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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. rennavate

    rennavate Distinguished Member

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    I just ordered one (maybe the last one ToJ will be making!), and am interested in hearing experiences with this. I plan on wearing it reversed occasionally, just wondering if you like sweat a lot because of the leather touching you?
     


  2. lesamourai

    lesamourai Distinguished Member

    

    Nah. It feels a bit cold at first but once that's gone it's fine. It might get a little clammy depending on how hot it is outside though. This is the pebble calf btw.
     


  3. skitlets

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    Wear the camo side maybe 25% of the time and it feels fine. Can be a little sticky if you're sweaty though.
     


  4. ceoceo

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    TIL.

    ps. -27f with windchill today. Screw style, Mountain Hardwear and Canada Goose all the way.

    But I wear my 2 zip inside
     
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  5. reedobandito

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    ok good to know, I like the versatility of the ToJ1
     


  6. gong

    gong Senior Member

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    I never had any kind of allowance and moved out when I was 19, pass.
     


  7. bows1

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    Any word on MA-1 sizing chart?
     


  8. ipractice

    ipractice Distinguished Member

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    I bought my first TOJ in 2009, so after I graduated high school and was working a bit. It's sad though, I'm 22 now and recently graduated but I have less money than I did back then and can't afford a TOJ yet. So many bills and loans etc to pay from college.

    Here's to hoping my interviews go well next week. I vowed to myself I would place my order for a TOJ leather/MA-1 once I signed a contract for a full time job. It's how I'm going to reward myself :D.
     
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  9. just another fool

    just another fool Well-Known Member

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    Glad i'm not the only "old" guy on here. 29 now, bought my first toj at 27 (black lamb 2010 dr, which is my favorite thing i own.). Once my queue orders arrive, i'll be at 8.

    I work full time, toj makes outerwear purchases easy.
     


  10. ribkin

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    I'm 33 ... found an AARP envelope in my mailbox a few days ago. Opened it only to find a piece of paper with the word "soon" written in bold
     


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    Can't avoid girls - wife is home every time I come home. Bought my first TOJ when I was 49:slayer:
     


  12. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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    i read "wife is horny every time i come home" and thought, there are worse problems to have
     


  13. bertie

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    okay - there must be someone besides me older than 33 (22nd anniversary Saturday night - might get lucky)
     


  14. B0Bs4g3t

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    This is the first tangent conversation that I have thoroughly enjoyed. I love finding out about all of you. Screw zippers and buttons, TELL ME ABOUT YOU.
     


  15. reedobandito

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    Older dudes rockin' ToJs, now that's pretty cool
     


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