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It is generally believed that this is the best shoe conditioner out there, and that conditioner should be used on your shoes after nearly every wearing, or at least every week or two. So why isn't it available in bigger jars? Or perhaps with a discount if you order ten jars at a time or sign up for a periodic shipment? I know they're trying to make as much money as they can, but they might actually sell more of it and make more money if it was available in bigger...
agree.i think of light purple as closer to lavender, but I like this tie a lot. I have a few lavender ties and am actually looking for a darker purple and this one looks great.
Nearly new Kent Wang polo shirt, dark red/maroon in color (color is darker than it appears in the photos. for a better representation, go http://www.kentwang.com/polos/polo-maroon.html). Worn twice before deciding I need a bigger size. It is labeled XL but fits very small. I am a 42R. I can wear it but it is very snug. Would probably fit a 40R quite well, or 41/42 if you like your shirts more form fitting. Great spread collar. Much better than normal polo collars, which...
Stylish brown knit tie from Paul Stuart. 2 inches wide (thinner than traditional Paul Stuart knits). Not new but might as well be, for the amount of wear it's gotten. $20 firm (or $35 best offer). Shipping in the US is $5. International shipping extra. Paypal
SOLD New Martegani Radica dark brown leather shoes. 3B last. The last retail price for these was $525, according to Martegani's North American rep, but they're not currently available in stores. Unworn, still in the box. $195 OBE. Size is listed at 10.5 US. $9 shipping in the US. International shipping extra.
Thanks for the shout out. Appreciate it.
Love the "subtle" product placement for Balvenie single malt
Supposed to arrive at Fox over the weekend and I'm scheduled to go and get a final fitting next week. Apparently there was a backup at the Sammy factory so delivery was slow.
I'm not sure of the name, but there's a guy right near the Fox men's clothing store that does decent work. He's either right next door or two or three stores down. I've had him repair a few of my soles.
You might also swing by Paul Stuart. I just got an email that it is now open in DC.
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