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Nigel Cabourn

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Fuuma, Nov 14, 2010.

  1. daizawaguy

    daizawaguy Well-Known Member

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    The Army Gym in Naka Meguro


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  2. Morph

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    Times must be tough in japan, some poor guy is driving around in a 50 year old car.
     
  3. archer34

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    I was in the nakameguro army gym about a month ago. All the cherry blossoms were out. Very beautiful area.
    Friendly staff too. Even though we didn't understand a word from each other.
    Thanks for posting the pics


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  4. ManofKent

    ManofKent Well-Known Member

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    Cross post from waywt - finally trying out the SS12 work jeans:

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    The proportions do take a little getting used to...
     
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  5. hendrix

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    His son ain't bad either.
     
  6. NickJohannessen

    NickJohannessen Well-Known Member

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    Looking very handsome there, ManofKent!
     
  7. loman69

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    tough and rough, perfect model for Free and Easy!
     
  8. timpoblete

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    Anyone have any fit pics of with the Cabourn x Converse Bosey Boots in green (their own or online)? Still on the fence.
     
  9. Distorbiant

    Distorbiant Well-Known Member

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    They're wearable... but I can't get into them personally.
     
  10. chinesealpha

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    MoK - The combination of high waisted pants, looser shirt with rolled sleeves, and vest takes off 15 lbs. Go with this. Well done.
     
  11. kojiro

    kojiro Well-Known Member

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    Any of you guys is interested in getting a Coastal Command shearling jacket size 50? I have a brand new brown one and a slightly used black one, both size 50. PM me for details.
     
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  12. prurient

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    There was a good amount of very cheap Cabourn this morning on Barneys Warehouse site. Jumped on a cape cameraman for 400 bucks. Can't wait to see what Barneys considers a medium... hope it's a 50 or it's going straight onto SF marketplace.
     
  13. indigoeagle

    indigoeagle Well-Known Member

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    Yep, medium should be 50.
    I ordered a large from them and it was 52.
     
  14. Jagger_On

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    Meant to post this a couple of weeks back. I ended up buying the camo waistcoat and took a pic while I was trying on my new tie from NYI. The shirt is a Cabourn oxford now I think of it. Sorry for the dirty mirror pics.

     
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  15. Eric Gill Sans

    Eric Gill Sans Well-Known Member

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    Looks great - the camo waistcoat really works well with a strong or dark blue - I wear it with my navy Mallory quite a bit
     
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  16. JChance

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    Does anyone own this/ have tried it on? If yes, could you please comment on sizing?

    I'm a 38" chest, and looking into getting an x-small (46) of the Antarctic White version (thoughts?), but i heard they run larger than normal NC

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    EDIT: Got my answer from another member :)
     
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  17. ManofKent

    ManofKent Well-Known Member

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    I like the camo waistcoat with the blue
     
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  18. indigoeagle

    indigoeagle Well-Known Member

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    How do you find the breathability of the Macintosh of the Cameraman?
    I have a Macintosh/Harris tweed one, and while I love the look and especially the tweed I find that I start sweating in the upper area quickly. I would have much preferred had they used Ventile.
    Or will the Mackintosh somehow change over time and become more breathable? The way it is now it feels to me like some synthetic fabric.
     
  19. Regg

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    Doh. Wish I read this thread before buying the unlined parka from Barneys. The 48 is quite big on me, definitely a medium, not a small
     
  20. ManofKent

    ManofKent Well-Known Member

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    Macintosh is definitely a cool weather fabric - it's basically rubber sandwihed between cotton, so no breathability, but perfectly waterproof.
     

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