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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by dan_t, Aug 8, 2015.
Spring seems to be a fleeting concept.
It sure is. +3 C/ 37 F and snow in Stockholm today. Well, with a great winter coat like that, at least you're looking great in the shitty weather.
Same here in Trondheim. Terrible waking up to this and knowing the trail-run season opens today
Pike Brothers Glendale 40's Sports Jacket today
Cool! How do you like it?
Three cheers for third winter?
@58panheadfan looks great. I was too late to your post or would have tried for one
Believe it or not, rocking a B3 last night in Los Angeles in almost May. Definitely last chance for that. 50/60 next few days, then 90s early next week.
Mentioned this older vanson c2 elsewhere so had to grab some pics.
Mulholland. My grab n go jacket.
Nice brass hardware on that puppy!
Thedi? Oh, that's stunning!
I know you guys are mostly doing leathers on this thread, but just picked up this Rogue Territory "cryptic" denim jacket. This guy Karl from SoCal is killing it, I try to support these local people when I can. This jacket and the fit is absolutely dynamite! Anyway, I feel as though denim is sort of the Yin to the leather Yang in terms of stables and wearability.
Nice and different but what's with the white stitched off set button hole?
On old Railroad overalls & such I believe that off-set button hole was meant to fasten the fob on your pocket watch chain [to keep from losing your watch]. I've noticed many Japanese Americana brands purposely still include that as a "nod to the past," and now this American guy is copying the Japanese guys copying the old American workwear. Circle of life!
Edit: Here's a 2021 listing for a pair of Dickies overalls which lists as a feature "Traditional dual watch fob openings" on the bib.
those monster Talons. The male side main was replaced. Patina needs to catch up
that’s for hooking your sunglasses!
Nice historical perspective!
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