Menswear: The 'Rough And Rugged' Thread.


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Sayword
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17 May 2015 16:41
I like that Crazy joe! Anymore early british work/sportswear? We rarely see these, it's usually American work/sportswear. I'm sure they are very similar
Sayword
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17 May 2015 16:49
More British victorian era
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17 May 2015 17:00
The Kids are Alright
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posted 17 May 2015 17:13, edited 17 May 2015 17:13

Sayword
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17 May 2015 17:16
SwiftGuyver
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18 May 2015 06:43
amazing!
Crackajack
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18 May 2015 19:15
Photo from page 89 of SENSE Cool
Crackajack
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posted 18 May 2015 19:27, edited 18 May 2015 19:27
Has anyone seen a decent black western / cowboy shirt? Looking for something that isn't denim or heavyweight. For 'going out' wear. Something along these lines;

RRL



Stevenson Overall Buck Jones
Bennelli
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18 May 2015 21:11
RRL all day, but Calee & Radiall have one a piece this season

http://www.fastlane2007.com

Strong couple of pages Ubercool Ubercool

Sure I've got some Victorian workwear type stuff somewhere on my hdd, I dig some out this weekend bros
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18 May 2015 21:16
They look sweet Benelli, can't get on with RRL as not made where they should be for the £.
Seventyfour
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posted 19 May 2015 02:32, edited 19 May 2015 02:32
What about the Iron Heart Johnny
http://www.ironheart.co.uk/shirting/ihsh-85.html
Crackajack
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19 May 2015 07:57
Seventyfour wrote: What about the Iron Heart Johnny
http://www.ironheart.co.uk/shirting/ihsh-85.html

Did look at IH but wanted something less weighty. That's a beaut though.
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19 May 2015 10:00
Sayword wrote: I like that Crazy joe! Anymore early british work/sportswear? We rarely see these, it's usually American work/sportswear. I'm sure they are very similar

early American workwear was copied mostly from French workwear. Remember back then Americans hated the British and tried to disassociate themselves as much as possible.
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19 May 2015 11:04
Crackajack wrote: They look sweet Benelli, can't get on with RRL as not made where they should be for the £.

Yeah my problem with the rrl stuff too, saw a nice waffle knit cardigan in the rrl store in mount St. But it's mad money for where it's made.

Anyone been to the mount St store, some really nice stuff in there?
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19 May 2015 12:17
That's the main/ only reason I don't really bother with RRL, can't get past the made in China tag, especially for the money. I know it doesn't have the same negative connotations these days, they've got the experience, but as soon as I see made in China on the tags, I'm immediately put off.
beedub
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19 May 2015 12:18
Having said that, I still buy Chinese-made gear (Supreme cut and sew for example), but really struggle when it comes to more expensive/ exclusive stuff.
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19 May 2015 16:01
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19 May 2015 16:04
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19 May 2015 16:09
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19 May 2015 17:55
Laughing out loud