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Buying and Selling / Ship John sample Denim
« on: September 05, 2020, 08:57:11 pm »
$110 shipped in the Continental US.

* I am not Intrested in shipping internationally atm but if there is a serious buyer willing to pay shipping and insurance then I am open to the option*

Never worn. Purchased at Shipjohn during their last sample sale. I believe they are constructed with Cone Mills denim.

•Measurements in Inches•
Waist: 18.75
Thigh: 13.375
R rise: 16
F rise: 12.5
Knee: 9.375
Inseam: 35
Hem: 8








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Buying and Selling / 888sOD tag 36
« on: June 18, 2020, 06:25:02 pm »
$280 free shipping in Con US.
*I’m not that Intrested in shipping internationally atm. But if there is a serious buyer willing to pay shipping and insurance then I may be open to it.*

I bought these in January and have only worn them maybe a dozen times. I sized them wrong and they are too big :(

They are unaltered and in great condition.

Thanks for looking!

Measurements in inches:
Waist: 18.5
Thigh: 13.75
R rise: 16.75
F rise: 13.5
Knee: 10
Inseam: 36
Hem: 8.75




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Buying and Selling / Filson chambray- XL
« on: January 06, 2020, 12:31:10 am »
SOLD





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Buying and Selling / Wilderness Rucksack - Tanner Goods
« on: January 06, 2020, 12:07:05 am »
Tanner Goods
Lightly used wilderness rucksack
These are made in Portland, Oregon
And currently unavailable.

$180 shipped in the con US.

Retail is $350

*For international buyers I will split the shipping. Any other fees are your responsibility*

**offers always welcome

Here’s the product page:

https://www.tannergoods.com/products/wilderness-rucksack-1?_pos=4&_sid=17b117830&_ss=r




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Buying and Selling / Pointer Brand Selvedge chore coat - size L
« on: December 30, 2019, 11:10:39 pm »
This is a Cone Mills selvedge denim version of the LC. King MFG. chore coat. Formerly known as Pointer Brand.
There were only a few runs of these and they are currently out of stock!

This is a great coat!
Minimal signs of wear
Raw and unwashed

$100 Shipped in the US
**Always open to offers**

*for International buyers I’ll split the shipping with you. Any other fees are your responsibility.

PayPal Friends & Family only.
No returns

Measurements in Inches

         P2P: 24.75
Shoulder: 22.75
    Sleeve: 25.5
        Cuff: 5.25
   Length: 28.5
 Opening: 25.5






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Buying and Selling / Filson Tin cloth Cruiser- Large
« on: December 30, 2019, 05:09:55 pm »
This item is no longer available!

Traded with [mention]den1mhead [/mention]
        Thanks!





 P2P: 25.5
Shoulder: 20
    Sleeve: 26.5
        Cuff: 5.25
   Length: 29.25
Opening: 24.75





I wore the same jacket (different size) while working on the Railroad for 4 winters.
Pictures for contrast.... I’m keeping this one.
Tin cloth has some serious patina potential!




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Other Brands and Shops / M.Crow
« on: November 24, 2019, 04:59:39 pm »
Has anyone here heard of M.Crow?

Here is a little history of the company from their website:


M. Crow & Co. is the 107 year old general store in Lostine, Oregon, population 200. It's nestled in the remote Wallowa valley in northeastern Oregon, where I grew up.  Wallowa county is made up of only six thousand people and has no stoplights.  M. Crow was opened by the Crow family who, along with my great great grandparents, were among the first few dozen families to settle the valley in the late 1800's.  The Crow family tenaciously ran the store for 107 years.  In 2012, I purchased the store to prevent its closure and the loss of an iconic memory of my childhood.  I was raised in the very rural northeastern corner of Oregon.  When I was five years old, my grandmother gave me her sewing machine for my birthday - a shiny black Singer.  I made bad pants and stuffed animals and my mom taught me to sew a blind stitch by hand to close the stuffing holes.  It was probably only one or two summers, but I feel like I spent years following my mom around sewing, canning, stripping furniture, digging behind old homesteads looking for antique bottles, making pottery, candles and even learning how to sweep.  By 10, I ran a trap line and tanned mink and raccoon fur, built go-carts, bombs and even unsuccessfully tried to steam-bend homemade snow shoes.  My brother and I turned our BB guns into 12 gauge shotguns using an adaptor we made out of simple pipe fittings (instructions available on the web store). Making things blew my mind; materials, shapes, colors and mechanics.  Back then I had this recurring fantasy of wanting to make everything in my life that I used or needed.  I mean everything… from toothpaste, to furniture and clothing, to plates and record players.  As an adult, I became a painter and sculptor and then eventually a furniture designer and builder, founding BDDW in the late 90's.  Along the way, I dabbled in music, fashion, metal-smithing, ceramics, carpentry and architecture – along with dozens of side interests like bee-keeping and micro-brewing.  M. Crow is an awkward collision of all my hobbies and interests and an outlet for fulfilling that childhood fantasy.  I am basically making from scratch the things I want or need and making extras and trying to sell them.

M. Crow is also interesting to me on more pragmatic levels; rural economic development is a passion of mine as is the heritage of my hometown.  I have designed many of the products around locally gathered materials because my ultimate goal is to make the products there (currently, I make the products in my Philadelphia studio).  I would like to thank the generations of the Crow family for keeping the store alive for over a hundred years and giving me this opportunity.  I hope to do you proud.

- TYLER HAYS



I grew up visiting Wallowa county with my family and visiting M.crow was always one of my favorite things to do. Tyler has a crazy vision and he builds some things that are borderline ridiculous, and some things that are outright genius!

A few items I’ve had my eyes on for quite some time are his furniture makers jeans and the High laker boot by fiat.

Here’s a link to the jeans:

https://mcrowcompany.com/products/copy-of-jeans?variant=44178542339



Here’s a link to the boots:


https://mcrowcompany.com/collections/men/products/bddw-high-laker-boot?variant=31321305972822




Here’s a few pictures of the original M. Crow in Lostine, OR from my most recent visit. It was just renovated to include a pizza kitchen and small radio studio.




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Buying and Selling / Small IHSH-137 blue check 10oz mini harringbone
« on: November 23, 2019, 09:28:27 pm »
SOLD

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Looking to trade or sell my brand new without tags XXL 62 ind for your XL-XXL work shirt.

Whatchu got??

Measurements are consistent with site:
https://www.ironheart.co.uk/shirting/ihsh-62-ind.html?search_query=62&results=4

 


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Buying and Selling / IH633SII size 38
« on: July 06, 2018, 05:12:27 pm »
SOLD

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Tell us all, What You've Got / Brock
« on: March 26, 2017, 11:29:46 am »
Jeans:

IH666XHS (38) Fade Traded
IH634DD (38)
SEXIH633SII (38)
PIH5DCT (38)

Shirts:

IHSH - 99 (XXXXL)
IHSH - 136 (XL) x 2
IHSH - 62 ind (XXL)
IHSH - 96 ind (XXXL)
IHSH - 127 GB (XXL)
IHSH - 101 PB (XXL)
IHSH - 101 TG (XXL)
IHSH - 104 (XXL)
IHSH - 221 (XXL)
IHSH - 225 (XXL)
IHSH - 208 IND (XXL)
IHSH - 230 MUS (XXL)
IHSH - 92 BRN (XXL)
IHSH - 238 BLK (XXXL)
IHSH - 156 Burg (XXXL)

Cut and sewn:

IHC-06
IHC-15
IHF - 2018 (XXL)
IHSW - 10 BK (XXL)

Last edit : 1/6/20


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Other Brands and Shops / Grease Point Workwear
« on: January 26, 2017, 12:16:19 am »
Has anyone ever bought anything from Amos at Grease Point workwear? He is a one man show in Seattle Wa. And his clothing looks amazing! Full of detail and craftsmanship! Anyway, I couldn't find a thread in here about it so I thought I'd start one... start fading his jeans people!! I'm so close to buying everything in his shop right now!!

Check it out here:
http://www.greasepointworkwear.com



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The Resource Centre / IH 666 XHS
« on: September 11, 2015, 12:37:20 am »
I'm new to IH and this forum. and I'm thinking about buying some IH666XHS. My measurements are closest the the size 38. I'm not planning on soaking them or washing them unless absolutely necessary. My question is, on this heavy of a fabric to most people buy their true size? Or size up? Or down? How much do they stretch of any? I don't have much experience with heavy weight denim so any advice would be much appreciated!
Thanks!

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