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Alright, who's brave/stupid enough to try to get a gren on a cat? Pics of slashed-to-shit hands (and tie) or it didn't happen.

 

Tanny likes this vintage Robert Talbott in Chocolate Brown:

 

 

Lol @ my Ghurka Dopp Kit bag photobombing in the background

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LOL what are cats anyway?
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picked this up while out thrifting. Don't know anything about it except it's leather and made in Italy. It's really nice though! Anyone???

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Props @Letric
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Couple of other items I picked up today

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Originally Posted by Letric View Post
 

 

Tanny likes this vintage Robert Talbott in Chocolate Brown:

 

 

Lol @ my Ghurka Dopp Kit bag photobombing in the background

 

Hmm...tie's intact...no blood on cat's tongue...

 

Image result for are you a wizard meme

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^ Nah Tanny's just very tame with me. He appreciates fine textiles, and would never damage them! His favorite materials are Harris Tweed, 100% Cashmere sweaters and Kirmin Wool rugs.

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Originally Posted by Letric View Post
 

^ Nah Tanny's just very tame with me. He appreciates fine textiles, and would never damage them! His favorite materials are Harris Tweed, 100% Cashmere sweaters and Kirmin Wool rugs.

 

You know, Harris Tweed just doesn't do it for me. Way too rough. I could see a cat liking it as a scratching post, maybe?

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Thread Starter 
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Pre death Spoo?
Smooth as fuck suede
Way pre death, probably 89-91, probably made by Ruffo.
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Shocking news this morning. Classic shoemaking has lost one of the greats,Riccardo Freccia Bestetti.

As a follower of Jesus Christ, this helps remind me of how short life is, how meaningless "things" can be
and how urgent the gospel is.


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What would these measurements equate to in an unmarked jacket I have? 40L?

22" p2p
31" from boc
26" sleeve
18.5" shoulders.
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Way pre death, probably 89-91, probably made by Ruffo.

Thanks man.

Would you say that's a blouson type men's or women's .

Was in men's section and no other tags on it.

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Originally Posted by Ace_Face View Post

What would these measurements equate to in an unmarked jacket I have? 40L?

22" p2p
31" from boc
26" sleeve
18.5" shoulders.

I would say that's about a 40R/42R, 31 isn't crazy long. I remember reading somewhere that a general rule of thumb is anything 32 inches or over is considered a Long...don't know if that's how others view it though. 

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Originally Posted by dahl5yankees View Post

Shocking news this morning. Classic shoemaking has lost one of the greats,Riccardo Freccia Bestetti.

As a follower of Jesus Christ, this helps remind me of how short life is, how meaningless "things" can be
and how urgent the gospel is.


 
Sorry, another non-thrift post. Frank Foster just passed away as well. Great tribute to him here.
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Major Tom and Truman. Both thrifted, both assholes and definitely N/A
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