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    Posted: 21 hours 45 minutes ago at 3:06pm
In case this is helpful to anyone, here are the measurements of 2 of my MFSC shirts, both of which have been through a warm wash cycle:

Garrison, olive denim, XL:
Shoulders - 19
P2P - 22.5
Length - 31
Waist - 22.5
Sleeve - 26

Workman, HBT, XL:
Shoulders - 19
P2P - 23.25
Length - 31
Waist - 22
Sleeve - 25.25
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Sure but I don't think it is going to happen
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Docblue if you ever sell that CPO I'm first in line!!

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote gonboogaloo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 Nov 2017 at 6:45pm
Agreed ☝️

You can see the way these garments wear on their website.
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what i particularly like about MF is many of the pieces look better the more you wear them.  that never happens with the stuff that retails at half the MF prices.
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Ebay is a good spot to look for stuff for sure. Check out Rakuten Global Market as well, you can find some great deals there as well on used MFSC and many other Japanese brands there. 

My mentality is that I'd rather own 3 high quailty shirts rather than 20 mass produced stuff. Not all of us can afford to spend thousands every time there is a new drop. It's all about choice I think. 
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Konadog you might as well cut your losses and sell it all to try and get some of your money back.  You clearly made a number of poor investments.

In all seriousness, 4444Design, I had the same mindset at one time.  Then I bought one piece on sale and that kind of opened the flood gates.  I would encourage you to check Grailed, Yahoo Auctions, eBay, the sales threads on here, and other forums, and buy a piece you like or have lusted after second hand.  It's a great way to introduce yourself to the brand as well as get some first hand understanding of why the thing you just bought costs what it does.  It's not just MF, there are plenty of other brands out there with higher price points that, with a little research, it is easy to understand why the prices are what they are.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote konadog Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Nov 2017 at 8:10pm
Originally posted by 4444Design 4444Design wrote:

really a fan of their stuff but simply too overpriced for me ...

i really wish you would have posted this earlier in the thread, BEFORE I bought nearly 20 pieces from the collection.  i'm gonna have a few drinks now to drown out the pain of being ripped off.
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