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thanks baron and robbie. Its not a Lee jacket, its by the japanese/californian brand Tenderloin. The little tag actually says "Tee"
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^ badass.
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Originally Posted by SuperBobo View Post
thanks baron and robbie. Its not a Lee jacket, its by the japanese/californian brand Tenderloin. The little tag actually says "Tee"

cool, so the uniform name stitching over the pocket must read ' tenderloin' then?
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post #30906 of 38322
^^Tuck shirt, cuff jeans again. Too sloppy now...
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cool, so the uniform name stitching over the pocket must read ' tenderloin' then?

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women's rain boots? ........
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Although I don't see men wearing them too often, I think wellingtons are unisex boots.
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Me: Radiohead 5EPxSF Adidas Him: Splendid Chip'n'Pepper Vans Bonus pic: Mauro in the cockpit.
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I love wellies, but those look totally out of place.
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Although I don't see men wearing them too often, I think wellingtons are unisex boots.

It looks like he is wearing a pair of hunters, these come in mens and womens cuts. They are field boots, for farming, dog walking, shooting etc...you arent likely to see many guys wearing them around town.
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women's rain boots? ........
Women's? Wellingtons originate from the first Duke of Wellington.
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Women's? Wellingtons originate from the first Duke of Wellington.

Yes, but here in NYC, I've seen about 99999999999999 women with these boots, and 0 men. Further, every store I've been in that stocks these have the boots in the women's section.
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That may be NYC but I know from first hand experience that in the Upper Midwest 99% of the wearers are male farmers. If I based my perception of them on purely on what I've seen first hand I'd consider them to be completely unfashionable farmer's boots.
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