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  1. Decided to sell all my current CSF gear as it is all much too large for me now and I am still dropping more weight right now even while stuck inside mostly and without the gym. I'm betting on myself to not need anything in this size. The jacket was already sold and shipped, so it's just jeans left right now. I am of course still keeping the 37s for sentimental reasons.

    1922 Jeans Size 36 unwashed and unworn (only tried on)
    These are brand new, unworn, unwashed - $425 shipped in the US (will ship overseas)

    Waist: 36”
    Front Rise: 13.25”
    Back Rise: 16.5”
    Thigh: 13.25”
    Inseam: 31.25”
    Leg Opening: 9”

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    Conners Sewing Factory S409XXX 1946 jeans size 36
    These have been worn several times, probably around 15-20 times, soaked once, and washed once. The wash was without detergent as an attempt to shrink them down. $350 shipped in the US (will ship worldwide)

    Waist: 34.5”
    Front Rise: 12.5”
    Back Rise: 16”
    Thigh: 13”
    Inseam: 29”
    Leg Opening: 9”

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    Conners Sewing Factory S409XXX WWII San Francisco jeans size 36
    These have been worn a decent amount with some wear visible. They have been washed twice. The second wash was with no detergent to try to shrink them. Otherwise in great condition. $325 shipped in the US (will ship worldwide)

    Waist: 34”
    Front Rise: 13.25”
    Back Rise: 16”
    Thigh: 12.8”
    Inseam: 29”
    Leg Opening: 8.75”
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  2. 40 minutes ago, Broark said:

    No doubt, that’s why I’ve been selling a lot of my IH flannels off! Nearly impossible to wear here asides from as an over shirt in the dead of winter...

    Yeah I got rid of most of my flannels now as well except for a couple of rather thin ones. If I need to be warm, I'd rather layer with a sweatshirt anyway.


  3. 1 minute ago, Broark said:

    Definitely could be the rigidity of the unwashed fabric playing into it too. Lighter weight flannels are a win in my book, I’ll take 8.25 oz over 14 oz or whatever IH is pushing. 

    Especially in our climates. An Iron Heart flannel is warmer than a lot of my jackets.


  4. 4 hours ago, Broark said:

    I think I read that it's 8.25 oz., or somewhere in that ballpark.

    That's way lighter than it looked haha :D I didn't actually handle it though. I was too busy trying on jackets. 

    Just checked and you are correct - it is 8.25oz. My eyes deceived me.

  • Nike Green Gyakusou Logo Running T-Shirt
    $US 55

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