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

  1. mattt

    mattt Senior member

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    well you can't get new varsities anymore, but there is a 46 on b&s for a good price, just making sure it wouldn't fit. damn I hate being short [​IMG]

    mmm i imagine a stock 44 would probably be alright for you... I'm like a weak 5'6 with short arms and the 44 fits like a very snug glove, any smaller and it might look like a midget sized jacket. Here's a pic of mine:

    [​IMG]
     
  2. cersoc

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    well you can't get new varsities anymore, but there is a 46 on b&s for a good price, just making sure it wouldn't fit. damn I hate being short [​IMG]
    Won't fit... I'm 5'6" and 44 body is perfect for me no varsities, but what about the baseball jacket? It's coming soon.
    sneak preview: [​IMG]
     
  3. Makeshift_Robot

    Makeshift_Robot Senior member

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    BCDR is goddamn jaw-dropping. Definitely making a pilgrimage to the Temple sometime this year.
     
  4. impolyt_one

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    dude! Arethusa! you are alive. Get in touch with me.
     
  5. Arethusa

    Arethusa Senior member

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    I will! Sorry, chaotic few months. Should I just email the toj gmail?
     
  6. shibbel

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    huh?
    Drew, not sure if this has been touched on, but if one goes without any banding/quilting on the bcdr, I assume there would still be the same inserted paneling, just plain?
     
  7. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    I think I realised what this jacket is reminding me of.

    [​IMG]


    why the fuck do you think I want one?
     
  8. toothsomesound

    toothsomesound Senior member

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    someone shop the whiskey bcdr with black quilting now
     
  9. AR_Six

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    Have to decline a seat on the bandwagon, I don't like the contrast quilting idea at all. Maybe with very little contrast, ie light & dark grey, it would be okay.
     
  10. Odd Morsel

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    Thank you, IRS. Collared moto, here I come [​IMG]
     
  11. CanuckBassist

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    Thank you, IRS. Collared moto, here I come [​IMG]

    What colour?

    I can't decide between whiskey and brown... wish there was a light brown option.
     
  12. wj4

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    What colour?

    I can't decide between whiskey and brown... wish there was a light brown option.


    I think brown would be a more versatile color. My first piece was in brown, then black, then whiskey. I'm deciding my next piece now and I'm not certain yet.
     
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    Have to decline a seat on the bandwagon, I don't like the contrast quilting idea at all. Maybe with very little contrast, ie light & dark grey, it would be okay.
    Agreed. It's just too much, for some reason it reminds me of Fake Jordan's. The quilting was enough on it's on. It stands out a lot, but somehow was still pretty subtle.
     
  14. CanuckBassist

    CanuckBassist Senior member

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    I think brown would be a more versatile color. My first piece was in brown, then black, then whiskey. I'm deciding my next piece now and I'm not certain yet.

    Brown is definitely more versatile. The whiskey colour just looks beautiful, and the collared moto seems like a perfect piece for it. Oh decisions. [​IMG]
     
  15. Odd Morsel

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    What colour?

    I can't decide between whiskey and brown... wish there was a light brown option.


    Well, I already have a brown bomber... been wanting a grey leather, and the collared moto design is just conservative enough for me that grey would give it a great edge.
     
  16. Islander

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    Well, I already have a brown bomber... been wanting a grey leather, and the collared moto design is just conservative enough for me that grey would give it a great edge.

    Read my mind except I don't own the bomber yet so I have to decide which to do first. Hoping for fit pics of the collared moto soon.
     
  17. computurd

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    I have been mulling over it and I have an imaginary secret menu item I want to add: let's make the option for the Moto with an invisible snap on the collarband as before, and then revise the cuffs and hem to the 2011 DR/collared Moto style, so convertible cuffs and banded hem. 2 Motos for your enjoyment. Off the menu steez.


    So is this an official option for the band collar moto? Because it is sounding pretty darn sweet

    Also the more I look at the BCDR the more and more I am loving it. Does the jacket look any decent if worn open?
     
  18. LPatterson

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    Read my mind except I don't own the bomber yet so I have to decide which to do first. Hoping for fit pics of the collared moto soon.

    I'll echo the request for collared moto fit pics.
     
  19. Woodyear

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    We really need band collar fit pics. I think this is why the last iteration didnt sell well, i never saw a pic of it worn open, which is of course the most important look.

    Never even saw a pic of it open on a hanger, i just have no clue how that giant flap would hang without a button down snap. Jackets of this type can be very hit or miss, i have one from danier ive never worn because i feel the flap just looks weird flapping around without structure.
     
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