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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.

  1. Distorbiant

    Distorbiant Senior member

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    Cole I'm on board with you buddy. Tens of thousands in college debt, saving for a TOJ leather. The layers of lamb will provide optimal comfort while society uses me as a whipping post.
     
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  2. ninopwns

    ninopwns Senior member

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    Lifes too short. If its that important, grab it. Treat yo self.
     
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  3. slstr

    slstr Senior member

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    I'd say go for it, what the heck, if it's what you want to spend your money on and it'll make you feel great then buy it. And if you do grow out of it, TOJs have excellent resale value... it's probably better than buying a shit ton of cheap clothes that you'll just have to throw away.

    I'm only a year older so I'm in the same boat buying expensive clothes, but I can't really walk around feeling half decent in stuff I don't enjoy wearing, so I gotta treat myself [​IMG]
     
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  4. antt1

    antt1 Well-Known Member

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    Diesel Blue T-1, my third TOJ leather so far. Very difficult to capture the color, but it's pretty close.

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  5. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    YES


    VINDICATION
     
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  6. Newo

    Newo Senior member

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    Oh that's pretty.
     
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  7. icwhp

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    Nicest ToJ available at the moment imo, good purchase.
     
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  8. jbcohen

    jbcohen Well-Known Member

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    Actually I think you did a very good job of the photography. What brand is the coat? I find sometimes the brand of the coat is often times more important than the coat itself.
     
  9. JSAN

    JSAN Senior member

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    The brand is Diesel, model name is Blue T-1.
     
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  10. 5354

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    Well I don't know, there seems to be a logo on the trucker, he may or may not have posted in a TOJ thread, oh and it even seems like he cited what he bought.

    Hmmm...
     
  11. jbcohen

    jbcohen Well-Known Member

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    Never heard of the brand name, the company's web site claims that there is a store in town in a ritzy part of town called Georgetown. Don't usually go down there all of the stuff there is 75 to 85% more than elsewhere.
     
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  12. 5354

    5354 Senior member

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    I give up.
     
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  13. jabberwock1977

    jabberwock1977 Senior member

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    Love that T1.. Even more confident and excired about my awaited Diesel T3 now. Thanks for the pics.
     
  14. Find Finn

    Find Finn Senior member

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  15. jmaudi0

    jmaudi0 Senior member

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    are these guys serious?
     
  16. ghdvfddzgzdzg

    ghdvfddzgzdzg Senior member

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    Welcome, jbcohen, to the Temple of Jawnz, where we worship each other's jawnz; this thread is the temple. We are hella pagan in here. Idolatry going hammer.

    So welcome, jbcohen, post your jawnz here. Any jawnz will do to prove your worth to the Jawn God Drew Keith. Come, jbcohen, test your might.
     
  17. mike1445

    mike1445 Senior member

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    Cole, retain the jawnz you have, acquire more jawnz.
     
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  18. AKang

    AKang Senior member

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    Sorry if this has been asked/answered already but any tips on storing your leather jackets for the Summer?

    I just made sure to get some good hangers that reach all the way out to the shoulders and I'm planning on picking up some cotton coat bags this weekend too.
     
  19. bertie

    bertie Senior member

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    Best to get a full-size mannequin replica of yourself - kind of the equivalent of a lasted shoe tree :D

    More seriously - full width hanger with support through the shoulders (i.e. not a cheap plastic or wire hanger). Leather will stretch a bit under its own weight over a sharp point.
     
  20. Newo

    Newo Senior member

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    where to cop MTM mannequin?
     

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