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  1. 48 points
  2. 39 points
    lol, no one gets a Lambo for its interior cmon breh
  3. 35 points
    Chambray posted with trepidation given quality chat elsewhere. My excuse - it’s a 60s repro (spy orange tab) by which time (I’ve learnt) rules were out the window. LVC / LVC / Sugar Cane / celebratory VE Day cider
  4. 34 points
    Denimbridge 05/DB19 These are made by Kuniyoshi-san from Double Volante. The cut is the 05 cut which is the same as the contest jeans. The DB19 denim is Shingo-san's latest denim which weighs 12.7 oz, is a tad looser weave and his darkest and neppiest denim. Pics galore: A pleasant surprise Two-tone arcs
  5. 34 points
    Bronson WH Buco orSlow DM MiE
  6. 33 points
    tillmann-like i rise and shed pounds, my fc 1108 fits again!
  7. 33 points
    Just the old contest '50s. Sadly so much life left in the indigo, just not the crotch.
  8. 32 points
    Same same Triffer hat/ Tcb jkt/ Lee Jp overalls/ Onderhoud
  9. 31 points
    Also, if you really are Lamborghini's interior designer, then the hexagons everywhere are played out, hiding the start button underneath a flip-top switch like it's a fighter plane is the automotive equivalent of wearing an Ed Hardy t-shirt, the UI on your infotainment system is utterly hideous, and those toggle switches were shit when Mini started doing them, they're still shit when you do them. Signed, a man who gets paid to drive and write about Lamborghinis.
  10. 31 points
    checking work wear sleeve length across the continent... 90's 'sassacus' cap / bleu de travail / lvc '15 / rw pecos
  11. 31 points
    I took some photos of my WWII jeans after another wash. It’s got more texture than expected. It’s got prob 9 months of wear with about 10 washes or so. It def made its way into the dryer a couple times. It’s kind of a funny “wwii” jean with some sort of correct details but mostly it’s a completely different Jean in fit, denim and details Also took some pictures of my sda Heavy weight indigo T-shirt. It’s one of the heaviest and tightly woven T-shirt fabrics. It withstood a cut from a box cutter. Kind of nuts.
  12. 30 points
    agree with you, but I think some may feel guilty to admit it because ACR is expensive and half to justify their purchase with the different features rather than just its aesthetics. As @Nebulae mentioned I think people that justify ACR by these flashy features are doing a huge disservice to ACR. The pattern-making and articulation is what really sets ACR apart, but these are technical details that are largely "invisible" to the naked eye, and even more so to the consumer that has no idea about garment construction to begin with. That's why you get kids that say it's over-priced. If you look back a few pages to @thatslapz impressions on the J1E, I guarantee most people don't even understand half the words he used, let alone why changes to them make a garment better, worse, or different. The devil is in the details for any hobby--garments are no different. I have a friends that are into fishing, cars, audiophiles, power tools, etc. and I definitely don't understand all the intricacies that separate a beginner level item from the higher-end and therefore can't appreciate them. But I can at least understand that the difference is there. If you understand just one hobby in-depth, I feel like you can understand all of them to some degree because you learn there is so much that can go into an item that the average person has no clue about.
  13. 30 points
    Hoya Fields MFG Sugar Cane OG107 Converse little bit closer for the detail;
  14. 30 points
    post-wash lot.1000
  15. 30 points
    CSF / FW / At Last / Lofgren / Stetson, Equus, Velva Sheen (non viz)
  16. 30 points
    filson-anatomica goes big yank-lvc37-rw
  17. 29 points
    Imagine still talking about ACR pricing in 2020. As a long time fan, price is irrelevant simply because there is no alternative to ACR. So many people claim there are but none offer examples. If there was a cheaper alternative everyone would buy that. Nothing that looks like this performs like this at a lower price point and that's why you're all so mad.
  18. 29 points
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    @Jared_Lee Looks clean! Here’s my CB750K. Took the bike on a 300km loop around the Ontario/Quebec region near Ottawa. Sears/SDA/TCB
  20. 29 points
    Warehouse open front jumper / LVC 20s henley / Denime 66 / Nike
  21. 29 points
    I sent this photo to a friend to make him jealous. I posted my 20s and 50s to Inoue-San purely as I needed the space and so they had a nice home. They've used the 20s for three blog entries recently so I don't feel too bad about getting a free shawl collar jacket in olive, plus a pair of 60s (not in pic).
  22. 29 points
    Papa nui hat Stevenson Golden Gate jacket PBJ tshirt Mister Freedom Midnight jeans Visvim Skagway pitbull again
  23. 28 points
    Morning walk to the shop in my M-46 tux First time I've worn the 46 jeans in a while 'there in need of a few repairs , few broken stitches in the crotch , small hole forming on the whiskers and both cuffs are wearing through the fold but they have held up really well for the 2 plus years of wear they have had
  24. 27 points
    Ebbets, Merz, Hollows, CSF, Onderhoud
  25. 26 points
    Cheating a bit as this is my parents neighborhood and not mine. We live about 2 miles southeast, across the highway. The not so nice part of town. This neighborhood is called Travis Heights, it's directly south of downtown Austin across Lady Bird Lake (more affectionately known as Town Lake by most locals). It's become a very desirable (see: overpriced) part of town to live in. It's conveniently close to downtown, major highway, good bars and restaurants. My girlfriend and I enjoy driving over to my parents place and walking around thinking about where we'd like to live if we could ever afford it. One thing I really like about this neighborhood is the system of alleys that connect all the homes, makes for great shaded walking in the summer. Most houses have no driveways due to the neighborhood being on a large aquifer, so each plot of land must have a certain percent of watershed runoff. Also the variety in style of homes is nice. There's small bungalows, more modern buildings, old houses. No real rhyme or reason which I like. There are also a ton of massive protected live oak trees, you can see them throughout a lot of these photos. There's a creek that runs through the neighborhood as well.