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Nomad in Toronto are currently selling these A.P.C tennis shoes for $125 Available sizes are 40, 41, 42, 45. My shoe size is 10.5, sometimes a 10 in sneakers. I'm trying to figure out what I would be in a European size, and sites I've seen online seem to give different size equivalents. Is a 45 = to a size 11? And would that likely be big for me? (I assume the sneakers would be true to size?) Thanks.
Quote: Originally Posted by SirGrotius It's a sad day when someone is roundly panned for doing the "right" thing. It's not all about money, and if you want to be completely low he probably raised his image so much with this act of altruism that he'll be able to make even more money off of it than he would selling the ball. I doubt it. I still can't remember this guys name. Or the name of the guy who caught Mark McGwire's ball. Or Barry...
Quote: Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 Don't forget Michael Caine and Cillian Murphy! Right, although I don't know if Murphy will be reprising his role as Scarecrow for a third time.
Quote: Originally Posted by JMRouse Poster art looks great! Well, this will star Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon Levitt, and Marian Cotillard...
If you don't like wearing sneakers, just don't wear them. You don't have to like sneakers.
Quote: Originally Posted by acidboy ime, you just be there for her. I'm not much of a talker and sometimes just physically being there with her is enough comfort. trying to squeeze words out can sometimes draw a negative effect. It's true. I think the best way is to simply offer condolences and support. There's really not much you can say about it.
I don't suppose Adidas has any plans to re-release these Rod Lavers?
He's talking about his mother dying, not his grandmother, and he's understandably sad about it.
Quote: Originally Posted by Achillus I recall seeing this photo when searching for images of Yorkville in Toronto. Given his location I wouldn't be surprised if he worked for Holt Renfrew.
Quote: Originally Posted by SOMD I've only been in a couple Club Monaco's (and quickly walked out) but what age group/demographic are they aiming for? They don't seem to be very stylish, just very expensive. Is it casual clothes geared for 40 and 50-something's? 20's to 40's sounds about right. As for being stylish, I guess that depends on what you consider to be stylish. At the very least, Club Monaco tends to be tasteful. It seems to rely on...
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