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Damn wish this was a size 41. I would have kopped...
It is not breathable at all.It's rubber coated, so basically sealed on the outside.That means any perspiration will be trapped inside the coat.My only real negative, cause I'm a big sweater- as in buckets.I just make sure it wear something with wool or keep it light underneath.Otherwise the sweat and moisture can be uncomfortable.
this fatty has been running again. i will update my estimate numbers soon.
Chalky White is such a badass. Omar Little was more badass overall though
What is everyone's opinion of the Stutterheim Coats? I personally love mine! I have never gotten so many positive compliments on an article of clothing before. Especially from complete strangers off the street. The standard comment: "That's a sweet rain coat, where did you get that coat? Perfect for Raincouver weather!"
They will definitely stretch out.I measure a 38" chest tried on my friends size 38.After about 1 month of wear, it's a slim fit but not uncomfortably tight.I'm jelly though as I don't have a sweater myself.
^ Yeah I knew that. But I'm hoping for a Marled color. Plus it's about $50 more at END for solid plain colors.
Good idea.I'd take a 38 3A if anyone is selling.
Hey guys, I made some cuff-links for myself. Let me know if you wanted any also. I live in Chinatown. http://www.styleforum.net/t/368883/deep-blue-lapis-lazuli-high-grade-semi-precious-stone-cufflinks-double-sided-10mm-also-matte-black-onyx/0_100
Hi folks. On offer is Smooth Bead Lapis Lazuli 10 mm Double Sided Cuff-links. Sterling Silver hardware. Made by hand, by me! My cheap bar cuff-links broke so I decided to make my own and have a couple extra. These use high grade, high quality, expensive Lapis Lazuli stones that were hand-picked. I spent much time with the delicate construction of these cuff-links. Sterling Silver is soft and pliable but the small size is challenging. These would be much more expensive...
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