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  1. Ticklishchap

    Fishermen's sweaters site

    Very nice indeed: the sweater, the jacket and of course the chap who is wearing them.
  2. Ticklishchap

    Fishermen's sweaters site

    Great photo. Is that your good self? I shall look at the website now.
  3. Ticklishchap

    Fishermen's sweaters site

    I’m glad. You have to be so careful these days.
  4. Ticklishchap

    What Jacket Are You Wearing Today?

    You can get an epp free version from Outdoor Knitwear. www.outdoorknitwear.com Search Woolly Pully (note that there are 2 l’s in Woolly as it’s British English). They also have a Welbeck version without patches. Needless to say, I have the full range.
  5. Ticklishchap

    What Jacket Are You Wearing Today?

    Perfect, Sir, and I speak as a habitual, indeed addictive wearer of commando sweaters.
  6. Ticklishchap

    Fishermen's sweaters site

    I agree. My comment was tongue-in-cheek and I apologise if I offended you.
  7. Ticklishchap

    Fishermen's sweaters site

    Oh dear. That’s sad news. He is a nice chap and they are great sweaters; I have two of them.
  8. Ticklishchap

    Fishermen's sweaters site

    Yes, SWC are very good. I think they might have ceased to exist? What is ‘earing’?
  9. Ticklishchap

    Military 'woolly pully' sweaters

    That sounds great. I went through a phase of smoking occasional cigars as a postgraduate student and I still love the aroma. By coincidence I have been wearing my Navy Woolly Pully for the past couple of days.
  10. Ticklishchap

    Military 'woolly pully' sweaters

    I like the Heather Mix. I am considering a Rifle Green with epps and pen pocket. I have the Standard version at the moment. They have only recently reintroduced that colour.
  11. Ticklishchap

    Military 'woolly pully' sweaters

    Yes, I had the email this afternoon. Are you going to buy a new WP?
  12. Ticklishchap

    Military 'woolly pully' sweaters

    The khaki colour, as I said, reminds me of the first Woolly Pully I had back in the mid-70s, when Army WPs were more of a khaki than an olive shade.
  13. Ticklishchap

    Military 'woolly pully' sweaters

    That’s interesting. I didn’t know Cabellas in the US made a WP.
  14. Ticklishchap

    Military 'woolly pully' sweaters

    I have to be honest and say that I am quite curious about this now. Would you be able to post a photo of this WP?
  15. Ticklishchap

    Military 'woolly pully' sweaters

    I didn’t realise they made a version of the WP. This explains the slight discrepancy in colour and the closeness to my Peat Brown WP.
  16. Ticklishchap

    Military 'woolly pully' sweaters

    Is your khaki an old WP and is it British or US issue? My first WP when I was a mere schoolboy in the mid-70s was closer to khaki than olive, as were all British Army WPs at the time. Two years later I replaced it with an olive version, which had become the standard issue by then. The Peat...
  17. Ticklishchap

    Military 'woolly pully' sweaters

    I, like you, have the full range except for the Bond which I intend to get next time I order from OKW. But I have the WW2 version, which has the string/shoelace.
  18. Ticklishchap

    Military 'woolly pully' sweaters

    That’s what I would have guessed and I would do the same.
  19. Ticklishchap

    Military 'woolly pully' sweaters

    I thought you would probably agree with me - although it’s a difficult choice. Fortunately we don’t have to make it in real life. I wonder what other chaps will opt for.

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