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We're looking into it. As I understand, we have not changed velcro color so the variation must be from the photo. We're double checking in any case.
Joachim's estimates should be the most accurate since he's dealing with the main production runs. I am following up with production regarding the velcro though and I'm just waiting on news about sourcing a lighter one. The images we had of the original suits did vary, including the darker velcro, but after having gone through more screen shots the lighter, more matching coloring, seems to be more prevalent. It could be an issue with color change over time, the way the Stantz suit is now a two-tone.
So I've had some approval images of the new velcro....and whilst it is a lot better than the other velcro which was too brown/olive I still think it's not perfect. However I also got some (LQ) approval images of my V2 suit...The velcro on the v2 is much better....Why can't this be used on the V1? Pictures for comparison
I'm interested in what others think but I think using the same velcro on the V1 and the V2 would solve this latest issue?
Apoloogies for the low quality of the images - Such low quality images were deemed appropriate.
Hi Indy, hope all is well?
Just to jump in on this, my suit arrived a few days ago, just got around to opening it up.
Unfortunately, I too have the darker Velcro issue as illustrated.
Also, I paid to have a distressed finish which has not been done.
Tiny bit disappointed to be honest, as I was hugely looking forward to having the ultimate replica Ghostbusters jumpsuit to go with the rest of my set-up & after waiting so long for it to arrive it’s fallen just short of the hurdle due to the factory, for what is obviously a well thought out replica by yourself.
Hope we can find some sort of solution to this in-line with others.