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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. MJMcRibb

    MJMcRibb Senior member

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    @GMMcL resembles that remark!
     


  2. glam922

    glam922 Well-Known Member

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    what the...
    Out of curiosity i googled the name on the tag of the Tom James sc. I have a perfect match on the current Dean of the School of Engineering of my current university. It's a small world :revolve:
    But he's not dead yet donating a perfectly fine sc :eh:
     


  3. masaccio

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    Too many pies.
     


  4. eazye

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    Nice job!
     


  5. Nobleprofessor

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    Well, they would have to be nice shell cordovan! Lol
     


  6. DapperE

    DapperE Senior member

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    Man's got style and moves. A true force to be reckoned with.
     


  7. philologos

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  8. Cj52racers

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    Rolling in lo today. The good kind.
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    Black linen sc and PRLxCorn Linen Pants.
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    All pretty self explanatory. Givenchy is cotton. Some sick handrolling on that and the Dior.
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    White gold plated polarized Ray Bans Caravans. And two dope as fuck jackets.
    and apologies for you spoiler nazis, but that shits impossible on the pad.
     


  9. dukedishin

    dukedishin Senior member

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    Hey thrift bros, I have a friend who's a bigger guy (about 50R) who's in need of a quality navy suit. Anyone got anything? Will cross post to the more relevant thread later.
     


  10. Yorker

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    Got some tom ford jackets in EU58 / 62 for sale...
     


  11. double00

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    @Fueco

    trying to figure this out... made in USA Patagonia, i think women's based on the mad hatter sizing... this is like 80s, right? ykk zip...

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    thoughts? i see a lot of bullshit about 'big label' but i can't stand spamming that shit so it'd be nice to verify... i know the font on the exterior label is markedly different and i suspect this is older than most of the us-made stuff so...
     
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  12. 330CK

    330CK Affiliate Vendor

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    Just found a box of stuff packed away. All available. Measurements in spoiler. Please, no trades.

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  13. Fueco

    Fueco Senior member

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    Can you send pics of the inner tags? There'll be a date code in there somewhere...

    Looks to be girls' size. Patagonia typically uses S,M,L,XL for women's sizes as well as men's.
     


  14. double00

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    ^^^ none inner tags. no hint that there ever was any... whatchoo see is all i got.

    edit: i have another fleece jacket that is older than this, and that one doesn't have a coded tag either. it's the old all lowercase white label... so i'm not all that surprised to see a lack of a coded tag...
     
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  15. Fueco

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    In that case... I'd say definitely pre-1992 or so. Probably mid to late 80s. If my Patagonia catalogs weren't packed away, I'd pull out some of the mid 80s ones and see if that jacket is in there.

    I'm drawing a complete blank on the name of that style of jacket, but it was rather common from the early 80s through early 90s. I can picture friends in high school wearing that exact style, though in different colors (often, that was the only difference in the jackets from year to year).
     


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