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The Japanese Repro Clothing Thread (Real McCoys, Freewheelers, Etc.)

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Anyone here into John Lofgren? I‘m eying the Combat boots in timber (not sure how bulbous the toes are, they remind me of the Rick Owen Ramones I used to wear) and the M-43 (which has an unstructured toe area that I‘m not familiar with - anyone experience with that?).
 
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Anyone here into John Lofgren? I‘m eying the Combat boots in timber (not sure how bulbous the toes are, they remind me of the Rick Owen Ramones I used to wear) and the M-43 (which has an unstructured toe area that I‘m not familiar with - anyone experience with that?).
 

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Anyone here into John Lofgren? I‘m eying the Combat boots in timber (not sure how bulbous the toes are, they remind me of the Rick Owen Ramones I used to wear) and the M-43 (which has an unstructured toe area that I‘m not familiar with - anyone experience with that?).
I sell a LOT of Lofgren - Combats are medium bump toe, M43 is totally unstructured and flat.
 

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Got another warehouse western in a 40, but the cheat ended up being damn tight. Shoulders and sleeves are perfect, but it's way smaller in the chest, kinda annoying that the same size has different measurements and also the armholes are way higher.

Imma have to go real McCoys now instead I think.
 

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Got another warehouse western in a 40, but the cheat ended up being damn tight. Shoulders and sleeves are perfect, but it's way smaller in the chest, kinda annoying that the same size has different measurements and also the armholes are way higher.

Imma have to go real McCoys now instead I think.
That blows. It happened to me too with UES flannels.
 

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Got another warehouse western in a 40, but the cheat ended up being damn tight. Shoulders and sleeves are perfect, but it's way smaller in the chest, kinda annoying that the same size has different measurements and also the armholes are way higher.

Imma have to go real McCoys now instead I think.
You got another longhorn one from warehouse? What was wrong with the one you just got?
 

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They are longer still than the cuff in the pic haha. I got them hemmed so I can do either a double cuff or four inch cuff if I am feeling it.
I question your commitment to Sparkle Motion.
 

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You got another longhorn one from warehouse? What was wrong with the one you just got?
Naw got another western shirt, a white sateen one online, it was the same size but the fit was all different. It's my bad, I should have looked at the measurements. The sleeve and shoulders are good even a little large, but the chest was tight as hell.

I'm probably gonna chop it up and remake it I guess since I only spent 40 bucks on it. Unless one of y'all want it.
 
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