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Woolrich FW08 is up

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by dusty, Jul 3, 2008.

  1. bsyde82

    bsyde82 Senior member

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    Just got a response from Emily at Jake's. They had the blue plaid shirt above, but sold out. They do have the black with yellow/white stripes version in a large. $230 (w/o the applied discount).

    Large:
    shoulders, measured across back: 17.
    chest, measured at underarm: 21.5.
    sleeve, measured from shoulder: 27.
    length, measured from neck to bottom hem: 29.
    natural waist, measured straight across: 22.


    I just received this shirt in medium from Jake...unfortunately, it's too big for me. I didn't measure it, but I have a hard time believing those above measurements, notably the shoulders. the medium is pretty large in all respects...its shoulders are much wider than a medium BoO shirt or SA small, both of which have shoulder measurements that are at least 17" iirc. anyways, if ppl are lookin for that medium, itll be back at jake in about a week.
     


  2. plooftin

    plooftin Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone know what stores are stocking the classic cardigan?
     


  3. Johnny_5

    Johnny_5 Senior member

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    Wow, that upland jacket is awesome. $668 is steep for me but I am sure the piece itself will last for years.
     


  4. robin

    robin Senior member

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    Does anyone know what stores are stocking the classic cardigan?
    I don't think they've shipped out to stores yet. Can anyone confirm?

    Wow, that upland jacket is awesome. $668 is steep for me but I am sure the piece itself will last for years.
    It is pretty nice, and it's about as authentic as you can get for a shooting jacket. If you knew what you were doing you could easily install some recoil pads and use it out in the field.
     


  5. Johnny_5

    Johnny_5 Senior member

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    Yea. I dont doubt it at all. Too bad I have never shot a gun in my entire life.

    Does anyone own the upland jacket by the way? How is it in terms of warmth?
     


  6. robin

    robin Senior member

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    Does anyone own the upland jacket by the way? How is it in terms of warmth?
    I have it in the charcoal herringbone. It doesn't have any extra lining besides the cotton and the wool/tweed fabric is the same used in last year's Engineered Garments Norfolk jackets. It should be alright around freezing temps with a sweater.
     


  7. Johnny_5

    Johnny_5 Senior member

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    thank you kind sir.
     


  8. Johnny_5

    Johnny_5 Senior member

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    Well I made a trip to barneys day and got to try on the upland jacket along with some EG stuff. The fit was amazing. I just wish I could afford to drop $668 on a jacket.
     


  9. young7777

    young7777 Well-Known Member

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    Well I made a trip to barneys day and got to try on the upland jacket along with some EG stuff. The fit was amazing. I just wish I could afford to drop $668 on a jacket.


    Rolo (market) in san francisco has it for $588.
     


  10. robin

    robin Senior member

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    Packaging for Woolrich Woolen Mills: http://www.thedieline.com/blog/2008/...ch-woolen.html I'm not sure why the U.S. stores do not seem to get those, they would be a nice touch to add. I remember seeing pictures of Japanese stores with nice Woolrich labeled shirt boxes from last year. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Edit: Some of them seem to be made up for SS09.
     


  11. timpoblete

    timpoblete Senior member

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    Packaging for Woolrich Woolen Mills: http://www.thedieline.com/blog/2008/...ch-woolen.html

    I'm not sure why the U.S. stores do not seem to get those, they would be a nice touch to add. I remember seeing pictures of Japanese stores with nice Woolrich labeled shirt boxes from last year.


    Perhaps they're just promo items?
     


  13. robin

    robin Senior member

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    Perhaps they're just promo items?
    Could be. I didn't really bother to translate that firm's website.
     


  14. Mvk190

    Mvk190 Active Member

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    Jesus this stuff looks great, can't wait till next week, when I get my paycheck, I have to get my hands the maroon pea coat [​IMG]

    Nice forum btw.
     


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    Ive been curious about this for a while now; with the hunting jacket does anyone know what the purpose is of the leather patch thats on the chest?
     


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