Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.
please tell me you guys are shooting the shit.
You can always go MTM or true Bespoke in regards to the dress shirt.
This. Slightly taller than the normal please. an 8 or 10'' would be so good.
This. Something like Visvim without the awful rape pricing
LOL, custom TOJ footwear for everybody.
yeah, would be good.
there'll probably be a market for sidezips/backzips that aren't terrible quality too.
I would probably be keen for some simple white hitops. everyone wants original cp bballs.
Yes, this and/or simple side-zips.
I like the idea of buying shoes where I can be confident that I'm paying for the actual product instead of just a brand name. Shopping online, I never know if manufacturers are cutting corners to pump out product at high volume or artificially inflating prices to reflect the "designer" status of the product.
lace up boots with side zips!
yeah... that ain't happening.
How long would you wait for your order?
it's ok. He's probably responsible for the recession, so take your time.
In staying true to the TOJ aesthetic, I would really love to see some sexy sidezip leather ankle boots (or perhaps a chelsea).
well I'm into 9th month and doing fine so 1 year? lol I'm sure you will do this in a "special" deadline for me again
I would buy TOJ footwear. I'm tired of shoes either not fitting, not wide enough, not durable, too ugly, and any combination of these.
I'm a full on supporter of ToJ, and Drew knows this. But I think footwear would be an awful idea. He would have to source a new set of workers to make them. Initially, he would need quite a good amount of money to get the ball rolling. I can already see the emails coming in..."Hey Drew, I wore the shoes for only the 5th time today, and the stitching is coming loose. I want a refund."
A few months back members were brainstorming and threw in potential ideas of suits, shoes, etc. I think Drew declined them all.
Drew has a really good niche going and I think he should just focus on that.
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