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    Posted: 13 hours 56 minutes ago at 10:53pm
x2! Nice layering!
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Peacoat looks great with the McCoys jacket.
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SUNDAY WEAR

MF, reql mc coy, strike gold, redwings


its been so long pals....... good to be back
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Fishing? Spelunking? Ghostbusting?  Or just testing flashlights and gag-worthy breakfast ideas?
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Good idea Doc and I'm sure you'll remember the light is actually a by-product of the heat emitted from the child, so it's 2 for the price of 1. We all know that Ready Brek is 'central heating for kids'!
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Great stuff 00.
Maybe it's time you introduced him to 'Readybrek for kids'?
Just in case the lego batman beam fails, a bowl of (1970's) Rb will light you up like a pair of Sellafield overalls!
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Me- RMC, PHD, RMC, Woolpower, RMC, Woolpower, Woolpower, Dunlop
Soul-boy- Many... many, layers



You know when your kid starts to take a bit more responsibility for their own well being? you can say to them "don't forget a decent torch" in confidence that they wont end up in out in the wild with a Lego Batman whose feet light up


Can't you...?
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^ yeah we'll have to bump that thread for sure. I'm confident that with a couple washes and a few months of use I'll be able to rock the single cuff though, same thing happened to me with another pair of jeans already...
Of course I've chosen the length to keep Inoue's hem, and don't even consider to chop them off... At the worse I'll just keep the folded cuff going, it's not that bad.
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^^Me too, id rather see a nicely fitting cheap N1 than a poorly fitted expensive one.

They'll roll a bit easier when the denim softens up, has everyone chosen their finished inseam length in order to get Inoue's chainstich hem? I know i would!

Time to bump Cuffology...?
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^ also, with a longer rise than anticipated, and few suspending, approx. 2-3cm has effectively been added to most inseams... so cuffing strategies may being revised on the hoof

edit: i believe most have indeed chosen inseam for inoue finished crinkled hem: so a bit quandried


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