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Yes this is a handsome jacket...

Hurry up and make more!  :D

Can we get a teaser of what we're thinking in terms of pricing? Wondering if I need to put some coins in the piggy bank...

Shirting / Re: IHSH-254-GRY - Top Dyed Heavy Kersey Western Shirt - Grey
« on: December 08, 2020, 08:50:41 pm »
LOL great minds think alike...me right now.


Can I buy that shirt? I'm in the market for a brown shirt right now and that one looks just right ;)

Thanks for the update G!

Any chance some of these are floating around in Japan? I'd love me a pair of Size 33.

Hoping ya'll could weigh in. I normally try to get jeans that after stretch will be 35.5 waist. If I get a "mid rise" jean this means that it will sit comfortably on my waist and not require a belt. I'm torn between the 33 and 36. The 36 will surely stretch beyond this and require a belt, but I'm wondering if the 33 would be doable because the cut sits above the mid rise line and my body proportionately tapers in above my hips. Does anyone have experiencing sizing different iron heart cuts according to the rise? Do you usually buy the same waist measurement despite the cut? What kind of waist differentials can you get away with between cuts?

Buying and Selling / Re: FS: TFH Selvedge Denim Western Shirt - Size XL
« on: December 04, 2020, 03:39:32 am »
Chest and sleeve length?

Honestly I'd be interested if I was sure the glue would come off.

Perhaps you'd have better luck if you washed or dry cleaned the product prior to sale so people can more adequately evaluate? I'm sure the big white splotches, should they not be removable, are a deal breaker for most (myself included).

Buying and Selling / Re: IH-555-XHSib Size 34 Sell or Trade
« on: December 02, 2020, 02:40:59 pm »
Sorry US dollars. Updated post same.

Buying and Selling / IH-555-XHSib Size 34 Sell or Trade
« on: December 02, 2020, 02:04:16 pm »

I bought these jeans and they are far too tight for my bodybuilder legs. They are "like new"; 30 minute cold soak in a tub immediately upon receipt (to take out shrinkage) and worn 5 times thereafter. Basically I have just done the hard work to make them button-able. There is no evident fading and these have the original hem.

Ideally I would like to trade these for the IH-888-XHSib in size 35 which I'm sure will fit my thighs better and allow me to move without being a robot. Otherwise I'd like to try to get most of my money back so I can purchase the 888...so asking $400 or so.

Thanks for the consideration.

Tag Size   34

Waist   35.0
Front Rise   11.3
Rear Rise   16.4
Thigh   12.8
Knee      8.2
Hem      7.8
Inseam   37.0

Honestly @Paul9221 you might want to make an exception. I have just about every ticket item from IH at this point and I must say that this is probably my favourite.

There's just something about the colour and quality of construction (albeit this obviously applies to all IH products...) that screams best dress shirt you'll ever own.

And for anyone talking about measurements...outside of the arms being too small just go to a tailor. You're paying so much for the shirt, what's another 15-20?

@piranha I would second what Boras said and put this shirt at a solid medium green.

An interesting thing I've noticed so far however is that the shirt tends to "catch the light" and appear darker or lighter depending on your surroundings. Right now my shirt looks quite dark -- but it was nice and sunny earlier and it looked much lighter. And actually case in point, you can see this effect quite dramatically by looking at the photo I posted above vs the photo of @Graham modeling the shirt for IH.

Isn't there a "pimp my belt" option where I can have you guys do it for me? ;)

For the tochigi belts, what would be the recco for someone like me wearing pants with a 35.5IN waist? I'm on the tail end of a large and the front end of an XL (I also have problem finding japanese pants too...but I digress...)

Anyone on the fence about this shirt don't be. The colour is amazing!
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