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post #89701 of 124396
First time out in a while.

This PRL full-length red duffle will probably pay for my excursion.




Someone dumped their vinyl collection.






Irish (Lee Valley) night shirt.




Upping my trad game with PRL candy stripe for myself.




Dale of Norway sweater. Got some sort of wind resistant interior. First time to find this label.




$3 flight jacket.




Vintage shirts.




Locally produced western-influenced jacket. Dig the rawhide lacing.




Jean Shop selvedge. 2006 production date.






Boss sports shirt and first RG for awhile.




Minty Dack's in oxblood.




Pair on the left is Holt Renfrew private label but says made by Church's. Barker on the right. Made in Northern England, they imported a lot into Canada in the 1960s and 1970s.




Scarves.




Neil Galloway tweed; a really nice Made in Italy Oleg Cassini; Versace Medusa head.




Early PRL for Sak's 5th Ave; BB Makers; John Comfort; other vintage ties.




Various Mad Men-era skinny ties.

post #89702 of 124396
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^ A lot of us pass on Canali, unless very recent. Just not a very exciting or desired brand, despite the retail price.

Old, Ugly, Dated - I can agree...pass for personal use...

But I cannot help but fight the market...

 

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=221339956765&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT

 

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post #89703 of 124396

Few quick shots of PART of the haul from yesterday...been super busy, these informal pics will do for now

 

 

Keeping this...fits well, and doubt I'll ever thrift something this spectacular again....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #89704 of 124396

^^ Awesome haul!!:wow: That Zegna leather jacket has to be nominated for something.

post #89705 of 124396
Came up empty handed for the day but huge ups to EazyE for hanging out with my wife and I today and guiding us around Chicago thrifts.
post #89706 of 124396
I own or owned that very Coogi sweater...Christmas gift of old.
post #89707 of 124396

A few normal thrift things from today.

 

 

 

 

Polo RL - 80/20 Down/Feather - No logo which is odd

 

post #89708 of 124396

Damn snoogz.  Nice.  

post #89709 of 124396
Checkout line at GW was so long today I would have split except for this. 60/40, detachable hood, down, near mint--no piling at all at cuffs, waist and neck--and cheap. Looking for some help (Nat, can you hear me?) The zipper is on the wrong side, Barbour style. Still, I'm guessing it's a men's, given, among other things, its size (I'm a good-sized large and it fits great). Is that the way Canucks rolled back in the day? Also, I'm guessing that the zipper pull might have been replaced, but not sure about that, either--never seen one like it before. Also scored some middling 80s LP's (Mrs. Pnutpug digs that era) but no D. DeYoung.

Thanks for any help.


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post #89710 of 124396
Woods has been around for over 100 years. I found an old red/black buffalo check wool hunting outfit by them a few years ago. Their vintage stuff isn't terribly sought after. That jacket looks like it's from the late 60's or early 70's by the styling. Zipper pull is definitely a replacement. Not worth a whole lot, but if it fits you and it's warm, that's great. The quality is there for sure. This stuff was made to last.

The company is still around and their new stuff is very pricey.

http://woodsarctic.ca/shop/
post #89711 of 124396
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Checkout line at GW was so long today I would have split except for this. 60/40, detachable hood, down, near mint--no piling at all at cuffs, waist and neck--and cheap. Looking for some help (Nat, can you hear me?) The zipper is on the wrong side, Barbour style. Still, I'm guessing it's a men's, given, among other things, its size (I'm a good-sized large and it fits great). Is that the way Canucks rolled back in the day? Also, I'm guessing that the zipper pull might have been replaced, but not sure about that, either--never seen one like it before. Also scored some middling 80s LP's (Mrs. Pnutpug digs that era) but no D. DeYoung.

Thanks for any help.

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Love the fishing tackle zipper

post #89712 of 124396
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Love the fishing tackle zipper

Canadians are resourceful.
post #89713 of 124396
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Dale of Norway sweater. Got some sort of wind resistant interior. First time to find this label.


 

 

 

Those things are brilliant... If you're reselling, this should fetch a pretty penny...

 

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I'd start it off as a BINOBO at at least $100.
post #89714 of 124396
Drool... that Zegna!!!!
post #89715 of 124396

Found some cool, limited release Nike stuff. Everything was 80–95% off (and is going to my closet...N/A :))

 

 

NSW Pinnacle Collection Quilted Anorak, Made in Italy

 

 

 

NSW Convertible Jacket, Made in Japan

 

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Sleeves are removable
 

 

 

NSW Pinnacle Collection Scarf, Made in Italy

 

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Actually solid black shaggy fleece...could only find this pic of the inside online
 
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Destroyer Jacket

 

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Edited by ChetB - 12/29/13 at 12:18am
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