Menswear: The where can I get this from? thread


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seenmy
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14 Feb 2021 12:34
lothian wrote: My beloved orslow New Yorker sweatpants are worn through from WFH life, does anyone have recommendations for sweats that aren’t the standard Nike grey jobbies?

blank expression (its essentially blanks from the canadian factory that does a lot of north american brands jersey aime leon dore noah etc)
lothian
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480 posts since 2/11/12

14 Feb 2021 13:47
Cheers Seenmy Ubercool
MerciBeau
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4360 posts since 7/7/06

14 Feb 2021 16:19
I rate LA Apparel Heavy Fleece.
Crackajack
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7942 posts since 21/4/05

11 Mar 2021 18:47
A plain white / offwhite bucket hat that is made in the EU, US or JP. No branding or branding that can be removed…

Corrdior NYC do the perfect one but sold out.
Sebastian17
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2040 posts since 23/8/10

12 Mar 2021 11:44
Tilley T1 Hat, made in Canada, duck cloth fabric, very small tab on side. Strings are removable.

https://www.tilley.com/uk_en/the-iconic-t1.html
Rez
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12 Mar 2021 11:46
very hunter s thompson
Crackajack
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posted 12 Mar 2021 12:11, edited 12 Mar 2021 12:11
Sebastian17 wrote: Tilley T1 Hat, made in Canada, duck cloth fabric, very small tab on side. Strings are removable.

https://www.tilley.com/uk_en/the-iconic-t1.html

Thanks Seb, best I have seen but feel like I'm paying for superfluous features! Costs around the same as the Corridor one would be a lot better quality.
Crackajack
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12 Mar 2021 17:00
Unstructured (with band) soft, rounded crown is what I'm after… but semi-decent quality / 'made in' tag.


Seventyfour
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12 Mar 2021 23:25
I want one too
generic_guy
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9949 posts since 16/9/02

13 Mar 2021 00:00


Cool
Seventyfour
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13 Mar 2021 00:06
I'd idealy like one with green under the brim

Crackajack
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13 Mar 2021 00:06
^ that one I pictured is £7 (Laughing out loud) and kind of exactly right in terms of shape + structure. However, made in China (which isn't unexpected for the price).
Crackajack
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13 Mar 2021 00:17
generic_guy wrote: Cool

Yes gg, the Ivy crossover Cool

I think the green underbrim moves it into the cricket/tennis sporting territory, still like it but it is a little different - there are some on US eBay atm but seem quite wide brim.

Seventyfour
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13 Mar 2021 00:37
The originals generally had green under the brim, I'd bet the one in the take ivy pic dose too.
I can't stand the wide brim cricket type ones.

I was looking for one this morning, Stetson do some that don't look like a bad shape and will be decent quality, but don't seem to do one in white Puzzled
Lady white made some last year for their la store but they where £90 plus shipping from US.
Give me a shout if you find a decent one.


Crackajack
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13 Mar 2021 01:09
Fair point was more thinking of those wider brims, less like the fishing style.

Save Khaki do a decent one (neutral colour) but they charge £60 shipping as well Puzzled

There must be a place in portugal or a Union made US wholesaler that does something on these lines
bungleski
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540 posts since 21/7/11

13 Mar 2021 06:31
Seventyfour wrote: I'd idealy like one with green under the brim


Give us a nudge if you find one bud, also fancy one for the summer. Love a bucket hat but they’re either wide brimmed or deep af.
generic_guy
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9949 posts since 16/9/02

13 Mar 2021 09:14
Failsworth do one
https://landmarkstores.com/products/failsworth-cotton-reversiblel-bucket-for-men-in-stone?variant=37637661819061&gclid;=CjwKCAiA4rGCBhAQEiwAelVti5RGOzJgySCdbmXctmNszuJh0Ercq6_c9kqq8mNWuJDeF2vKTA4dSxoChYUQAvD_BwE
They do have a UK factory but I can find specific details, one site did suggest everything was made in Manchester though.
bruk
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3735 posts since 2/11/06

13 Mar 2021 13:11
Cableami buckets are good if they do a plain white
Paa did a white with green underbrim last summer which was very nice aswell
Crackajack
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13 Mar 2021 13:27
bruk wrote: Cableami buckets are good if they do a plain white
Paa did a white with green underbrim last summer which was very nice aswell

Got a white cableami one but has a coloured band, has an internal adjuster as well which is neat.
Crackajack
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13 Mar 2021 13:29
generic_guy wrote: Failsworth do one
https://landmarkstores.com/products/failsworth-cotton-reversiblel-bucket-for-men-in-stone?variant=37637661819061&gclid;=CjwKCAiA4rGCBhAQEiwAelVti5RGOzJgySCdbmXctmNszuJh0Ercq6_c9kqq8mNWuJDeF2vKTA4dSxoChYUQAvD_BwE
They do have a UK factory but I can find specific details, one site did suggest everything was made in Manchester though.

I think the problem is a simple hat won't be made in UK by UK companies like Failsworth or Olney just their more expensive ones.