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LITSM, no worries. I checked Genco and they don't offer W&W.

Here's the link to the cap

That looks almost exactly like the one offered through Lofgren.

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Jeezes Snake, i promised myself not to buy anymore Levis repros this year!

sad to see the arcs gone but the leather patch looks amazing

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I am glad that Freewheelers is producing the 601XX again. I am hoping that they will produce the WWII model. I like the leather patch as well as the rivets and buttons.

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^ Very nice, +rep.

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That looks almost exactly like the one offered through Lofgren.

Unfortunately, the W&W is the only company that offered a 6 7/8. Would love to get my hands on a S&P cap. Any info on any other companies that produce them?

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After a lot of soulsearching, and 2 speeding tickets that need paying.

I've decided I have to sell my trackwalker shirt

Heres a link to my earlier post:

http://www.superfuture.com/supertalk/showthread.php?t=241183&page=5

I've only worn it once, for a few hours on the missus' birthday.

Its size 17, which is about a 42-44. As far as I know its no longer available , even John Lofgren has none left on his site.

Original price on Rakuten was 24000Y plus tax plus shipping plus proxy.

£149 plus postage

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seriously, i would reconsider, u'll regret selling it

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Snake - amazing! Freewheelers never disappoints with their attention to detail. :cool:

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Snake- I've been pining for those trousers for a while now. Mind posting the size and actual waist measurement?

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BIG style measurements

Tag size: 32 x 34

Waist: 32.25" (the waist gives a bit because of the slit)

Front rise: 12.75"

Rear rise: 16.75"

Upper thigh: 13.5"

Knee: 10.25"

Leg opening: 8 5/8"

Inseam: 33"

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Thank you, sir. Looks like the 34 would do me well, although it's too bad they don't make odd waist sizes...

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For Jstarvin and because no one posted in that thread for a month.!!

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[GREAT LAKES GMT. MFG.Co.] by freewheelers "JACKSON" Late 1800's TAILORED HUNTING COAT

just order from Mr. Fujita - thewildone.jp, one wash.

I will give the details tomorrow.

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Please do. I'm deciding between that one and the coat that Doc Blue posted.

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the one doc has, has been on my want list for awhile already.

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If it came in Navy it'd probably be an instant purchase. Right now I'm looking at one from Sugar Cane that I may get for that reason.

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jstavrin - have you consider Ooe's 1902 jacket? You can get it with the fabric you like with all the details you like.

I just pulled the trigger on a pair of Indigo Wabash Longshoreman from Speedway. Will post some pics soon.

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Link? I'm intrigued. Never considered Ooe.

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Here's the link

http://ooe-yofukuten.com/08_1902's%20railroad%20jkt.html

Fabric link: They have tons of choices

http://ooe-yofukuten.com/fabric-no1-1.html

Email them for more details but basically you can choose fabric, bottons, stitch colors, add inner pocket, remove pockets, minor sizing adjustments such as sleeve length and overall length. You can have fabric samples send to you for free.

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Here's the link

http://ooe-yofukuten.com/08_1902's%20railroad%20jkt.html

Fabric link: They have tons of choices

http://ooe-yofukuten.com/fabric-no1-1.html

Email them for more details but basically you can choose fabric, bottons, stitch colors, add inner pocket, remove pockets, minor sizing adjustments such as sleeve length and overall length. You can have fabric samples send to you for free.

Thanks, Snake. That's absolutely insane. Almost too much choice. I don't think I'd ever be able to settle on one make-up.

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very nice jacket sufutense

James, OOE is great. but i would say that is stands slightly a bit under FW in terms of quality of making, (fabric is great) i got 2 pairs of jeans that i like very very much tho.

but i am def looking at them for a duck jacket and pair of denims.

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I don't think these have been posted- from Workwear#1:

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