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  1. On 8/24/2017 at 7:33 AM, Fycus said:

    Yup- wool pile  (heavy) similar to dorozome mud dyed thorson released last spring, but with wool instead of lighter weight liner. 

    Thanks , hope for a navy colour way


  2. On 6/6/2017 at 7:08 PM, ken shinoda said:

    I think that's mainly because visvim is starting to price themselves out from the market. They are selling 1.5K Lhamo shirt, 400 bucks for a standard 3 pack t and shit. 

    Agree , I'm buying less and less of it , then again I'm not buying anything else either. 


  3. On 2/2/2017 at 8:22 PM, Bigyen said:

    If you google Visvim  FW 2017 some low res pictures surface of the Paris show, but maybe they'll show in NY and those are the pictures that will get a wider release?

    Thx 


  4. Thanks for the replies and a good debate. For me a lot of the "asian" styles though I do like to see them seem very difficult to pull off and price wise too much of a risk if not a perfect fit. Still Visvim still churns out a lot of great gear , some not so great but the majority does look really good.


  5. Alternately, I would consider going true to size for the Lhamo robe. I got a size 1 and it's a smart fit: the arms are spot on and it stops right below my knees, and if I were ever going to wear it out on the town, this is how I'd want it to fit. But, it's a robe, I'm wearing this thing when I'm out in the wilderness, camping or at a cabin sitting in front of a fire. You want this thing to be big so it just touches your toes or even drags a little. When you look at the origin of these robes, people use them as wearable blankets or they use the excess fabric to wrap up their children and keep them warm, etc. So depending on how and where you plan on wearing it, consider going TTS.

    Just my 2 cents.

     

    Thanks , good points