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Quote: Originally Posted by deem Hey everyone, I would like to buy the Filson duffle bag size medium or large. Slightly used is ok. I would like to try to get it by thursday or friday for a weekend trip, so please pm me asap. Thanks! I'm pretty sure there is one in the B&S "Other" Thread...
Quote: Originally Posted by number9dream Do the LHS's have decent arch support? Most loafers do not (and make my feet hurt as a result). i believe there is a steel shank in the LHS for some support. But they also have a low instep and for some that can be an issue...
Quote: Originally Posted by jhcam8 Why couldn't you wear these w/denim? I def can wear it with denim, but I'm an apc petit standard guy vs a Levis 501 guy. I guess it's about being overly preppy haha... Quote: Originally Posted by HorseHide +1 But...understand how the Van last fits (for me it isn't as simple as just sizing down a half size like with the Barrie) Totally agree on van last being tricky to fit...
Quote: Originally Posted by mcarthur whiskey lhs Saw a pair of these for sale used, worthwhile purchase for a guy who wears denim 6 days a week?
Quote: Originally Posted by CTYGGG I know these aren't the WP PG boots but this LS makeup is worthy of consideration...http://www.leathersoulhawaii.com/201...boot-lsw-lsbh/ That is exactly what I wanted the MTO group to make, in ravello or cigar shell. Sigh.
Quote: Originally Posted by lemmywinks So the million dollar (400-500 dollar) question... WHICH COLOR Indy Boot seems to fit me because it has the lowest profile among the SF-endorsed boots. Better for all the biking I will be doing I suppose. I guess I'll wait a year because I just don't feel comfortable with a pair of $400-500 boots sitting around a dorm room. I'll stick to the Katahdins and Desert Boots for now. I don't know where you...
Quote: Originally Posted by Roguls Gentlemen, somehow I scored the Cigar Pitt boots, so, I will be selling my Black Shell Pitt boots shortly. They are a size 10, so PM me if you are interested before they go to the B/S. They are like new, worn a half dozen times. post some pics of those cigar boots pronto when the come in!
Indeed, but the Mac method is posted and reblogged all over SF. In a nutshell, the mac method calls for NO polish but instead emphasizes the value of cleaning cordovan shoes with a damp cloth, followed by vigorous horsehair brushing and buffing with a flannel cloth--the guiding philosophy being that cordovan is naturally lustrous and that colored paste will eventually dull the natural sheen of the leather
And chorizo with breakfast is the best...like gstaad. If you get that reference you are my hero
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