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Honestly one of my favorite sl jackets. Wish I had one.

 

I do want one. But I have other colors. Might just get for the love of it. Even though most slp fans have.

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Originally Posted by niyengar View Post
 

I'm a 9.5 in Nike/Ultra boosts but a true 9 (my MM GAT sizing, etc.) and I have a 41 in all of my boots. They start a bit snug in the toes but become perfect after a wear or two (and I have wide feet). I wear thin socks with most of my pairs, though.

 

On another note, does anyone here have experience with SLP Rangers compared to CP Winter Combat boots? I'm on the fence between the two and prices will effectively be the same. I'm just trying to figure out whether the low-profile of the Ranger (which I prefer) is worth it over the bigger lugs on the CP's which may be more helpful in Michigan. I love the external zip on the rangers too.

 


TTS on combat boots. Too stiff, not much stretch. TTS forsure. 

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Your description of how the regular jodhpurs can look reminds of this:



I understand the concern with this. Can bother me at times. But to me the high jodhpurs just look like classic man boot with more character to it. I'm taller than harry also.

Also can anybody confirm if there is anyway a cobbler can make the shaft smaller so the boot doesn't fold like that?

I doubt is possible but never know
I do wonder if the old versions (fw13/14) has smaller shaft and it was less flapped. I think the new ones have a bigger shaft. As the market grew small shaft became an issue.
i.e. Wyatt over the years
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what's up guys. i have to confess i'm not impressed by some of the new obviously vaccarello stuff trickling into the stores.

i'm clearing out some old and rare stuff. first, OG FW13 calf L17. second, ultra rare first season "L02" (leather) jacket, probably my overall fav leather from hedi's ysl era. also various glitter/lurex blazers (black, gold, silver). all size 48. pm me if interested.
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Originally Posted by neonrider View Post

what's up guys. i have to confess i'm not impressed by some of the new obviously vaccarello stuff trickling into the stores.

i'm clearing out some old and rare stuff. first, OG FW13 calf L17. second, ultra rare first season "L02" (leather) jacket, probably my overall fav leather from hedi's ysl era. also various glitter/lurex blazers (black, gold, silver). all size 48. pm me if interested.

Could we get a pic of the L02? I definitely can't afford a leather right now but idk what that even is and google images didn't really have much.
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sure, fyi the first season leathers all had "L" numbers. the "L02" was a band collar double rider with a belt, the "L03" was a straight single rider, and so on. i think the plan was to make them permanent but they never really did. it's a shame because they were pretty spectacular, the leather was the original polished lamb and the cuts were super severe. they were much less overdone and better fitting than newer season leathers. here''s some pics of the L02.



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Does anyone in this thread have the Shearling Bomber jacket for sale? Size 44 , thanks!

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Combat rangers are great if you're going for that Chic Aryan brotherhood comrade look! :slayer:

 

Also they look like clown shoes if you don't size properly :)

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Originally Posted by rk13 View Post
 

Does anyone in this thread have the Shearling Bomber jacket for sale? Size 44 , thanks!

 

no one knows which one you're on about

 

unless this is the new

 

'wish this was a size X'

 

or 

 

'still available?' (to never be heard from again)

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Originally Posted by SirGrotius View Post

Count me in as another fan of those combat boots. Do you mind sharing where you found them? When I look at the online store I see the crocodile embossed version.

They're on farfetch!

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TTS on combat boots. Too stiff, not much stretch. TTS forsure. 

Good to know! There is a pair of the classic rangers in a half size down at the Rodeo store that I may try out anyways because I prefer the slightly taller boot
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Originally Posted by neonrider View Post

sure, fyi the first season leathers all had "L" numbers. the "L02" was a band collar double rider with a belt, the "L03" was a straight single rider, and so on. i think the plan was to make them permanent but they never really did. it's a shame because they were pretty spectacular, the leather was the original polished lamb and the cuts were super severe. they were much less overdone and better fitting than newer season leathers. here''s some pics of the L02.

 

 

 

I would love the plain zip up café racer with collar. had my eye out for that for awhile now. ive almost checked out completely these days. might buy another denim shirt, a brown Dylan belt and the denim jacket with corduroy collar on mr. p because it's country as hell ... but that's it.

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@Ranger44 thanks. ya, for sure happy with the pick up. Classic for sure and I don't really see em here
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If the L03 is the one with the collar. Would LOVE TO HAVE THAT.. i wanted that more than the L01 at first but by the time i had the money to buy that, it was already gone. Its an amazing piece.
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the cafe racer is on farfetch and end. be warned you'll need to size up about 2 and its ridiculously delicate. nice jacket in any case. if you're also dead set on a designer racer, DH make some incredible ones. 
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