Thedi now has a website!

Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Marc mndt, Dec 18, 2020.

  1. Boyo

    Boyo One Too Many

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    @HoosierDaddy which of your two do you prefer.. the zip or the button front?..the two you have are the style I think I’d want when I make my move..just not sure about buttons or zips... leaning towards the button ( Hektor) in cocoa
     
  2. Boyo
    I like both but I rarely if ever button or zip up my jackets. I think you would like the button model. More unique than the usual zip jackets.
     
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  3. Marc mndt

    Marc mndt Call Me a Cab

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    Here's mine, with zipper.
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  4. Seank

    Seank One of the Regulars

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  5. jonbuilder

    jonbuilder Call Me a Cab

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  6. Colin G

    Colin G One Too Many

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    @Boyo it is almost worth it to get a Thedi with buttons just so you can see how masterful they are at making button holes and sewing on buttons. Thedi by far does the best and strongest version of buttons than any other maker I have experienced and that includes my Freewheelers. Thedi really puts on a button-sewing clinic with every jacket and a lot of makers would learn something.

    I don't own my Thedis any longer but they are made with laser precision and wish my other jackets had their buttons sewn on like Thedi does it.
     
  7. red devil

    red devil My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    In the description, he says you can have it with the zipper as an alternative to buttons :)
     
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  8. jonbuilder

    jonbuilder Call Me a Cab

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    I was thinking of the back pleats and pocket arrangement is different from what I had found on the website. I can no copy the pictures they are protected here is a link to the closest jacket I find on the websit.
    https://thedi-leathers.com/product/cafe-racer-mtc-127920/
     
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  9. Berto

    Berto One of the Regulars

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    They are applying some filters on those pics.

    The real ones are lighter. there are a bunch of pics of that jacket in the forum.
     
  10. handymike

    handymike I'll Lock Up

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    @Boyo, whichever you get, please go for the fuzzy collar!
     
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  11. Marc mndt

    Marc mndt Call Me a Cab

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  12. Berto

    Berto One of the Regulars

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  13. jonbuilder

    jonbuilder Call Me a Cab

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    Marc, I like your jacket better than what the model is wearing, I agree yours looks shorter
     
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  14. Marc mndt

    Marc mndt Call Me a Cab

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    True, mine is 60 cm / 24' which is pretty much my preferred length for most jacket styles. I'm 180 / 5'11. I guess I wear my jackets rather short?
     
  15. Marc mndt

    Marc mndt Call Me a Cab

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    ... It still covers my belt.
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  16. jglf

    jglf One of the Regulars

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    Anyone have issues with communication because of language barrier? I inquired about them making a jacket I found on their Instagram but wasn’t on their website. The response I received was kind of jumbled and contradicted itself. It was very cordial, but I’m just concerned that there will be errors on a custom jacket bc of requests being lost in translation.
     
  17. mtrlr

    mtrlr One of the Regulars

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    I'm quite tempted by the longer jacket/coat, such as the car coat or the peacoat.
     
  18. marker2037

    marker2037 A-List Customer

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    Just reiterate again in the next email reply your specs and everything you want exactly.

    Yes, the language is not perfect, but if you just politely repeat yourself and ask if it's understood then you'll be happier in the end knowing you are on the same page.
     
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  19. Monitor

    Monitor

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    I really like the look of the thread Thedi is using. Much nicer than on most other jackets.
     

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