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Ok, a little late but w/e.

 

This week has been ok, highlight was making it on the PTO Roundup with that EG Shirt from last week.

 

 

L: Patagonia Fremont Jacket (XS), R: Patagonia Integral Jacket (S)

 

 

L: Filson Style 705 Guide Vest (M), R: Pringle Cashmere V-Neck (46)

 

 

Back Row is Gant Rugger Madras Shirts (XL), Lime Green Linen Z Zegna (XL), Pendleton Blackwatch Shirt (L)

 

 

Normally don't mess with Nudie honestly, but cheap selvege is cheap selvege. (32W x 33L)

 

 

Patagonia Made in the USA Vest having a hard time finding the name, but its style #84012 (XL)

 

 

 

Then the main event, that Sulka I teased earlier, no size tag unfortunately, but 25.5" PTP. I paid up for this but probably still less than 10% of retail since it's all cashmere. Not spoilering, don't care.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now, to hit a couple stores before the game.

post #17207 of 51380
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Patagonia Made in the USA Vest having a hard time finding the name, but its style #84012 (XL)

 

 

 

 

Puffball Vest

post #17208 of 51380
Thread Starter 
That sulka is gorgeous.
post #17209 of 51380
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Originally Posted by varietygoods View Post

Who's the vintage outerwear expert around here? Was it @Fueco
? I've got a VERY heavily insulated Woolrich down puffer jacket with no "made in ... " label. Talon zippers. Looking for a vintage and Country of Manufacture on it. Pics below...




Not sure of the country of manufacture, but I'll bet it was made in the USA as I've found more than a few from that era that were made here. Don't think they started outsourcing until the late 80's. That jacket is probably from the mid 70's-early 80's.
post #17210 of 51380
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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post

Not sure of the country of manufacture, but I'll bet it was made in the USA as I've found more than a few from that era that were made here. Don't think they started outsourcing until the late 80's. That jacket is probably from the mid 70's-early 80's.

Thanks! My suspicion was USA made, but was unsure of vintage. Thanks!!
post #17211 of 51380

The past week, probably like 3 stores. nothing crazy. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THIS THING IS AMAZEBALLS. Unlined, dual vent, pick stitching everywhere, and the fabric is a flannel. WTF

 

 

 

Available for cost plus shipping. was hoping it would fit me better than it actually does. and I missed some moth holes. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

N/A

 

 

 

 

post #17212 of 51380
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That sulka is gorgeous.

+1!

 

i see 2 lining content - which is the lining that is 85% wool 15% silk lining? and which is cupro?

and are those hood buttons on the back of the collar? 

 

too nice!

post #17213 of 51380
Finally the inflation has reached my goodwill with a joseph a. bank coat at $149.99. frown.gif

Thankfully they didn't catch this!7.99!

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I was looking through all my shit today and thought man, most of this is stuff I found before I was a part of this thread. I'll be posting those things for the foreseeable future. All are from the personal stash, and most will be ties, probably. Enjoy.

 

Never spent a dime over $4 for any of these up here in Cleveland.

 

 

Better pic of Kiton found recently (love this thing, it's perfect in every way)

 

 

 

 

post #17215 of 51380

Anyone have a pair of bean boots in sz 8 for sale?

post #17216 of 51380
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Anyone have a pair of bean boots in sz 8 for sale?

Haha this might lead to the whole llbean return policy argument again. ( I have a shearling pair in size 14 if you want). :lol:

post #17217 of 51380
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Originally Posted by double00 View Post

+1!

i see 2 lining content - which is the lining that is 85% wool 15% silk lining? and which is cupro?
and are those hood buttons on the back of the collar? 

too nice!

The body is the silk wool blend. The sleeves are the bemberg. Yea, they are for the hood, but it wasn't anywhere to be found when I bought it unfortunately.
post #17218 of 51380

Nothing crazy this weekend. On a roll finding "good" Lands End: made in England lambswool sweater, mohair square end tie, pure cashmere scarf

 

Zegna 15 mil mil houndstooth 54L
 

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What kind of jacket is this?  Polo RL suede M - avail

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Home from school for the weekend,

 

Brioni (38) Zegna (36) Theory (34) Incotex (33)

 

 

Unvented but it was $4.99

 

POP (28)

 

William Lockie X APC (XL) Reigning champ (S)

 

Kuro, EG (L) POP!

 

Hella old Brioni sport SS fun shirt

 

I was just thinking about how annoying it was that my sister stole my barbour scarf

 

UKIP tie (for my other sister, she worked for a member of the party in the EP) PRL womens or kids belt

 

these were 4.99

 

 

POP (all 18)

 

 

 

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All of this is available.

 

  


 

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Waist: 16

Inseam: 31.25

Front Rise:10.5

Rear Rise: 14.6

Thigh: 12.5

Leg Opening: 8.5

 

 

 

   

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Waist: 16.5

Inseam: 31.75

Front Rise: 10

Rear Rise: 12.75

Thigh:12.5

Leg Opening: 32.2

 

  

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Pit to pit: 25.5

Sleeves from zipper to cuff: 34.5

Sleeves from pit to cuff: 25.5

Shoulders: NA

Length from bottom of collar to hem: 27

 

 

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Pit to pit: 21.5

Sleeves from shoulder to cuff: 27

Sleeves from pit to cuff: 19.25

Shoulders: 19.25

Length from bottom of collar to hem: 25.75

 

 

 

 

   


 

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Pit to pit: 23.5

Sleeves from mid back to cuff: 34

Sleeves from pit to cuff: 22

Length from bottom of collar to hem: 35

 

 

 

  


 

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Pit to pit: 23.75

Sleeves from shoulder to cuff: 26

Sleeves from pit to cuff: 19.25

Shoulders: 26.25

Length from bottom of collar to hem: 30

 

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some stains on the sleeve, but i think they may come out.

 

Pit to pit: 24.25

Sleeves from shoulder to cuff: 26.25

Sleeves from pit to cuff: 22.5

Shoulders: 21.75

Length from bottom of collar to hem: 27.25

 

  

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Pit to pit: 21

Sleeves from shoulder to cuff: 25

Sleeves from pit to cuff: 19.25

Shoulders: 18.25

Length from bottom of collar to hem: 22.25


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