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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote belopsky Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 Nov 2019 at 9:35am
Yes, Matt makes good ones too!
I used to have one of his. I like the tooling on theirs but that price.yikes.
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One more Denimbro for the list. John at Vintage Engineer Boots VEB makes an excellent studded belt using CXL & high quality hardware.
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See, i told you it was like the ending to Infinity War...my 'Edit' function has now turned to dust..
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I have a question. I was wondering about my vintage Pendleton whether if I leave the sleeves as they are, extend them with a plaid fabric, or make them short sleeved ?
Chest wise, they fit perfectly, but it looks really ridiculous when the sleeves aren't rolled up. Tongue


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Bob Dale Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 Nov 2019 at 2:19pm
Pendletons are notoriously inconsistent with fitting. 

I'd say leave them as is, and maybe trade them/sell them and find one that you are more pleased with.

That's my 2 cents. 
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Originally posted by Bob Dale Bob Dale wrote:

Pendletons are notoriously inconsistent with fitting. 

I'd say leave them as is, and maybe trade them/sell them and find one that you are more pleased with.

That's my 2 cents. 

Ah I see! I can now see the notoriety, it is labeled as size M but the sleeves seem like XS in length or even kid size. Confused I got this more than a year ago on eBay. I think I will keep it anyways since this wool shirt saved me from the cold weather when i was in London a week ago.

Thanks for the info, Bob!
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Maybe chop the sleeves and turn it into a shortsleeve?

I've never personally been in a situation that required a warm-but-short-sleeved option but short-sleeve sweats seem to sell well so who knows!
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Originally posted by Iron Horse Iron Horse wrote:

Maybe chop the sleeves and turn it into a shortsleeve?

I've never personally been in a situation that required a warm-but-short-sleeved option but short-sleeve sweats seem to sell well so who knows!


That was my first thought when I wore this again. And the idea itself is quite funky to have a short-sleeved warm shirt.
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make it a flannel vest or short sleeve, wear a henley underneath
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