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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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    Spent last 20 min browsing through discontinued models. ;_; so beautiful
     
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    definitely not. Black lamb should always be the first TOJ.
     
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    Well assuming you're not sending out any suede BCDRs this weekend you'd recommend changing that order with Charly :p
     
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    i beat my lamb up and it's fine

    whenever i wear it i'm always touching myself
     
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    This is how I damaged my lamb AMDR:
    Pop bottles -> leaning/dancing against a newly constructed backdrop behind the table. Little did I know, they didn't bother rounding off the raw edges of the metal mesh they used for said backdrop. This resulted in some unfortunate discoveries the next morning.

    Glued down what I could with the tears and then hit it with Saphir Reno. I brought it into a biker shop that specializes in jackets/repair and they said they would have essentially done the same thing for > $50. What more can you do :violin: It's still a sick jacket.
     
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    ^ damn that sucks, how bad was it?

    honestly, it's been like almost year and I don't even remember scuffing up my jacket after I hit it with renovateur.
     
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    The lady at the leather jacket shop asked if a cat had attacked my jacket/I had bailed off my bike.
     
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    You know I was wearing my TOJ at home today (I can't be the only one that does this) and it sort of struck me...since TOJ is moving away from the double-zip, it really makes the true TOJ / \ cut unattainable for future generations--sort of sad.

    [​IMG]
     
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    A haircut cannot look more Asian American than that
     
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    Why are they leaning away from the double zip
     
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    A lot of people like to zip up the lower zipper a bit, Drew was not pleased. I don't like it, it looks like they broke the zipper or forgot to zip it down after they went to restroom (which I believe was the original reason for the double zips in those kind of jacket)
     
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    What does the quilt look like on the new bcdr?
     
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    I ordered a navy lamb suede BCDR with single diamond quilt on 1/1, will post pics once it comes (hopefully soon)
     
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    Interesting. I always thought the partial zip looked kind of cool.
     
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    I have a grey baseball, brown goat A2 and a medium whiskey calf moto 2011 on the way. What should my next TOJ be? I'm leaning towards a black lamb MA-1.
     
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    I mean where is the quilt located? Is it going to be like the old BCDR with the quilt on the back, arms, etc.

    http://toj-gallery.com/main.php?g2_itemId=5654
     
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    quilt

     
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    Ehh, the new quilting pattern doesn't look nearly as sexy as the old one did IMO. The old BCDR looked way more epic.

    Thanks for finding the post Willy.
     
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