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  1. 45 points
    At work Gangsterville Glad Hand Buzz Wesco
  2. 38 points
    Wash and dry #6. Every wash I like the color and texture a little more.
  3. 37 points
  4. 36 points
    Old hat (Penneys Marathon) FW shirt (Painted Desert) OOE (A birthday gift from Mrs. CSL). TCB Redwing
  5. 33 points
    20s tux / FW 1927 / TCB 20s / Big Yank / Viberg / Dark sky
  6. 32 points
  7. 29 points
    Just got inoculated . . . 1st dose out of the way. •Samurai 710MOG •Freewheelers •BrooksBros •SpringleMove •Moderna Covid Shield
  8. 27 points
    It’s been freezing here lately, so yesterday I bought a warm overall and shoes for the doggo, put on wool underwear and my expedition down jacket, and went for a long walk in the woods. The trees are weighed down with heavy snow, bending and forming obstacles and portals. Just lovely! (The lack of jean action, or me, in the photos due to the dog’s limited skills.)
  9. 27 points
    swift one on the way out: bronson wh rmc tcb novesta
  10. 26 points
    Seems I am going the Aho route this time. Loads of washes already.
  11. 25 points
    Hat and Sweater made by my mum. MF Ranch Blouse Nigel Cabourn Reversible Rain Jacket TCB WW2’s John Lofgren Donkey Punchers
  12. 24 points
    Doing some cleaning, and wanted to share my collection for the evo thread. Forgot to include the Flat Heads in some of the retired pics, but the resolution came out great so I kept those in. Retired: Dry Bones Red-D Slim, size 28: purchased from self-edge in 2008. worn 2-3 years with several washes and 2 repairs Aika Jin, size 29: Worn 1-2 years with 2 washes. Made with zimbabwe cotton. Regular fit, sized down, and tapered up the leg on non-selvedge side to match Dry Bones measurements with a bit more room in the thighs/seat. Still wearable but the back yoke will need reinforcement at some point. Samurai S710xx, 30: recently repaired at selfedge and may return to wearing these when I lose some weight! Flat Head 3001, 30: recently sold, which prompted me to take photos of my collection before it's gone! Warehouse Lot 900, 30: No longer fit me after washing and up for sale. In the rotation: 6. 3sixteen SL-220X, 31: worn infrequently, 2 soaks 7. 3sixteen 32BSP Shadow Selvedge, 31: 1 soak. I fell off a bike going 10-12mph. The left knee faded, but my knee was unscathed! 8. Studio D'Artisan SD-107, 32: my favorite fitting pair. Generous pocket size and room in the seat for a slim straight/slight taper below the knee pair of denim. 9. Fullcount 1101xx, 30: purchased at the Fullcount store in Shibuya in July 2018. I didn't intend on purchasing a pair of denim this day, but one of the Fullcount employees moved from France to Japan to get more involved with selvedge denim. I couldn't help but support someone more into it than myself! I have yet to wash any of these in the washing machine, having only soaked them once or twice since I purchased them. Will update whenever I do decide to give them a rinse. I expect the 32BSP and SD-107 in particular to show more contrasting fades, as I've put the most wear in those two. Denim tops: 10. Triple Works/Iron Heart TWSH-102, Small: Soaked twice, need to remind myself to work this into the rotation more often. Great lighter 7.5oz weight for Fall/Spring season. 11. Apolis x Styleforum x Context Black Denim Shirt Jacket, Small: 2 soaks, 2 washes. I wore this most days during college for 1-2 years. The waxed black cotton is mostly gone, except in the unexposed areas like under the collar. The fading reveals more of the indigo weft, seen in the close-up picture. Love the reinforced armpits/elbow, and would still wear this piece occasionally, for concerts.
  13. 24 points
    Was really happy to add the Warehouse Cowboy Pants to the collection. Although will probably save them for next year whilst I work on my TCB WW2’s.
  14. 23 points
    Cold day today RMC watchcap ELC D-1 AtLast&Co Lot.147
  15. 23 points
    i recorded it today enjoy
  16. 23 points
    You are correct that your fear is irrational. I've put years of wear on both the paper thin stuff (J25) and the outer layer stuff (J50) and never had any issues with ripping or tearing. I'm super rough on all of it too.. literally use it as my outdoor gear. For example, multi-day treks with a super heavy pack with tons of rubbing on the J25 and it's held up just fine. From what I understand it also doesn't have the same delamination problems that GT does (although I've never had a problem with that either personally). To be honest, I much prefer it to GT in almost every way, and even though it's only water resistant, I still wear it as a rain coat a lot of the time. Especially the J81 with its massive hood and fullzip. This is the J50-WS out in the Wakhan -
  17. 23 points
    Somehow I was lucky enough to reach out to TCB and they had one of these that had been returned in my size. Ryo shipped it right over to me and it fits perfectly.
  18. 23 points
    Mixing vintage and reproduction: 1960's J.C. Penny's Payday brand jacket over vintage cardigan sweater and well worn Lee Archive Japan 1944's.
  19. 22 points
    left field vintage pendleton uniqlo sugar cane red wing
  20. 22 points
    Thank you guys for your opinions!! Just decided to give em a hot soak and im happy with the fit considering im sizing up by 1. Still not used to see this "light" blue on the denim though
  21. 21 points
    Nowhere near the amount of wear as @MJF9 has put on his bit here is a few pics of my 46 type 1 So instead of an "accidentally..... on purpose" mistake I think this cinch was an actual mistake , sewn on upside down
  22. 21 points
    My “nice” things to show are drying out. A few things that I made that are up at my shop . There are 100 plus paintings big and small by me there, I won,t bore you with the load, just a few to give an impression of my work, and are somewhat “nice” First one is a doodle that kept growing second, a few heroes third, seven gods of good fortune forth, forgot his name. But he escapes from a gate fith,here are nice things made sixth, hanya and snake
  23. 20 points
    Freewheelers / Merz / Hollows / Roy / Lofgren
  24. 19 points
    I’d been eying the 1927 type 1 for a while, liking the features and also conscious of wearing a 40s type 1 with 20s jeans So I treated myself for being a good boy and this landed after NY The features have been documented already so I won’t repeat… Only noting the armholes and sleeves are noticeably bigger (an inch) and the jacket’s boxier compared to my CSF 1946 Type 1… the extra space allows for layers… so yeah the jacket gets a thumbs up from me, really like it
  25. 19 points