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Too many for a guy who doesn't use his tools everyday. Going to see if I can kit this out with my non-Festool screw bins. Can't bear to buy those Systainer parts bins when they are $5 at harbor freight.
We kit the crew out with the Milwaukee Packout system, they love it.
 

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Too many for a guy who doesn't use his tools everyday. Going to see if I can kit this out with my non-Festool screw bins. Can't bear to buy those Systainer parts bins when they are $5 at harbor freight.
We kit the crew out with the Milwaukee Packout system, they love it.
That system is super good (pricey) I got the packout vac and it rocks.
 

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kids pattagucci stuff just lasts. We have a puffy for the dude that has been worn two cold seasons and his sister will likely wear as long. It was second hand for us. Crazy
It lasts full stop. I’ve got two Patagonia fleeces that I thrifted a while back, and when I put one on at the weekend I realised that was 12 and 13 years ago respectively.
 

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It lasts full stop. I’ve got two Patagonia fleeces that I thrifted a while back, and when I put one on at the weekend I realised that was 12 and 13 years ago respectively.
I got some of the milspec base layer stuff which is part of my wintrekking gear and I use it for all things outdoor in the cold. I have beat it to hell and is still in great shape. I got it second hand also!
 

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Anyone recognize this logo?
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Mini Purp is home!
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Interesting and varied 1-stop on the way home this evening.

Vintage Apple computer bag. Guessing late 80s/early 90s?
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Finding this really surprised me but the quality stood out from across the room. Beautiful Jil Sander bag for Mrs J.
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Vintage Bud hats. Don’t think anyone under 40 can appreciate how big the Spuds MacKenzie ad campaign was back in the day. That damn dog was everywhere.
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1997 Starter Florida Marlins World Series Champions.
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Vintage Nike and novelty 90s grandpa sweatshirt.
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Got the tweed suit and sporting jacket back from the cleaners today. Beautiful texture and color on the both of them. Sadly the blue suit is too small for me. The search continues!
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Also the moonphase seiko I thrifted is alive. All it needed was a battery. The rotation looks like this now. I’d like to pick up a vintage mechanical next.

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