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Posts by Prince of Paisley

I agree 100%. It is clear what we must do: we need to start the revolution right here, right now. We must rise up, march on Canberra in our unlined Eidos jackets and RMW jackboots, and install Oli as our new leader.
From a couple weeks ago. Whatever it is in farenheit where many of you live, it's closer to the same in celsius here atm.
My apologies to @Claghorn, I do believe this jacket also goes well with grey trousers.
Harley's in World Square. Used to be $15 a cut, not sure what it is now but it should still be cheaper than most other places. Also - do men really book appts at the barber these days? In between their pedicure and facial appointments presumably...
Sounds interesting Jason, always good to hear about other options in Sydney.
I had a look in my garage but all I could find was a bottle of metho.Don't know how I didn't get around to drinking that one.
I was thinking the same thing the other day. I ordered something from Charles Tyrwhitt - they have an Australian returns address. Considering the quite large number of sales made up by Herring's Australian customers, you would think they would have looked into a local return address/warehouse, given the $100 risk of ordering shoes that don't fit would put off a lot of potential buyers.With a critical mass of Australian customers, the warehouse would pay for itself, as a...
I believe Australian rabbits used to be the primary source for Akubra's fur felt for hats. You need anywhere from 10 to 14 pelts for a hat, with the most suitable fur limited to certain parts of the animal. There are so many bloody rabbits here, and they breed so quickly, every man in the country would need to start wearing hats again to make any inroads into the feral population!Here is a bit more info from Akubra: [[SPOILER]] Edit: actually, doing a bit more research...
Just shut up and write a review! *I'm joking with you of course
I always got the impression that story was apocryphal. But it's pretty likely double breasted jackets were invented for the practical reason that, if the front of your coat was stained by, say, gunpowder or the guts of your enemy in battle, you could reverse the buttoning and 'make a clean breast of it' when on parade.Uniqlo have some field jackets for $70 or so in a range of colours. Looked decent quality, especially for the price. Failing that you could get one of fxh's...
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