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RRL vest size S
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BoO vest size 4 fits like RRL S
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BoO cargos, size 3 ~33"
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Here's a pic of the Levi's Engineered jeans, for those curious. Twisted seam / J-pant construction, linen/cotton blend for cool texture/drape, and a great cut (unfortunately undermined by the big-ass Red Wing boots in this pic).


*Chairman Meow not included.
post #75093 of 102851
My black 'plastic fantastic' single monks will be on their way back to whence they came since I found these at lunch today!

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Charles Horrell is not a name I could find much about. There's a couple of references to them here on SF. They were bought up a while back by Sanders & Sanders. Looks like they retail for around $220 USD based on this site. Like I said, they are far better than my current black single monks.

Anyone have any more info?
post #75094 of 102851
Brooks Brothers Makers tie, awesome jaguar print!  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)









I don't generally go for critter-print ties, but if I did, I'd rock the flock out of that cheetah print!
post #75095 of 102851
Silverwarebandit: Score on those BoO items! Wow!

Picked up a few items today.

Not pictured: 2 Willis & Geiger Bush poplin shirts (both XL) & a Robert Graham paisley embroidery shirt. Got the RG for $1!

AE Hancock. Mint! 9 D







Monster Marantz home theater receiver. I have a similar model and it puts out a lot of power!

post #75096 of 102851
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RRL vest size S
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BoO vest size 4 fits like RRL S
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BoO cargos, size 3 ~33"
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you might be my favorite poster

post #75097 of 102851
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Everyone says that about apc and I don't doubt it but the pair you sent me is still going strong with almost daily wear and multiple washes I don't even see the beginnings of a crotch blowout and someone must have worn them for at least a year before me
I have been wanting to try gustins but I stick to only 3 pairs of blue jeans at a time right now it is acne apc and lvc. I actually like the fact that lvc's don't fade well because I have them as my permanently dark jeans

Wow, I'm happy you like 'em bro! I've heard the their quality have gone down hill a bit so maybe yours were the older model?

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Jos A Bank SNAFU update...... 

 

Order cancelled.

Funds returned....finally

JAB unfriended on facebook.

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Whoah, these oxfords from Gustin look like a great deal:

https://www.weargustin.com/store/108

Also +1 on Naked & Famous, especially if you're looking for more adventurous jeans in a variety of cuts. My brown canvas pair and the white waxy ones get a ton of wear, and look better as they age.

+1 on N&F for entry denim. Their Elephant 3 just came out!

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Can I solicit advice from denim heads?
Are ASOS buckle-back selvedge worth picking up?

Naw, most of their wares are made in third world country. I did buy a pair of vintage trainers from them which were made in Viet Nam. They look cool but I'm expecting them to fall apart after a few more wear. My experiences with selvedge made in third world country is they really suck...I've learned the hard way and have since moved on to greener pastures...

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RRL vest size S
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Fuck me, man! Crazy ass haul!!!

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Here's a pic of the Levi's Engineered jeans, for those curious. Twisted seam / J-pant construction, linen/cotton blend for cool texture/drape, and a great cut (unfortunately undermined by the big-ass Red Wing boots in this pic).
 

 


*Chairman Meow not included.

That's an awesome name for a cat!

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BRIONI was using size labels like that in the 1980's. The look legit. Is this an orphan jacket or a true sports jacket? 

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That's an awesome name for a cat!






Thanks. I rescued her from a wild roving Doberman when she was just a wee thing; we promptly gave her a man's name to fool the evil spirits.

SPECIAL BONUS: All my cats are thrifted from the out of doors.
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SHEWS

 

AE Chester - 14

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AE Newport - 14

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Eddie Bauer Chukkas - 12

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Florsheim Longwing 5 Nails - 8

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Florsheim Summer Weave - 10.5

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Hanover Longwing Brown - 8

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Hanover Longwing Burgundy - 8 

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Hanover Longwing Black - 8

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Johnston & Murphy Leather/Hemp weave - 13

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Nettleton Monk Strap - 12

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Florsheim PTB Shell Cordovan - 9.5

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Golf Spikes!!

post #75101 of 102851
Thanks dudes! I can't lie and say these were at a goodwill or something similar, they were at a consignment shop in town, pretty damn underpriced, they all fit, and I got a bonus today so fuck it, right?

Plus I got an idea of the schedule of the person who dropped all of these off from the staff devil.gif
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Thanks. I rescued her from a wild roving Doberman when she was just a wee thing; we promptly gave her a man's name to fool the evil spirits.

SPECIAL BONUS: All my cats are thrifted from the out of doors.
Do you also have a pet rodent named Mousey Dung? biggrin.gif
post #75103 of 102851
No, don't be foolish...

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post #75104 of 102851
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I love me some Bullock & Jones, as well as Maus & Hoffman, but they never flip for me on the bay so I buy & keep what fits me...leave the rest.

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Is this realllll?
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