March 17, 2011 at 22:09:06 Mar 17, 2011 @ 22:09
it went well. i put the shirt on my pillows and stood facing away and turned my head to look at it. kinda weird standing up but i had to do it!!!
Originally posted by Inactive User
very true to size, the sleeves are a bit longer but that's about it
I wear a small in Supreme flannels but a medium in Diamond my t-shirt size is medium if that helps. Any suggestions? Thanks for the quick input homies.
I vote medium. Also, unlike some online shops, Mishka lists their sizing info for tees, jackets, and button-ups @ their on-line store.
Sleeve from collar bone: 25" 3/4
I'll go with medium, thanks failftw.
I read on here that some people are having problems with there Mishka items from Karmaloop breaking or not lasting as long. Should I order directly from Mishka?
Damn Karmaloop just sold out of the small in the Show No Mercy Poplin Purple
Anyone know where I can get a small?
if you're not in a hurry to get this, i'd say wait until they restock (spring 2011 is only a couple of weeks old). otherwise check the stockist page at mishkanyc.com. Good luck!
Is SOTS still around? How about Nate and that dude from NY that was an amateur wrestler?
I'm no historian, and i'm no one of a pair on noah's ark... but.. goddamnit it feels good to see you guys blow up!!!
I remember back before you had (a) store, let alone many.. I was scrolling though the accessories page on your online shop and when i saw that some of your trinkets were packaged as would be vintage toys, i fucking smiled
you guys have made it, and are blowing up by the day. I'm happy to say that i've been a supporter since nearly day one, and will continue to be.
I love you mishka.
Greg, im opinion right now you guys are the number one streetwear brand on the market. Every season the majority of the,tees are on point. The caps and cut n sew r always a step above the rest imo. Keep doin it, you guys r great
I thought I was going to hate it, but it's a pretty ok piece... a little bit of insight, a little bit of ingenuousness, enough to make people interested and the rest of us not mad. Glad to see that "street wear" is becoming less and less of a novelty, when people can get paid to write about basically just hanging out and buy clothes.
(However, Gnou will be Gnou and I will point out that the author misspelled "accoutrements.")
Hah, was SOTS ever around? I think Nate still got some schooling to do, Dany Yamz posted here not too long ago...
Yea, wish we didnt have to share the article with that other brand. Yet, in some ways I am glad we did.