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You can still get them . Barbour , Belstaff etc and cheap versions .  Had plenty in my days beating ( you know , get through were you cant stuff )  Northumbria  Barbour jacket . Would not want one now as I don' fight my way through bramble .

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thanks stubby if i remember right thats wot i had with the fur lining you can take out ! like a fool left it in celler went mouldy after about a year [could cry ] leant more sence re brambles lol thanks mate mate stay safe r.

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22 minutes ago, kcstevens said:

Ordered one off of eBay about an hour ago emoji16.png. I'm 30 in a few months so feel I'm allowed emoji16.png

I've got one that must be older than @Stubby, it does a job, but it stinks of damp all the time.

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I remember my Dad getting a Northumbria back in the ‘70’s.

It was the most expensive item of clothing on the planet at the time (this was before fashion was invented).

We must have had a good year!

Bloody good coat, he had it for a few decades.

 

I think the simple truth is better stuff has come along since.

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29 minutes ago, felixthelogchopper said:

Mate, that's no way to talk about Stubby.

The smell of damp, and piss are where you are mistaken here.

 

I can feel a kicking coming on when Stubby wakes up from his evening snooze...

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8 minutes ago, eggsarascal said:

The smell of damp, and piss are where you are mistaken here.

 

I can feel a kicking coming on when Stubby wakes up from his evening snooze...

I bow to your superior knowledge. I had no idea you were such a connoisseur. :lol:

Edited by felixthelogchopper
Bad slelping.
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