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UNI/FORM (UNIFORM LA)- Official Affiliate Thread

j023

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I hear you guys regarding the tags on tees. We're working to move away from main label tags in all of our tees. The working idea is to put a small tab on the outside left seam of the tees in place of the main label tag.

Given all of this feedback, we may pull all the main label tags off the 14-ounce tees and updated classic crew necks that are currently in production.

You guys would prefer there's just no label whatsoever on the back neck of the tees? Just plain?
Are you referring to a tab similar to what Yellow Label puts on all their pieces? I’d rather have the neck tag ?. Outside of tees must be as clean as they are now.
 

mikeezy

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I hear you guys regarding the tags on tees. We're working to move away from main label tags in all of our tees. The working idea is to put a small tab on the outside left seam of the tees in place of the main label tag.

Given all of this feedback, we may pull all the main label tags off the 14-ounce tees and updated classic crew necks that are currently in production.

You guys would prefer there's just no label whatsoever on the back neck of the tees? Just plain?
I'd rather have holes from the tags than have a visible tag on the outside. Large reason I rock with this brand and [redacted brand] is because I prefer the lack of visible branding on my tees, sweatshirts, and pants.
 

norsefanboi

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I can't begrudge a brand for doing some sort of logo/brand play. Not a fan of it but sometimes u just gotta let the brand take care of it's direction if they have a vision for it
 

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I can't begrudge a brand for doing some sort of logo/brand play. Not a fan of it but sometimes u just gotta let the brand take care of it's direction if they have a vision for it
Agreed. Pat has put out nothing but heat so far, I wouldn’t be too worried about it.
 

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Can’t say i’ve noticed the tag at all. Definitely not interested in an outer tag/tab. But whatever direction you go with i respect
 

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Another vote for no outside tags.

While we’re on the subject of feedback: Pat, you mentioned a leather biker is in the works, any chance it’ll be in the same vein of the Amiri biker from AW16? I believe their silhouette is possibly the best looking version of this jacket (sans tassels, of course).
 

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edlox

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back neck tags dont bother me too much while worn, but if there’s a choice, i’d vote to ditch em

nay on the outer tags as well
 

toomuchsauce

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Dang, I really like the black neck tags. I don't feel them at all when I'm wearing them, and I think it looks cool as hell when I'm going through my stack of t shirts and they all have that iconic black neck tag. I understand it introduces the potential for holes but that hasn't happened on any of my tees yet, and I have a lot of them. I got some tees from House of Blanks that have nothing on the back of the necks, not even a printed label or a stamp, and it looks sorta weird and incomplete to me.
 

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