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  1. Hey guys! New here, first post. Wanted to share my 50s that I've been wearing since October 2021. 33 washes, buncha repairs. They're at the stage where the thighs and knees seem to disintegrate more with every wash which doesn't bother me because I love patching them up. Thanks for lookin.
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  2. Tcb seaman Warehouse 1004 Birks + socks
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  3. Soft arsed Italian wearing the heavy layers in Canada. Comfy outdoor Inverallan Og107 Yukkkks
    41 points
  4. Warehouse 1003XX, 2-3 summers of wear on a light-ish weight denim (feels like 12.5-13oz but I’m not sure). Real colour is quite a bright blue, in between the darker full length photos and the lighter close-ups.
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  5. I'm here so why not get this started... All the best for health and happiness in 2024 and beyond folks... Vintage / Freewheelers 37, 33 and Powerwear / Hollows / Viberg
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  6. https://we.tl/t-kJM4iwYtC3
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  7. Freewheelers (ahoy there!) / Roy / Butcher Products / Freewheelers / Hollows / Lofgren
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  8. Feeling a bit "British" today...the new Tricker's arrived and I am in love. Had to pair them with my Jamieson's sweater.
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  9. Looking for UFOs. MF Buzz Ooe FW 44s Oak St.
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  10. S&M Bikes Valencia 506XX MF Mechanic, Salt & Pepper Covert Cloth from 2010 Gildan Junky 46s.. i was surprised how threadbare these are! M&S Socks J.Lofgren
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  11. still working on the @MJF9-style jacket hold, lol! 80s Carhartt, Stevenson shirt (one of my favourites), Whitesville tee, Duke belt, cane’s and lone wolf.
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  12. Some old Studio D’Artisan 15oz. Wore these from about 2018 - 2020. Working on some Samurai S3000VX25oz-MB right now (on / off).
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  13. How fortunate am I that my new wife insisted I wear my old Cone Mills '44 501's on our wedding day.
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  14. It's been a while, but here are some findings on J86. The fabric is indeed a Gore-Tex, but from the Pyrad line. A bit water-resistant(ACR says it can withstand some rain), windproof, and yes, flame-resistant (A friend confirmed with E himself). Unfortunately, I still don't know what GTB stands for(we'll find out eventually). The silhouette is based on the Type II jacket, and the arms patterns come from Medieval European armor and pourpoint, especially the Grande Assiette (plate) pattern. The Grande Assiette comes with triangle patterns on the front and back. It is very clear on J86. On the back, ACRNM adds a line that goes all the way to the hem. Under the armpits, are extra triangle patterns, which is the modern take on extra room for movement. The patterns of the forearms are literally from gauntlets of armor. If you ever wonder why the chest pockets look like that, here's the answer. It's all about triangles. ACRNM even sacrificed the storage for this - they stitched the pocket entry to maintain the shape. The chest pocket cannot open fully. The most important thing I want to mention: the stitching on the front plate pattern is actually not continuous; the chest pocket breaks it (see above). No stitching underneath. Yet you may still see the pattern is complete because they manage to make the curve visually continuous. I can imagine how hard this is during production. Overall, J86 combines 3 different times in 3 dimensions: Now (fabric), 50s American workwear(silhouette), and Medieval(arm pattern). Triangle of Happiness PS. English is not my first language. I'm making a video for this but in Chinese. If you speak Chinese you might already watch my previous videos. If you don't, remember these are the most interesting parts so you won't miss a lot.
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  15. Freewheelers Ironalls x 2 / At Last / Hollows / Lofgren / Rototo (not visible)
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  16. sun surf // sugarcane // viberg x iron heart
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  17. Winter wonderland as well here...
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  18. User banned [email protected] 2600:387:a:5:0:0:0:91 His second account kinson11 is banned now too [email protected] 2600:1700:4f4:1000:d160:aedd:8024:4fbf
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  19. Freewheelers 1922 and Derrickman / Belafonte / @Duke Mantee / Converse
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  20. Hopefully not getting too off-topic with a couple of non-denim outfits. RH photo RRL shirt, MF jacket, Paraboot, pants & tie vintage. LH photo vintage suit, hat, tie. Paraboot again, shirt is Thomas Pink.
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  21. Went to a crystal maze / escape room place , the room was tilted at 45 degrees .... felt like i had a few too many Tee from local shop 2 friends started Conners Jordan 1 Chicago ..... grumpy ninja Sneaking suit Jordan 3's
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  22. german surplus flecktarn gore tex ish, filson, post o’alls, tender, timbos (matching with @Geeman), with mini-phonics in baby levis tux; type 3 and late 90s stf 501: check my janky sashiko…
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  23. Tender / Freewheelers 1937 / Bronson / @Duke Mantee / Russell Moccasin
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  24. Tender 405 // Warehouse Tees // Sugarcane M-Series // Viberg x Iron Heart
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  25. 1001XX still going strong List of repairs now includes front left pocket bag + pocket opening, rear right pocket, right side of crotch (both panels), & lots of replaced stitching; next on the list will be front right pocket opening, rear left pocket, and button holes Saturation and contrast are about right, but the color balance is way off in most of the photos; they aren’t nearly so gray looking in person. The closest to true are the photos looking up the legs from the hems and the full back shot.
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  26. my DD 1003XX just after 2nd wash
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  27. Pre wash pics of the 1954 dsb There a lot bigger than they look , sized up 1 from my usual 30 for a roomier fit
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  28. 0105's with about 18 months of wear.
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  29. @chicote here are post wash photos Turns out it is stained, not bad though SuFu bugging
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  30. thank you; good to be back! haven’t been posting as been lured by the call of the actually water proof and effecient warmth-to-weight ratio: charity shopped musto and folk wool-fleece as evidence… (gorpxyachtcore) back to spring back to denims: think have found a good partner to the tcb 40s jacket: tender 125 (‘achilles’ over-dye: natural indigo not woad methinks)
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  31. Heimat Tellason Full Count Trickers
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  32. Tilley / Sun Surf / Bubo / Hollows / Cane’s 101B / JK
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  33. Rototo / Kapital / Freewheelers 22, 37 and Powerwear Henley (non vis) / Hollows (non vis) / Lofgren
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  34. Outdoors and Indoors today... Vintage / Salomon / Buaisou / McCoys / At Last / Darn Tuff / Birks
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  35. Surplus, universal works, RMC, redwing
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  36. I made Duke a little rack for his leatherworking tools today.. I drilled a plywood template for the holes.. it's easier to get the spacing right on the temp, rather than have numerous confusing lines on your oak. I cut a block of oak from a board and sanded it square.. put the template on top and drilled through the holes.. not all the way through, just a couple of inches down Used my guage to mark out a 15mm thickness Cut it off Sanded it flat.. Keeping the thread on topic, cuff of Warehouse 😎 Repeat I did the same thing from the bottom of the board (which is why i only drilled 2" deep) giving me 2x pieces of oak with a series of holes on the exact same centers and one piece of oak with no holes to form the base of the rack and laminated the bottom 2x pieces together ..this is only because when i look in the bottom of the holes.. i don't want to see the point left behind from the forstner bit Pfft.. so unprofessional.. says the guy who can't even focus^ his camera I wanted some wooden dowels to peg it together.. but i wanted them in a dark contrasting colour... huf!.. y'know that moment in your day when all you need a small perfectly round piece of honduras mahogany but it's been on the endangered species list since 2013?.. well fear not superdudes Double 0s Life Hacks #47 Cut some pieces of mahogany Y'know those people who say 'you can't fit a square peg in a round hole' ?.. well those people are fucking idiots Get a bit of metal with a hole in it and nip it up in the vice ..tap your little peg in ..tap it through with a drift punch, turn the metal upside down and hey presto! ..Mahogany dowels Using the oak off cuts.. i've bobbin'd out a couple of slots.. Im going for a mid-century kind of vibe ..started building it.. i'll hide that little rebate later, i french polished the internal parts before i put the top on so i wasn't french polishing through a narrow slot ..tapped my handmade pegs in.. now the labourious task of sanding out the marks from the machines.. ..french polished the outside and gave it a coat of wax ..and there you have it .. the hiden rebate
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  37. it's been a while nice page all [lovely ecru Volvo...] greetings from wet ol' blighty: back with much of the same; properly starting these sc47s... m65/aero a2/carhartt vest/sc47/cheaney
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  40. Another amazing find for Foremost vintage, this pair is identical to the flannel pocket pair in the 501xx book and in the same size and unwashed condition as the pair recently discussed in the Sugar cane thread! Can't believe there's still this stuff like this out there. Edit - after closer inspection it seems these S501XX are the same pair that Sugarcane used as a template for their recent flannel pocket replica.
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  41. surplus army shirt - lvc '37 - r.mocs...
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  42. Merz - Duke - Denime - Cons
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  43. Ran the Manchester Half Marathon today. Now off to eat Thai food and drink Thai beer. Baracuta Kamakura shirts Duke FC Tim's
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  44. pre-ramadan visit to dad's grave while nursing a hangover. wearing 13-year-old fc 1108, band tee, karhu ikoni trail. the band
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  45. Yes! I sold it to a friend! Here are some pics of me wearing a Medium with a J91 as a liner. As you can see it's still roomy!
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  46. Big Yank / TCB held Bartles-matador style / Canes / Hollows / Viberg
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  47. Warehouse sweatshirt Ranger Vintage (cheapo taobao jeans, ww2 model in ecru) Russell mocs
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