Friday, October 23

that 4x4x8 look

Carhartt union suit henley. Put that union suit to good use, the one that you got for Christmas a few years ago and never wear (sorry hun). You just need a pair of scissors...
Double-kneed pants from LLBean. Or the pair of older cut Carhartts you scored on ebay...
Lacrosse steel-toed boots.
Vermont belt buckle from Sam at Dorset Custom Furniture.
Ray Bans. The PX crowd will no doubt have a line on better prices, but some kind of eyewear is needed.
Snow & Nealley splitting maul. Made in Maine. I use gloves for stacking the wood rather than the splitting. Don't want to do a comedy wimbledon tennis raquet with that hardware...
BNJ. Bailie Nicol Jarvie is a blended whisky sold by Glenmorangie -in Scotland only as far as I can see (anyone have a line on it here?). Sis declares it "excellent". And cheap too.

The BNJ is for the end of day -not for use while discussing what can we chop next...

4 comments:

vaughn wascovich said...

my good friend joe introduced me to BNJ years ago at sam's liquor in chicago. five bucks a bottle. i thought it was a joke, then i tasted it. i bought a case. i wish i had some now, but i miss my friend joe even more...

Jedd Rose said...

I think you need to do a massive glove post, just for reference material. I'm always trying to find good leather numbers with the drawstring like those, seems like there were a bunch back in the day with a little metal bead on the pull rather than plastic . . . tough to find now.

Horrible Old Man said...

hey thanks for turning me on to Snow & Nealley, hella lot cheaper then the Bruks maul I was gonna ask for for x-mas.

Anonymous said...

Carhartt dungarees used to be a different cut?
My first pair, in 7th grade/ 2000 was a super-slim fit. I always thought it was just a fluke. Even so, it seems like the waists got tighter since around 2007.