TOJ - updates on the debacle, complaints, news about other ventures, whatever.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. sahbryant

    sahbryant Senior member

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    Also very eager for the new wool coats. Drew, any idea when we'll see them?
     


  2. bdeuce22

    bdeuce22 Senior member

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    opposed to straight up in the air?
     


  3. WhoKnewI

    WhoKnewI Senior member

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    Good stuff drew. If I end up selling somethings, I am def going to get a murdered out varsity with the camo ripstop lining.
     


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    PPS Active Member

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    Fuck I'm gonna hold off of that varsity. by the time it gets here it will only do for like 2 weeks untill its cold enough for some serious outerwear.

    In other words, I'm waiting on some serious outerwear...
     


  5. stick

    stick Senior member

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    That was a hilarious mental image, but he means straight down or hands on hips, the way dress shirts are measured.
     


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    GBear Senior member

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    :puzzled: I've never had a dress shirt sleeve measured with my hands on hips. I'm confused.
     


  7. impolyt_one

    impolyt_one Senior member

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    fashunz pose. fierce.
     


  8. stick

    stick Senior member

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    It's not my preferred way of MTM, specifying exact shoulder to shoulder and shoulder to cuff measurements is more accurate, but it's done this way sometimes.

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  9. thatoneguy

    thatoneguy Senior member

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    nvm
     
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  10. flee

    flee Well-Known Member

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    new varsity looks incredible.

    since the P2P isn't customizable, I think the 18.6" pit on the 44 is a hair too large for me. could a tailor modify this to bring down a half inch?
     


  11. BlackToothedGrin

    BlackToothedGrin Senior member

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  12. jslade

    jslade Senior member

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    It's a varsity jacket, man, there's no need for it to be skin tight.
     


  13. flee

    flee Well-Known Member

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    @BlackToothedGrin: I was just asking dude. WTF

    @jslade: Yeah, I agree.. I'm not trying to get it skin tight. I guess the 44 will be fine.
     


  14. jslade

    jslade Senior member

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    I wouldn't worry about half an inch. I'm sure you've seen how "regular people" wear their school varsity jackets. Even if it's half an inch off in the chest than what you're typically used to, I'm willing to bet that it'll still end up looking a lot more fitted than your run of the mill varsity. Trust in the ToJ size charts. :fonz:

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  15. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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    Would this even occur to you if this was a standard OTR brand?
     


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