September 02, 2011 at 09:23:55 Sep 02, 2011 @ 09:23
New Mad Decent x Mishka in the Mad Decent store: http://www.bluecollardistro.com/maddecent/categories.php?cPath=320_836
Anyone know sizing for the new belts?
I really wish they would have kept the "Bat Man Logo" on their Spetsnaz Jackets, it was a better look imo. I also wish they were still snow proof (even though they're geared for bike messenger riders and not necessarily made for the snow).
I miss my old Mark 2
I need those scout khakis in my life...dig the poplin.
I wanna know how they fit, I think they're tapered...but I'm still curious how they fit
Question for Greg and My Pal the Crook:
I've been down with Mishka since 2007, grabbing what fits my style from the brand. Gnou helped me out with the Alexei jeans and I love them to death, lol. I'm already in the midst of saving up for the varsity jackets that are coming out. However, I'm curious with the brand now due to some odd logos lately on the clothes.
I've been meaning to ask this since the Born under a Bad Sign collection and now, the Death in June Collection...
What's the deal with using the SS Totenkopf logos on the clothes and the collab with the neo-folk band? I wanted to ask this via email but wanted some input on this from yourselves and others.
Just wondering...I'm sure others probably have asked before.
You can read Douglas P's interview to see a little bit more of what he is "about": http://www.mishkanyc.com/death-in-june-interview
If anyone knows anything related to Death In June, that's him.
If the interview doesn't clue you in on his worldview, I'm afraid no one is going to take the time to break down everything there is to understand about him or the band; just know that he is not a nazi, he does not hate the jews or place any race above the others.
IG - @SEANLEQUANG OG 2007 HB FINESSE
I'm leaning towards the XL, most of my jackets, like ones from the hundreds and 10 deep are XL.....my problem is I'm a xl in length but probably more M/L in chest....aren't Mishka normally quite slim fitting though?