Closet clean out. Jackets And boots(Cal, Vanson, Thorogood, and many more!

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by dannyk, Jul 14, 2020.

  1. dannyk

    dannyk Practically Family

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    I’ve done a massive closet clean out. Everything priced to move(open to trades and negotiations, but my size isn’t common on here.) Would rather these go to TFL members so I’ll leave them here for awhile before adding to the bay or grailed. Fiancé says they take up too much room; and frankly they do. My collection has grown astronomically and too many great pieces not getting the love they deserve.

    I just took some quick generic shots of everything because there’s so much. If someone expresses interest I’ll take as many pics as you’d like or additional measurements.

    First up is a Dark Brown Cal. All zips work, no tears in the liner, has the fur trim wrists, leather is fairy thick for this era, a beautiful chocolate brown color. No tears or rips on it. Just decades of natural wear and patina. Thinking around 250 US.

    measurements

    PTP: 20.5
    Shoulder: 18.5
    Sleeve: 24
    Back: 24


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    Next is a Vanson Chopper in CW bought new From Thurston in 2016. As we know the CW varies. It’s plenty thick and heavy enough for me. And it’s been worn for maybe 3 hours total and decided it wasn’t for me. Size 36. Thinking since retail is 800+ this has been worn for 2-3 hours 550

    measurements
    PTP 20
    Shoulder: 18
    Sleeve: 25
    Back: 26


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    Here I have a Star Sportswear Nam era G-1. All zippers work, original mouton and knits. A few moth holes as pictured. Not my specialty or area of expertise but I think 200 sounds fair. Tagged size 38

    Measurements
    PTP: 19
    Shoulder: 18
    Sleeve: 25
    Back: 25
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    But wait there’s more! going to post another batch of jackets and the boots.
     
  2. dannyk

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    Here’s an unknown horsehide that the leather is thick and beautiful but liner is beat to hell and has what looks like paint on parts of the jacket. Main zip not fully functional 150
    Measurements

    EDIT On This
    PTP: I originally had this at 20 my mistake it’s more along 21.5-22after a remeasure
    Shoulder: 18
    Sleeve: 25
    Back 25


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    Beautiful Oakbrook D Pocket. All zips work. Liner in amazing condition. Leather near perfect. 225
    measurements
    PTP 19
    Shoulder: 18.5
    Sleeve: 25
    Back 22.5
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    San Fran Civilian G-1
    Cowhide civilian knock off from 2000s. Perfect condition but just an average G-1. 200
    PTP: 19
    Shoulder: 18
    Sleeve: 27
    Back: 25
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  3. dannyk

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    These last two aren’t anything crazy just moving along

    This is a The Clash Harrington from their official site, size small that I bought like a month ago. They are now remaking them based on the original 16 Tons Tour Jacket they made for band and crew. Perfectly fine Harrington that retails for 65 pounds, over 80 US. Just didn’t realize it was a magnet for dog hair and guess what I have two ha. So 75 sounds right.


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    Last Jacket is a Boy Scouts of America’s from Woolrich from the 50s or 60s. No tears or smells but a few spots/stains around it. These I’ve looked up and the prices are everywhere from like 40-200+. So 75 seems appropriate for this.
    Measurements are
    PTP: 21
    Shoulder: 18
    Sleeve: 24
    Back: 27.5

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  4. dannyk

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    Wolverine 1,000 Miles. Leather has tons of life left. But been resoled by previous owner. Size 8.5. 75 bucks
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    Parkhurst Kudu Chukkas size 9. Parkhurst is an American owned and built boot company just outside Buffalo NY on their way up. Only like their 3rd year or so of operations. Highly recommend you check out their site/work. Only tried on in store by a handful of customers. I bought two pairs from a pop-up the owner did and he threw these in as a thanks for supporting local business. His customer service is beyond reproach. Leather lines and Dainite soles. Retail for almost 300, but due to Covid he has them for 198 to keep product moving during these times. So that’s what I’m doing 200.


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    These are the Thorogood 1892 Navy Portage in CXL size 8.5. At least for now hard to find since 1892 is no longer in production has stopped on this line. Might still find them at some retailers with stock. Worn for 2 days. Decided Navy wasn’t for me. 225

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    And Lastly Chippewa Service boots on the higher end CXL line in black Size 8. Leather is immaculate and pristine. One issue. I got them secondhand from someone they didn’t fit on. They said they had toe and heel cap/protection. Not what I was expecting.. just cut pieces of another sole glued on it looks like. Otherwise basically untouched. 170.
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  5. Monitor

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    That cross zip tho...

    All great pieces!
     
  6. dannyk

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    I mentioned in my post above but it’s easy to miss since I listed so many things haha. I realize I didn’t post too many pictures. Simply because I have so much stuff listed I didn’t want to blow this post up and have it be overwhelming. If anyone is interested in any of the stuff let me know here or DM me and let me know. I’ll take as many pictures or measurements that you’d like!
     
  7. ksozay

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    Have dealt with @dannyk on a number of occasions, great guy! Highly recommend!
     
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  8. dannyk

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    Thank You! As @ksozay says have dealt a ton, and probably will deal a ton more. So come on people help me get out of the doghouse with my fiance and move some stuff. I say that half jokingly, I also really do need to get rid of this stuff and focus on a handful I can wear and appreciate on a regular basis.
     
  9. dannyk

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    Have interest in the no label horse hide jacket. Going to hold off on that one, but listing the jackets on a local to me sales page as well. Will update if interest or sales are made!
     
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  10. dannyk

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    I didn’t put a ton of descriptions or history on these just because there was so many I was listing at once. But since they are now all up and been here for a minute it’s a good time to add some more info and photos.

    1. First this beautiful chocolate colored CAL. The liner is pristine. The original chocolate brown side laces are still on it. The sleeves have no damage and have these “fur” liners for warmth and wind protection.
    All the zips in working order.

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    2. The Vanson not much to add. Bought new in 2016 from Thurston. Worn maybe 2-3 hours total. Break in hasn’t even begun to start. The type of learner and quality you get from Vanson.

    3. The Star Sportswear G-1 from the 60s the goat hide is immaculate the liner is immaculate the mouton and knits are original. The knits didn’t have those two small moth holes pictured above. But other than those literally the thing is perfect this is the one that if it doesn’t sell I could probably still wear I like it so much. come on military guys, treat yourself with this one. 59DFDF37-B027-4688-A2E5-B3274FF2BC14.jpeg

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  11. dannyk

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    9A45C88F-1AFE-4F0C-B690-26872BA507C5.jpeg Now the unknown maker Horsehide one is tricky. The liner is beat to crap. The front zip doesn’t work and it’s got paint on it, and the stitching is far from perfect. But this is not hyperbole when I tell you the leather on it is special. It’s exactly 100% what you dream a classic jacket will be. It’s thick for its era. It has weight and fell to it. It’s perfectly broken in without being limp. It’s got character. It’s just special. If I had the money or time to fix it, it’s a dream of a leather. Originally wanted around 200, but after talking it over with a trusted TFL friend that’s too high for the amount of work that would have to go into it and I agree. But if this were a Buco or Schott from this era I would say the even with all the work it would be going for hundreds just because the leather is that nice. Dropped it to 150.

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    The Oakbrook is just solid. All zips work, pockets intact. Liner looks brand new. Other than average wear and patina she’s perfect. I think 200 is fair but dropping it to 175 to get it on the move.

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  12. RockSolid

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    Hello, where are you located?
     
  13. dannyk

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    I am in the US. For anyone nervous about shipping...I would much rather sell to TFL members rather than anywhere else. Selling and trading to trusted sources and good people beats anywhere else. So I am more than willing to adjust prices or split shipping costs with TFL members only, if they are somewhere where the costs are very high. If you’re in the US then that doesn’t really matter. If there’s something you’re interested in shoot me a message and let me know where you live and if need be we can talk splitting costs or adjusting price. Thanks.
     
  14. dannyk

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    A personal friend reached out and has purchased The Clash Harrington Jacket. The unknown Horsehide is still available. A TFL member has expressed interest in the Brown Cal. Will continue to update. Hopefully I can move these as I have something I’m dying to pull the trigger on but my fiancé will kill me if I get it before moving these out! I am open to adjusting prices, if shipping is cheap covering shipping or splitting shipping.
     
  15. dannyk

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    I have some things I really want, but cant get them unless I move these, so for TFL members and friends Ill make it cheap and easy as far as the jackets go.

    1. The Brown Cal was 250, Ill go to 225
    2. The Vanson was 550 now 500
    3.G-1 was 200 now 175
    4. The Unknown Horse Im going to pull for now, ive been talking to a tailor who may be able to do some work on it to make it worth the purchase for someone at a later date. The leather on it is beyond incredible and one of the nicest Ive ever handled from back then, but the liner, stitching and zipper would just cost someone a fortune to rebuild.
    5. The Oakbrook was 225, now 200
    6. The G-1 in cow from the 2000s was 200, this is now 175
    7. The Clash Jacket has been sold
    8. The vintage Scout jacket was 75, dropped to 50.

    The boots I may update as well, but am a member of some FB boot groups I think would be better suited for them.
     
  16. ljs1960

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    Hi.
    Do you ship to Italy?
     
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    I would. My policy usually is, if its quite expensive to ship, I will split shipping costs with the buyer. Im usually the buyer not the seller and Ive always been sad if I couldnt get something I wanted because the seller wouldnt ship. So Id have to check to see how much it would be exactly, but I have NO problem splitting that cost with someone.
     
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  18. dannyk

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    So let me know what you’re interested in and we can talk and figure that out. Thanks.
     
  19. dannyk

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    Chippewas and Oakbrook have sold! If you haven’t checked in here in a while. Last bump I dropped everything by like 25 bucks.
     
  20. dannyk

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    I still feel like there has to be a "military" guy here who would get a hell of a deal for that Star Sportswear all original, no tear lining all zips working G-1! ha
    But in a twist of fate I came across a purchaser for the unknown maker Horsehide jacket. I pulled it from the sale a while ago, as its a tricky piece. The liner was destroyed, zipper tape pulling off, and stitching pulling apart in one sleeve. Yet it honestly had some of the best leather from that era Ive ever come across. It was a nice thick and shiny horse, that had the perfect amount of break-in and patina youd want for its age. The leather itself was perfect with no tears, significant scratches, no flaking at all. It really only had two possible buyers, a brand new jacket collector who would buy it to see what size they are, see if they like the jacket and to see horse up close. Or a rich collector who could buy the jacket for cheap but spend a ton to restore it to the glory the leather deserves. While selling some boots on a boot fb group, in discussions with someone interested in a pair, my jackets came up. It turns out I was speaking with a tailor who lives in Toronto. He had told me hes worked on basically everything but a vintage jacket and was excited to test his skills. I made him promise to send photos when his work is completed. I know this is a lot of info and not really related to my sale, but I couldnt believe how this worked out, and I think a lot of people around here would be very interested to see it when its completed. When I do get pictures back from the buyer I may make a thread showing its before and after journey.

    Again prices have been dropped on all the jackets, and I am open to negotiations on all my boots. Consider this story a bump and lets do business!
     

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