Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.
o i thought you did. lol. if I wasn't with my friends, I prob would of said something to you.
Saw my first TOJ out in the wild today. CWU-45 Downtown Toronto under scotia plaza. perfect fit too. I wanted to say something to him, but he was on the phone.
Nice fit. Not super snug like some of other one's I've seen. When did you put your order in?
+1. It looks great in the picture and can be worn in your work ambiance too.
Excellent fit. I wish my bomber jacket had fit that well.
That is an awesome silhouette!
Good length on that A2, not too short.
Real shearling (and the good stuff I mean) is still the same price, 4-5 times as much as our lambskin, which is already too expensive at this point. a TOJ shearling is likely to not happen.
That Burberry, most any other 'shearling' you see for cheap - that is just leather sewn to this kind of lining, polyester nap/fake fur
jacket looks incredible, hakkajai.
Just out of curiosity Drew, what is it about the CWU-45 that makes it hands and away better than the A-2 in your opinion?
Brilliant fit, one of the best yet. Just at 3 weeks on my CWU (and Oxford) now and kicking myself for not ordering sooner, big parties this weekend and would be awesome to roll in in black lamb.
Awesome fit! Like the length and the shoulders look like they fit perfectly.
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like how the light hits it and you can see the grains of the leather... nice fit!
I don't want to get into the business of making $3000+ clothes. I could make them rise to that level, but I just don't like the idea of working with such expensive material. Leather is pretty expensive as it is. The other thing that has me uninterested is the sizing - I recall a thread of some guy who'd bought a shearling jacket from the mall and wondered why it didn't fit tightly or something... that doesn't seem like it'd be much fun....
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