I've had a framed Deer Hunter poster in my possession for 10 years, but never hung it, because I'd rather people get to know me and find out that I'm insane rather than knowing it as soon as they visit my home.
I was eyeing that camel chesterfield, too. That's not really a style of coat that's generally meant to be all that warm, anyway, is it?
Anyway, bought a few of the flannels on sale; feel nice, and the fit is mostly good. I could stand for the upper arms to be a bit bigger, since it's a pretty close fit on me in that area as they are.
One of the only things I remember about those Dayton boots is how uncomfortable they were. I loved how they looked, but I don't think I ever didn't hate them after 30 minutes of wear each time out.
A rare non-pleb purchase for me last weekend:
4 Horsemen Supplies long belted cardigan
Mostly cotton, so not very substantial, but feels a lot better than the standard mall fare. Plus, with the exchange rate, it was something like $150 shipped rather than $200.
And if the...
Those prices, tho! I know value is tough to quantify, but what exactly makes them worth $70+?I've totally regressed from the SW&D days when I could justify $200 on a shirt, but now I struggle to justify paying more than, like, 30 bucks.I tried on a pair of UA shorts yesterday, but they had the stupid mesh lining in them, which is a deal breaker for me. I've already got boxer briefs for keeping my junk in place.
No way. The tencel boxers are hands down the most comfortable boxers I've ever owned. I bought a couple pairs last year and became so fond of them that when they finally restocked last summer, I stocked up and threw away all of my supima cotton boxers. Now, of course, I'm wishing I had bought more since they're once again not on the site.
Might need this, too. I've gone from basically a 0" drop (yes, that's right) earlier in the year to a 9" drop. Pretty much all of my tees are really baggy in the body, but about right in the chest, so sizing down isn't a viable option.