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The Saint

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The seller I bought a vintage wine red knit-shirt had a dozen or so of other vintage Ban-Lon and Italian knits in stock. They usually go for £25+ depending on condition/style. I got a couple more for £8 and £10 a pop. There were a couple I had my eye on, but they went pretty quickly, so I picked up the best of what was left.
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A bit '60s golf-dad/Pleasant Valley BBQ-wear' but at £8 and £10 each, why not ?
Decent collars on them, particularly the middle one , nice one. .
 

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Well guys I tried, I really tried.. For some reason they put the ranger sole on these even though I told them to use the street sole. They put the ranger sole on these even though the sample they sent me were made with the street sole, even though they've been making astronaut repros for years now and I don't think I've ever seen them use the ranger sole on a pair of repro astronauts before. But that's the way life goes. They actually still look good in my opinion. It is what it is. For anyone interested I've got sizes UK 5 up through UK 10. $225 USD

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I'll have more pics up soon
 

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I've been after some ice blue sta prest for the longest while, and I finally found a deadstock/NOS pair for sale at a reasonable £33/$42.
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Hopefully the actual colour is somewhere inbetween the first and second photo. They're made by Warrior, so not expecting quality much better, or worse than Relco. They seldom come up in this colour, so I had to get 'em. (They've been at the back of a store room apparently)
I've had the last pair of 36", but there's still a pair of 34" if anyone is interested.
 

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I've been after some ice blue sta prest for the longest while, and I finally found a deadstock/NOS pair for sale at a reasonable £33/$42.
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Hopefully the actual colour is somewhere inbetween the first and second photo. They're made by Warrior, so not expecting quality much better, or worse than Relco. They seldom come up in this colour, so I had to get 'em. (They've been at the back of a store room apparently)
I've had the last pair of 36", but there's still a pair of 34" if anyone is interested.
The Air Force blue colour used to be one of the nicest original sta-prest colours
 

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Hello! Sorry for the bad english. I'm from Russia. My topic is close to this topic. Maybe the participants in this topic will tell you about my requests in my topic?

 

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Hello! Sorry for the bad english. I'm from Russia. My topic is close to this topic. Maybe the participants in this topic will tell you about my requests in my topic?

Sorry wrong movie
 

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Probably nearer to a true 'British Gangster-look' than Lock Stock :
Even that's retro late-60s/early 70s villain, and not what I'd call 'chic' either.
 

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