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@Gerry Nelson the cord looks great.

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@Gerry Nelson the cord looks great.

 

Thank you! So does your fit! Which season is that jacket from?

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@ Gerry Nelson  - does the cords look more brownish or olive? Thanks.

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@ Gerry Nelson  - does the cords look more brownish or olive? Thanks.

 

They definitely look more olive in real life compared to the images I've seen.

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Thank you! So does your fit! Which season is that jacket from?

I believe its from SS14....I think its the high count twill rendition. 

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Anyone have experience machine washing/drying EG cotton jackets?

Just got an older Bedford that could certainly use a wash, but a little shrinkage from a dryer wouldn't hurt. For what it's worth, I wash/dry anything I own that's cotton.
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Anyone have experience machine washing/drying EG cotton jackets?

Just got an older Bedford that could certainly use a wash, but a little shrinkage from a dryer wouldn't hurt. For what it's worth, I wash/dry anything I own that's cotton.
I've washed a ripstop jacket on a cool wash and it was fine, but I hang dry rather than use dryers.
post #3533 of 3592
I've done both. No issues, but drying in a dryer could produce some fading/marking depending on the type of cotton. Not necessarily a bad thing.
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I've washed a ripstop jacket on a cool wash and it was fine, but I hang dry rather than use dryers.

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I've done both. No issues, but drying in a dryer could produce some fading/marking depending on the type of cotton. Not necessarily a bad thing.

Thanks for the replies! I think I'm gonna give it a go. The fabric is a slightly spongy HBT-ish weave and it's a little faded to begin with. Hopefully it works out alright.
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Ripstop Bedford
Hooded interliner
19cbd
Cords
Alden
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EG
Vintage
Rogue Territory
Novesta

Shitty photo while hitting thrift/secondhand stores yesterday. Stoked to finally own a Bedford, I now fully understand why everyone loves them.
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Looking good, Matt. Glad you finally found one.
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EG
Vintage
Rogue Territory
Novesta

Shitty photo while hitting thrift/secondhand stores yesterday. Stoked to finally own a Bedford, I now fully understand why everyone loves them.

 

 

Looking good. Try it buttoned up all the way as well. It's pretty cool that way.

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fall season we really out here

 

EG, EG, Levi's, RW

 

 

 

 

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fall season we really out here


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