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I have two pairs of brand new Superga Torino's in white canvas. I purchased one pair in 44 (US 10) and one pair in 45 (US 11). They fit true to size, which doesn't work for me as I have a slightly wide toe. I've worn the 44's once, today, on a walk down Smith Street in Brooklyn. Three people stopped me to discuss them, as they've apparently sold out since GQ endorsed them in this month's issue. Anyway, they're clean, with minimal marks from the single wear, but...
NYC car service being billed to a house/corporate charge account or credit card = no tip..
Does anyone know whether they're coming back to NYC anytime soon? I've tried emailing off the site, however, it doesn't seem to go through..
The other applicants will be in a suit, no? If so, how does that effect your presentation?
Quote: Originally Posted by JSC4President I had a good shoe shine across from Shake Shack... but that is below 34th... Some old Russian man with a place near the Wendys. If i find a good shoe shine tomorrow (i am wearing some shoes i dont usually wear)... i will post it here. for future reference, the shoe shine on the south side of 23rd, just west of broadway, is great..
I bought a paid from Ropey Soles a year or two ago.. good and cheap, they last longer if you don't wear them in the city..
Quote: Originally Posted by JohnGalt I bought a Prada bag a few years back from NM. With much use, the interior lining eventually ripped up, the zippers needed to be fixed/sewn and the shoulder strap was coming undone. It was beaten up over the years but the shell held up well and the bag was being used for other than its designed purpose. I decided to fix it and called Prada in NYC (and yes, I was willing to pay since it definitely wasn't warranty...
Hermes has permitted me to return ties to them that my mother bought me for the holidays each and every year. No receipt. I'm unsure which store you attempted to return the item to and truth be told I haven't read the entire thread because of the number of responses and the tone they've taken. Make sure that you are bringing the item back to a corporate store and not a franchise store, the difference between these two is huge in big. Also, it is possible that...
I've been wearing some from ropeysoles, a UK based company. Great selection of colors and fabrics, cheap, and easy and quick shipping.
Quote: Originally Posted by bigbadbuff I assume you meant vice versa here, as it would only make sense that those who liked low marble grain fed beef would find the transition to grass easier. no, if you're into the ribeye, which tends to have a beefier and more textured cut than filet, you're more likely to be into grass fed beef.
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