TOJ - updates on the debacle, complaints, news about other ventures, whatever.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.

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    i think that's sand lamb
     


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    wow, it's seems to have more of a matte finish, and also to be more textured than many of the other lamb jackets, no?
    It's very nice either way :)
     


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    I think the texture is just more obvious because of the lighter color, but Drew would know better than I would. The picture doesn't show it, but it had a definite sheen when I bought it. It's a litter duller now, it's aging really nicely. Lost a little of the grey tones, has a little more honey like color now.
     


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    I don't ever want to see that ceoceo pic again
     


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    Hey Drew, for the 2012 suede T-1, can you comment on the mobility of the sleeves? I can't tell from the picture, but are there shoulder gussets or anything like that?

    Also, would it be possible to pockets like the T-3? Or would they break up the vertical lines too much?
     


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    noob in 89 Senior member

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    Has ToJ ever given any thought to doing some kind of monochrome leather/nylon jacket (or maybe even leather/nylon/wool)?

    I can't picture what it would look like exactly, but I'm sure it'd be awesome.
     


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    Kinda like leather/wool (varsities)? Seems like the thickness of the leather vs nylon would make it a bit strange in my opinion. I can only imagine it as leather body + nylong sleeves.
     
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    1 2 3

     


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    I was thinking more like accents -- smaller areas -- maybe around the shoulders or sleeves, or nylon pockets, maybe. Leather, patent leather, and nylon all mix really well on some older MMM shoes; or wool/nylon on various sweaters (like the Ervell cadet sweater, I think). I was just trying to imagine them together on a jacket; wondering if ToJ had considered this as well.
     
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    Yesssss! Fuck that's sexy, I think something like that will be my next TOJ
     


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