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The brycelands type 1 jacket is awesome short body sits perfectly on the waist! 

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15 minutes ago, MJF9 said:

At last At Last
The belt skimming Lot 147J

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Nice fit size 38?

 

are those grizzly boots?

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Nice jacket.

 

I'm developing a love / hate relationship with pleats on type I & II. I like the history, attention to details, etc, but I find the pleats not always super flattering. Also, on my Warehouse jacket the threads are coming loose at a couple spots that got - shall we say - under pressure...

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45 minutes ago, Maynard Friedman said:

Looks good. What’s the denim jacket count at now?! :D

Thanks! I wondered what the length reaction would be. The count is only 4 (At Last, Post, MF, Samurai; sending Orslow back and won't be wearing Ande in Eastbourne any more :(). Very tame for this community.

39 minutes ago, edmond said:

Nice fit size 38?

 

are those grizzly boots?

Size 44 Ed. Pleased to see you don't think it too short!

Boots are Viberg.

36 minutes ago, JDelage said:

Nice jacket.

Cheers!

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a teaser from instagram on the jackets debut in NC. Still havent had a chance for real photos. 

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9 hours ago, MJF9 said:

Thanks! I wondered what the length reaction would be. The count is only 4 (At Last, Post, MF, Samurai; sending Orslow back and won't be wearing Ande in Eastbourne any more :(). Very tame for this community.

Size 44 Ed. Pleased to see you don't think it too short!

Boots are Viberg.

Cheers!

44??? Seriously i tried  on a 42 yesterday and its great and i think im fatter than ya

 

length is perfect man

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Here it is. I’ll try to convince the misses to get a decent pic of me wearing it. 

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Looks lovely.

I liked that jacket so much I hardly wore it. The only time I washed it was to remove the Radiohead 1997 Glastonbury mud before I sent it to you. Hope you have many happy times in it.

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No worries, and yeah that's pretty much what I'm looking for.
I think I might just end up with a CSF type I in all likelihood.

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I tried on the CSF WW2 type 1 in Clutch Café earlier this week... very impressive... so well constructed, great denim colour and character, felt a nice weight 13/14oz, relatively boxy with vintage length... all that I've read really but always good to try first hand... definitely one for my list... (* eye watering shop price though)...

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2 minutes ago, Broark said:

I think I might just end up with a CSF type I in all likelihood.

We crossed posts... that would be a fine choice @Broark

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8 minutes ago, MJF9 said:

I tried on the CSF WW2 type 1 in Clutch Café earlier this week... very impressive... so well constructed, great denim colour and character, felt a nice weight 13/14oz, relatively boxy with vintage length... all that I've read really but always good to try first hand... definitely one for my list... (* eye watering shop price though)...

@MJF9 yeah the first time I went there I had a really nice look around and chat with the staff as a few of them are ex Son of a Stag but I left with just a coffee...

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@Toegun indeed mate and yes very helpful staff and a really good shop... they are building up quite a collection which is always good to see...

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On 11/11/2018 at 8:09 PM, MJF9 said:

I tried on the CSF WW2 type 1 in Clutch Café earlier this week... very impressive... so well constructed, great denim colour and character, felt a nice weight 13/14oz, relatively boxy with vintage length... all that I've read really but always good to try first hand... definitely one for my list... (* eye watering shop price though)...

A paltry £1024 for the complete WW2 tux! :huh:

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@Maynard Friedman high inflation since the war???! I only heard the price of the jacket and made my excuses with eyes watering. Better importing provided it's marked as low value.

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Are you flying this holiday season? If so, what denim jacket are you taking with you?

Last time I took my Warehouse WW2 Type I. Tomorrow I'm flying with the Tender 900. Both have pockets big enough to accommodate 3 passports...

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