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Basics are one thing, and they are what Gustin has done best, but the Filson briefcase is in extremely poor taste, in my opinion. I know apparel designs can't be copyrighted and all of that, but just because you can copy something so shamelessly doesn't mean you should.
I have those pindot ties in navy and maroon. The dot and herringbone combination is very attractive in person. However, if I lost them and had to get new staple pindot ties, I'd honestly look elsewhere and seek out a tie with printed dots. The woven dots (and the silk generally) snag SO easily. Just handling them if the skin on my hands is remotely dry will catch the fabric and risk causing snags and runs. They feel very delicate. A heavy printed silk is harder-wearing,...
I wish Gustin would use its extremely low risk (relative to the industry) business model to do original designs rather than knock-offs.
Vettel was driving an upgraded car this weekend whereas Kimi was in the older spec. And didn't the team also screw up his qualifying session by burning a set of tires? He may have actually overperformed this weekend, considering.
It's more of an overall fade, with a bit more at the seams, than a denim fade. Think what a "washed" chino from a place like J. Crew and you will get the idea.Buy TTS. They don't really stretch.
Very happy at the updated Rivet news. The leg opening and rear seam construction have definitely held me back from buying more of them. I did like the button fly, however. I actually noticed the changes looking at the sea canvas page earlier this morning and was about to buy a pair until I saw that the 31 is already sold out...
It's unfortunate that IndyCar doesn't race at COTA. I selfishly wish the NJ street race had worked out, since it would have been very accessible to me living on the East Coast.
Speaking of tracks and corners, the fact that the same guy has designed basically every modern F1 circuit certainly can't be helping things.
Good to know, thanks. It's a strange thing to be worried about buying a pair of shoes that's too nice.
Have any Kent Wang shoe owners had good luck getting sole protectors applied? Can they be applied in a way that preserves the elegant shape of the sole? I am very interested in the benchgrade balmorals, but I'd like to have sole protectors to extend their life. Sub-question: is is possible to get the shoes resoled while preserving the beveled waist? Is this something a SF-approved shop like B Nelson or Sky Valet could accommodate? Or perhaps more importantly, if these...
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