vintage men’s clothing

Vintage Motorcycle Boots – Cafe Racer Style, Wolverine, Deadstock

Vintage Motorcycle Boots – Cafe Racer Style, Wolverine, Deadstock Cafe racer style is always in fashion when it comes to effortless cool style. Old store stock vintage 1960s Wolverine black leather motorcycle boots feature a square toe in a simple pull-on style. All leather except for insole, with leather stitched sole. Snappy cafe racer style [...]

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Old Jeans – Still Captivating: 1940s Vintage Levi Jacket 506XX

Old Jeans – Still Captivating: 1940s Vintage Levi Jacket 506XX Antique jeans, old jeans, the really special vintage denim – regardless of your semantics of choice, these pieces remain sought-after condensed time capsules of Americana. This vintage 1940s denim Levi’s 506XX buckle-back jacket is just such an example. From the truly antique jeans to the [...]

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Vintage Aviator Helmet By Scully Brothers

Vintage Aviator Helmet By Scully Brothers Aviator helmets from the early days of flight are not only hard to find, but difficult to find in the excellent condition of this post- WW1 and pre- WW2 era vintage aviator helmet by Scully Bros. Early 20th Century leather flying helmet for air mail carriers dates by patent [...]

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Vintage Art Deco Cufflinks Kum-a-Part Store Stock 7 Pairs

Vintage Art Deco Cufflinks Kum-a-Part Store Stock 7 Pairs Seven pairs of unsold Art Deco Kum-a-Part cufflinks still in their original store display easel (easel last patent date 1924). Art deco fashion for the gents wouldn’t be complete without the finishing touch of the perfect cufflinks, such as these vintage Kum-a-Part cufflinks. All with mother-of-pearl [...]

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Vintage Clothing, Literary Devices, & Duckie

Vintage Clothing, Literary Devices, & Duckie Characters who wear vintage clothing are usually a cliche: it’s boilerplate shorthand for someone who’s edgy, “alternative”, maybe a bit arty. It’s no longer an accurate shortcut to defining a character. It’s limiting and lazy. I don’t consider myself edgy or alternative, but I’d accept arty, since that is [...]

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