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    tcb cat light shirt tcb 50s seiko 5 chucks
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    Man there are too many good jeans coming out. I need y'all to slow down on the excitement.
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    Rmc A3 Cap MF Map Shirt MF Ranch Blouse Warehouse 700C Red Wings 8881’s
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    I'm also interested in the Dude Ranch shirt, but I think I might need them to make a 48 for me based on the measurements. Should be doable since they make the Ranchman in that size.
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    Happy Friday! I came home to an exciting package. TCB cat light shirt in chambray, size 36. Ryo helped me with measurements and it fits perfectly, I don’t mind having a little room for movement. He also sent the cute stay at home tag, nice touch! I may have to go for the ranchman or dude ranch in denim next....hmmm
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    Will i do? . Heel against the wall Get yourself some vintage Made in Sheffield Moore & Wright sprung outside calipers and compare to boots you already own. Yes they do have to be Moore & Wright!
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    Oh man, I was hoping they would release this colour! Even though about swapping my BB58 for it!
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    The Wesco's I went with don't look much like the Yeager boots, nor was a trying to copy them. The Wesco's design was largely poached from S&S x Wesco Knuckle Breaker; they're on the Morrison/Western last. I was happy to be able to get them made up with naildown construction through Baker's; cleaner and sleeker than stitchdown. wesco by least weasel, on Flickr
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    They're fantastic. But a tough pill to swallow now that they're pushing $2000 US. These were about $1200 when I picked them up from Pancho and Lefty. I would love to have a pair of Clinch lace up or yeager boots in horsebutt, but I couldn't justify the price so I picked up some Wescos in Horween horsehide with naildown construction. I'm confident they're not nearly as nice as the Clinch would be, but I don't have any regrets.
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    In an effort to get the thread back on track, here's an update on my JL Devil's Causeway boots. Haven't worn them lately, just too hot. Might treat them with something before next Fall, or might just keep wearing them. Not sure yet.
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    Clinch 11" engineers in horsebutt on the CN last. A little over three years old. And as new. IMG_1429 by least weasel, on Flickr IMG_1431 by least weasel, on Flickr IMG_8956 by least weasel, on Flickr
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    1001XX before and after a wash; both in full sun. Blew out the crotch scooting around on my ass while pulling up carpet and staples. I was able to sew that up well enough. Then the knee wore through when working in the yard. Will need to attend to that before it grows too much. IMG_1411 by least weasel, on Flickr IMG_1412 by least weasel, on Flickr IMG_1434 by least weasel, on Flickr IMG_1437 by least weasel, on Flickr
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    Continuing on the diffusion theme.... Here's my line up - ^Old work boots (Buckler "hard as nails" steel toe and midsole). Probably lasted 3 years. ^current work boots. This the 5th pair of Bucklers l've worn in the last 12-13 years. Goodyear welted and very waterproof as far as non gortex work boots go - but after 3 or 4 years they are totally shagged. I like wearing them at work because our uniform has changed from blue to black, and our boss hates 'earthy colours' mixed in (l wear a caramel colour Hollows belt ). He keeps asking me why l keep buying brown boots when l know the uniform is black, but l smile inside and think of that song from Sing Street. Plus they are leather and gain a great patina imo. ^These are my general all rounders. Dickies dealer steel toe. Buy a pair of these every 5 years or so for 30-40 quid. I wear these the majority of non-work time, in the garden and doing odd jobs around the house. The reason l love them is you can just easily take them off without the need for hands. ^ Palladiums. These are for best/non work. First had a pair of these when Kibbutzing in Israel back in the late 1980's (they were given to us as standard workwear for free) and loved them. Had a major foot op (both feet) last year so these 'paraboot' soles definately help. They are starting to get a nice bit of aging on them although as usual my crappy phone pics probably won't pick that up
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    @dandysansosie Love this fit and the colors are lovely. Well done ! I still need to layer for those cold morning in Switzerland! Vest: Rocky Mountain Featherbed Shirt: Visvim Pants: Visvim Boots: Visvim
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    looking good @unders fwiw I guess we should be thankful this hasn't escalated further... last time I asked a navy seal about their shoes I got this reply: What the welt did you just welting say about my shoes, you little sufu-memblet? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in the shoe construction, and I've been involved in numerous secret raids on [other denim forums], and I have over 300 confirmed likes. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I'm the top shiner in the sartorial forum footwear forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will condition your uppers with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my lacing words. You think you can get away with asking questions over the Internet? Think again, memblet. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the extreme krumping footwear universe and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes clean the pathetic little thing you call your shoe collection. You're so weekend, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can wear shoes over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my bare feet. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed slip-ons, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Shoes Corps and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable chukkas off the face of the continent, you little quasi-enthusiast-wipe. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little "clever" comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your veldtschoen's tongue. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will wear footwear all over you and you will drown in it. You're welcome, kiddo.
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    Happy to oblige. Nothing too fancy. Red Wings: I wore them at a very muddy festival last summer and the heels came away (see next pic). Finally getting them repaired in the next couple of weeks I did karate when I was a nipper. Green belt iirc. And then they put me up against a black belt who kicked my arse! Never went back - a certified quitter.
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    fresh sufu drama in the new decade
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    I think these have the oxidised denim - they're definitely 1000x anyway (Warehouse naming ) They're Blue in Green D5. The colour isn't totally true (its a funny light in the rain here) - but close. 1 of my favourite denims - looks luvely
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    WTS FW1920 J58-WS size small, no flaws, worn a handful of times throughout the last month but unfortunately too tight in the shoulders. Full pack. Seeking 1100 ++ from Australia, price slightly nego
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    Got news from Göteborg, my jeans are on their way and the guys took some great pics of 'em. Really looking forward to wearing them again, will probably split my time between them and the TCBs come september. Repairs look great, will report back on how they feel and so on
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    BB58 Blue...Possibly the perfect watch for a denimhead
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    Went for a small vacation trip to a place that directly translates to Islandland. Rented a cottage with my family. The view from the house The doggo enjoying the sea Scarecrow + church I passed by running an evening A shed behind the house New orslow indigo tee in contrast to contest pants