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Any sneakerheads who like fugly stuff? Not minty, but well wearable and original laces. Size 9.5 and available. Air Jordan XV from '99
A long 40R, you say? If so, dibs.
Yeah, started seriously losing weight in 2010 and reached my weight goal last fall. Been working on rebuilding strength since.I haven't really been following a pre-set program, my trainer manages that and really focuses on functional strength, so we do quite a bit of lifting, plank standing, metcon-ish stuff and such. Currently just twice a week, but I'm hoping I'll be able to step it up a bit in the near future.
On a totally related, but still offtopic post, I've been working with a friend of mine (who is also a personal trainer) to regain some strength that was lost in the process of going from a body weight of 480 pounds to 220 pounds.Forgive the silly face, but I did a 350 in silver dollar deadlift. New personal best!
So guys, I have a question. Just picked up this pair of used McCallums from a guy here at Styleforum. I wanted to check two things, actually: They were sold as a Ravello color, and I'm sort of curious as to whether they really are Ravello. They seem a little dark. Also, there are some black marks on/in the shell (appears to be deeper than surface), that I haven't seen on any of my other shell shoes. Opinions? I figure it could just be because they are lighter than the...
And they were my size, too. Who got'em?
And then, half of Wisconsin is from Sweden, so essentially all of us are swedes!
Hey guys, Picked up a pair of #20, Heavy Japan 15oz in 34 straight from a guy here. Sadly, they are just too tight to even attempt for me. Essentially unworn. I'd be up for a trade for something in 35 (preferred) or 36, straight. These are in Europe. Also, placed orders for The Heavy American, Japan Summer and BluexBlack. Will be interesting to see them.
Suitsupply is a Lazio, P3414 is the model number. http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_SE/suits/lazio-blue-stripe/P3414.html
I really like fountain pens actually, just ordered two cheap chinese Mont Blanc equivalents, supposedly really good pens for use (and I'm trying to learn better handwriting). I have a vintage Mont Blanc from the 50's in great condition, a model 256, and a Pelikan 300, also from the 50's. The latter is supposedly a very rare model. Found 'em both cleaning out an estate.
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