Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.
Burgers and handjobs are excellent there.
Excited, just finalized my order for the 4zip whiskey moto. Sucks I didn't get to meet up with Charly and company at I'm assuming PYT, but through email everyone was top notch. If you're on the fence, place your order before it's too late!
Just finalized my order for a murdered out A2 with him, and the dark brown goatskin quilted 4zip moto is next on my hit list.
read this as quilted 4zip double rider
I have a 2010 DR and there's so much already going on with that jacket that I think throwing on quilting might be too much.
I'd love to get my hands on a bcdr if it ever becomes available again. That jacket is crazy.
Expecting my black lamb Collared Moto in the next 2-3 weeks. Going to place another order as soon as it comes so I can make the cutoff date.
Since this might be the last opportunity to acquire a TOJ piece, I want to go for one of the makes that both epitomizes Drew's brand vision and would complement a black CM.
I'm considering one of the following:
- medium grey lamb MDR
- brown goatskin MDR
- brown lamb A-2
- brown lamb CWU-45 with ribbed collar
Anyone have any thoughts?
Murked out A2 sounds nice, GL man!
1 or 4. My vote is 1.
Everyone should have a lambskin MDR. Although I do love my calf one, lamb would be much better. At least for me, I feel that that's TOJ in a nutshell.
I ordered mine in calf... then switched it to lamb... and just switched it back to calf this morning
Sticking with calf for the MDR. Hopefully a lamb A2 to come.
none of these beside the brown A2 really encapsulate a quintessential TOJ imo, but the brown goat 4-zip MDR would be really nice. Do not get a brown CWU, that is stretching that idea too much, it belongs in black.
Is a brown CWU really that strange? The CWU picture on your website is even brown. I don't know the real heritage of the jacket though.
Isn't the original olive nylon?
Did you place for the dark whiskey?
wait, am i missing something here?
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