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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby soko » Mon Aug 18, 2014 4:21 pm

Not exactly a rare or super unique piece, but I got a german army jacket from the mid 90s a while back. It would fit a medium/large, but I'm giving it away indefinitely so feel free to cannibalize it and use the fabric for something else if you want. Shipping is expensive from Canada, so if you're in the country thats even better.
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Also have a pointer chorecoat in xs but idk who'd want that
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby stappard_ » Tue Nov 04, 2014 4:25 pm

Yo @CleanThug have you found a new home for the jacket yet



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ace! :sweg:
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby sknss » Tue Nov 04, 2014 5:04 pm

tbt to when maj's shirt was holidaying with me
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby alby » Thu Nov 06, 2014 12:44 am

Yo, hope this is still a thing.

I have no idea how to wear the EG shirt that Jrisk sold me, and I don't really want to sell it, but I figure it'd be cool if someone wanted to trade for something for a bit, or wanted to take it.

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this is the shirt in question. Size medium.
Hit me up because this is fun and not enough people are doing it!

Edit: Traded! People should use this more it seems fun. Get a trade-train going.
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby harmsalmon » Thu Nov 06, 2014 8:56 am

I wish I had any clothing cool enough to trade :(
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby can- » Thu Nov 06, 2014 5:53 pm

i have the EG bush shirt and i feel like a fucking boob in it
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby bels » Thu Nov 06, 2014 5:56 pm

I could work that bush shirt due to my brown heritage. Doubt I'd fit a medium though unless it's slim fit (which it doesn't look like it is)
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby can- » Thu Nov 06, 2014 5:57 pm

you can prob fit in my extra large.
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby bels » Thu Nov 06, 2014 6:00 pm

You could probably pull it off if you stand next to me whilst you're wearing it.
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby nick » Thu Nov 06, 2014 6:03 pm

Lets all chip together to buy some communal long shirts, so we can get our urges to wear man dresses then never touch them again.

That being said I own and love the combi vest from this season, so I'm convinced that if I can pull off the man skirt, the man dress is the next step. One on Rakuten haunts me ...
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby tomsfood » Thu Nov 06, 2014 8:10 pm

Hello y'all, I have a few things I don't really wear that much but don't really feel like going through the effort of selling or getting rid of. Actual things you may be interested in are below, with random things from the Johnson Creek Premium Outlets spoilered that you probably don't want but maybe you do who am I to judge I don't live in your head (yet). I suppose if you really really really wanted to buy any of these things I probably wouldn't mind but that's not really the point of this thread, if you're interested, try before you buy I suppose! Also if you are around Boston and want to pick it up in person that would be nice as well, no postage yadda yadda.

Message me if you have any interest in anything, the clothing is doing no good sitting in my dresser!

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APC SWEATSHIRT - SIZE MEDIUM
Lightweight, fun subtle print, would wear this more if it was a size larger cuz for some reason i no longer like clothes that actually fit idk. Perhaps you are a cheeky shirt fellow like @nick and want to diversify into cheeky sweatshirts, in which case this is a perfect opportunity!

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UNBRANDED 121s - SIZE 29
What were once @bouquet's are now mine and can be yours. If you are a Canadian (or possibly Minnesotan) that is gearing up to endure a hard, cold winter these may be the perfect jeans. They may also be bulletproof idk. I still like them I just have so many pants that I don't wear plain jeans much these days (and lets be real I just want to use you for fades).

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AMERICAN APPAREL CUFFED PANTS - SIZE 29
Boring dark navy cuffed pants from American Apparel that I bought because I thought I didn't have any navy pants then realized I have my gap outlet cords that I love plus they're a bit short to be comfortable. Nice pants though, will fit a true 29 nice.

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ENGINEERED GARMENTS x GAP OUTLET JACKET - SIZE S
Not actually EG, but you knew that. This was a jacket that was once brown and patchless and now it is blue and patched. Own a piece of @tomsfood history today!
SPECIAL CONDITION: you must add some sort of additional feature (sling, patches, pockets, embroidery, etc.) if you want this

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GAP OUTLET VEST - SIZE (WOMEN'S) LARGE
That's right, now you too can have a place to store your smarties while on the go. Best for a small/medium in mens.

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GAP OUTLET x BARBOUR - SIZE SMALL
Jacket is pretty warm, never wear it anymore cause olive is the devil. Works best for XS/S.

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GAP OUTLET BLAZER - SIZE XS
Best for a true XS, will work for an S if you want that slim cropped look. Fully lined and surprisingly warm. Interior pocket.

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NIKE "IF A WINDBREAKER WAS AN AIRPORT JACKET" WINDBREAKER - SIZE S
Definitely best for XS maybe S if you like your fits very slim. Lots of pockets (one on back with 3M zipper as well) and stowable hood. Good at breaking the wind for ya, not thick enough to do anything else.

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NIKE ZIP CUFF TRACK PANTS - SIZE IDK WILL PROBABLY FIT ANYWHERE FROM 29-32 WAIST
Zipper cuffs, mesh lined, elastic drawstring waist, NIKE branding, light gray color, these are some sweet pants. Actually don't know why I don't wear them more, huh.
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby coldomatic » Tue Nov 11, 2014 5:08 am

I have this varsity jacket Image Image
from BBC Ice Cream. It's a small but fits like a medium. So it's quite big for me and it has been sitting in my closet for the past 2 or 3 years..
if anyone's interested, just contact me and you can have it!
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby tomsfood » Sun Nov 16, 2014 1:23 am

@missrowan you should have just asked @bhajz for it, he's the one who has it right now!
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby bhajz » Sun Nov 16, 2014 1:33 am

Rowan I'll trade you for that Christmas sweater >(smiling)
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby yourdad » Sun Nov 16, 2014 10:32 pm

@alby graciously lent me his EG shirt and so I spent last night trying to figure out how to wear it. It's not slim like other EG shirts I've come across and the length really accentuated my wide hips. My solution was to wear it with my Workaday fatigues and put a long vest over the shirt. I topped it off with a floral scarf from ss12. Next time, I'll probably ditch the patterned scarf and just wear a thicker cream coloured wool scarf. I might roll the pants a bit too. If anyone has any suggestions on how else to wear it, I'd love to hear them.

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edit: the vest is from uniqlo back in 2010
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby nevergreen » Mon Nov 17, 2014 8:13 pm

i've had this frapbois shirt for a while and haven't done a lot with it. if anyone wants to try to play with it it's all theirs. tagged size small but it's way oversized purposely except for shoulders
shoulders: 16.75"
chest: 21"
length (from collar down): 32"
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby BIGBEE » Sun Feb 22, 2015 5:43 pm

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Size XL I'D LOVE TRADES IN COOL STUFF THANKS XOXOXO :woop:
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby Iliam » Wed Apr 22, 2015 7:35 am

i will lend any clothes that i own.
if you see me, ask me, and i'll say yes.
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby nick » Wed Apr 22, 2015 1:51 pm

Does @yourdad still have that EG long shirt? I would really like to experiment w/ that - I'll let you play w/ one of my EG garms in return (please be gentle ;) )
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby BIGBEE » Wed Apr 22, 2015 2:17 pm

http://www.grailed.com/users/myitems/68 ... -p-sweeney


trades for anything in my grailed drobe
shoes would be cool in ~size 10~ also blazers in whatever fits size small
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby meatjacket » Mon Apr 27, 2015 11:39 pm

boring but

i have some white/white superstars that are too small for me and never sold

8.5 white/white superstars (just pay shipping) and theyre yours to travel the world in! Summer coming soon and i've alway got an emergency pair of white shoes in case you need them
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby wax » Wed Apr 29, 2015 7:40 am

I'd like to put up a few things

this XS Gitman shirt:

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plus a few other shirts for the discerning midgets among us

also I have this hat

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you could have this hat, upon request.
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby finolino » Wed Apr 29, 2015 8:17 am

since it's summer and these are big to the point where i have to wear really thick socks with them, my yellow cons are up for loaning. first come first serve, pay for shipping and they're yours!

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here they are six months ago, of course now they've got dirt stains on the soles and denim stains on the top. if you want any current detail shots just pm me
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby finolino » Wed Apr 29, 2015 2:59 pm

size 10.5, my mistake^^^

will probably fit someone who's 11-11.5 in regular cons
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby meatjacket » Mon Jun 15, 2015 2:29 pm

i cant fix up the hole in these bc my sewing machine is down

would love to pass this along, only rule is that you've gotta add something to it! (embroidery, pen drawing, patch, hole, whtever!)

Old Navy x Meatpants Size 30x30?

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cool straight leg fit, gr8 for summer. Ship anywhere in US for free!
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby pk! » Mon Jun 15, 2015 6:49 pm

Heyo, I've got these neat vintage shoes in which I don't want to sell but also don't want to donate - leaving the only reasonable option being to pass them on personally.
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Leather is really cool, it was definitely polished and well taken care of quite well before they landed in my hands. Subtle ripple wedge sole, great last shape, cool burnished patina. Since my acquisition they've suffered a few small nicks, but nothing crazy. They're labeled as 8.5 but I believe it might be EU sizing since they're just a little too tight on my US10 feet.

Pay for shipping and they're yours. Preferably CONUS, but I guess if you're paying, I'll figure it out.
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby blanket » Mon Sep 07, 2015 9:47 pm

hello friends

you may have noticed @ynnrz wearing this nice jacket
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it's a size 42 kapital century denim jacket a few of us bought about 4 months ago to send around the world. ynnrz and I have had it for two months each. It has really lovely sashiko denim (surprisingly stiff) and cute kapital buttons. here is the jacket and i hanging out by the lake

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everyone who gets the jacket has to sign it and add something to it!! here's what's been done so far
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ynnrz put a bottle cap collection, a surprisingly handy doorstopper and a pool aoyama pin in/on one of the pockets (i've contributed a ginger beer cap to the bottle cap collection)
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I added a bit of embroidery and a crappy heckawheel fanclub pin
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there's lots of space on the jacket for more care-friends to leave their mark. i hope it can travel all over the world and visit lots of new places and meet new people!

the jacket is on its way to @heck a wheel as i type :-)
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Re: Foreign exchange program

Postby can- » Tue Sep 08, 2015 1:43 am

^ that embroidery is so cool

I have bedwin shorts for a sz34/35 (Sz"5"). they look like trunks but are mostly cotton so not necessarily a great swim short. would love for someone to wear these. (NWT)

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Re: Loans

Postby meatjacket » Wed Sep 23, 2015 3:47 pm

Got a pair of semi beat up pair of cherry docs (1461) size 9 (fits 9-9.5) if anyone wants to paint them or whatever

just pay shipping and theyre yours

theyre gone :-( donated them about two months ago
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Re: Loans

Postby blanket » Sat Dec 12, 2015 2:49 am

rumour has it hooliganawheel is a month late to post a fit with the kapital jacket a couple of posts above because the jacket is quot. "like this is my size if i wore normal clothes fitted" and not xxxxxl

shame on u lad. here is some ınspo for u if u are still struggling
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please send it to mikey asap thank u xo
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