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I haven't checked the thread in a while, but are there plans for more LBM (or others) Casentino? My father, of all people, is incredibly jealous of my coat.
Used is probably your best option, especially if you're looking at the styles in this thread. Vintage jackets are their own, cool thing - if you're set on new, it's better to save up for something you really want.
Don't get me wrong, it's still cool stuff - but it's not the heavy sashiko fabric that Fok and I and @soqueriaterum have talked about. Speaking of, I owe him an email. But the BBJ/Okura hunting jacket, which they do every season, is fantastic. 
The former is by "Gaijin Made," and is a different fabric from the Okura sashiko jackets/coats. If it's what I'm thinking of, it has a little bit of stretch in it and is slightly thinner. 
Speaking of leather things, I had the chance to try on a couple cool jackets last week in L.A. with @StanleyVanBuren. One was a great LL horsehide moto that I sadly don't have a picture of, but I do have a picture of this other HH moto jacket by The Flathead we found at Self Edge LA:         edit: I guess it's this one
 This makes a ton of sense to me. Perfect for guys like @EFV, or people who want a masculine jacket in a luxurious material. Everything looks scarily Pitti-ready (not always a bad thing). 
 I would happily read/contribute to this thread. Not that I know a ton, but I'd love a place to talk about old/repro flight jackets
Hello folks,   These are the taupe variant of Maison Martin Margiela's paint-splattered army trainers. They are size 45, which equates roughly to a US 11.5. Selling them because they're too small for my size 12 feet.   They are in lightly used condition, with almost no wear on the heels. There is some denim staining on the inside of the tongue, but otherwise they've barely been worn - so no worries that you're buying someone's gross sneakers. Nope, these are ready for...
wtf where did that come from, dude? That looks rad.
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