For sale

This is the page where I list items I have for sale from my personal collection and also things I’m on the lookout for.

Terms: Payment by PayPal as “Friends and family” (i.e. you pay the PayPal charges). Norwegian buyers can pay by bank transfer or meet me if local. Shipping by airmail at cost. Reckon on 5 pounds for a shirt within Europe, 9 pounds for trousers. Paypal address is the same as the email below. No returns, so please ask enough questions up front.

Note: If the item you’re interested in is still here, it’s very probably still available. If it’s gone, it’s quite definitely gone. Such is life.

Contact me at WellDressedDad(at)

Wanted to buy or trade:

  • Barbour X Norton & Sons St Kildas jacket sz large
  • Mister Freedom sz large/xl/42
  • Yuketen Maine Guide boots, size UK8/Euro42

Deadstock WW2 British Army Tropal coat

A rare piece of history here. Unused condition. Made for the invasion of Norway, but mainly used by the Long Range Desert Group in North Africa. More details on request. Asking 450 pounds, including registered postage (it’s a heavy beast, so shipping alone is around 45 pounds).


1970s Lee 11-Z deadstock jeans


A perfect pair of deadstock Lee 11-Z jeans (described as dungarees, but actually regular jeans). Made in the USA, sanforized denim, size 38×34. Never worn, never hemmed. Awesome for that super-baggy look! Still with the cardboard attached. Triple-stitched legs and Talon 42-zip. Most likely from 1975, going by the “75” on the size label, but could be anywhere from mid-’60s to 70’s something. A similar pair was recently sold in Japan for over 500 pounds. Asking 200 pounds or best offer for these timewarp dungarees. To frame and display or wear!




Vintage Norwegian Norheim Skiing Smock, size medium

Vintage skiing smock/anorak by Norwegian band Norheim. Superb condition. A tiny bit bleached by sun and blizzard on the back, but many miles of quality skiing left in it. Very well constructed with navy blue cotton lining, YKK zips, proper hood and can be closed up everywhere relevant to keep the wind out. Perfect over a good wool sweater. Size medium, P2P measures 25″. Asking 50 pounds for this quality piece.

Original NOS unissued and unused Norwegian army M-43 field jacket, Size 50

Something a bit special here.The first of the modern field jackets, introduced in 1943. This one is stamped1966, never issued, never used, no smells, completely New Old Stock. Stamped “Hæren”, for the Norwegian army. Not a smelly surplus jacket, no one has enjoyed it before you. Equivalent to a Japanese reproduction, but actually a real vintage piece, not something made yesterday. Size 50, consider it a medium. Will measure up the details. Asking 175 pounds for this timewarp piece, a fraction of what a repro made last week costs 😉


Realm & Empire jacket

Splendid jacket by Realm & Empire.  I can’t recall the name, but it’s from SS/16. Used a couple of times, perfect condition. Size large, P2P 23″. Asking 40 pounds.


All items for sale are from my own collection, some carefully used, some forgotten in the closet. Everything I sell should be well described and well taken care of, but feel free to ask questions by mail if you would like further information. Or even make me an offer, OK?

If you’re wondering what the measurement P2P means, this photo illustrates it. Pit to pit, as in armpit to armpit. In inches. Multiply by 2.54 to change to centimetres, multiply by 2 to get a full chest measurement. A 20″ P2P fits a 40″ chest. OK? 🙂

p2p measurement

Terms: Payment by PayPal as a gift (i.e. you pay the PayPal charges). Norwegian buyers can pay by bank transfer or meet me if local. Shipping by airmail at cost. Reckon on 5 pounds for a shirt within Europe, 9 pounds for trousers. Paypal address is the same as the email below. No returns, so please ask enough questions up front.

Note: If the item you’re interested is still here, it’s very probably still available. If it’s gone, it’s quite definitely gone. Such is life.

Contact me at


  • Peter 24/03/2014 at 20:44

    For the future, can you start buying stuff that is far too big please

    • Well Dressed Dad 11/06/2014 at 07:32

      Hard to please everyone! I do have some large stuff lying around though 🙂

    • Einar M. Hay-Hansson 09/01/2015 at 08:11

      Yes, I agree! Have you considered steroids? hehe

      • Well Dressed Dad 09/01/2015 at 08:36

        Buy more and larger stuff, use steroids? Jeez, guys, people say I’m a bad influence but you are much worse! 😉

  • JACK ENGLISH 19/05/2014 at 22:57

    Im trying to buy some button braces there was a great striped pair on your page
    do you have any braces for sale ?

    • Well Dressed Dad 11/06/2014 at 07:30

      Sorry, only a pair of workwear ones currently for sale. Usually a few vintage originals on Etsy or eBay though, or Darcy Clothing in the UK have reasonably prices vintage style reproductions.

  • Garry Worsnop 11/12/2014 at 09:36

    how do i order a pair of The Red Wing 877 Irish Setter welldresseddad size 7 mens

  • Well Dressed Dad 13/02/2015 at 19:40

    Everything on the page, Andrew.

  • Well Dressed Dad 17/05/2015 at 19:16

    Shorts? Full lengde trousers! Send meg en mail på

  • Paul 27/11/2015 at 22:40

    Are there any more of th £65 indigo scarves.cheers

    • Well Dressed Dad 30/11/2015 at 07:50

      There are a couple left! Drop me a mail on the address above!

  • Mario 03/12/2015 at 18:52

    I am interested in the scotch and soda waistcoat in solid blue fabric on this page. Is it still available? In what condition is it? New? Used? What size is it? i need an L ( 50).
    Thank you,

    • Well Dressed Dad 03/12/2015 at 19:09

      Hi Mario, it’s used once, as new condition. It’s marked XL, though fits as L. Measures 22″ p2p.

  • Karin 11/01/2016 at 22:00

    Hi Nick,
    Thank you so much for sending the WDDX1 “indigo borealis” scarf, it arrived ok! The scarf is absolutely amazing – the loveliest indigo colour and the cotton really is as soft as silk! I couldn’t be happier – Thank you!!

    Do you have any more upcoming indigo projects?!

    • Well Dressed Dad 11/01/2016 at 22:12

      Hi Karin, so pleased you like it! I do have a limited number of new patterns sitting here, but no current plans for further projects. A few ideas though! Thanks again 🙂 Nick

  • Paul Miller 09/12/2016 at 18:59

    Bought two nice pieces a couple of months back… Nice easy transaction and shipped to the U.K. Thanks

    • nick 09/12/2016 at 20:23

      Thanks Paul, much appreciated! Glad you liked the pieces!

    • Graeme 03/09/2019 at 21:13

      That Free Rain coat is 👍💪💪💪💪😍

      • nick 04/09/2019 at 05:53

        It’s magnificent, 10/10!

  • dan 29/01/2017 at 21:06

    hi there
    I’d like to buy the Realm & Empire bluest blue work jacket if still available?

    • nick 30/01/2017 at 08:59

      Hi Dan, I replied direct to your email.

  • Lee whittle 13/08/2017 at 23:32

    Any chance of getting some xxl coats espically monitaly pls

    • nick 14/08/2017 at 12:46

      I’m more of a medium/large, so the chance of buying anything xxl is slim (no pun intended!)!

  • Jim Paterson 05/01/2019 at 21:42

    Hi Nick …. I’m interested in the Toast tweed trousers but might do myself some damage trying to get into a 32 waist …. could they be altered to a 34 by doing some fancy stuff with the back seams ? ( I’m sure there’s a proper name for this )

    • nick 05/01/2019 at 21:43

      Hi Jim, they actually measure 34 inches, even though they’re marked 32.

      • Jim Paterson 15/01/2019 at 10:38

        Hi Nick …. Toast tweed trousers beautiful as advertised ( and they even fit !)
        Ta Much

  • grumpyjj 26/07/2019 at 13:16

    hello there,
    just stumled across your blog, great stuff!
    Is the: A Days March ripstop field shirt, sz large
    still available?
    Very interested if so.

  • Lee 14/09/2019 at 22:41

    Hey there. I take it, since here we are in 2019, that you don’t have any scarves left?

    • nick 15/09/2019 at 09:55

      Odd you should mention it, I actually came across the last three the other day. I’ll add photos shortly.

  • Lance 01/02/2021 at 17:58

    Good day sir! Only now discovered your site via the waxing mis/adventure. Thank you!! My spouse was quick to point out that “note the oven was not a heat source!” (I thought my plan w the oven was brilliant frankly) Lololol. Anyway; is the Norwegian red ski anorak still available?? Looking forward to reading much more of your work!

    • nick 01/02/2021 at 17:59

      It certainly is, drop me a mail.


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