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post #16 of 83
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we've got a small, an xl, and an xxl left in the jacket. its half off of the original ticket of 849 so if we have the size you're looking for, drop me a line ASAP
post #17 of 83
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Hey everybody, hope your holiday weekends were driven by A1 Steak Sauce and 30 Racks!

just wanted to post up a few sale items for people looking for a Deal


Danner Boots

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I assume you all know the drill with Danner. Made in Oregon, throwback hiking style, welted and all. these range from 310.00 to 330.00 or so and we're moving them out so if anyone wants to get the jump on boot season I can let these go for 50% off the tag. we have some whole sizes left in the 9 to 12 range, so give me a shout



Brooklyn Circus

350350

These sweaters are ultra warm and have some excellent detailing if you're a vintage nut; drop shoulders, patchwork, and a chunky as hell shawl collar. they could easily act as transitional season jackets as well as winter sweaters. good size run left of these, as well Retail on these was 345 and 335 respectively, we're marking them down to 199 USD

As always, feel free to contact me here, or at Portlanddrygoods@gmail.com or twitter

Will be taking some images of more of our offerings soon. private label shirting should arrive in a couple weeks and I've got GANT on deck along with some nice tees and streetwear offerings.
post #18 of 83
You definitely have some great items! Disappointed that you don't have an online shop.
post #19 of 83
Subscribing. Been in the store many times as my wife and I visit PdG every time we visit Portland (drive from Canada). Great bunch of people work here and if you are I the area, make sure you toto David Wood a couple of doors down for some MC off-the-hookness!
post #20 of 83
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McQueen - I hear you man. I dont know if we have the volume for online right now but im pushing the owners as often as I can about it.

Thebunk - good to hear from a visitor! I'm trying to figure out how to incorporate some of dave's offerings into this thread without ending up in MC/SW&D limbo. If you lot need some aldens we might have the hookup.
post #21 of 83
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Originally Posted by Portland Dry Goods View Post

McQueen - I hear you man. I dont know if we have the volume for online right now but im pushing the owners as often as I can about it.
Thebunk - good to hear from a visitor! I'm trying to figure out how to incorporate some of dave's offerings into this thread without ending up in MC/SW&D limbo. If you lot need some aldens we might have the hookup.

I would not worry about the MC vs SW&D limbo. Epaulet do a great job of balancing both and I would say you guys plus David Wood would be a great collection (plus some of the Barbour stuff as well). With David Wood's tweeds, custom shirts and Aldens plus the usual casual staples that you guys carry of Gant, The Hillside and others, it makes for a nice mix (in my opinion).
post #22 of 83
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thebunk - I'll be seeing what dave has in there and reporting back for sure. i know theres some upcoming fall stuff that SW&D might be interested in.

But for now......

Barbour International / McQueen Summer 2012

233500

Dust Jacket in Black and Ecru with Mr McQueen himself on the lining...
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500
Washington Jacket, American Flag lining, no patch (which the rexton featured last year). otherwise, another very cool interpretation of the international more akin to the great escape.

500
Leather International (this thing has to be felt in person, the leather is Buttery as it gets

500
Leather Shirt Jacket - Could potentially be worn as a shirt. lined for comfort, and like the above features an incredibly soft hide

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International slicker. I had to warm up to these but I feel like the electric colors are a nice departure from olive clad beauforts. they give off a kind of modern vibe (cross your fingers for a Jil Collab, ha)

500
Shawl Neck Sweat

500
Moto zip sweater from last season - still have a couple of these left

500
Chambray with hidden placket, hidden collar buttons. real solid detailing here.

500
Washed denim shirt. speaks for itself
post #23 of 83
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PDG Private Label to be digitized shortly. really siked about these shirts
post #24 of 83
I'm still interested in that Barbour bicycle jacket. Are there any left?
post #25 of 83
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I'm still interested in that Barbour bicycle jacket. Are there any left?

yes, Just the S and the XXL. send me a PM if you get the chance and we have your size!
post #26 of 83
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Been a while guys,

still working on getting new product into the JPEG world, but heres a few photos from the recent going ons in town. every year Portland hosts "The Old Port Fest" which generally deviates into alot of day drinking and music. Okay with us! here's our booth where we stunted on locals and raffled off some totes and some gift cards

Rori Killing it / Breaking Hearts
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Our Made In Maine Display
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Music Sponsored by the local Irish pub
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post #27 of 83
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Introducing...

Pierrepont Hicks Neckwear

From their website:
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A girl from Brooklyn met a guy from Minneapolis, and Pierrepont Hicks was founded. Based in Minnesota, married entrepreneurs, Mac + Kat wed on Scotland’s Hebrides Isles, where they had a blast researching bold woolens for his wedding kilt. They honeymooned on the Adriatic coast, and learned, serendipitously, Croatia is the birthplace of the cravat. Our ties are produced in New York and will always be American-made.
With experience in fashion + publishing in New York for over ten years, Kat spent time at Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Gourmet + ELLE magazines. Mac worked in real estate development and construction for over 12 years. With the birth of their daughter, it was time to embark on this journey and Pierrepont Hicks was created.

I'm really happy to have these in house; the first bowtie I ever picked up was a reversable batwing number that has served me well to this day

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From left to right:

Signature Silk with upland cow embroidery in Espresso / Crema
Patterned Seersucker in Navy / Orange
Fly Fishing Club tie in Olive Wool
Navy Bowtie w/ Red Stripe in Linen
Blue/Red Plaid in Linen
post #28 of 83
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Howlin by Morrison

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Edited by Portland Dry Goods - 7/15/12 at 12:17pm
post #29 of 83
I will hopefully be rolling through Portland this coming Monday/Tuesday, looking forward to dropping into the shop if I have time.
post #30 of 83
Currently brainstorming a reason to drive up from south shore Mass, store looks great.
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