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Being in law enforcement, I often have the same dilemma. I would avoid any pocket holsters since they do not work well for suits. I wear slim fit suits and as far as concealed carry goes, I usually wear my Glock 26 on an ankle holster. If I need my primary weapon, I usually carry it in a regular belt holster as the suit jacket will do a good job concealing it. Just choose a high ride holster that keeps the weapon close to your hip. Some of my co-workers use inside the...
Quote: Originally Posted by pg600rr you got any pics being worn No, just check them out on zappos to get an idea. It is the first pair of Fryes I have purchased. After wearing them around for a couple of hours, they became very comfortable.
I just bought the Frye Owen lace ups from Zappos. After breaking in, they are very comfortable and they look great too.
I would avoid this one. Remember all you are seeing are pictures. What is strange about this site is that they provide no addresses, just cell phone numbers for contacts.
I would avoid that site altogether. The items listed there are not even grey market, they are completely counterfeit.
Yeah, thats the way I see it as well. This one seems a bit off to me. They are pushing the "buy multiple suits for a reduced price".
Has anyone tried Custom Men in NYC? Their website is custommen.com. I noticed they were on Andy's recommended page but having checked both here and on ask andy, I could not find anything on quality or personal experiences with them.
Quote: Originally Posted by Planet Eclipse HAHA fuck that. fiber is weak as fuck and not my shit. I have rather thick hair and got it thinned out. I want something to hold it strong have a matte finish and make it look good. Would wax be a good direction to go to? My friend about 5 years ago put this heavy shit in my hair and I couldn't get it out for a weak but I kinda liked it because it was very strong, matte and it will hold my style Then...
Yes, they also offered to do the less invasive surgery (Laproscopic) on me as well. I opted for the traditional. After doing some research, I found that the laproscopic might be a little less recovery time but it is not as stong as the traditional method. I was in pain for a couple of weeks after surgery but the pain killers did a good job. You really just need rest and to let it heal, I have had no issues since the surgery though.
Easier than you would think to get one. I have had two. One about two years ago and the other when I was really young. Sometimes it can be really small and impossible to tell, if that is the case you just need to go to the doctor and have them look at it or take an MRI. If it is bigger, just press slightly on the area, remove your hand and cough, if the skin pops up with a small lump, most likely you have one.
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