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Thanks. Yes am pleased I got it. To be honest I thought I'd get outbid at the last, but surprisingly didn't! :)

I see there are a couple of others, they looked rather nice too, have you seen them?

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I sent them an email inquiring as to where i could see their stuff in person

At this moment, there are only two shops carrying our product in US.

Steven Alan in NYC and American rag in LA.

]they both carry selected items.

Thank you.

Katsu Naito / POST O'ALLS

Pantograph, Inc.

990 Avenue of the Americas, #19K

New York, NY 10018

USA

]www.postoveralls.com

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werd

i got this emai last week regarding NYC stockists

Thank you for taking interest in our products.

Steven Alan in Tribeca is carrying selected items in this season

Barneys on Madison ave. will start to carry from next spring on.

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New stuff from Post is available at my local store, The Three Threads.

I had a look last night and it is lovely stuff. I was very tempted by the herringbone wool cruiser jacket.

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Navy cruiser wool

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Herringbone wool cruiser

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Cavalry jacket

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herringbone wool chino

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The website has no NYC stockists which seems improbable given that they're based here. I will email them!

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The website has no NYC stockists which seems improbable given that they're based here. I will email them!

blm, see previous page for nyc stockists

and those wool chinos look great!!

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i personally think they are very nice. organic cone mills denim with green selvedge, feels much better quality than any of the lvc i own. it has a nice texture to it and i think the fit of the no.4 is a good one too.

i had a pair but had to return as they were too big and unfortunately the store didnt have any of the smaller size left or i would have purchased.

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Thanks Percy--was sizing weird? I know they're S, M, L-- I figured I'd be a L as I'm usually 34-36... Can you compare the cut to a more widely available jean?

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I bought the no 1 denim not too long ago

I'm generally a 35-36 and the XL fit nicely in fact they graduated quickly to top of the rotation

but I found the construction a little flimsy had some outseam and belt loop stitching unravel but nothing a sowing machine didn't fix

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I would not hesitate to say that is a total fluke. I own several items and the construction is top notch.

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Digging this thread up from the grave.

I have had a couple of Post O'alls shirts for a while and they are great.

The dry cleaner managed to break and lose a button of the wool shirt I got last winter. These buttons are pretty unusual and I couldn't find the spare (if there was one). I emailed Katsu in New York to ask if I could pay for a spare button to be posted. He fedexed me (to the UK) a whole load of spares free of charge.

Just a story of how good this brand is and how nice the people who run it are.

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Yeah, The Bureau is consistently my favorite shop in the UK. Theirs seems to be the biggest selection, they also have some nice stuff at Present.

The quality is great, my chambray from a couple of years ago is cone fabric, lovely MOP buttons, nice two-tone stitch construction.

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yeah, post overalls is very well made with great quality.

In fact I just received the sweetbear wool engineer jacket. will post pictures tomorrow. Jacket is amazing but it fits pretty tight around the chest so undecided whether I should keep or sell

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I remember a few years ago, I contacted Takeshi-San to see if he could make some samples for me, but he replied that he does not do any client based work, just exclusively Post O'Alls. Seems like he could make a killing with all those vintage machines he has, but it might be too much of a hassle for him.

I was so surprised to learn that Post was based in NYC. You can order directly from them, at least when I tried a few years ago, when they had 0 socklists in NY.

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Great to see this thread getting a bump. I really like the look of the range the Bureau has.

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this is a shot of one of their Sweetbear jackets I've been wearing since the summer.

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some pictures of the woolen sweetbear; fit pictures to follow when light conditions are more favorable

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Waiting for fit pictures!!

some pictures of the woolen sweetbear; fit pictures to follow when light conditions are more favorable

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bringing this up from the dead. post doesn't get nearly enough love.

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