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I took a piece of large grain sandpaper and just did a single swipe across, and then again to create a crosshatch pattern in the leather; that helped the get some grip, because otherwise as you've said it slips off too easily.However, I should warn you that carrying these sorts of heavy things on your shoulder isn't recommended. My right shoulder can handle the weight a lot better than my left, which means I have more muscle on that side. It can also mess up your back.
Setting a budget and trying to stick with it really helps me not overspend. I feel really shitty every time I check mint out and see that I've overspent. There's always going to be deals to had every month, but it really requires discipline, especially when everyone else is going gaga over it. Also have to admit that there's plenty to learn from on the threads, what with all the "man I know I really shouldn't be doing this but I couldn't pass up on the [insert $800 boots...
Both for $360.
I was in the Eaton Centre store a couple nights ago, and came across this pair of burgundy gloves that were really, really, really soft. Checked the tags, it said peccary (that's when I got scared of the price) and checked the other tag, yep - $250. No way I'd spend that kinda money on gloves, but it's pretty amazingly soft.
[[SPOILER]] I wouldn't let that stop me from enjoying my boots.
About how Starks are "supposed" to fit: if they're made in Denmark, an area of the world where people are generally taller, then the bottom of the cardigan is probably going to be just below their belt, right? So if people that aren't as tall as the Danish are wearing the Starks so that it falls to their crotch, then that's pretty much not how it's intended to be worn. So I don't think that this change in length is really such bad thing, it's just getting the fit closer...
I actually don't have it on the hanger, and I hate it when people put sweaters on hangers - I just used the pic from the guy I originally got it from.
If you order from the US and have it shipped to Canada, expect to pay duties. I ordered mine from Revolve when they were still doing the discount, and I got charged. Edit: It was still cheaper than buying it locally in Canada at those ridiculous prices they have here.
Uh huh.
Someone get it quickly, hopefully they'll take down that disgusting-looking shirt once it's out of stock.
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