Got some interesting traditional angler's clothing you want to talk about.
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Couldn't resist these, I'm fortunate enough to have a "proper" old school gentleman's outfitter near me, staff all have tape measures around there necks, you get the picture.
Not exactly cheap but I couldn't help myself:
I think my tweed collection is now complete......probably
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Very nice. You can't beat a bit of Harris Tweed.
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They remind me of my Dads driving gloves.
Very nice Paul. Or should that be "Oh, suits you Sir"
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I love tweed Paul, I think its timeless and classic. I have a few Harris Tweed jackets that I air every so often.
Very nice, which side do you wear your gloves?!
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Very nice indeed! Are they lined with leather or some other cloth?
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Very traditional, I like them a lot!
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