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Originally Posted by Shanejosephxxx View Post

Lucky you! Junk so far frown.gif

+1 frown.gif
post #41132 of 51097
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Originally Posted by Letric View Post
 

 

You saw the blood stains inside one of the sleeves on that shirt, right?

 

 

Grabbed this guy, who was sitting right next to it:

 

 

Absolute mint. :sly:

Blood comes out easy. 

post #41133 of 51097
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Originally Posted by Letric View Post

You saw the blood stains inside one of the sleeves on that shirt, right?


Grabbed this guy, who was sitting right next to it:




Absolute mint. sly.gif


Never let me down before.
post #41134 of 51097

fun, strange one-stop:

 

peterman lambswool flannel

 

is this mainline? i have no idea about LBM but a nice jacket.

 

deadstock us nike, us adidas trefoil

 

old as shit wool flannel cap. look at the purls on the grommets.

 

no idea what team this is, red is not accurate these are braves colors.

 

remnant of a tag, i think this is New Era from the 30s or 40s.

post #41135 of 51097
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Originally Posted by thebuddahman View Post

Errr...*hand up*
Thom Browne 36 is more like a 32
post #41136 of 51097
@double00 not mainline. Lubiam is mainline. LBM 1911 is the softer constructed and Luigi Bianchi Mantova is fused junk (at least in my experience). Nice fabrics though.
post #41137 of 51097
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Originally Posted by Versace Guy View Post

Thom Browne 36 is more like a 32

Thom Browne uses 1-5 sizing and this is a size "1," so roughly a 36 I believe. I wish it fit me frown.gif

I've been lusting after Thom Browne for ~10 years now.. Maybe someday I'll find one for myself
post #41138 of 51097

Haven't been this excited about a buy since my glory days. It applies as long as that percentage rule is still around. @impuntura these were picked up fair, ie not a thrift, don't worry :lol: 

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Originally Posted by rokor View Post





Haven't been this excited about a buy since my glory days. It applies as long as that percentage rule is still around. @impuntura
 these were picked up fair, ie not a thrift, don't worry lol8%5B1%5D.gif 
Is this prada? I can't see what the tag says on my phone
post #41140 of 51097

Haider Ackermann. My cam is just about useless if I'm using it's screen to judge clarity.

post #41141 of 51097
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

Is this prada? I can't see what the tag says on my phone

That or recent Burberry Prorsum would have been my guess. Cool pants either way!
post #41142 of 51097
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Originally Posted by dazedstate View Post

@double00 not mainline. Lubiam is mainline. LBM 1911 is the softer constructed and Luigi Bianchi Mantova is fused junk (at least in my experience). Nice fabrics though.

 

just looking around i don't think there is a label called "lubiam" currently. that's the parent company. i doubt if hardly anything they make is fully canvassed (fwiw this jacket is half-canvassed and not what i would call fine tailoring in any case). 

 

thanks anyways.

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Originally Posted by double00 View Post

just looking around i don't think there is a label called "lubiam" currently. that's the parent company. i doubt if hardly anything they make is fully canvassed (fwiw this jacket is half-canvassed and not what i would call fine tailoring in any case). 

thanks anyways.

No prob. Perhaps they don't have a high end line any longer. Ive seen a few of those and they were all fused. Cool that some of it is at least half canvassed
post #41144 of 51097
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Originally Posted by rokor View Post
 

Haider Ackermann. My cam is just about useless if I'm using it's screen to judge clarity.

 

I'd have guessed Rick or Haider. If you move them and they're 36-38 waist, let me know!

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BMX gurus, is this the Performer I'm looking for? Grabbed it either way, but finding conflicting info on how to read serial numbers and what not. If serial decoding sites are correct it's an 87 (or perhaps 07?). Edit: 2004. Not the Performer I was looking for. Could tell it wasn't 87 but wished it was. Oh well.



Edited by carreragt7 - 7/21/16 at 7:30pm
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