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^Haha @notwithit, I wear those AA henleys almost every day in the fall/winter. Definitely agree about the fit, they're so good. I have a huge issue with a lot of garments ballooning out at the lower half due to my drop & broad shoulders, those hug tight. If you're being serious about finding somebody to replicate better......... keep me in the loop. I would definitely pick up a fair amount to help with any minimum order req.
Honestly it sort of baffled me too. I loved my L0 combats, great leather, great aesthetic and seemed super solid. Concluding a night of bar hopping with friends one night, when all of the sudden like 1" of heel stack (is this the right terminology?) came off. Hobbled 20 blocks back to my friends house walking on my toe as of course I couldn't find a cab The Firm was the shit though, I don't know if people are still using them for stuff. I swung in about noon, they had...
Honestly, I didn't even think it was that much.Thanks for the info
To me though, Guidi gives off somewhat a 'soft' appearance. Not to mention I think the toebox is funky on a lot of models. I really liked their derbies, but I let my boots go because they just didn't fit the aesthetic I enjoyed. I was thinking more of a designer who just churned out somewhat of a basic lace combat, like CD S23's and maybe one other basic design in different colors and materials at like a $1k price point. I'm just thinking out loud though. Something like...
Absolutely, I completely agree. I was more responding to Sinned saying '$200 is reasonable' as it's open to interpretation what justifies a 'reasonable' price point. Don't get me wrong, I've loved my artisinal boots I've owned, but I always bought on steep discount. I think some people (speaking of nobody in particular) sort of get caught up in the 'baller boot' mentality of 'they're $2000 so they must be indestructible and have amazing construction/materials.'...
My body fat drifts into high single digits, yeah.... 42" chest at 175 is nothing crazy at all if you're in really good shape or an athlete. Most fitness models are around that weight and 40-42" chest....... I've actually bought two different jackets from Kunk lolol. Our body types are way different. Across, he would measure smaller than me but thicker front to back. I don't want to derail this thread further though.
I had the olives before, loved them w Denim. I always wanted the blacks though as most of my bottoms tend to be that color.Here's some size 11's, fantastic shape, $199.99, $299 BINhttp://www.ebay.com/itm/Mens-Nice-Collective-Army-Combat-Boots-Size-11-Great-Condition-800-Retail-/181893227448?hash=item2a59ae63b8
Lol, no, you're waaaaay off. I'm 6' 175 and I'm a 52 top, 32 bottom, so drop 10. I've got friends at 6'1/6'2 & 200 like Doc and they're legit 56, monsters. No way they'd ever fit into anything CCP.@docdocgs some designers just aren't made for certain people and this is one. Even myself at 52, I tried on some '52' stuff and no way was that happening with my broad shoulders and frame. Don't waste your time and money, once you exceed a 44" chest, a lot of designer shit is out.
I got a steal on eBay. My size is true 9 Brannock, 10 nike, 42 CPs, blah, blah and I take a 9 in these. I owned a 8 (that I bought from Eck forever ago) and could only wear those without the insole, had to sell them and get 9's. Don't pass over them just because they're not normal 'baller' boot brand. These are super, super legit in my opinion, handmade in Pennsylvania (if you're a fan of combat style boots and like the aesthetic) and are the most comfortable boots I've...
I got them brand new for $200, so I loved the price tag
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