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My offering...



The best one by far is the top one which my wife very kindly had made for me from loads of pics i'd downloaded over the years. Many of them from the Superfuture 'cool distressed denim' thread.


Edited by Mr Black - 09 Mar 2012 at 4:13am
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your wife is amazing...
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I'll tell her you said that :)

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Great stuff Mr. Black Thumbs Up.
Used to have the 'Jeans' and the 'Denim' mooks, but they easily fell apart at the spines - did you experience this?  Maybe mine were badly stored :(
What is the 'Boon Vintage' mag like? I have the 'extra' vol 1 & 4, but wondered what the vintage one had in it?  Years ago (1990?) a friend who used to run a shop in the Kenny market had several of the usual monthly Boon mags - loved them as they were the only pictorial evidence of really early Lee's and Levi's.
Weren't you gonna send me a PDF of the top one?
 
(plus...more pics of your beautifull 'Lambo' on the bikes thread if you dont mind Tongue)
 
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Great reference for early horsehide jackets.


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I've not found them to fall apart. I treat them very gently though. I'm (she) is working on a way of sharing the PDFs of the book. Currently you have to be logged in with her username to be able to access. There must be a way round it but we've not got there yet. I'll stick up some pics of the mook and also more of my lammy shortly.
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Dr heech- sent you a PM with a link to view a pageturner. You can download a PDF of the book or even order yourself a softback/hardback version but obviously you'd need to pay Blurb for those options.

If anyone else wants this link, just let me know

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I would like that link too :)
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Originally posted by Mr Black Mr Black wrote:

Dr heech- sent you a PM with a link to view a pageturner. You can download a PDF of the book or even order yourself a softback/hardback version but obviously you'd need to pay Blurb for those options.

If anyone else wants this link, just let me know

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Got it, many thanks Mr Black - and kudos for the scooter pix!
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Originally posted by Azzaspec Azzaspec wrote:

For some reason I've got a hard time spending $25+ for a magazine.



Grow a sack. You wanna play with the big boys you gotta pay like the big boys. Just kidding.   I feel like if you've seen one lightning magazine you've seen them all. I get bored looking at them. If you're gonna get a lightning mag, though, you gotta get the "denim & work style" one. It has a pic of one stylish dude.;)
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