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I have a vintage 60/40 woolrich parka, and I'm not sure how to clean it:

Dry clean? Cold wash with no spin cycle?

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i fuckin' hate life. i missed that medium woolrich 60/40 auction by a few minutes...just fuckin forgot about it. fuck.fckfteatlhttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I have a vintage 60/40 woolrich parka, and I'm not sure how to clean it:

Dry clean? Cold wash with no spin cycle?

I just sent it to the dry cleaner and got it back.. It turned out great.

Also, 1 part vodka, 2 parts water (in a spray bottle) takes away the funk smell. This is according to valetmag.

Does anyone know how to re-waterproof 60/40?

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i fuckin' hate life. i missed that medium woolrich 60/40 auction by a few minutes...just fuckin forgot about it. fuck.fckfteatlhttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt!!!!!!!!!!!!!

man, that sucks. it only went for like 30 something bucks too.

that just happened to me too, with a vintage ll bean anorak. it ended when i'm usually home, so i figured i'd just beat the clock but i ended up having to stay at work til like 11, so i missed it. went for 5 bucks. fuuck.

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eBay for 50 buckaroos!

Vintage LL Bean Circa 70's. 60/40 Parka.

Picture is a little bit brighter than it really should be, but you get the gist.

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Does anyone know how to re-waterproof 60/40?

Great Baxter state parka btw. It is great. I had one some time ago, but it was a bit too small, so I sold it to a friend. I am going to buy one as soon as I find a suitable one on eBay.

I am not sure about how you re-waterproof a 60/40, but Fjällräven is made of the same type of fabric and they offer a wax (Grenland wax, is the name as I recall) that you can use to give it a plain impregnation (is that the right word???)

AT SuperBobo: I recently bought a vintage Fjällräven oilskin jacket (made in England) in a thrift store. It has leather patches on the shoulders like a shooting jacket, leather accents on the pockets and sleves and cord collar and cord trim on the sleeves.

I will try to get pics of it ASAP. It is really the best find all year.

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.....................................................................how much?

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You don't rock that mountain research jacket good @ all btw.

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Just bid on this thing since I nobody was bidding on it, maybe for a reason, it is indeed quite 'red'.

Don't know if I'll ever really get to wearing it, but for this price I'm willing to take a risk. I can't help really liking the hood on the jacket.

So, do you think this can be worn well?

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I'd say why not?

Pair it with a darker flannel inside, jeans, boots, neutral colored beanie and I think it'lll look pretty fly.

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looking at those waste twice hoodys the other day I found they were made by MT. Rainer Design who turn out to make some pretty tasteful jumpoffs in 60/40 with nice details

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want

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think it depends on the item with them that pic at the top is the short parka

I'm a six footer too and anything above a medium is scarce as usual

still want anyway

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If I could, I'd rep you with "RAPID ACCESS TURRRRGID SPRING RELEASE ACTION!!!!!"

GO AHEAD...DE-VOUURRR THE TERRAIN.

YOU DE-SERRRVE IT!!

fucking wow. gems.

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are ski masks/balaclavas allowed in this thread?

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Wow. "Premium Quality Goose Down" face mask.

Must cop for life by the Hudson River.

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looking at those waste twice hoodys the other day I found they were made by MT. Rainer Design who turn out to make some pretty tasteful jumpoffs in 60/40 with nice details

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want

wHOA!

How to cop!?

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^^^WHOA. If you rolled up on me by the river with that thing on, I'm pulling out the boxcutter just on GP...

It's like a Jason mask.

haha...true stillz...good sense of general principle...

but forreal, thou ox shalt be kept and ready then...cause I'm getting that thing.

I think I'ma start a "High Fashion Ski Masks/Balaclava" thread, unless we get some good contributions in here...

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just picked up a mt rainier dsign backpack yesterday.

nonnatives gotten way too fucking expensive

research general store had a shit load of nice jkts when i went a couple of days ago

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wHOA!

How to cop!?

Yeah, that bag looks nice. Would gladly buy it too. I tried rakuten but no luck. Any othe places?

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wHOA!

How to cop!?

Yeah, that bag looks nice. Would gladly buy it too. I tried rakuten but no luck. Any othe places?

available from ARKnets

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yeah its a pretty good bag, specially with the sale

edit: fyi. its not thick like cordura or anything like that though.......material, besides the bottom part is pretty thin

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