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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. vexco

    vexco Distinguished Member

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    Couple of random things I found today. All available.

    Florsheim Royal Imperial v-cleats size 11.5D. Great shape.

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    PRL Made in USA 100% linen jawns. Leather side adjusters. 34 Waist.

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  2. My Main Man

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    Nice tie.
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  3. capnwes

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    It is though, huh? Nice and hefty. All the other Charvet ties I have ever found were that really grabby silk that gets snagged on everything.
     


  4. My Main Man

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    Agreed. I found another one the same day I found that one and they were both way less snaggable than usual.
     


  5. jdrizzy

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  6. capnwes

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  7. Fueco

    Fueco Stylish Dinosaur

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    Anyone like Barbour shirts? I'm looking at a whole rack mediums and larges at STP.

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  8. Orgetorix

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    Huh, that's interesting and neat. I wonder whether that thing thinks it's an odd jacket or outerwear?
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  9. capnwes

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    I'd call it outerwear. Sized 42, but fits large on me, like a 46. Would go nice over a fair isle sweater.

    Plus it has a martingale back

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  10. dukedishin

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    I still can't take Astrakhan seriously. Saw it all the time on babushki while I was living in Russia.
     


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    I think it has been said before but damn that jompso can type.
     


  12. Letric

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    I guess I'm bat shit crazy then. I just usually leave behind BB's and stuff these days. I have like 120+ suits at home, so normally I stick with recent Zegna or better to justify the space usage.
     


  13. highvoltorb

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    No thriftening, but I'm pretty damn proud of this haul.

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    This has more nibbles than I'd like to admit, but damn is it sexy.
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    Didn't like the hard three, but I did like the snowy wool/silk pattern.
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    This was made like yesterday.
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    And then everything got hazy... and I started seeing double...

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    Let's try that again, but this time, with tweed.
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    Two of these guys? Sure.
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    This is actually incredible.
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    Two HF Suits
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    Channeling my inner Wes. Just need one of those chain things.

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    I think this means we're eskimo brothers. 14 years later he bought the same thing, just updated styling. Probably going on another pants search tomorrow.
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  15. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Wheres the Rolex!! @Takai come on man!





    Definitely not a skin, as much as Id like it to be. Only a wool. Ill try and get some more pics soon.
     


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