Menswear: The where can I get this from? thread


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haithurimshay
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1105 posts since 27/3/11

22 Jun 2022 00:06
engineered garments is great for those
snaye
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11109 posts since 24/10/02

22 Jun 2022 06:28
gawkrodger wrote: After a black chore/baker/work jacket (I think ideally in cord).

Comme do one frequently which I like and have nearly picked up a few times in the past but don't seem to have at the mo, and just missed out on a Yohji one on grailed.

I'm sure all the workwear companies must do them. Any recs?

Comoli have a nice one this season (black denim not cord)

https://www.shopneighbour.com/products/comoli-mens-denim-work-jacket-black?variant=39609129271367#

The Evan Kinori 3 pocket always comes in black and has come in cord before (keep an eye on grailed)

https://www.evankinori.com/shop/three-pocket-jacket-belgian-butcher-linen

Or you could get one made here in UK

https://www.old-town.co.uk/collections/product/products/medway

Crackajack
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8200 posts since 21/4/05

22 Jun 2022 07:22
^good post Cool

max37
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posted 22 Jun 2022 09:08, edited 22 Jun 2022 09:08
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Crackajack
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22 Jun 2022 09:55
gawkrodger wrote: After a black chore/baker/work jacket (I think ideally in cord).

Comme do one frequently which I like and have nearly picked up a few times in the past but don't seem to have at the mo, and just missed out on a Yohji one on grailed.

I'm sure all the workwear companies must do them. Any recs?

https://www.endclothing.com/gb/arpenteur-adn-work-jacket-arp-adnworkjkt-bk.html
generic_guy
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10230 posts since 16/9/02

22 Jun 2022 10:42
Vetra are quite decent
https://www.flatspot.com/products/vetra-no-5-corduroy-workwear-jacket-overdyed-black?variant=40317760864436&gclid;=CjwKCAjw-8qVBhANEiwAfjXLrmIrrflBp1DcDraNBpZGYhflAFy_I2KSiCj-SPnZDh8MS8n68V-ZJxoCqRYQAvD_BwE
gawkrodger
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7695 posts since 4/11/08

23 Jun 2022 18:48
Cheers all, really helpful, especially Snaye's contribution!
eazypz
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3679 posts since 16/4/10

posted 23 Jun 2022 20:49, edited 23 Jun 2022 20:49
Where can I get a decent boonie like this from?
Doesn’t need to be branded, just decent quality.

snaye
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11109 posts since 24/10/02

posted 23 Jun 2022 21:49, edited 23 Jun 2022 21:49
Goldwin - https://eushop.goldwin-sports.com/products/gm92183

Snow Peak - https://snowpeak.co.uk/collections/accessories/products/ac-21au007

Nonnative - https://coverchord.com/en/products/vnn-h4108?variant=41666195095743

Also try other outdoors brands Comfy Outdoor Garments, Cayl, And Wander might start getting a bit Gandalf though.

Other standard outdoorsy will no doubt do one Barbour, Arcteryx Karrimor. Depends on what material you want etc.
chicagojoe
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181 posts since 1/5/16

23 Jun 2022 22:19
https://www.511tactical.com/5-11-boonie-hat.html?queryID=09dada6cdbf3a93eeb7ad199c90417bf&objectID;=205326&indexName;=magento2_productiondefault_products

I have this. It is excellent might be hard to get in the UK though
Fläsket
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4002 posts since 14/8/04

24 Jun 2022 15:50
Montbell do some good ones in a wide range of fabric options.
If you want traditional, Tilley is the way to go. Gawk endorsed as well!
I picked up an Arcteryx Sinsola and it's my go to now. Synthetic materials, really lightweight and the brim holds up to wind.
Kingmob07
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9209 posts since 11/5/07

24 Jun 2022 16:29
gawkrodger wrote: After a black chore/baker/work jacket (I think ideally in cord).

Comme do one frequently which I like and have nearly picked up a few times in the past but don't seem to have at the mo, and just missed out on a Yohji one on grailed.

I'm sure all the workwear companies must do them. Any recs?

https://www.endclothing.com/gb/barena-button-down-overshirt-osu3675-2617-590.html?
haxby
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224 posts since 1/12/12

24 Jun 2022 16:53
Kafka for the boonie

https://www.kafkamercantile.com/uk/item/42199/Cableami/Rip-Stop-Bush-Hat-With-Strap—Navy.html
eazypz
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3679 posts since 16/4/10

24 Jun 2022 19:48
Cheers lads.

Should have specified material, which is light weight ripstop. Shape of the crown needs to be more round instead of a rounded oblong.
Also like the tape around the head and would like a draw string.
Brim needs to be wide enough to have a slight wave in it but not too much to the point I look like an 80 year old gardener.
I'm a fussy fucker Laughing out loud
RickRude
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4202 posts since 13/1/12

posted 25 Jun 2022 13:13, edited 25 Jun 2022 13:13
https://store.arktis.co.uk/collections/headwear/products/v194bts-sf-boonie-hat-black

https://www.military1st.co.uk/10713a-gi-ripstop-bush-hat-black.html

https://www.military1st.co.uk/f550155001-propper-boonie-hat-cotton-ripstop-black.html

https://www.military1st.co.uk/k13041-01-pentagon-babylon-boonie-hat-black.html
jplxx
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2252 posts since 3/11/09

posted 25 Jun 2022 17:59, edited 25 Jun 2022 17:59
https://www.military1st.co.uk/f550155001-propper-boonie-hat-cotton-ripstop-black.html I have this in olive. Broken in and a couple of washes looks great. Looks trash at first but just needs a hot wash for shrinkage and get the new feel out of it. Great on sunny days. https://www.military1st.co.uk/f550155330-propper-boonie-hat-cotton-ripstop-olive.html
eazypz
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3679 posts since 16/4/10

posted 26 Jun 2022 09:50, edited 26 Jun 2022 09:50
Cheers mate, fit pic has sold for me, looks exactly what I’m after Cool

EDIT: Don’t have my size in stock Laughing out loud Need a 7 1/4
NigelBenn
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4778 posts since 6/2/08

28 Jun 2022 16:37
Where is best for cheap Oxford shirts in a classic fit? Uniqlo only do slim fit these days
30-50 pounds tops
generic_guy
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10230 posts since 16/9/02

28 Jun 2022 18:58
If you can get to a Gant outlet they always have decent Oxford shirts in a variety of fits and within your budget.
Slightly over online but this is nice:
https://www.gant.co.uk/regular-fit-pure-prep-garment-dyed-lyocell-shirt-racing-green/3034630-301.html

generic_guy
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10230 posts since 16/9/02

28 Jun 2022 19:00
Obviously I have to mention that TK Maxx always have a variety of RL Oxfords in for £40-50, though plain Oxfords are a little rarer.