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

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

  1. the2ndhandman

    the2ndhandman Senior member

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    This is only my second time finding one in years.
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    Cleanest ones I've ever seen. Even in my personal stash of them.
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    I'm thinking it's him as he was with miami in 2006.
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  2. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Senior member

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    A LITTLE BIT SPOO, A LITTLE BIT PLAYDICE.

    Avaibs.



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    Mustang, Randolph Engineering
    (Rx, though. A very, very slight Rx :facepalm:)




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    Luxottica





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    These are bad-ass, but are they fakes? Fake whats? Maybe the branding wore off; let's say that's what happened, and you should buy them for $700.





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    This must be a kid's Large.


    Made in USA Nike -- Heat? Hate?

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  3. oreagan

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    Fair enough, it will likely end up in the box in my closet to be re-donated to Goodwill at some point. That's my Knowledge Box - all the dumb shit I've bought through bad guesses at value, passing fancies, or missed damage. Happily thrifts around here are cheap, so even a pretty sizable box is a cheap lesson.
     
  4. bboowwyy

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    Pop! True thrift on these Vass.
    In need of some TLC, approx size EU 41.5.

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  5. barrelntrigger

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    Yes, a very passable Levi's shacket.
     
  6. SpooPoker

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

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    The Chanel's should have laser etched logos on the lenses, along with a laser etched serial number.

    Also that Gieves Hussar blew my mind.
     
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    :heart: too big for me now. I'm all svelte and shit.


    What the fug?
     
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    Love that Filson!
     
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    :devil: :D :cheers:

    edit: MZ!!! Welcome back homie! That Gieves.....Wow!!! And of course all the other stuff you posted. :nodding:
     
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  10. Fueco

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    When the last stop of the day turns out the best.

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    Well it looks like the longer I do this I will end up breaking every rule I set for myself.
    This one was no clothing with polyester.
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    But it is real nice and I love the color and styling and I did have a hole in my wardrobe that this fit perfectly...
    I am ashamed!
     
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    Why would you make a rule stating no clothing with polyester? Practically every good thing I find outdoors related has polyester in it. If go broke and wouldn't find much good stuff if I had that rule in place.
     
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    Zanella flat front houndstooth trousers.

    Tagged 54 Italian.

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    Marks & Spencer sport coat, but very nice.
    Sadly it's a 48L.

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    And just now a Crombie, wool & cashmere navy blazer which is a perfect fit.
    Someone has removed all it's cuff buttons but I guess I can replace all buttons with pewter now.

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    Because I was stupid. I am now rethinking having any rule other than just use good common sense.
     
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    I'm not sure I'd call it stupid. Depends what you want. Most performance fabrics and outdoor gear thrive on poly and other synthetic fabrics whereas traditional menswear doesn't. If you want a down jacket you need to have Poly, if you want a sport coat you want to avoid it, just depends on context (I don't buy poly in anything for #menswear)
     

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