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Shopping from the Past: Barbour Solway Jacket

Barbour Solway on cover of 1967/68 catalog (via Thornproof) I stopped receiving Barbour print catalogs several years ago. Browsing the online web shop, I have a hard time tracking the ever shifting Barbour lines (Beacon, Sporting, Gold Label, Heritage, Lifestyle, Ladies, etc). Favorite styles are disappearing behind new Barbours with printed linings, updated silhouettes and …

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STP Salvage (12/4/09)

by Lesli Larson Here are some recent Filson items on offer through Sierra Trading Post (my source for archival imagery of discontinued Barbour, Filson, John Partridge, Gloverall and Beretta). This month, several styles of waxed cotton shelter cloth jackets are on the chopping block. If I were the right size, I’d buy the cotton poplin …

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STP Salvage 5.5.09

Archival clothing excavations from Sierra Trading Post (discontinued items soon to be disappearing from view): Wool Donegal Sweater Keeperwear Quilt Jacket (for Women) New Classic Eskdale Jacket Newfoundland Quilt Vintage Wax Beaufort Linhope Shooting Vest (for Women) Barbour Beauchamp Waterproof Country Tweed Pullover John Partridge Linchfield Vest John Partridge Tuareg Hooded Jacket John Partridge Rhino …

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STP Salvage: Barbour and John Partridge

Archival clothing excavations from Sierra Trading Post (discontinued and close-out items soon to be disappearing from view). Wool Donegal Sweater Keeperwear Quilt Jacket (for Women) New Classic Eskdale Jacket Newfoundland Quilt Vintage Wax Beaufort Linhope Shooting Vest (for Women) Barbour Beauchamp Waterproof Country Tweed Pullover John Partridge Linchfield Vest John Partridge Tuareg Hooded Jacket John …

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Archival Salvage

One of the main projects of this blog is to create an online visual archive of what I would consider “near vintage” American outdoor clothing & European country clothing. My sources are online catalogs, Japanese websites, flickr, motion pictures, other blogs, direct visual documentation and my own personal archive of clothing, bags, catalogs, and related …

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