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LAST CALL!!!

Last call on the remaining LVC items. In one week (on August 29th) all items will no longer be available. There won't be any price reductions, as the prices are already better than you'll find anywhere else.

LVC Valencia street 1944 501s 33x32.5- SOLD.

LVC Valencia street 1955 501s 32 x 32 SOLD.

LVC 1937 'Bleed Run' 33x31- SOLD.

1950s Sweatshirt 'Pacific', L, SOLD.

555 1955 501 34x36 SOLD.

LVC '60s 1% T SOLD.

LVC 1879 First pleated-front jacket, L:

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One of LVC's very finest efforts. A beautiful reproduction of the first pleated-front jacket circa 1879, predates the 506 and is actually a more complex and beautiful item. Made from heavy weight plain selvedged Japanese denim, fully lined in heavy cotton blanket. An awesome distressing job, quite natural looking. From 2006.

Never worn, all distressing was factory done, including the frayed cinch end and lack of buckle.

Buy it now before some A-hole gets in and tries to turn it around on ebay for $269.99.

Pit-pit: 23"

Shoulders: 21"

Sleeve, shoulder seam - cuff end: 26"

Waist: 21.5"

Length, collar base to hem in back: 26"

$160 shipped in conus.

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LVC 1940s Donkey Jacket, L, NWT MSRP: $650:

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From 2009 prison themed collection. Never worn, all original tags included. 100% wool with leather patches on elbows and shoulders. A very dark blackish-blue.

Pit to pit: 25"

Shoulders: 20"

Sleeve, shoulder seam to cuff end: 26"

Length, collar base to hem in back: 31"

$185.00 shipped in conus.

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LVC 1955 501s rigid Valencia Street 34x36:

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Immaculate. Perfect. Rigid.Never worn, never soaked, no flaws whatsoever. Deadstock 555 1955's from 1999.

Waist: 17.5"

Inseam: 36"

Front rise: 13"

Rear rise: 16"

Thigh: 12"

Knee: 10.25

Cuff: 9"

SOLD.

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LVC '1% Free' prototype '60s T, M:

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LVC Prototype '60s T. Extremely rare, perhaps one of a kind. A short sleeved version of the long-sleeved T from the F.W2004 LVC collection, never put into production. Washes lightly to resemble a nicely broken in T- worn once or twice, no visible additional wear at all. No branding.

Pit to pit: 20"

Shoulders seam to seam: 18"

Length in back, collar base to hem: 24"

SOLD.

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LVC '50s zip-through sweatshirt, M:

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LVC '50s sweatshirt. Lightly washed to resemble a broken-in sweat, never worn. From the 2008 collection, comes with tags. A heavy loop-wheeled cotton sweat with heavy, wide banded ribbing at cuffs and hem. Distressed brass zipper works perfectly. The color is more true in the pictures where the sweat appears more green.

pit-pit -24"

length- 24"

shoulders- 21"

sleeve shoulder seam to cuff- 22"'

Price reduction! $50 (from $65) shipped in conus.

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THE END TIMES ARE NIGH LVC SALE!!!

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The Tea Baggers control congress, Obama has turned out to be a Republican in Progressive's clothing, Bachman is a fried-butter-eating government handout recipient, Romeny is a squarely-glass-jawed no-new-taxes spewing mannequin, congress is hopelessly deadlocked, the Kardasian's continue to enjoy great popularity (and in the UK there's Jordan), so obviously the world is about to end.

Spend some cash while it still works, and ascend (or descend, more likely) in style.

I honestly wish I could rep you for that, it made me LOL!

Free bump for you sir!

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I'd consider those 55's if I didn't already buy that jacket... I had of pair of those from that time and they were fantastic!

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