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I wonder if the "class yearnings" argument for modern hipsters is even realistic. At least, if emulation were the goal, you'd think they'd get a little closer than "urban lumberjack."
I sometimes wonder if I should bother to hate on trends simply because they differ from my tastes and area able to be captured in a few accurate stereotypes.   That blog post makes some amusing points, but is also quite clearly coming from an overtly diminutive perspective.
http://www.rancourtandcompany.com/shell-cordovan-belt.htmlThe lighter shade of these may work
 Bacon, beards, Harley bobbers, farm-to-table, unvarnished wood, crafts-for-the-sake-of-crafs - yep, that pretty much sums it all up.  It's how "metro" got scruffy. Though I rue the term, many are calling this modern aesthetic "lumbersexual." Others are calling it the "American Heritage Revival." I am no expert, but it seems to have evolved over the last decade or so as a result of hipsters learning about the many f***ed up practices that go into the manufacturing of...
Those look gorgeous. So we know they have the hides. I just sent them an email. Maybe they've got a pair lying around somewhere!
Where can one find a pair of natural shell jumpers, anyhow? Not too keen on acquiring a #8, as I have a pair of dep red Trickers Stowes that I've darkened. Got my "red" shade need filled. Natural shell seems hard as hell to find right now.
Hm. You couldn't buy shell boots from Viberg now for any price, it seems.
I'm guessing the forum had a huge hardon for selvedge in the early 2000s. That would have been fun to witness.
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