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Got a new linen jacket from Luxire worn with its linen (and suede) friends: Love this thing. It's made of a heavy upholstery linen. Not sure the exact weight, but it must be at least 20 oz. It's noticeably heavier than my tweed jackets even though it's minimally constructed (no sleeve lining, for example). Super comfortable though, like a sweater.
The linen jacket Luxire posted earlier, w/ its linen friends: Love this thing. This was the heavy upholstery linen I posted about long ago. I'm not sure what the fabric weight is, but it must be at least 20 oz. It's noticeably heavier than my tweed jackets even though it's minimally constructed (no sleeve lining, for example). Super comfortable though, like a sweater. Once it's on, I don't notice the weight at all.
What color were you wearing? It is a gorgeous jacket. Wish I still lived somewhere cold. It's been shorts weather in SF.But I should be able to wear these just about year round:Got the gray scarf last year and have really enjoyed it. The natural is a good color too. Thanks to you and Kyle for answering my qs about it.Btw Greg, I meant to respond to this earlier, but if it's not too late for next season's suggestions, I think it'd be cool if you carried some French...
12 yr old Fryes, used often and never treed:
Hope people won't mind if I slip in an old-fashioned pair in the midst of these futuristic ones. They're based on a vintage pair and made of unlined olive leather on a custom last by Luxire. More pics of their making and the vintage pair here.
These sneakers have been getting a lot of use recently. Playground duty: Patina's coming in nicely too. Lots of character compared to the original color, which was nice enough.
Seems to me like you overreacted much more than he did. Next time it might be better to explain what you meant than simply to repeat that he misunderstood you.Yep. Let's keep the CE to CE.
I have the light and mid gray in 8/9 and 10 oz and probably wear the mid gray 8/9 (501) the most. Great pants. Wish they made "wheat" and "sand" in 8/9, particularly sand, which iirc is a nice, oatmeal shade. Might be an idea for a special run if someone wants to organize. (Not it!)
Blue collar, that is awesome. Love the blue and brown of the last one too.You've got a point. But might be better to intentionally quit riding than unintentionally stop being a dad. Shoot, why'd I have to formulate it like that?Not that I heard.If I don't give up riding and get a new helmet, I'd like to get one. Although, I have been pretty happy w/ the tinted insert. I think I have this one.
Did someone say something? Actually, I strangely didn't see your post. But ya, as I mentioned, since my helmet's over 4 yrs old, I'll be replacing it w/in a year and I couldn't justify $100 for a shield + insert. I may also give up riding soon. Having a daughter makes me much more concerned about death than I'd ever been.
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