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The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Part II (Return to the Thunderdome)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.

  1. Fueco

    Fueco Well-Known Member

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    Vintage selvedge boy's denim jacket? Sure, why not...

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  2. highvoltorb

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    A day full of easy to list and store stuff. I don't mind that at all.

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    Had never heard of this collab, but it's real nice and fits.
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    Loafer haul from earlier today. About 85% sure that these Peter Millars are all just rebranded Martin Dingmans.
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    Cable & Co. Am I correct in assuming real croc?
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  3. TheNeedMachine

    TheNeedMachine Well-Known Member

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    Those Kiel belts are nice...and money.
     
  4. Jompso

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    Unless prices skyrocketed, Thom Grey is a lot cheaper than Thom Browne. Nowhere near the quality although obvious same aesthetic. But nice haul. And congrats on winning the thrifties, what thread is this on? I didn't know this was a thing.
     
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  5. MJMcRibb

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    That's because it's Thom Browne diffusion.
     
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  6. SpooPoker

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    my neighbor is so awesome.

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  7. Jompso

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    Yes I know, as he stated as well, but was confused as to that fact that it was a diffusion yet extremely close in price and I was merely stating that unless this is a recent development, the prices differ a lot more than he's thinking. And I while referencing Thom Browe, I obviously accidently said Tom Ford, my bad.
     
  8. dad2bandm

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    Okay. Thanks. I passed, but was wondering if it had potential.

    I've had better luck finding ties.
     
  9. impuntura

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    The last item is 16 feet long piece of silk.
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  10. jumpman1231

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    I spy a "The Foursome" hanger in there. That made it quite a ways away from home...

    Yeah funny enough not a single marked hanger came from anyone here near kc ha.
     
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  11. Nataku

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    Looks like a Skyliner down jacket, but without front pockets and a zip front. The style debuted in 1936. That one is probably from the 50's or 60's. They still reproduce that style today as it is iconic to the brand. I've never found any EB that old. Great find!
     
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  12. Woofa

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    Few ties and etc today but then this. Definitely one of my favorite finds in a while. Why I love thrifting. N/A.
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  13. dadjeans

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    Not true thrift but thrift priced. Available. 9.5 US / 8.5 UK.

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  14. TheNeedMachine

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    I've got the current Skyliner repop and yeah it's a damn nice and warm coat! Took it to Wisco last January and was snug as a bug in a rug. Not as puffy as that vintage one, and does have a front zip and pockets. Great go-to jacket.
     
  15. snackbandit

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    Humpday pic dump mix:

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  16. TheNeedMachine

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    WAT on that texidermy?!?!?!
     
  17. snackbandit

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    Craigslist!

    Also picked up a black bear rug, but the skin is in pretty bad shape and I didn't want to handle it too much until I could take it in somewhere to get it repaired.
     
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  18. bahlsdheep

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    Does that stuff (taxidermy) actually fetch good money when flipped to the right person?
     
  19. Koala-T

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    Sweet! Thanks, @nataku! Glad I took the risk!
     
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  20. Timmah

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    Bear rugs definitely do.
     

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