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Bumpity?

 

 

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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post
 

Can anyone help me understand what I've got here? I bought it because it seemed old and cool, based on the label I'm going to say late 60s, maybe early 70s, but I really have no idea. Seems to be a hunting suit of some kind, has a game pouch. Pretty heavy material, but not insulated in any way. @Nataku ? @capnwes ? Not even sure of the brand, to be honest. Is it Redhead?

 

Available

 

Thanks!

 

 

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I don't follow this thread as closely as I should so I'm sure I've missed some backstory here. 

 

Just straight bullshittin, dawg.

post #16787 of 51492
@sloozebury

Where'd you pick yours up? Got mine in the GW dig where we found the Lobbs
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Just straight bullshittin, dawg.

:fonz:

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hahaha

 

dug mine out of the exact same place!

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what do the back of the zipper pulls say? if they're ykk, then they're not 60s-70s. i'm actually kinda suspecting they're some kind of heritage homage japanese thing... mebbe somebody who reads japanese can help decipher that label? do they look old or just old styling - it's hard to tell from here. but hint - most us-made jackets from the 60s-70s doesn't run sm med lg. it'll be 38, 42, etc. makes me think it's more recent... also compare the actual measurements to your Large. if it's 38" ptp that says something, no?
 
in any case, those 4-pocket button-fly trou are fugging dope. really really really great. love em.
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hahaha

dug mine out of the exact same place!

You back in town?

That's weird. Found it Friday. Had to be the same donor.
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Originally Posted by Cj52racers View Post

Camped on the polo spot from yesterday. Not much more vintage lolo, but decent enough


Porsche design 911S

This has to be the unsung hero of today's finds. Porsche licensed Adidas jacket???   :drool:

that would make me buy one just to wear it.  :stirpot:

 

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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post


Live here? Hah. I'm the damn governor.

Mr Regular is from there. and i would Reeeeeeeeeally Like to hear him rant as he goes through a Goodwill with Wes.
in this fashion:

 

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Originally Posted by double00 View Post
 

@Koala-T  i will translate it today. my reading in Japanese is slow.........


Edited by Thrift Vader - 10/14/15 at 6:03am
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Originally Posted by double00 View Post
 
 
 
what do the back of the zipper pulls say? if they're ykk, then they're not 60s-70s. i'm actually kinda suspecting they're some kind of heritage homage japanese thing... mebbe somebody who reads japanese can help decipher that label? do they look old or just old styling - it's hard to tell from here. but hint - most us-made jackets from the 60s-70s doesn't run sm med lg. it'll be 38, 42, etc. makes me think it's more recent... also compare the actual measurements to your Large. if it's 38" ptp that says something, no?
 
in any case, those 4-pocket button-fly trou are fugging dope. really really really great. love em.

Good call on checking the back of that pull zip. It's YKK, so that means either 80s+, or repro/heritage?

 

Here's some picks of the hook and bar closure on the pants.

^^ This says "RADE PARK" with a crown logo

 

^^ This says "DEPONIRT".

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Only Kopp if made in England.
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@Koala-T  i will translate it today. my reading in Japanese is slow.........

Thanks, Dude!

post #16796 of 51492
The Bold and the Beautiful

Filson


Has some staining on the left side which may not come out but way too badass to leave. POP!


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Edited by OolongT - 10/13/15 at 10:24pm
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Not sure if this is a thing

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Filson


Has some staining on the left side which may not come out but way too badass to leave. POP!


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I knew it was a Boglioli! Good shit!

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Not sure if this is a thing


I left that for you, bro. Enjoy

Big ass shout outs to vexco!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! For an excellent excellent trade! Because of him my flannel game is stronger than ever!
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Nice little e thrift sneeking in at 9.65% but close enough.
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Originally Posted by snackbandit View Post

I've handled a fake one and, though not as clean sounding as the real deal, they have a distinct ping as well.

Best way to tell is definitely via the serial numbers being too perfectly lined up/engraved.

Unfortunately, I'd have to agree in thinking that one one is fake as well @freehand
  

Sorry!

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Originally Posted by Takai View Post

This is 100% Fake. Laque de chine "Chinese Lacquer" looks completely different, yours is their "Diamond Head" pattern. The stamp on the bottom is the autentication mark for the Lacquer see below.



 That is a Ligne 1, but the stamp is the same.

Thanks fellas, I'd convinced myself it was fake but good to know for sure.

Takai, can you post your Rolex so I can return the favour?
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