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Broark last won the day on March 10

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About Broark

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  1. Boncoura

    Yup it’s on the Alpha Shadows sale page, if one of y’all buys that 42 I’ll be sending a horse head your way like our Italian mafioso.
  2. Boncoura

    @bartlebyyphonics I think the back length on my Ooe jacket is about 30 in., but looking at photos of the Boncoura jacket the back comes up a little bit compared to the front and sides of the jacket. I'm about 6'3" and I think I could pull off the 28 in. length, after all my TCB 50's jacket is about 26 in. in length. We'll see if I get the jacket, I just found out this morning I need two new tires on my car and I also have been wanting the forthcoming Iron Heart corduroy type III jacket. Buying jackets right before summer is something I just like to do I guess.
  3. Boncoura

    I was thinking the same thing @goodrain, only thing I don’t love about the Ooe jacket is the sleeve length which is a little short. I’ll probably talk myself out of it but I’ve loved the look of that jacket for quite awhile. I don’t need any more jackets anyways, it’ll be like 100 degrees here soon.
  4. Boncoura

    Alright y'all, someone talk me down from (or off of...) the ledge. I've been eyeing this Boncoura denim chore coat for awhile and I found one for a good price and I'm very tempted. Here's some photos of the jacket worn a bit, only thing holding me back is it's seemingly pretty short (28 in. back length on the size 42). Made from a nice neppy 8oz denim. Also I'm washing my pair of XX's right now, I've been wearing them more sparingly due to wearing my CSF jeans but also because the waist has gotten too big...post wash photos to come.
  5. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    Yeah those Big Bro pockets are awesome, should’ve bought a pair of Peanut Pants. Also I still want Roy to make some all black jeans. Maybe one day.
  6. Real McCoy's / Joe McCoy's Jeans

    Looking forward to seeing some better photos of the denim, I'm interested in a pair against my better judgement.
  7. Watches and Denim

    @mpukas just dug up some very old photos of the two, next time I see him I'll try to take some better photos. And here's my Panerai:
  8. Warehouse

    Nice find, that's why I search through Yahoo Auctions regularly.
  9. Watches and Denim

    Dude are you gonna wear the gloves every time you wear the watch? I'm not into watches as much as I used to be, just too much to keep up with. But I've got a Panerai that I don't wear too much because of the bulkiness. My dad is more of the watch guy, he got the bug when we lived in Singapore. He's got a black ceramic Panerai, A. Lange & Söhne Grand Lange 1 in platinum and a Blancpain Fifty Fathoms "No Radiation" model just to name a few.
  10. I prefer the Appaloosa, the midnight denim is quite nice.
  11. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    To me it looks like the same denim as the RS02’s which was made with Nihon Menpu denim, I have a pair of those jeans and the selvedge looks the same.
  12. Conners Sewing Factory

    @oomslokop ask and 'ye shall receive.
  13. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    Fit picture of the Memorial jeans after two washes and one trip through the dryer. Initially I only washed them once / hang dried but I felt like they were too big still. The second trip through the washer/dryer seemed to do the trick.
  14. I think you're going in the right direction, the rise on the 1101 is a tad higher and the thighs are a touch bigger compared to the 710 while maintaining a nice taper.
  15. Conners Sewing Factory

    Just some quick and dirty photos of my 1946 1st half jeans after about a month of wear, not much going on yet but thought I would share. Took me some time to get used to the fact that these are snug in the hips while being big in the waist. I just wear a belt to compensate for it. Only complaint about these is how small the pockets are, but it's a very small complaint. Maybe they had smaller hands back in 1946?