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That Cossack jacket is great, I'd love to see some fit pics if you get the chance. What's the list price if you don't mind me asking?
I've also inquired about the U-Tip shoes in brown in the past with no luck, might try again soon.

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32 minutes ago, Broark said:

That Cossack jacket is great, I'd love to see some fit pics if you get the chance. What's the list price if you don't mind me asking?
I've also inquired about the U-Tip shoes in brown in the past with no luck, might try again soon.

The Cossack are 99000 yen after tax. As for the brown U-tip shoes it was schedule to restock within the 23aw season, wouldn't be wanting too long I suspect.6bfc80d66d68db074b4f3c84cef135dc.thumb.jpeg.f72137f55af297ce5c127e31be25e8db.jpeg

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5 hours ago, Signet said:

would u care to share measurements of these and the size pls?

Cossack jacket size 42

Chest : 22.05″
Shoulders : 19.1″
Back : 24.5″
Sleeve : 23.5″

403 trousers size 32

Waist : 15.7″
Rise : 13″
Leg Opening : 9.8″
Thigh : 12″
Knee : 11.2″

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2 hours ago, Topnotcher said:

Morning,

Has anybody the postwash measurements for the Lee style jean jacket in size 40 or 42? where is significant shrinking ? thanks 

Shrinking is quite significant. 

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On 10/20/2023 at 1:09 PM, *gily said:

At Last summer jacket, couple of Cossack jackets and TOT black bag (selling the bag, its new $150 shipped)

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This jacket is gorgeous. Tell us more please!

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I expect the hem can be let down. Even if there's not much material to work with a strip can be added that won't be visible from the outside.

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On 12/28/2020 at 5:15 PM, shredwin_206 said:

Anyone got photos of the lot 203 

I see callum post pocket flasher photo on IG 

he told me it WWII model. Sounds cool 

I realise this is 3 years late but yes, I've got the lot 203's - I like em, pretty solid rendition of a WWII model jean, in their distinctive style.

OD green herringbone twill pocket bags, no frills 5 pocket style, no rivets on the coin pocket, donut fly buttons - I like how "plain" these are.

Mine are still very unworn as I went off them a while back and also had a bad do with hemming, now sorted and that has refreshed my interest, so getting some wear.

Picked these up from The Vintage Showroom a few years ago when I was on a frenzied search for anything TWC, got these and a lovely chambray work shirt. This was after the brick and mortar store closing but they were still very obliging and kind over email, photographing all the pieces they had and posting some out to me.

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I just received some Lot 147’s and I’m pretty hyped. Does anyone have pre and post soak measurements? These would be my first wide pair of pants and still trying to figure out how to get the best shrink and fit in them. Thanks!

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@calvinasincalvin I had a look in my files for sizing but no joy... you might (stress on the might) find some if you page through this thread. IIRC they're sanforized (?) and do shrink a little but much less than non sanforized. You have to wash them at some point (presumably) so you could try cold to begin with and then edge up the temperature based on how much more you need to shrink them. 

Good luck and keep us posted!

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