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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. cloonz

    cloonz Senior Member

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    Low quality webcam shots of the sample MDR I got on Monday.

    In my underwear naturally.

    The chest is a bit snug and pulls when zipped but I was expecting that. I can still fully zip it up comfortably.

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  2. Vaio

    Vaio Senior Member

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    Hey Drew, how long is your hair...............................
     


  3. rdgn123

    rdgn123 Senior Member

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    looks kinda long but can't really tell from your pics
     


  4. cloonz

    cloonz Senior Member

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    Just barely covers my t-shirt/belt which was what I wanted. Any shorter and I'd end up tugging on it all day.
     


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    macuser3of5 Distinguished Member

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    Looks good, I like the fit.
    looks kinda long
    thatswhatshesaid
     


  6. cloonz

    cloonz Senior Member

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    Here is one with some pants on.

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  7. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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    Damn, that looks fly.
    It does look long, but it makes it look awesome open
    Did you add length or is it just the angle or what?
     


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    Damn, that looks fly.
    It does look long, but it makes it look awesome open
    Did you add length or is it just the angle or what?


    was a sample
     


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    Hey Drew,

    I'm sure that this question has been asked before, but a quick search has yielded no results.

    Can a ToJ Classic Shirt be altered in any way? A small will be way too tight on me, but a medium will be slightly blousy. I have broad shoulders, so the default pattern won't entirely work for me.

    Thanks!
     


  13. impolyt_one

    impolyt_one Stylish Dinosaur

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    The difference between all the sizes is small to begin with, literally under an inch, so 'blousy' would be highly unlikely - to be in between sizes just means you round up to the bigger of the two and the shirt will shrink anyway, like a half size or so after several washes. We're picking away at the wall of nothingness here, at the end of it all the difference is tenths of an inch, for a casual shirt.
     


  14. impolyt_one

    impolyt_one Stylish Dinosaur

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    I'm flying again today, day three of three; I'm getting impatient emails from people saying things like 'can you just answer my question?' and then bumping it like 15 hrs later - most of the time these answers are on the website or you can just ask in this thread, and somebody knows the answer. I don't have time to personally answer each and every question or make measurements for everybody, I only have time to take your order, and I get to it in the order it is received.
    As I have always said, TOJ runs like a restaurant, and doing emails is like waiting tables - you can't expect that everyone in the restaurant is gonna be able to sit and chat with the server for 1-3 hrs per meal, otherwise how are people gonna get their food too? It's just not possible. Come into the restaurant and choose your menu items, and figure out how you want them done. Then I can take your order and answer a reasonable question or two about an item.
     


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    Sounds like you need to hire an email admin and pay him in steeze (3).
     


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