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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.

i;ve been looking for balaclava that isn't too long so i can also wear it as a beanie. anyone know of any?

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Wow, missing this thread is what I get for not reading Superfuture since the changeover.

Recently won this parka on the bay (thanks to wiru for the heads up)--dunno about the ribbed cuffs/hem, we'll see...

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Battle Lake in general are pretty nice, reasonably priced packs.

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Some scans off of an unnamed Japanese "reference book" focusing on vintage down jackets and vests of yesteryear (circa 1940's...to today)...

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"almost grindcore'esque" EMS logo for all of the wins...

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Conan the Barbarian, anybody?

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thanks, i own a few vintage north faces that look similar to the 70s/80s models there

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Recommend a vintage-styled bagpack for school. Preferably something that can hold a ton of stuff, with padding/waterproofing to protect books/laptop.

Does a visvim cover my needs? I tried one and found it way too bulky for everyday use. Kinda liking the fjillraven vintage styled bag but can't seem to find a store that ships to asia.

Help anyone?

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I'm in the same boat as flame. Besides the garbstore joint and a bunch of really raggedy ebay finds, I've been fairly unlucky.

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visvim and vintage-styled don't really mix in my opinion... don't know about shipping to asia, but i know both hyr and archival clothing have had blogs during the past couple months that have talked about this issue. check their recent archives

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Aight thanks.

I heard that the elk leather bottom on visvim backpack don't hold up well to everyday, especially in wet weather. I don't really want a vintage styled backpack, probably something more modern, but I prefer something that is similar to 'nam era type army field packs. The K-pak/ Porter liquid series does look similar to that.

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visvim and vintage-styled don't really mix in my opinion... don't know about shipping to asia, but i know both hyr and archival clothing have had blogs during the past couple months that have talked about this issue. check their recent archives

I think there's definitely some overlap and they work fine together. The K-Pack for me comes across as a very classical design.

But yeh, Cordura in the form they use on their bags isn't water-proof.

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classic, yes in some of their designs. vintage, not to me. i think vintage has a worn-in look.

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(takes off cashmere lined, pendleton wool "crazy pattern" outer...balaclava)

...you rang?

(ideas for a certain "insert" are flooding my head)

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checked out north face purple label in the flesh today, really nice infact north face jp in general is pretty fucking epic,

anyone know where i can see white mountainering in tokyo?

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checked out north face purple label in the flesh today, really nice infact north face jp in general is pretty fucking epic,

anyone know where i can see white mountainering in tokyo?

Sounds Good in Harajuku has it. (http://www.sounds-good.jp/).

As does Tokishirazu (http://www.tokishirazu.jp/)

I've heard of both before but have only ever been the Sounds Good Hara store which I think should be relatively easier to find. But still a random stumble on my part haha.

Full list at (http://www.whitemountaineering.com/) ---> Shop List

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yep, its a perfect size, exactly what i was lookign for

just afraid how dirty im going to get it :o

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