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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post




Nom De Guerre Waxed International Jacket w/ Wool Lining

LET THE SYNTHESIS OF OLD REEDO AND NEW REEDO COMMENCE

That is very nice.
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Dunno about that asymmetrical pocket, bit gimmicky. Assume this gothy sheek was around $860? :p

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^Dude, just stop posting.
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Originally Posted by Isachenko View Post

Dunno about that asymmetrical pocket, bit gimmicky.

It's a natural result of hanging up a jacket too long. The pockets start to drift. That's why I fold all my jackets after three years of storage.
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Originally Posted by Isachenko View Post

Dunno about that asymmetrical pocket, bit gimmicky. Assume this gothy sheek was around $860? tongue.gif

e: nm
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Can we stop fucking quoting these people?
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^ lol

MSRP of NdG is not exactly relevant any more
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Originally Posted by GoldenTribe View Post

^ lol

MSRP of NdG is not exactly relevant any more

Too true, market prices for NDG pieces are all over the places these days, but man, their goods seem awfully low for retail compared to similar japanese goods in 2013
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Also, has anyone handled/worn/owned this piece before? I couldn't find stock pics or even what season it was from, though I'm guessing F/W '08. Hoping its as warm as the wool lining promises...
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I have a pretty similar piece with hook (Yes i know, but these are more like clasps a la cabourn cameraman) closures that's waxed cotton exterior with 90% wool/10% nylon lining... first expensive piece I ever bought (Off of ghostface). It's not as warm as you'd expect since the lining is rather thin, but it's decent. Not sure how cold portland gets, but it's definitely a piece I grab when it's cold outside in Cali fall/winter.
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Originally Posted by Abraxis View Post

I have a pretty similar piece with hook (Yes i know, but these are more like clasps a la cabourn cameraman) closures that's waxed cotton exterior with 90% wool/10% nylon lining... first expensive piece I ever bought (Off of ghostface). It's not as warm as you'd expect since the lining is rather thin, but it's decent. Not sure how cold portland gets, but it's definitely a piece I grab when it's cold outside in Cali fall/winter.

Yea I should be fine if I layer a bit underneath, cool! Do you have that crazy fireman jacket w/ all the clasps?
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http://page13.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/r106539057


This thing, yeah? I almost bought it retail back in, what, 2008? It's warm but it's not THAT warm, good layering piece.

PS Good deal on the link above, go buy it
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Yeah the thing that nicelynice linked. I wore it as my warmth piece to my interview today over my linen frank leder button down. Haha I originally bought it because ghostface's picures made it look this amazing grey, but turns out it was black.
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

Shah the CDGH+ coat is amazing

Solovair made in England oxfords


Leather is cheap but shape is good and I wanted no-yellow-stitch docs



/noobizor level obsurantism
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Originally Posted by Abraxis View Post

Yeah the thing that nicelynice linked. I wore it as my warmth piece to my interview today over my linen frank leder button down. Haha I originally bought it because ghostface's picures made it look this amazing grey, but turns out it was black.

oops. that's back when i owned a camera that washed out any color that was shot from 2+ ft. away. i hope you didn't regret buying it. shog[1].gif

i think that's the best piece ndg ever produced. i still wear mine all the time. i've found that the weight makes it's super versatile-- you can wear it unclasped in 55 degree weather or done up with the neck flap and a chunky knit layered under it in 20 degree weather.

shah-- those are both really excellent fits. i'm glad to see you pairing some cdg with your yohji stuff.
Edited by ghostface - 12/5/13 at 12:36am
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