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Do not stay in Temple Bar whatever you do. No harm having a wander around with all the other tourists but staying there would be a nightmare. Check out the Jameson distillery across the river in Smithfield - http://maps.google.ie/maps/place?hl=...ed=0CBsQqgUwAA For linen, tweed etc there are lots of shops on Nassau Street all catering to the tourist trade. Better off waiting until you get out West for a more genuine experience.
Quote: Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger Fantastic. That's a bloke you'd like to have a pint with.
Quote: Originally Posted by cptjeff $30 for a pair of chucks, $2 for a seam ripper to make them unbranded. Please stop, you'll just upset the hegemony.
Thanks for that, confirms my suspicions.
Apologies for resurrecting this thread from the grave but can anyone give a comparison between the 2161 last and Tricker's Country lasts? Is the 2161 as roomy? Cheers in advance.
If any highly motivated poster (ie far less lazy than me) gets it together re those Cheaneys I'm definitely in. They are exactly what I'm after.
yorkshirecountryman on Ebay is always good for used/vintage Barbour - http://stores.shop.ebay.co.uk/Yorksh...__W0QQ_armrsZ1
Quote: Originally Posted by srivats Come on, man ... that is just nipicking just for the sake of it. IST's outfit is fantastic. Big time. I know it's completely subjective but I think IST is way out on his own on this thread.
I use this stuff but I doubt it matters what brand you use - http://mrshoeshotta.com/woly-suede-l...ctor-p-60.html
Quote: Originally Posted by holymadness I'm sorry, but what's the problem with international buyers? I've sold things to Americans, Canadians, Australians and Norwegians without any problems. Never had any issues buying from the UK or the USA, either. Someone care to explain? Don't get it either. I buy and sell all the time on Ebay and being from a small country I nearly always end up dealing with international buyers and sellers. Never had...
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