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My problem is I can't tell the difference between any of the pendleton wool shirts. Wouldn't know a Board shirt from a campfire shirt if it slapped me in the face.

 

Here's what you need to know. 

 

The Trail Shirt – has a straight collar and elbow patches with one button-through pocket.
The Fireside Shirt – has a button down collar and one plain pocket.
The Lodge Shirt – has a straight collar and one pocket.
The Field Shirt – has the two button-through flap pockets.
The Board Shirt – the shirt prized by the Beach Boys, has a straight bottom, sport collar and two flap pockets. This shirt works as a shirt or a casual jacket.
The High Grade Western Shirt – has a snap front and cuffs with front and back peaked yokes.

This is awesome. One question: What do you mean by sport collar?

post #28892 of 51133
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This is awesome. One question: What do you mean by sport collar?

 

I am so glad I'm not the only one asking these questions.  Each one teach one, kinda thing. Tomorrow, I'm teaching a fellow SFer to use TurboLister. 

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Does sport collar = soft collar?

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My problem is I can't tell the difference between any of the pendleton wool shirts. Wouldn't know a Board shirt from a campfire shirt if it slapped me in the face.

 

 

And now you know how I feel when y'all start talking about gorge height and such things... :nest:

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This is awesome. One question: What do you mean by sport collar?

 

I always thought the sport collar referred to the fact that it had the loop. 

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Picked these vintage shoe stretchers for $4.

 

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Hoping things pick up here soon. 5 stores today. 1 pair of socks. At least they're comfy....


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Hoping things pick up here soon. 5 stores today. 1 pair of socks. At least they're comfy....

 

Haha. No doubt. I found a recent BB tweed, J Crew fair isle wool sweater, and a Patagonia puffer jacket at one store the other day and I felt like I had struck gold.

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Try and see if using an insert wouldn't help matters.

 

Hey! Hush now, @eazye  :fence:

 

 @MIkesChevelle and I are trying to make a trade for these!  

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TM lewin, vineyard vines, north face, southern tide, Varvatos

Peter millar

Patagonia hemp

Chippewa 6" boots
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Here's a tip for the thrifters that also go to estate sales. 

 

Vitamins.  

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Seriously.  Unopened and unexpired bottles of vitamins and supplements can bring good money.  I don't mean the Wal Mart Nature's Way vitamins. But, there are people that spend big $ on supplements and they can be flipped for money.  

 

Now, don't go out and buy a bunch and flood the market.  My wife would kill me.  She makes $$$ selling vitamins from estate sales. 

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Yesterday's finds...

 

 

Viyella (L)

 

 

 

Orvis flannel (L)

 

 

Pendleton Board Shirt (XL)

 

 

Louis Garneau Michelin cycling jersey (XL)

 

 

 

1989 Vintage Patagonia Snap-T (M)

 

 

 

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Holubar Chamois Cloth (S)

 

 

 

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Dildo Schmegma (40R 35x30.5)

 

 

 

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Wimmenz 3X1 Bell Bottoms (NWT) -25

 

 

 

Loudmouth Golf (34W)

 

 

 

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Patagonia Loulu Sneakers (10)

 

 

 

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Timbuk2 Sleuth Camera Backpack

 

 

 

Timbuk2 Classic Laptop Messenger -Medium

 

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E thrift came today, fits like a glove


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Older stuff that I forgot to post (NA).

 

Minty Suitsupply  suit.

 

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Helmut Lang bomber.

 

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PRL corneliani wool-cash flannel.

 

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Wish it were my size. Unhemmed NWOT Billy Reid donegal green faux tweed. 

 

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post #28905 of 51133
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Originally Posted by Nobleprofessor View Post
 

Here's a tip for the thrifters that also go to estate sales. 

 

Vitamins.  

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Seriously.  Unopened and unexpired bottles of vitamins and supplements can bring good money.  I don't mean the Wal Mart Nature's Way vitamins. But, there are people that spend big $ on supplements and they can be flipped for money.  

 

Now, don't go out and buy a bunch and flood the market.  My wife would kill me.  She makes $$$ selling vitamins from estate sales. 

 

By vitamins do you mean prescription pain killers, medicinal herb, and poppers?

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