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Ironalls Work Coat, Jackson Sack Coat, Conductor Shirt and Jackson Trousers

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@Duke Manteereally great to see all your shirts in their full glory; very interested in the jacket department as well ;)

the coral stripe shirt is one of my all time favorite patterns!

also noticed in the CSF thread you are somewhat growing tired with FW? is this just on the denim or overall collection?

 

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@SLAB Thanks buddy - jackets will follow once I get through the shirts :smile:

I think I have too much - I know I call it a collection, and it is, but there’s less and less I can justify as new and original. Like all brands, FW re-use fabrics, designs and parts of designs and so it becomes more difficult to justify to myself why I’d want to buy something I probably already have in some form or another.

There are exceptions to that approach but all I referred to was a being a little bored - I’m sure it’ll pass

Edited by Duke Mantee

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Serviceman blue grey chambray and Fearless trouser

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I lost the left pocket button.

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Under the collar and shoulder area.

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Fearless is perfect for the Summer. Light weight wide herringbone fabric.

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the Fearless is indeed suited for summer. Very light weight, perhaps a bit too much for me. I have the grey/navy one; although I fail to see the navy in there:laugh:

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Onwards and upwards - another batch

Freewheelers Conductor, Cotton/Linen Hickory Stripe, Indigo #1023005

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Freewheelers Log Driver, Original Cotton Flannel, Orange Red x Grey Green x Cream x Blue #1133008

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Freewheelers Bakehead, Cotton/Rayon, Steel White x Charcoal Black #1323005

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Freewheelers Bakehead, Vintage Chambray, Brown #1423003

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Freewheelers U.S. Navy Work Shirt, Vintage Cotton/Linen Chambray, Indigo #1423008

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Freewheelers Kesey, Vintage Block Check Flannel, Green x Gray Mix #1433008

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Serviceman still in stock? 
I’ve  been wanting a nice SS chambray for summer time 

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One that I regret not buying was the red chambray Neal shirt. Hope they reintroduce that at some point.

Edited by CSL

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@ecsong187 I doubt the Serviceman is still available. It's from 2012. You can check out the Ironalls short sleeve shirt. It's the last chambray short sleeve shirt release by FW.

@SLAB Yeah, I know what you mean. The version I am wearing is beige x brown and somehow it looks light grey. 

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4 hours ago, CSL said:

One that I regret not buying was the red chambray Neal shirt. Hope they reintroduce that at some point.

And the green one... I'd love the green chambray in the skid row cut..

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What is the difference between the "Neal" and the "Bakehead" shirts?

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1 minute ago, JDelage said:

What is the difference between the "Neal" and the "Bakehead" shirts?

The Neal shirts have a much better name

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The Neal shirts are louder, and always have to have the last word ... :laugh: :P

 

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1 hour ago, JDelage said:

What is the difference between the "Neal" and the "Bakehead" shirts?

Everything - is the easy answer

The patterns are slightly different, the Bakehead was derived from the Neal as a nod towards the growing western market who were seen to prefer a more ‘fitted’ work shirt (one of my pet peeves I mentioned elsewhere)

The ‘moriarty’ (below) is another variation

Edited by Duke Mantee

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23 minutes ago, Dr_Heech said:

The Neal shirts are louder, and always have to have the last word ... :laugh: :P

 

They also used to be seen around DB all the time and recently seemed to have disappeared.

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Right, this next batch should take us to 80 shirts ... nearly there

Freewheelers Jesse, Vintage Flannel Check, Red x Cream #1823003

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Edited by Duke Mantee

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Freewheelers Steel Driver, Original Wabash Chambray, Dot Stripe Indigo #1723002

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Freewheelers Conductor, Vintage Yarn Dyed Twill, Yellow Ochre #1633005

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Freewheelers Greaser, Vintage Lightweight Yarn Dyed Twill, Raw White #1623021

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Freewheelers Bakehead, Original Wabash Chambray, Dot Stripe Indigo #1523017

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Freewheelers Moriarty, Vintage Chambray, Rambler Rose #1523013

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