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  1. dylanbooth78

    WAYWT 2020 (Denim Edition)

    Lovely textures!
  2. dylanbooth78

    Levi's Vintage Clothing

    If you still have the bits can you not just refit it and hammer the end to keep it in place? I don't have any rivets I'm afraid.
  3. dylanbooth78

    Shoes that look better with age...

    Just gonna lower the tone a little... Altberg tabbing boots, about 4 years old and approx 4000 miles walked in these on pavements trails and mountainous terrain (in dryer weather) they are lined in cambrelle and have a cordura bellows tongue. A great general purpose boot. They probably have another 3000 miles left in them until they need a resole! IMG_20200215_123930 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200215_123811 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200215_123745 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200215_123824 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr
  4. dylanbooth78

    Levi's Vintage Clothing

    I just hammered the rivets on these 1933s as they were pulling threads on a throw I have on my sofa! They came out pretty well. I already removed the suspender buttons and may chop off the cinch soon too... IMG_20200215_114237 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200215_114207 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200215_114323 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr
  5. dylanbooth78

    Workshirts

    that came out really nice mate!
  6. dylanbooth78

    Show us your leather

    One star leather horizontal wallet in bourbon shell cordovan... IMG_20200208_125646 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200208_125702 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200208_125715 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200208_125800 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200208_125816 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr
  7. dylanbooth78

    The Leather Jacket Thread

    I would highly advise you email Holly (Ken Calder's daughter) who is in charge of dealing with customers orders at aero if you era thinking of ordering one, she was a great help to me when I ordered. They will completely customise the jacket to your measurements if need be, and if you have fit problems they will deal with it quickly.
  8. dylanbooth78

    The Leather Jacket Thread

    Thanks johnm, I'm very happy with the construction and quality, this one was made by Julie Leich (probably spelling her name wrong!?) she is the Head machinist and is responsible for their film jackets! The hides are selected from the best that they have and I can confirm that they are fantastic. There is one stitch line that is slightly uneven on the right cuff, but i like that as this jacket is hand made from start to finish and this highlights that perfectly (I love that about handmade items!) The Premier jackets do have much higher arm holes and slimmer sleeves. The collars are also a different (slimmer) design and the shoulders are a bit neater fitting too. The fit is fantastic, I ended up adding a bit of length to the body and sleeves, I'm not that tall, about 5'11" but am a somewhat odd build so needed that extra length! I also had it lined in cotton drill instead of the wool tartan as I wanted to be able to wear this in warmer weather too. I also had them fit the standard aero label instead of the Premier one as it reminds me of a aero I used to own that I really regret selling! Sorry for the long text but I hope it answers your question.
  9. dylanbooth78

    WAYWT 2020 (Denim Edition)

    Wool beanie, Aero, LVC and vans... IMG_20200207_091205 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr
  10. dylanbooth78

    The Leather Jacket Thread

    Hi guys, Aero premier fit 30's half belt in brown FQHH... IMG_20200207_091621 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200207_091640 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200207_091658 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200207_091800 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200207_091806 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200207_091806 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200207_091832 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200207_091900 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr
  11. dylanbooth78

    WAYWT 2020 (Denim Edition)

    thanks mate, it is a premier range 1930's half belt in brown heavy FQHH, I had some length added and talon zippers fitted. I love this jacket, I used to have a aero 50's half belt but I was never a fan of how the shoulders looked, it was also lined in alpaca which meant I could only wear it on cold days (not many of those in London) but this one I had lined in cotton drill and have successfully worn it in the summer (on the motorbike) as well as milder autumn and winter days and it has been fine in lower temps too with a shirt under it! The fit of the premier jackets is very neat in the shoulders and the collar is a vast improvement on aero's standard collars in my opinion. This one is a keeper.
  12. dylanbooth78

    Samurai Jeans

    Hey guys, does anyone have experience with the standard 21oz sammys? Is it similar in feel to the 19oz zero denim? I have had the 510s in 24oz left hand twill denim before (limited model) they were very different to the standard 19oz 710s I have.
  13. dylanbooth78

    WAYWT 2020 (Denim Edition)

    Aero LVC 1947 IMG_20200204_125541 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr Also just found my LVC 1915's (the ones with the incorrect patch) so will have to see if I still fit into them!... Its been a few years;-) IMG_20200204_125325 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr
  14. dylanbooth78

    WAYWT 2020 (Denim Edition)

    Pike brothers roamer LVC 1933 Wolverine IMG_20200202_122136 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr IMG_20200202_121905 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr
  15. dylanbooth78

    WAYWT 2020 (Denim Edition)

    IMG_20200201_130939 by Ian Spry-Shute, on Flickr