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Hi all, hope all is well. Still in Korea so still on thrifting hiatus, so this thread remains my only source of vicarious pleasure. Need some advice. Do you guys know any relaxed fit chinos/casual pants brands with a wide-ish leg (say leg opening ~9 in) around $150? Thanks!
Try Casatlantic. The guys family run a second hand shop in my hometown and the trousers are inspired from military clothing from the 40-60s.

 

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Could anyone put a price on this Keith Haring T-Shirt?
 

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Could anyone put a price on this Keith Haring T-Shirt?
There’s one on Poshmark for 200 currently according to Google lens.
 

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Not true thrift, but this time on brands I never expect to see in Ross...


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This isn't mainline, but still cool to stumble across this in the wild.

EDIT: Looks like this is actually mainline NEEDLES made in Japan stuff. Surprised that the DC collab is actually priced higher than most of their other tracksuit stuff.

This is wild to me
Friend of mine used to work for a showroom that supplied Needles, so I used to be able to get wholesale pricing, and even at that the pants were $200+
they make some amazing stuff
 

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There's also this one but whilst seems to be rare I'm guessing less valuable.
 

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Do you guys know any relaxed fit chinos/casual pants brands with a wide-ish leg (say leg opening ~9 in) around $150? Thanks!

Those stats make me think Bill's Khakis, although looking at the website now it appears they've gone up to $200+. They used to be around $150 new, but eh at least they're still good quality US made.

Their relaxed fit:
M1 - Relaxed Fit - Original Twill

Their slim/straight:
M3 - Straight Fit - Original Twill

I've always wanted a pair of the M3's in British Khaki but I've been seeing less and less of this brand over the years in thrifts.
 

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Quality over quantity yesterday with this one pair of jeans. Back before R&B started their decline (IMHO). Great details on these. Lined waistband. Crotch rivet. Buckle back.

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Ethrifted this 40’s-50’s Hercules Buffalo check coat the other day and got it in the mail. I didn’t realize how cool it is until it got here. The cut and length really set it apart, but the details are all knockouts. Quad patch pockets, halfbelt back, leather wrapped buttons and an interesting lapel/collar. Remind me somewhat of the Pendleton 49er jackets in that sense. Another coat I don’t have space for, but it fits well and is really different enough from my other plaid coats to warrant keeping it.

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Crappy fit pic, but you get the idea.

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Making a quick business trip to Kansas City next week, will be mostly in the Overland Park area but will have a rental car -- any places I should check out if I can find the time? PM me any suggestions, thanks!
 

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Making a quick business trip to Kansas City next week, will be mostly in the Overland Park area but will have a rental car -- any places I should check out if I can find the time? PM me any suggestions, thanks!
Pretty dry here, but I'd try any of the Savers or City Thrift locations. GW and SAs around here are pretty awful, for the most part. Feel free to reach out if you want specifics.
 

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