The Official Temple of Jawnz Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Sep 9, 2009.

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  1. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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    DR's exude masculinity, but not in a grey, ok missy


    and if you ask mr toj, im sure he would agree


    you're a lame gimmick
     


  2. otter

    otter Senior member

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    you're a lame gimmick

    i think grey will suit you, sweetie
     


  3. ppllzz

    ppllzz Senior member

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    imo dr jackets should only come in black

    any other color is just not right


    If that grey DR is wrong, I don't want to be right.

    you're right about being wrong.

    DR's exude masculinity, but not in a grey, ok missy


    and if you ask mr toj, im sure he would agree


    spot blown
     


  4. splattered

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    I havent been following this thread that closely, when did the motos stop being available in grey? If i get a moto or DR i think grey would rock, but maybe darker than the DR Razele got (tho that dr is NICE)
     


  5. swooc

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    it was a while ago. it might have been a one off too (i don't remember too clearly). i'm sure dis will make more in the near future. grey's a pretty rocking colour for leather and from what i've seen quite popular.
     


  6. Kent Money

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    Razele, you need to get some fitpics up, stat.

    Give us some context!
     


  7. reprehensible

    reprehensible Senior member

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    Got garbage pics up of my leather.

    Man, I'm always kind of dazed by pictures of the lamb. I think I'd be tempted just to wear it around the house.

    I like the look of it without the shoulder bits and belt, too. Especially given the soft character you'd expect the lamb to have.
     


  8. willy cheesesteak

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    Drew, I showed a girl the unofficial site and the gallery and now she wants to cop the new ToJ 1 and a daypack, lol. Spreading ToJ outside of the interwebz one person at a time. [​IMG]
     


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    Got a knock on the door today - it was the mailman with my brown bomber!

    It's superb, I am really excited to have gotten it. I think the fit is spot on (props to Charly for being real patient with me during the sizing process and for providing some great advice). It's a relaxed fit with room to layer. As had been said before, the quality is flawless.

    For those that might be interested, here's my measurements:
    * I'm 6 foot tall and 156 pounds
    * 36.5" chest, 16.5" shoulders
    * 24" arms

    I got a size 48 with the following modifications:
    * +1" added to the body length
    * -1" subtracted from the sleeve length
    * Shoulder size from the stock 47 measurements

    My camera sucks and I suck as a photographer:

    [​IMG][​IMG]
    [​IMG][​IMG]

    Thanks Drew & Charly, really happy with the jacket.
     


  10. splattered

    splattered Senior member

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    Duuude that looks fantastic on you! Totally suits your look to boot. Looks like an amazing jacket. The more i see people post new pics the more i want one. I'm def ordering, i just need to take measurements.
     


  11. Kent Money

    Kent Money Senior member

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    Ya stitch, good buy. And good sizing. BTW Willy, that picture with the fur on my collar is actually not a TOJ, it's a vintage G-1...But you can keep it there [​IMG]
     


  12. racknac

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    Got a knock on the door today - it was the mailman with my brown bomber!

    It's superb, I am really excited to have gotten it. I think the fit is spot on (props to Charly for being real patient with me during the sizing process and for providing some great advice). It's a relaxed fit with room to layer. As had been said before, the quality is flawless.

    For those that might be interested, here's my measurements:
    * I'm 6 foot tall and 156 pounds
    * 36.5" chest, 16.5" shoulders
    * 24" arms

    I got a size 48 with the following modifications:
    * +1" added to the body length
    * -1" subtracted from the sleeve length
    * Shoulder size from the stock 47 measurements

    My camera sucks and I suck as a photographer:

    [​IMG][​IMG]
    [​IMG][​IMG]

    Thanks Drew & Charly, really happy with the jacket.


    you remind me of the dude on "knocked up" who couldn't shave his beard.... jacket looks good though!
     


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    black/black

    Good stuff bri-guy!
     


  14. bassmanpatsfan18

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    Still waiting for the duffle here. I don't care if it's spring when it finally comes out, I'm buying it.

    Drew, sorry if this has been asked, but were you planning on doing a removable hood or a fixed one?
     


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    this duffle?

    [​IMG]

    love the character in this pic, some dodgy little shop with busted arse chairs and floor heaters haha, its good to know where your clothes are coming from. Would be cool to see some more pics of where this stuffs made.
     


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