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Thanks
Edited by plei89 - 2/6/13 at 6:03pm
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^ Real. Not a fan of the design though.
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Thanks Chet! You're the man icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by 46n2 View Post

 

 

 

 

Awesome find.  My boss was on this team in the 90s with Lancey Pants.

 

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Thanks

 

That's really cool !

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Originally Posted by acosbysweater View Post

 

Awesome find.  My boss was on this team in the 90s with Lancey Pants.

 

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In the field, unvented but made in Italy, 56L. Can proxy for cost $9 plus shipping

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Alright, had half of a day to hit up the thrifts. Turned into a pretty great adventure. Not anything like what has been posted the last week (Gmmcl's Hermes Heaven and Eddie's takeover for example).

 

I learned a very very valuable lesson, though that you guys have mentioned before. Don't ignore the small crappy shops that always seem to bring nothing but wasted time. Had a miss on a nice Gerry jacket today, front pocket shredded. Here is the stuff I found in 4-5 stores. Also left a Patagonia small rolling backpack/luggage thing. I forget the price but can go back if someone wants me to.

 

AE Grayson Burgundy 11.5

 

 

Awesome Tradly Chipp Blazer

 

 

 

 

Willis & Geiger Jacket with leather trim cuffs (Tagged Medium).

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shimano SPD-R Size 9 Shoes

 

 

 

 

Oxxford Jacket

 

 

 

Weird unhemmed Orvis cargo pants

 

Polo (Chino like) Golf Jacket 2XL

 

Another PRL Chino jacket, XL

 

 

 

My First Marmot, Small

 

 

Vestimenta, Bill's, Burberry

 

 

Mostly no name ties, but picked up the knits thinking someone here would want them. The darker knit is Navy.

 

 

 

 

 

And... this was the best find of the day. First, who keeps the ORIGINAL box? This guy did. Looks like they were tried on and stored. There are some surface marks on the shoes but hopefully those come right out because these are basically brand new.

 

Shell Florsheim Imperial  11A

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by Dolfan954 - 2/6/13 at 7:00pm
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That's the good stuff by Cantarelli.  Assuming it's an SC (which it loks like), kop for that cheap, someone will take it.

 

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Originally Posted by MZhammer View Post

In the field, unvented but made in Italy, 56L. Can proxy for cost $9 plus shipping

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Originally Posted by sthenosall View Post

This is a general question for the forum: I pass up on A LOT of vintage BB ties because I don't really wear them. Is there anyone who does and would be interested in them? I'm wondering because I see a lot of people thrifting them. Most of them are only around 2 dollars and I'm beginning to think it might be worth it to start picking them up when I see them if people are interest in them. Any advice would be appreciated!

 

I like the old BB black label ties! Great conservative patterns (usually). 

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Some raw (looks like they were soaked) APC Petit Standards, selvedged. Fit like a glove. Happy for $7.71
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Originally Posted by 46n2 View Post

Ascot Chang X 3, Incotex 32X32, NWT Giordana cycling jersey, a cool Magritte tie, and a new Sock Monkey jack in the box for the wee lad. all available except sock monkey : )





I passed on those Ascot Chang shirts, did you see the pents? There were two pairs there.
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I few ties I have picked up lately, I'll put up some jackets for trade when I get back from working in California.





















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Heres a couple of finds found today. I am not sure of how they are market wise but great feeling and workmanship. These are Brax from the "Feel Good" collection. Color is actually a darker olive. 

 

 

 

This is an odd one, a sport coat with a zip lining. I read a little about Ingram and they make a low to midline shirt but the look, feel, design and workmanship made this a must....especially since it fit. 

 

Anyone know about Ingram? This is made in Italy and is 100% wool with zip out parts synthetic. (close up photo faded to hopefully show the parts that zip off)  

 

 

 

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Best I could do given too many fucking flippers now in Bay Area. Last year I was hitting double the volume and double the quality. These were amassed from a thriftathon last Sunday that took me 30 miles east and 40 miles south.

Corneliani super 150's suit. Double vented as well.




Bally Shoes. Usually I leave them but these said Goodyear. Does this mean Goodyear welt? SZ 12, I may keep them although soles are shot.



I usually leave BB shirts behind but when you get a matching pair of sport shirts in matching pattern and very mint shape, you got to take. Size L + available.


Tom Ford shirt, nice one. Not available, I keep it for me.


Very Italian influenced Hickey Freeman shirt - SZ L. Made in Italy. Cotton elastane mix. Available.



Rag and Bone shirt, SZ XL but fits very very small, like a M maybe small Large. Made in China but I can tell it is quality by the way the stripes on the sleeve match up in a line to the shoulder. Buttons are awesome as well. Available.



Santorelli Charcoal Wool Pants. Know nothing about the brand picked up as a gamble. SZ 38 but more like 36. Available.


Samuelsohn Medium Gray Wool Pants. Nice. SZ 38. Available.


Dunhill Wool sweater, SZ XL fitting more like L. Available.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dolfan954 View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Alright, had half of a day to hit up the thrifts. Turned into a pretty great adventure. Not anything like what has been posted the last week (Gmmcl's Hermes Heaven and Eddie's takeover for example).

 

I learned a very very valuable lesson, though that you guys have mentioned before. Don't ignore the small crappy shops that always seem to bring nothing but wasted time. Had a miss on a nice Gerry jacket today, front pocket shredded. Here is the stuff I found in 4-5 stores. Also left a Patagonia small rolling backpack/luggage thing. I forget the price but can go back if someone wants me to.

 

AE Grayson Burgundy 11.5

 

 

Awesome Tradly Chipp Blazer

 

 

 

 

Willis & Geiger Jacket with leather trim cuffs (Tagged Medium).

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shimano SPD-R Size 9 Shoes

 

 

 

 

Oxxford Jacket

 

 

 

Weird unhemmed Orvis cargo pants

 

Polo (Chino like) Golf Jacket 2XL

 

Another PRL Chino jacket, XL

 

 

 

My First Marmot, Small

 

 

Vestimenta, Bill's, Burberry

 

 

Mostly no name ties, but picked up the knits thinking someone here would want them. The darker knit is Navy.

 

 

 

 

 

And... this was the best find of the day. First, who keeps the ORIGINAL box? This guy did. Looks like they were tried on and stored. There are some surface marks on the shoes but hopefully those come right out because these are basically brand new.

 

Shell Florsheim Imperial  11A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Those Florsheims are ebay gold.  I found a pair of shell wings in not great condition (right after I bought some from Ethan :x) and sold them for $100 BIN within four hours of posting.

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