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post #86821 of 118235
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Nice find! Pretty sure it's from 2012. I have an heirloom suit (Campbell) with similar tags. I think 2012 was the first year of that tag but I could be wrong.

 

Thanks. Man, I'm going to have a heck of a time trying to find the model for this bad-boy. :brick:

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I was about to leave when the girl came out with these four:

Glad I didn't split.biggrin.gif
post #86823 of 118235

Got Polo brown cords. No luck on a set of trousers to match an untagged, unlabeled midnight blue DJ, which didn't fit me and was a little dingy anyway.

post #86824 of 118235
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Originally Posted by YRR92 View Post
 

Got Polo brown cords. No luck on a set of trousers to match an untagged, unlabeled midnight blue DJ, which didn't fit me and was a little dingy anyway.

 

pictures; we aren't about literotica around here

post #86825 of 118235
Needle in a haystack - I know, but I figure it wouldn't hurt putting it out there. I've been after this duck camo t-shirt for years. Literally. Found one 5 years ago but in a M. I need a L or XL. Made by Duxbak. It dates from 1982-1983 so chances are slim. Still, worth a shot. I'll pay very good monies if someone finds one. smile.gif



post #86826 of 118235
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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post

Needle in a haystack - I know, but I figure it wouldn't hurt putting it out there. I've been after this duck camo t-shirt for years. Literally. Found one 5 years ago but in a M. I need a L or XL. Made by Duxbak. It dates from 1982-1983 so chances are slim. Still, worth a shot. I'll pay very good monies if someone finds one. smile.gif

Any chance you need a old label Columbia duck camo 2 piece suit?

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My last dog sweater thread derailment for now. I just finished the Arc'Teryx. It was a women's small that had been washed too many times. I kept the collar, used the fabric from the middle part of the back, sewed on an inner front pocket, and attached the hang tag. 

 

    

 

Thanks for all of the compliments. These sweaters are actually fairly easy to make though. My sewing experience is limited to sewing 5 dog sweaters.

post #86828 of 118235
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My last dog sweater thread derailment for now. I just finished the Arc'Teryx. It was a women's small that had been washed too many times. I kept the collar, used the fabric from the middle part of the back, sewed on an inner front pocket, and attached the hang tag. 

 

    

 

Thanks for all of the compliments. These sweaters are actually fairly easy to make though. My sewing experience is limited to sewing 5 dog sweaters.

Best one yet. How does it attach in the front? Or is it a pull-over?

 

Fortunately for us, our dog is big enough to wear human sized sweaters.

post #86829 of 118235

What  mediocre day.  All I found was this crappy coat.

 


 

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Unless this is good...

 

 

Also I got the spoils of my e-thrifting today.  2 pair of Wolverine 1000 boots NIB.

 

post #86830 of 118235
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Any chance you need a old label Columbia duck camo 2 piece suit?

 

Please tell me it's fleece.

post #86831 of 118235

Single pick for me yesterday.  $2 

 

 

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post #86832 of 118235
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Originally Posted by tubs View Post

My last dog sweater thread derailment for now. I just finished the Arc'Teryx. It was a women's small that had been washed too many times. I kept the collar, used the fabric from the middle part of the back, sewed on an inner front pocket, and attached the hang tag. 


    


Thanks for all of the compliments. These sweaters are actually fairly easy to make though. My sewing experience is limited to sewing 5 dog sweaters.

This is exactly how my dog would roll! If I had a dog.....
post #86833 of 118235
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pictures; we aren't about literotica around here


Where's your picture, then? :nest:

post #86834 of 118235
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Please tell me it's fleece.

Nope, Fully insulated gore-tex outerwear.

post #86835 of 118235

My first pair of Church's ever thrifted :D

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