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These anything?

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I don't know. But they're awesome.

Pick them up, wear some heat instead of those silver surfer pumas wink.gif
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How dare you sir,how dare you.

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

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.

Probably mens. Meant to hold lots of guns and coke underneath.
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

Hey Spoo, I asked a few pages back, but is Ruffo valuable? Their mainline stuff, not the items they make for other labels.

Not so much, I think. I had a fantastic vintage green shearling with a red fur shawl collar knee length coat a few weeks ago, went for only a couple hundred IIRC.
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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

Sure..



I call and raise (not thrifted and not mine though so you win)

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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

These anything?


BO KNOWS
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Originally Posted by Bahljs View Post

Let's go Tribe!

F the jays! Lets go tribe!
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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.



Read about that in the Bestetti thread and it's truly sad. Incredibly talented man. Strangely enough, @330CK just asked me a day or two about a motorcycle jacket I have from Bestetti. It's magnificent. It's horsehide and hasn't been truly broken-in yet. It's something I've never seriously considered parting with, no matter how little I wear it. According to Riccardo, it's one of only two that he made, though he certainly could have made others since telling me that.




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Wow, that's fantastic
post #47439 of 57794

Spoo I call...

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BTW, shout out to whoever posted this here. It's assuredly my size. cheers.gif

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Go Tribe!!
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

Go Tribe!!

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Originally Posted by Cj52racers View Post

Wow, that's fantastic

Thanks! It weighs a ton and smells fantastic.
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Im pretty sure ive read on here furs aren't worth the time, but I couldn't pass up these vintage mink pelts for less than the cost of a really cheap lunch. So was it a total waste of a few bucks? Any tips for flipping? There are no maker tags, but it is very well made with very high quality pelts.

post #47445 of 57794
Waited until I received a shipping notice before I bragged on an e-thrift. Frankly I wouldn't have blamed him if they didn't ship
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