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Thanks for the info .

I do see the weird pattern piece at the front .

Re-worked just like a custom one eh???

Funny world .

Rj tricks .

I am glad you liked my vest .

It looks like you had fun last weekend !!!!

 

owen


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Thanks for the info .

I do see the weird pattern piece at the front .

Re-worked just like a custom one eh???

Funny world .

Rj tricks .

I am glad you liked my vest .

It looks like you had fun last weekend !!!!

 

owen

 

Owen,

 

Yes, was quite a good tailoring work, almost as good as our friend from Oakland. I was interested to buy this shirt, but a very aware french member of this forum, after few researches of the CIB award, told me that the shirt was put together. Finally, I'm happy to not waste my money (and in the same time, know the true nature of RJ)

 

I just let some of my camo sets see the summer sun last weekend, I'm glad you liked the displays

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From your pictures it looks like your cousins in Amercia fed you well on your holidays !!!!!

 

 

 

owen

 

not my cousins, but New Orleans Cajun food :D

 

Yes, this set is one of my favorite, early tiger in Asian cut (just covered pockets but without pleat). The black thick stripes look really spectacular

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You do have the matching trousers ?

 

Owen,

 

Here is a close up of the shirt I wore. As you can see there no pleats on the pockets. The matching pants could be a classic Asian cut pants (5 pockets) with 2 buttons on esach cargo or rear pocket

 

The pics of the post 303 is in classic pattern, I got the matching pants last month (see few posts above, 1 or 2 pages before this page)

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If you look back to the pix of me in the Magazine article you will see me wearing a set of this .

This set is one of the most difficult to find ever .

The leg pockets sit out like cartoon pockets !!!!

 

 

owen


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hey guys,

 

what do you think about this pants ?

 

whats the name of this pattern ?

 

 

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Let me ask you a question .

 

 

What does your name mean ?

 

 

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"whats the name of this pattern ?"

 

Tiger stripe!

 

 

hello,

 

i dont know the (old) name of this tiger pattern, maybe you old collectors know the name, so i asked.

 

i think i identify them by RJ book, but i try not to used the name.

 

i got this pants in vietnam in 2008, it must be original, its mint.

 

 

regards

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hello spike,

 

with due respect! dont be cross with me!

 

your old tiger names are to universal, i wondering how you could collected all your tigers with one name called "tigerstripe" for all the different patterns.

 

:)

 

regards

 

 

Spike's reply to you was because, when your comments are read, it sounds like dont't want to understand what these collector's are telling you. Maybe it is because English is not your native language or that people are putting too much emotion into reading what you wrote. Either way, it is not meant to be cross, but more as a educational tool.

One little word of advice with this Forum. The collector's on here will bend over backwards to help everyone. But, if they feel like they are been used or just plain being ignored, they will all just quit responding to your posts. Take these as words of advice, not as a attack towards you.


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Spike's reply to you was because, when your comments are read, it sounds like dont't want to understand what these collector's are telling you. Maybe it is because English is not your native language or that people are putting too much emotion into reading what you wrote. Either way, it is not meant to be cross, but more as a educational tool.

One little word of advice with this Forum. The collector's on here will bend over backwards to help everyone. But, if they feel like they are been used or just plain being ignored, they will all just quit responding to your posts. Take these as words of advice, not as a attack towards you.

 

 

yes, i know that was not an attack to me, but i asked a simple question for the name, so i have not to use RJ's names. thats it.

 

and i dont try to used everybody here.

 

 

i try to get a name to make an entry, because there is something else at my pants, that i would like to share with all tiger collector.

 

 

regards

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yes, i know that was not an attack to me, but i asked a simple question for the name, so i have not to use RJ's names. thats it.

 

and i dont try to used everybody here.

i try to get a name to make an entry, because there is something else at my pants, that i would like to share with all tiger collector.

regards

 

 

 

Hi gimp,

 

I would say that’s a classic Asian cut pattern pants where the black stripes turns to purple when it starts to fade “just in the most cases“(Purple Asian Cut) !!

What makes me a little bit confuse it’s the fact that’s your pans got some double buttons on the small lag pocket !? I never seen this one before especially because the small pocket is on left side as well ????

What ever…

 

Cheers

 

Mike

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Late war varient .

This print comes 2 different ways .

This being the purple fade .

Asian cut .

Tigerstripe .

 

Just like that .

 

Simple .

 

owen


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Late war varient .

This print comes 2 different ways .

This being the purple fade .

Asian cut .

Tigerstripe .

 

Just like that .

 

Simple .

 

owen

 

 

Yes,

 

that’s how the pants it’s looking

 

Just easy !

 

MF

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Late war varient .

This print comes 2 different ways .

This being the purple fade .

Asian cut .

Tigerstripe .

 

Just like that .

 

Simple .

 

owen

 

 

thx owen!!

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Hi gimp,

 

I would say that’s a classic Asian cut pattern pants where the black stripes turns to purple when it starts to fade “just in the most cases“(Purple Asian Cut) !!

What makes me a little bit confuse it’s the fact that’s your pans got some double buttons on the small lag pocket !? I never seen this one before especially because the small pocket is on left side as well ????

What ever…

 

Cheers

 

Mike

 

hey mike,

 

yes, i posted this pics, because i want to share this specially with you guys!!

 

 

take a look to the pants, my cigarett pocket are on the rightside of the leg!!

 

maybe a trailor mistake.

 

 

regrads

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