don't have any experience ordering MTM/MTO anything so while this may be a great deal, ordering a custom pair of $250-350 trousers online is still a tough pill for me to swallow. Knowing that WvG is a small operation, I wouldn't want to send you measurements for some pants, and then be unhappy with them for whatever reason whether it's a mistake on my part or yours and then request a refund.

    I think that if your program was a bit more fleshed out, and information regarding customization options, fabric selection/availability, refunds, alterations, etc. was more readily available on your site I would consider it more. Ready to wear is just easier in my opinion for online orders.
     
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    Agreed. I would love to do MTO's on some crazy patterned shirts if I knew what all was avaliable and what the options were.
     
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