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Have a very nice brown lacoste wool hat, i got it as a gift but i don't have a need for a wool hat in Houston. It is brand new with tags Made in France 80 % wool 20 % nylon $60 includes paypal fees but shipping is calculated
Brand New bought from local mens boutique here in houston, Mortar. Unfortunately never got to wear it and has just been sitting in my closet. color is light green doesn't say the shirt composition but it feels like a cotton and linen blend the tag says Hamilton 1883 Classic L/S Green Cotton/Linen Solid Medium Made in USA measurements: pit to pit: 21 inches sleeves: from shoulder cutoff 24 inches shoulders 19 inches length of shirt from top of collar to bottom of shirt is...
I bought some of these wool blend socks will they do?
This is what I have so far, by the way i am mostly snowboarding Jacket - 1. westbeach sub79 10k mm waterproof/10k gm breathability snowboard jacket 2. North End excursion soft shell jacket 8000mm waterproof/ 800g breathability Pants - 1. Smarty 686 detacheable lining waterproof snowboard pants 2. Skigear pants waterproof coated Midlayers - 1. Columbia omni therm stretch turtleneck fleech 2. a couple of polyester dry-fit long sleeves 3. a made in scotland cashmere sweater...
will cashmere wick away water relatively fast? Saw a lot of recs for merino wool. How come no one has suggested down material?
I am doing nightskiing at keystone as well, Ill buy a pair of thermals and long sleeves just to test, I am not easily cold but I hate not being warmly dressed enough, its either that or the academy Magellan/seirus stuff, anyone ever try those ?
going on a ski trip to Colorado in a week and was wondering if using uniqlo's heat tech as base layers would be good enough?
I have a free two night stay at ceasars, wondering if it's worth the trip to go alone, anyone here done vegas alone? What can you do for 48 hours realistically. I am by no means a millionaire with tons of disposable income but can spend some here and there
Also what is a good gold digger lounge/bar I can take them to? Are the nice hotel bars usually inhabited by high class working gals ?
So I am planning a trip for a group of wealthy friends who's never been to the aforementioned places. All in their early 50's, all Men, all from CHINA They would like to spend a few days in each place(more time in NYC and Vegas), they basically just told me to get them the high life. Any input on hotels, restaurants, entertainment, ideas on daily activities would be greatly appreciated
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