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A bit higher priced, but I've had these for a couple of years and I love them. http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3636437&cp=4450417.10753770&ab=ln_men_cs2_shoes&parentPage=family
You're probably not too far off the mark. We get a few decent snowfalls in my city a year. However, go outside the city and they'll get piles of it. I'll try to dig up some pictures from a long time ago that show the snow as nearly taller than me. The snow that's been posted has been pretty impressive though!Here are a couple of photos from last spring at my uncle's, about an hour away. The snow is melting, but you can see the height in the front:Closest glacier to...
I'm using the desktop version purchased through the app store. I'm simply taking photos from iPhoto and dropping them into the listing template. I've recently encountered the problem where they no longer drag and drop. Instead, I have to go through the option of adding an iPhoto image through the menu. Not sure what happened with that.I'm sure the template is the problem. I would imagine the dimensions are set to be too wide and then my photos on the right don't appear...
I've only been using it a short time and I have lots of things to learn. If you're interested in trying it before you buy it, you can download a free copy of it at their website that allows you to do it with a few listings.First of all, I was offered two different versions on the App Store. I chose the more expensive one as it offered things I thought I'd use. I believe, though I may be incorrect, that the cheaper version does not allow you to set times for listings to...
I can't help you there, but those look like either 'gator or croc.
My pleasure! Short of using a GC-MS, it will be hard to certify something as "cashmere" without the label. If you're trying to find out for flipping, I've come to realize that a short explanation to your customers usually convinces them. I will tell someone "I can't be 100% certain that this is 100% cashmere, but based on the fact that I've felt hundreds of cashmere jackets, I'm fairly convinced that this is at least part cashmere."
I don't think this was exactly what I was looking for, but it will do: http://www.ditzyprints.com/dpburnchart.html
That snow is incredible!Re: cashmere vs blend, I know when there is some cashmere involved, but every once in a while I'm surprised to find that it's 10% or less. By feel alone, I can usually tell whether it's wool, camelhair, cashmere or a poly blend. However, I don't know of any definite test for it for listing/sales purposes. You can do a burn test, which is fairly accurate (unless you're dealing with a blend of less than 5% of a synthetic). I posted a link awhile ago...
Really a game-changer. I forgot to follow up on it, but I bought the app a few weeks ago and its great. I'm still learning about it and haven't figured a number of things out (do you just duplicate templates and delete them when they're no longer relevant?), but it's definitely cut my work down quite a bit. I need to use a different template though or change the dimensions in the coding, as mine requires the user to scroll left and right...not good.Overall, it's a great app!
I can't tell by that photo, but I remember your other photo and they looked like croc. Now, whether they're actually croc or not, I'll admit that I'm not an expert. I own a couple of pairs, but nothing in black.By the way, thank you for posting in a manner that makes it easy to quote/remove unnecessary information
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