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Originally Posted by Ed Vaughan View Post

There was an excerpt of this: http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/147799/Hells_Angels_And_Skinheads/

on TV tonight - just thought I'd re-post it for those who haven't seen it.

 

Thanks Ed. I've just watched it (I skipped most of the nonsense about 'Hells Angels') it's a good watch. Lots of familiar clips but good to see it all put together in the original programme. I'm pretty sure I saw it when it originally came out. I recall there was another programme about the same time where they interviewed other skinheads and they were saying about taking a pride in their appearance - a skinhead girl saying "It's a much smarter look" or something similar.

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Originally Posted by roytonboy View Post

Thanks Ed. I've just watched it (I skipped most of the nonsense about 'Hells Angels') it's a good watch. Lots of familiar clips but good to see it all put together in the original programme. I'm pretty sure I saw it when it originally came out. I recall there was another programme about the same time where they interviewed other skinheads and they were saying about taking a pride in their appearance - a skinhead girl saying "It's a much smarter look" or something similar.

Not a problem mate.

I know most of us have seen it before but - and I might get a bollocking for posting it again - some haven't. satisfied.gif
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Sorry -= this was not meant for this site. Alcohol.shog[1].gif
Edited by Ed Vaughan - 7/16/16 at 4:11am
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Vintage Brutus Shirt?.

 

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Originally Posted by Donkey Jacket View Post

Vintage Brutus Shirt?.



That's real
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Bobby used to tell me about what he wore when he was a teenager. He said when he was in Dorchester the look was tonic trousers real slim a short with brightly colored socks and Winkle pickers. Banlon or button down shirt and an iridescent Mac and a sharpend steel tipped umbrella. Though when he went to boarding school in Maine the outfit was Gant or Hathaway button down,levi sta prest cords, and if they weren't wearing weejuns, they might be wearing dessert boots, but more popular was the Bates floater.
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Bobby used to tell me about what he wore when he was a teenager. He said when he was in Dorchester the look was tonic trousers real slim a short with brightly colored socks and Winkle pickers. Banlon or button down shirt and an iridescent Mac and a sharpend steel tipped umbrella. Though when he went to boarding school in Maine the outfit was Gant or Hathaway button down,levi sta prest cords, and if they weren't wearing weejuns, they might be wearing dessert boots, but more popular was the Bates floater. They made these in oxblood too.
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Buggered if I know how to give you rep. mate - more sense less wine! satisfied.gif
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Originally Posted by Ed Vaughan View Post

Buggered if I know how to give you rep. mate - more sense less wine! satisfied.gif

And I put some Clark's dessies in the washer - wiv - some old trainers - and they've turned out quite well... no soap powder, BTW!
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Originally Posted by Ivyskin89 View Post


That's real

 

Cheers bud, cant complain at 25 quid, too.

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OG-107 trousers being reproduced by ''Stan Ray''(would probably be cheaper to buy an original pair).

 

https://www.flatspot.com/products/stan-ray-og-107-4-pocket-fatigue-trousers-green

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Originally Posted by Donkey Jacket View Post

OG-107 trousers being reproduced by ''Stan Ray''(would probably be cheaper to buy an original pair).

https://www.flatspot.com/products/stan-ray-og-107-4-pocket-fatigue-trousers-green

They look the business though. Where can one pick up an original pair these days? I dare say like any vintage stuff an original pair's price would have rocketed.

Back in the day they cost shirt-buttons. That's how come I could afford 'em! biggrin.gif
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I saw a few pairs on a website called vintagetrends.com, at about $35 dollars each depending on condition, the website seems to be down at the moment, tho, there is a few pair on ebay.com too.

 

I have a pair of OG-507 what pretty much look exactly the same, though i might get a pair of those sometime too, they are not too expensive i guess.

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Originally Posted by Donkey Jacket View Post

OG-107 trousers being reproduced by ''Stan Ray''(would probably be cheaper to buy an original pair).

https://www.flatspot.com/products/stan-ray-og-107-4-pocket-fatigue-trousers-green


Go for these. Same brand but made for the US market. Only difference is no label on back pocket. I've picked these up for as little as $15. Try trawling US eBay or Us online shops for even cheaper.
For the quality these pants aren't worth $80+

https://www.allseasonsuniforms.com/products/ea1001p-stan-ray-4-pocket-fatigue-pant
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Excellent, ill have to consider that if i want to get any more.

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