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New York Hat Co, EG, 501's, Vans

 

New York Hat Co, EG, 501's, Red Wings 

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Originally Posted by vcrash View Post

With all the talk of long shirts in one of the other EG threads, I figured I'd throw this up here:


FW14 Long Dayton, SS09 Andover/Cinch Pants

Not the greatest photo, but I like the silhouette - I find the Dayton is pretty easy to wear as a shirt, with or without a layer over it.


I have been trying to find this shirt in XL for so long. frown.gif
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Ranted about my continued affinity for EG on SimpleThreads, but I figured I'd cross-post the photos here incase you don't feel like reading.







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Dude you should model for EG.
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Looks great.

What is the jacket ?

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Ss12 field parka
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Chauncey shirt

fatigue shorts

Russell Moccs

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Work fit:

 

 

Bedford (S/S 15)

Kamakura

Wily Post (S/S 16)

Alden

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Figures that wear birks once all week and it rains. 

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EG metallic poplin and others

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Sorry if this is not the correct place, but new here. Wondering if you could enlighten me about the below jacket, which has a similar silhouette to the M-41, except no cinchback and chest pockets instead of hand warmer. It's padded, made from charcoal herringbone wool, with cotton body/paisley sleeve lining and one internal pocket like those on the EG deck jacket.

 

 

 

Thanks

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Originally Posted by TerryBobby View Post

Sorry if this is not the correct place, but new here. Wondering if you could enlighten me about the below jacket, which has a similar silhouette to the M-41, except no cinchback and chest pockets instead of hand warmer. It's padded, made from charcoal herringbone wool, with cotton body/paisley sleeve lining and one internal pocket like those on the EG deck jacket.








Thanks

This is an older model called the "military jacket" - this particular one is from FW09 or FW08. Based on the paisley sleeve lining. It's a dope jacket, it sort of split off as the deck jacket and the M-41. Looks like a nice fabric. Good pick up!
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Thanks very much, it is appreciated.

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