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Jesus, end are out. Who else has these?
I got these in rust brown a year or two ago. They're great but fit HUGE. I am a 36 waist and own these in 34 and even after hot-washing them to try and shrink them, they're still the biggest trousers I own by a long way. I'd definitely recommend them for the material and construction but you should try them in person if you can.
As in this ad (not mine): Mint condition. Both the latest Mens File and Clutch magazines with a special binding to hold them together. New and mint, price includes postage anywhere.
Cheers for the heads-up. I am sorely tempted by the blue version at Kafka but I aöready have the blue herringbone tweed Mallory with dark blue ventile patches which would be really similar colour-wise to this one, as well as a dark blue Stone Island waterproof.I do have an M65 style CP jacket in the Army colour but I have nothing in the stone tweed colour, I really like the look of it in the photos.I think I'll just wait another year, the Ventile/ Harris tweed combo will...
Anyone know if there are any camermans left in the army & stone colourway in a 50? I was too slow out of the blocks when the sales started and all the usual places are sold out.
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I'd never heard of freewheelers until the last couple of threads but looking on their website, some of their pieces look incredible. Anyone have more info on them? Where to kop outside Japan?
Am selling a NWT Harris Tweed Wide Lapel Jacket here at £50 below the online sale price.
All the details here: Fits tight, I'd say best for a 40" chest if you like a standard fit or 42" chest if you like jackets to fit really snug Size 52 - Large Pit to Pit - 21" Back - 28" Shoulder - 19.5" Arm - 19" New with tags, unworn. RRP is £600 and currently available for £360
Hey Eric, I wear NC parkas or Mallory with extra layers when off-piste but never while actually skiing. I tried a parka once and it was certainly warm enough, but when I started to work hard and sweat I nearly boiled compared to when I wear technical ski-wear. I find the down filled parkas are great when you're just walking around but when being really active they simply aren't breathable enough for me and I overheat. Let me know how you get on though.Ps. The coastal...
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