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Tons of new product hitting the web this November, we're trying to ramp up while we redesign the site. (by the way. PM me any feedback if you're clicking around and like / don't like something and I can relay it to the team!)

Catching up on notifying y'all, so here's what I think is the most interesting new arrival;

R.M. Williams


Comfort Craftsman


Suede Craftsman

For those of you who don't know these guys, they make the "baller boot" version of blundstones and have been in operation in Australia for close to a century. Just recently they've made themselves more accessible to USA accounts, and we jumped on them. The comfort craftsman has a rubber sole, my boss says it's the most comfortable shoe he's ever worn. I tried on the suede and have to agree, though mine didn't even have the comfort insole and rubber outsole. I'm a sucker for the chocolate suede, but sleek lasts and chisel toes seem to look good no matter the material.

Dream of wrangling kangaroos here, in the meantime we'll be bolstering the online stock and circling back here with more in the future.
post #182 of 190
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New up on the site:

S.N.S. Herning


Fisherman's Sweater


Terminal Sweater


Neuron Sweater

You know these guys already; Danish bubble knit wool specialists, their sweaters a must have for anyone who lives where it drops below freezing. We also picked up a handful of their scarves which are simple in texture but have nice color combos in some sailor stripes for a touch of the New England nautical vibe.

post #183 of 190
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Private White V. C.



"Woolen Shacket" - This thing feels like a chore coat built to fit and feel like a sport coat. Slim tailored fit, and a fine suiting wool type fabric. the only things that really separate this from a blazer are the 4 button closure, the collar substituting for a lapel, and the lack of a chest pocket. An awesome casual jacket with some form to it, functionally it reminds me of the EG bedford jacket. Probably my favorite piece from this drop.


"Piccadilly Shacket" - more typical shirt jacket in a fine cotton twill. big custom buttons, side entry pockets, all the right bells & whistles.


"Pilot's Wool Bomber" - a bomber for the bomber guys! removable fuzzy collar, luxurious navy wool shell, padded insulated body (not removable, sorry summer gang), this is the heaviest outerwear piece we have from VC and it could carry a lot of us New Englanders deep into the winter.


"Cotton Jersey Pocket Sweatshirt" - very strait forward piece, name pretty much tells it all. Of note are the two exterior pockets in place of the usual kangaroo pocket, making this a bit less bulky while still providing some utility (if theres one thing we like here, its good pockets.).

In general, the finishing on this stuff marks some of the best craftsmanship we've seen in the shop. Everything is well built and nicely executed. For more info click through & get your English workwear fix online, or stop by in person.
post #184 of 190
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Hey guys,

Thought we'd chime in on the "Cyber Monday" thing this time around. Code goes live at midnight. Feel free to PM or email me with any inquiries for EG (code applies!) and have at everything else! let me know if you have trouble accessing the deal.

Hope your weekends were peaceful and plentiful!

-D.O.
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Hey guys,

Thought we'd chime in on the "Cyber Monday" thing this time around. Code goes live at midnight. Feel free to PM or email me with any inquiries for EG (code applies!) and have at everything else! let me know if you have trouble accessing the deal.

Hope your weekends were peaceful and plentiful!

-D.O.

Are items purchased with this code refundable?  

post #186 of 190
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Are items purchased with this code refundable?  

We try to keep sale merchandise final sale, but I'd be happy to run measurements or fit details down for you, and if we have the inventory exchanges are fine as well.
post #187 of 190
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Walking to work this morning was nasty. Snowed last night, rained in the morning. Coincidentally we just put up some Arc'teryx gear (including two pieces from the well regarded Veilance sub division) that I'm wishing i had instead of my 60/40 today.









Fleece Layers, Soft Shell Vests, Goretex Down and finally the stealth luxury options, all available in Portland Dry Goods' new arrivals
post #188 of 190

Stupid question but anyone know how to install the Tanner camera strap? Is there some guide or video? thx

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Stupid question but anyone know how to install the Tanner camera strap? Is there some guide or video? thx

I don't know if we've ever actually had the camera strap in here, I don't think I've played with one myself (though the camera bag is incredible).

looks like there are two cord loops, one on each side that you can make a slip knot with on either side of your camera? might depend on the camera body. I don't know of any particular tutorial but check your local camera shop if you have one they might be able to help you out.
post #190 of 190

Would you mind providing measurements on the Private White VC Woolen Shacket in XL?

 

Thanks so much!

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