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What are the most durable brands /fa/? If price was no issue,

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What are the most durable brands /fa/?

If price was no issue, and I was trying to purchase the essentials (socks, underwear, colored tshirts, pants, sweaters, jacket) what brands should I look at? What will last me the longest and get me the most bang for my buck?

Obviously the clothes should look good and fit well, i'm not trying to walk around in military surplus cargo pants and the like.
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>>12139449
L.L. Bean.

This is mostly due to their outstanding customer service. If a garment because damaged, they will either fix it, or replace it entirely.

I think they call it a life time warranty but it is only 100 years. This is what I've heard anyways.

Anyways, their shit holds up, so you probably won't even need to send an article of clothing back to them.
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>>12139449

wrangler,carhartt,timberland.........its all going to be workwear stuff and extremely ugly if not tailored
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>>12139457
Thanks m8 I'll check into em
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>>12139460
Can I have them tailored before purchase? Or do I have to go to a third party?
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>>12139463

third party its pretty cheap
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>>12139449
Y O H J I Y A M A M O T O. socks are overpriced though, underwear are non existent.
My yohji collection ranges from the 80s to present day and this shit holds up.
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Duluth Trading Company is worthy of mention here.
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>>12140003
it's just Carhartt for poorbois
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>>12140035
Never wore Carhartt, but look at their site. Prices seem about the same as Duluth.
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>>12140095
I live across the street from the Duluth Trading flagship store
the sales are aight but I wish they made more stuff in America....that's honestly what bothers me about the place
I've only bought their boxers
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