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  1. Hilarious Rakuten Translations

    THIS is poetry
  2. TCB

    I love TCB's authentic fabrics and construction, but I feel that some of their cuts needed a bit of tweaking if they really wanted to take off in western markets. My 60s jacket is great but I can't understand why they had to make the armholes so tight. It prevents me from layering more than a t-shirt or a chambray shirt, and it's not very accurate in terms of repro.
  3. What about Jeans Jackets ....

    If my jeans ever achieve this level of grail-status, I'll surely send them your way, Ruedi :-)
  4. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    @Maynard Friedman@Paul T Thank you guys for the deciphering! I really appreciate it. Makes me really proud to own such an early product of LVC (or rather pre-LVC). If there's any interest, I'll get my good camera out and snap better pics on the weekend.
  5. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Thank you for all the great information, Paul I totally missed that there was something written on the back too!
  6. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Just got this in today. Am I correct this is a Japanese LVC repro from the 90s? Anyone know what denim is used? weight? which mill it came from (Cone or Japanese)? Construction, sewing, and denim are really awesome. Denim feels "dry" and irregular and is a lighter shade of blue. Leather patch. Buttons and hardware feels more substantial than my LVC 1947 jeans. Has a copper cinch-back buckle. Overall really nice jacket and in mint condition too for its age. It fits me great in terms of shoulder and chest width. A little short in body and sleeve length, so I'll have to pair it with jeans of a proper rise.
  7. Buzz Rickson

    @mlwdp I found that History Preservation's measurements are pretty accurate and consistent with how we measure stuff here. My experience with Rakuten measurements is that they sometimes mix measurements for different sizes up or different shops employ different measuring standards.
  8. Buzz Rickson

    Shameless plug My N1 Deck Jacket is up for grabs in the supermarket. Size XL. Feel free to pm me if interested. Thanks
  9. BR N1 Deck Jacket XL

    View Advert BR N1 Deck Jacket XL Selling my N1 Deck Jacket in size XL. Wore it for one season. Very little wear, no rips or tears. Alpaca lining in perfect shape Ships from Austria, Europe. Parcel is tracked and insured Price: 275 EUR international or 265 within EU Any questions? feel free to ask Advertiser Outdoorsman Date 01/09/2018 Price Category outerwear  
  10. BR N1 Deck Jacket XL

    Time Left: 11 months and 22 days

    • FOR SALE
    • MINT

    Selling my N1 Deck Jacket in size XL. Wore it for one season. Very little wear, no rips or tears. Alpaca lining in perfect shape Ships from Austria, Europe. Parcel is tracked and insured Price: 275 EUR international or 265 within EU Any questions? feel free to ask

    Free

  11. TCB

    yeah, not a bad thing at all. It's not like the brands collide. Different esthetics and brand philosophy. And prices would be a lot higher too if he was only producing in small batches.
  12. What about Jeans Jackets ....

    I really dig this jacket. Whale cord on the outside and sherpa on the inside. Doesn't get much better than this imo edit: well, it's not denim but still a nice jacket
  13. TCB

    Makes sense. I remember seeing garments which were labeled under a different brand but had all the details of the TCB brand. Even used the same "international world jeans" copper buttons. I'd still like to see a proper Lee repro jacket made by Inue
  14. TCB

    Looks like there's a Lee repro jacket in the making !!! I'm stoked
  15. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    Imo there's something profoundly wrong with the business model of a company if customers are waiting more than a year for basic items like jeans. If you can't handle the present volume of orders don't accept any new ones. Let them join a waiting list if they are willing to wait for your items. Yes, you'll lose some customers who will take their business elsewhere, but collecting as much money from customers as possible and then let them play the waiting-game is pretty dubious.