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On 6/15/2019 at 2:22 PM, jsky808080 said:

Sugar Cane Type II. Bought in one-wash, worn around 70 times, washed once. seems like a slow fader

 

have same jacket with ~40-50 wears and I like that it fades slowly - looks pretty damn good the way it goes from the beginning.

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The TCB is really nice, but seems to be pretty much sold out everywhere except for the one in Sweden.

 

I've seen the IH, but they are just too much jacket for me. The Red Cloud looks nice, but measurements does not seen fitting for me. 

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On 7/15/2019 at 12:43 AM, whenpancomestoshovel said:

The TCB is really nice, but seems to be pretty much sold out everywhere except for the one in Sweden.

 

I've seen the IH, but they are just too much jacket for me. The Red Cloud looks nice, but measurements does not seen fitting for me. 

 

Son of Stag had a type ii Onni duck canvas - but its sold out now. i am also looking for a duck canvas type ii but not easy to find

https://www.sonofastag.com/collections/oni/products/oni-02517hox-type-ii-denim-jacket-duck-canvas?variant=12117724679

 

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What do you guys think of this Bestmadeco denim jacket? Not sure it’s worth the $328 price tag but it’s made in the US with 16oz Japanese denim. 

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@Toegun spot on - good buy. What kind of shrinkage are you expecting? Looking forward to see how it evolves.

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Anyone have any experience with PBJ 6087? (Type III, 14 oz). Particularly size 6. I'm a fan of the "modified" type III that some brands are putting out with a increased length...but is PBJ's "modified" version TOO long? I'm looking at myself in the mirror and it's bordering denim shirt territory instead of trucker

If any exeperience, with this jacket - any luck shrinking it? I know it's a one-wash... 

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Niiiiice!

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^ Thanks mate!

I washed my TCB 30's jacket at the same time. Will post more pics later, but here's a quick one for now.

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Edit: I'm clogging up this thread real good, haha. Still have my Warehouse WWII jacket to post as well...

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Getting back into the denim game after a short hiatus and decided to get a few jackets to breathe some life into the collection. Picked up this Strike Gold Type ll SGJ50S and I’m loving it.

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Got the other two jackets in to round off the jacket collection. One is made by Soso Brothers in Sweden who have their sewing done in Thailand and the other is from the folks at Brave Star Selvage in El Segundo. The Soso jacket is their Rebel type ll cut made from their Yukio King Slub 16oz denim with a Sherpa lined collar. The Brave Star is their Ironside Sherpa and is made from a Black/Black 13oz Cone Denim with a full body lined with black Sherpa.

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The fabric on that Strike Gold jacket looks like it's gonna turn out real interesting. How heavy is it?

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12 hours ago, Bobbo said:

The fabric on that Strike Gold jacket looks like it's gonna turn out real interesting. How heavy is it?

15oz..Self Edge had the best description.. “at a 45 degree angle it can be compared closely to a vintage hand-woven Persian rug”

The texture is even more amazing in person and @self edge has a good amount of sizes on sale if anyone’s interested which is mind blowing for how awesome this jacket is.

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So I took a looksie in Vintage Showroom after somebody mentioned Atlast and pick up a very nice jacket. Almost bought a denim tux, but the only jeans they had in my size was without the cinch (can’t remember the lot number) and I wasn’t overly impressed with the cut. The label said it was sanforised but I gave it another soak as the arms have a lot of volume and it turned into instant cardboard. A couple of nights sleeping it will sort it out, I’m sure the Mrs will understand :)))B01D4084-E1BF-4201-B3F1-659326DC5264.thumb.jpeg.21bbfcb9342ee7c5694a6e2ea97b0cfe.jpeg

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@Toegun Lot 147J - nice pick up -  I got the 147 jeans to match my jacket recently... 

The Timeworn guys visited recently I heard - has Vintage Showroom got much At Last in it now?

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Thanks @MJF9, is the 147 with the cinch? They had a pair sized 34 and they looked great  just needed them to be a size up. And yes they have one whole glass cabinet (on the left) full of Atlast stuff, quite a few shirts, trousers and other tops. Nothing in my size. Thank goodness. 

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