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Broark last won the day on March 7

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  1. Broark

    Freewheelers, Bootleggers Reunion, Bubo, etc.

    @mstax Yes I believe so, but I am not 100% sure. Perhaps Duke could chime in?
  2. Broark

    Freewheelers, Bootleggers Reunion, Bubo, etc.

    Neil chambray from 2017. Probably one of my most regularly worn shirts, elbows are starting to go.
  3. Broark

    Freewheelers, Bootleggers Reunion, Bubo, etc.

    @indigoeagle Seiichiro will definitely get you N/W if it is available! I believe he does stock some N/W models, not sure how much he has on hand in relation to O/W models though.
  4. Broark

    Freewheelers, Bootleggers Reunion, Bubo, etc.

    @indigoeagle these were non-wash, the denim used is a bit more rigid than the standard 47/51 denim but less rigid than the 44/45 war era jeans / jackets.
  5. Broark

    Freewheelers, Bootleggers Reunion, Bubo, etc.

    Almost done with the move, I've got a back yard to take photos now. 601XXC 1937 worn since November / December, one initial wash and two subsequent washes. Aiming to get a little more contrast with these, but it's tough since they are pretty loose.
  6. Broark

    The Sneakers we wear with our jeans

    Butcher Products Flying B in dark navy.
  7. Broark

    Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    @MJF9 interesting observations, must have been some tweaks to the pattern along the way. I wore the navy one yesterday, neck opening is a tad bit bigger than WH. I'll work on some fit pics, likely will have to wait until after we're moved into our new place. Packed a ton of boxes yesterday so the current place is in varying states of disarray.
  8. Broark

    Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    @unders Not sure if you have any experience with Warehouse tees, but they're no tighter than the neck opening on those. I'd say they're much more forgiving than Flat Head THC tees too, which are about the smallest I've experienced. Initial impression is that they look snug but are actually pretty forgiving, might have to do with the silk thread.
  9. Broark

    Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    @MJF9 I missed this year's initial batch but there was a stealthy restock recently, there are actually still a few sizes / colors available now! Fingers crossed that more colors are made in the future.
  10. Broark

    Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    Picked up a few of the YM Factory tees, very happy with the fit / fabric / construction. They are made by rebuilt.jp, he uses vegetable dyes to dye the threads and also uses silk thread on the neck opening as it is more flexible than some other alternatives. These might dethrone Warehouse as my favorite t-shirts.
  11. Broark


    @mstax Freewheelers just sent out a restock of their type 1s, always a good option. The WH one I have is great too, they’re just a little harder to come by in 46/48. Also worth checking out Yahoo Auctions, I see them pop up in size 46 every now and then.
  12. Broark

    What are your jeans doing today?

    Haven't been posting much lately, busy focusing on moving in a couple weeks time. Excited to have a backyard for the pup and some better lighting for fit / fade pics! So far I've filled up two boxes worth of jeans / trousers alone...
  13. Broark


    They do stock these in 46/48 from time to time, I purchased mine in size 46 direct from Warehouse a few years ago. My understanding is that they just don't make those sizes all the time in their regular production runs.
  14. Broark

    Freewheelers, Bootleggers Reunion, Bubo, etc.

    Pattern inspiration for the XXL PowerWear tees.
  15. @Talan if you get a chance could you post some measurements for the herringbone shirt? Thanks!
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