That's the stuff you're looking for. Great style and great colors. Nice find!Japan had some great repro vintage outdoor wear/gear when I was there last. They had actually licensed Banana Equipment and Wilderness Experience labels and were reproducing some of their daypacks. So cool!
This week's finds.
Talbott 40 R
Zegna 40 R
Canali sport coats x 2. 42 R. Seriously contemplating keeping the brown plaid one.
Canali suit. 42 R
LVC 1947 . 34x34
@Fueco, do you happen to know the date on this one? Code is F1. Fall '01?
Tyrwhytt suit. 42 S
Wes, that looks like a great trip!Nothing of any value, but an oddity for sure. Modern BDU jacket that states it's a hot weather jacket in Woodland camo, but appears to be a heavier-weight twill in Tiger Stripe camo.Why can't this be an XL?! One of my favorite bands. They've changed their style a bit over the years (blues-rock, progressive, folk-prog, etc), yet still had a distinct sound that you could pick out anywhere.
Not sure, but I don't think so. I used to see this stuff in the military surplus stores a lot in the mid 90's. I think they called it "Urban camouflage". Strange seeing those USAF patches on that, as I never really could figure out who wore this stuff and what it's purpose was. They used the woodland pattern but had some weird color combo's like yellow/black/gray, red/black, navy blue/black/gray and that purple one that you found. Haven't seen it anywhere since then. I...