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The tire degradation thing would explain a lot about this race, then. It also means that DRS won't be much of a factor near the front of the pack, since getting within DRS range will mean sacrificing a set of tires prematurely.
The current "regular" sizes are already very short. I'm 5'11" and the scoops rise above the belt on my regular fit Gustin jeans, which have a reasonably high rise.
They probably dramatically underestimated their costs and therefore the original prices were unsustainably low. This was obvious to anyone with half a brain from the start, which is why I placed my order with the expectation that there might be some drama down the line.
Excellent news on the CMT fabrics. The "basic" collection fabric is indeed quite nice for the money, but I definitely prefer the drape of heavier English cloth.
I was thinking the other day that I would love to have a jacket like this in a technical fabric. I like the idea of having all of those flap pockets on the front for storing camera accessories without having the carry a bag when I'm out hiking, but linen or cotton is kind of a nonstarter for me when it comes to activewear. I don't like having to pack both my dorky REI outerwear and something more stylish when I travel.
Love that green pindot tie. I would buy it if I didn't already have the other two... I would like to reiterate my longstanding desire for a dark green version of the shepherd's check tie. I saw one posted in a WAYWT thread a while back, fell in love, and have never come across one. The navy shepherd's check is probably my favorite tie.
agreedthe cars are good, we just need more racing
Will they ever make shorts with an inseam less than 9+ inches? Will there ever be slim fit linen shirts? I'm not not sure who Uniqlo think they are selling to in the US.
Personally I think the F-Type is absolutely gorgeous and I lust after it like no other car currently in production.
I suspect what he's referring to is that Luxire attaches sleeves slightly rotated, so that the seams on the sleeves and the sides do not align like they do on, well, every other shirt I've ever owned. Luxire has explained that this is a superior method of construction because it reduces the tension on the side seams when you move your arms, helping the shirt stay tucked in and neat.I think it's probably true, although my Luxire shirts fit so much better than the rest of my...
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