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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. jmart154

    jmart154 Senior member

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    Never.
     
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  2. einstine

    einstine Senior member

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    Shit dude, I've never even thought of that! That would be amazing to have tailored TOJ leather pants. Was this mentioned somewhere thats its going to happen, or just something you thought of?
     
  3. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Senior member

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    Drew's 500% more inclined to make leather pants for women than men. If you think TOJ is a lot of money to tie up, for long periods of time you haven't explored custom car work, gunsmithing, remodeling or any number of other things. Chesterfield redux pls.
     
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  4. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    It was mentioned for women, ages ago. Would've liked a men's version but obviously a pipe dream :eek:
     
  5. einstine

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    Damn! Leather pants are so expensive, and weird fitting or have too many details going on. Would love a pair of nice fitting plain leather pants. Best ive seen so far is acne and $1000 is to much for me to drop on pants.
     
  6. barrettdudley

    barrettdudley Senior member

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    The Acne Depps were awesome. Sold out super quick. But yeah, it's hard to justify a grand on pants.

    I went for the Isabel Marant X H&M ones because they were so much for affordable than anything else out there.

    They are actually a really nice, soft but thick leather with some pretty good biker details. I wish they sat a little lower on the waist, but I'm happy with them.
     
  7. einstine

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    Yea, I might drop it though next fall. Forgot Flat head makes deerskin ones that beat any pair ive seen so far. Went and saw the H&M ones in king of prussia and like everything else H&M the quality was pretty awful surprisingly the fit was really good one me. Leather pants stand out enough alone zippers on them just blow it out of proportion and just ruin the essence for me.
     
  8. Distorbiant

    Distorbiant Senior member

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    Will the TOJ leather pants come with riri zips?
     
  9. noirwest

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    No, only YKK Excella upgrade. They will, however, be lined in shearling for that extra warmth you need this winter.
     
  10. einstine

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    Stop talking about them, it hurts at how bad I want them now. [​IMG]
     
  11. rbnman

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    Sorry Charly for all the measurement changes. We finally got there!
    If anyone needs tips on self-restraint, embrace your inner Charly.
     
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  12. Raindrop

    Raindrop Senior member

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    ..I thought you just go to a tailor, measure yourself, submit the order and wait..
     
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    Actually most people have this sick inflation that their jacket must be absolutely 100% perfect fit to their body and maul over changes of 0.2" inches and revise them every few weeks or pester Charly the entire time the jacket is being made.

    The select few submit their orders, forget that they ever did, and be pleasantly surprised when they receive a tracking number.
     
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  14. omgcookielol

    omgcookielol Senior member

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    I'm one of those people who bugs Charly all the time. He has always been super patient and accommodating with me though. Aside from allowing some trivial sizing modifications, he has alo let me put an order through a couple of days after the last (?) hiatus, and even cleared me on a couple of less-than-orthodox make-ups. I'm really glad that, despite probably being an annoyance at times, he still does what he can to make sure that I have an awesome experience with the brand.
     
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  15. superego

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    stumbled upon the all black varsity (toj0, I believe)...shit

    they've stopped taking orders, yes?
     
  16. noirwest

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    No.
     
  17. SurakiCrim

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    Literally has been mentioned at least 3 times in the past week...
     
  18. notwithit

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    You in Philly?

    Also, has anybody tried swapping out a one-way zipper pull for a two-way zipper pull? It's stupid, but I occasionally find myself wishing my 2011 moto had a two-way zip.
     
  19. superego

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    literally, relax
     
  20. einstine

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    An hour and half drive. Im pretty sure you could replace any zipper, just ask yourself if it would be really worth it.
     

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