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Dr_Heech last won the day on January 9

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    Sounds like the blanket lining in my old (now sold) 1879 Lvc triple pleated blouse - looks like the real deal but isn t. The lack of wool content in the lining would be the reason that it's not itchy imo (unlike the vintage Troy Mills type of lining ) and maybe will also lessen the warmth factor?
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    Really nice jacket @Broark - you can see the small flecks of electric blue coming through in the denim already. Can you tell me what the lining is made of? Is 6here a seperate label?
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    WAYWT 2021 [denim edition]

    That's the one/sort of what l meant. Really love it because it's eerily similar to the ones l used to see when thrifting all those years ago, but never could find one big enough to fit me.
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    WAYWT 2021 [denim edition]

    Thanks Duke. What colour is the stitching? Is it a pale orange?
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    WAYWT 2021 [denim edition]

    @Duke Mantee did this shirt get displayed on the ol' mannequin? I think that's the one (from several similar FW shirts iirc) that l really, really like.
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    Superdenim community sale thread

    For sale, Lvc 1944 S501XX made at the Valencia st factory in May 2000 from Cone denim. The size is 28x36 and they have had a factory wash and finish. This finish consists of some light distressing on the pocket edges and hems, plus some faint pretend whiskers on the back of the knees. I bought them for my son but he doesn't want to wear jeans; suitable for a young man or slim lady. More pics on request. Unworn and unwashed. Asking £85 plus postage. Measurements are: Waist across = 13.5", (34cm) so 27" Inseam = 32" (82cm) Outseam = 43" (109cm) Front rise = 11" (28.5cm) Back rise = 14" (36cm) Thigh (from crotch) = 10.5" (28.5cm) Hem across = 7.5" (18.5cm) First photo captures the truest colour.
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    Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    Got my eye on those 46 first half's
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    Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    No objections here. Sounds good. Then l guess people could also trade stuff?
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    Vintage clothing and footwear

    ^dig the pipe @Sansome1877
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    Leepro Appreciation

    @Broark they are Lee 1936 101 Cowboy pants. 13oz (i think?) Sanforized. They are the first hair on hide repro model, the other being the 1939 version (just different buttons). These were my first repro Lee jean (bought 2 pairs in 2004) and they wear like iron! Fyi though. My sz 34x33 measured 36x38 so l would imagine these would measure approx 38x38. Best double check measurements with the seller.
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    Vintage clothing and footwear

    Thanks Duke, vintage or antique, it's just a name, and l am a mere padawan to a vintage veteran such as yourself. To me the features and details are what set these things apart. A mixture of great (wearable) design classics.
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    Freewheelers, Bootleggers Reunion, Bubo, etc.

    @MJF9 that jacket is a thing of beauty! Probably my size too (?) I think after much consideration, that era type one is definately my favourite. That rounded stitching l could just nerd out on all day long.
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    Vintage clothing and footwear

    Lastly here's my vintage wrangler goodies: early 1960's Bluebell's Wrangler 22MJZ, two deadstock pairs of boys Wrangler 13mwz jeans (made in 1968 and 1969 respectfully) and an early-mid 1970's coverall/unionall which l bought recently in mint condition.
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    Vintage clothing and footwear

    Levis 70505 from around 1968 which my son wore for a while. Lovely two tone stitch model which are getting very hard to find -
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    Vintage clothing and footwear

    Thanks chaps. Too warm for your climate @Broark
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