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I know -4 is nothing to some of you, but I'm freezing my ass off!

 

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Visvim hat (in hand)

Tenderloin

Kobataya

Stevenson

Freewheelers 1951

Tender (no vis)

Truman

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It's like in the mid 40's here and I'm freezing, can't imagine -4!

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TCB 50's jacket.

Real McCoy's ballpark sweatshirt.

Mister Freedom Lot 64 Okinawa.

Viberg boondockers.

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the mullet grows free and luxuriant, absolutely excellent Chicote! great fit too but sorry the mullet steals the show.

 

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today

old and ragged Fair Isle jumper

no name N1 repro

 

down below (not vis) TCB 50's and RW IR

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Flat Head

Flat Head

Joe McCoy

Warehouse

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Samurai

Momotaro

Hawkmoth Leather Co.

Japan Blue

Tricker's

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DSCF3128_zpsvvadhmme.jpgSchott 626 

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SD101 (some of you will take offense to this but they have been tapered Â¯\_(ツ)_/¯ )

Chucks

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I say that's the way to go with the tapering. It's hard for me to fit into anything but straight cuts like that but then I end up wanting to taper the leg openings.

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It really is! I was able to keep the full thighs and higher rise but get rid of the 90's look that the 8.5in opening was giving me.

 

I'm actually thinking about doing the same with a pair of TCB 50's.

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Nothing wrong with tapering - clothes should fit the man, not the other way round :)

 

Even if one might be a reproduction geek, I would have imagined the miners and the cowboys way back when would have modified their pants if presented with the resources to do so.

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The difficulty with winter weather is that I end up with, like, three variations on the same outfit.

 

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Visvim / Rocky Mountain Featherbed / Decolonize / Freewheelers / Truman (no vis, haha!)

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Shot from today:

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Velva Sheen

SDA

Chucks

The other day at my Wife's work:

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Mykita

Schott

Vela Sheen

TCB

Chucks

Maybe this should go in the what's next thread  :P

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"The difficulty with winter weather is that I end up with, like, three variations on the same outfit."

 

You say that like it's a bad thing....

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Well, from a desire for simplicity, it's great. At the same time, there's a desire to want to dress to your mood, or your environment, that's not necessarily achievable when forced to choose between some combination of 3 winter coats, 2 toques and one pair of boots. I suppose—and perhaps this should carry over into the discussion thread if people feel the need to respond to it—that winter outfits are limiting in the same way that subscribing to a particular style or trend is limiting. You can own ten checked flannels and three pairs of brown work boots and swap between them as much as you'd like, but I would argue that what you end up with is a large number of essentially similar outfits. Unlike dressing for warmer weather, where you're afforded a great diversity of fabric types, weights and patterns, going out in winter (especially in snow) limits you, particularly when choosing from among the styles and brands of this forum, to a relatively small selection of fabrics and colors. So, in short, I do find it sort of a bad thing, but that's in large part because I value diversity in fashion as a means of self-expression.

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Fjällräven

TCB Ranchman

Sugarcane 47

Red Wing Merchant

Edited by tigerstrom

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Thanks! They don't get much wear these days as they are a bit snugger than I'd like but I am loving how they are shaping up, and the 18oz denim is perfect for the "colder" days here in LA.

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Lewis Leathers

AA indigo-dyed hoodie

TCB Ranchman (no vis)

Denime 66 basic

Red Wing

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i don't post very regularely..

 

today's

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@unders Glad to see another Perfecto style jacket, seems like they don't get much love around here.

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Iron Heart

Real McCoy

Joe McCoy

Warehouse

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Iron Horse that Pherrow's jacket is lovely

Yep; it's a shame they keep fiddling with the design each year.

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Last one for a while, promise:

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Lost Worlds

First Arrow's/Goro's

The Flat Head

Sugar Cane

Chippewa

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trying on the new arrival mfsc jacket incidentally also wearing a buckle back mfsc jeans and wesco boss

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