Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.
You guys overthink and worry about the weirdest, smallest, and most inconsequential things...
Excited is all.
Sometimes I wonder how many members of this forum have OCD
Not only OCD, but a complete lack of critical thinking skills.
You do realize that there are plenty of pictures of the CWU-45 in black lambskin, complete with suede name patch? And that it would be a relatively small leap in logic to assume that those colors would translate pretty identically to an A-2?
are the navy AE Ma-1s still in production stage? =(
that or they're shipping today. Colors that weren't ordered in big numbers needed their zippers dyed to match.
Interesting..assuming the same thing with the Harringtons too? This is great though, new TOJ jacket as a post exams reward.
I am back from traveling... won't be going any place again for awhile, and I am back on my reliable internet, so I'll be catching up on stuff this week. Hopefully we'll have that new varsity jacket out as well, now that I'm back and can work on it. I'm pretty excited about it, I think people will enjoy it.
Awesome, will be first in line to cop it for sure!
Got my tracking number for a F/W 2010 DR
It's 1am right now and I have to be up at 5 for work and I can't sleep because all I am thinking about is an a1 blouson in either whisky, grey or blue leather then when I went on the site to look at the jacket again I realized how sexy the blue suede one was again :s
I'm using the "measure your own jacket methot" but it's a really thin one. Like thin canvas and thin lining, no insulation, super thin. It's easy to get measurements off of, but do I need to allow any more room to accomodate the fit of a MDR? Thanks to anyone who can help
Yeah, that blue suede one is great. If I didn't own so much blue stuff I would have gotten that one. Really hope my A-1 is going to arrive soon. 11 weeks since I ordered.
Isn't that exactly the kind of jacket Drew recommends you use to measure?
Take a picture of the jacket, send Drew the measurements, and let him respond.
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