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It's nice but I thought he said it was "old" but it's only 35 years old. Still looks like it is in great condition, though. But not any nicer than...
The sweater is pretty cool. Ecru roll neck with flecks of color, like oatmeal.
Acid washed jeans were a big trend in the 80s, but I don't think the intent was to simulate wear. There was stonewashed and pre-ripped jeans for...
Nah. By the 80s, they were everywhere.
They look totally 80s, though. At least the Type III and the 101J do.
Lost Worlds Buco Rider at the University of Michigan Museum of Art. [IMG][IMG][IMG][IMG]
Incoming schott trucker, Levis Type III style.
$200 won't buy you much, but maybe a decent used mid-range jacket like Cooper or Willis & Geiger, Gibson & Barnes.
I paid $10 apiece for my two denim truckers. One, an unlined Old Navy clone of the classic Levis Type III, with handwarmers and inside pockets....
That's exactly how it's supposed to look. Congrats.
I wonder if the pig died of smallpox...
That's interesting. Mine is leather. It's not particularly thick, but it's nice, like a "racing shirt" kind of thickness.
Also not $3500.
True. If the fit is really perfect, who cares if the measurements aren't right?
On the other hand I've tried on jackets and thought fit was fine...
Still, it's very difficult to understand why it's not possible to hit target measurements with greater precision. It can't be a matter of not...
I can't say I find it attractive, personally....