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No you are right even though the bashed up Jeep was there. I just meant that US retailers did stuff you never saw in the rest of the world.
Thanks. It never ceases to amaze me (as someone who went just about every week to Japan in the late 80s/early 90s) why Japan is 20-50% more expensive thean every other industrialised Tier 1 country. But then Australia has been a milch cow for importers for years so what's my point?
That intervention is ever closer....
Oscar Niemeyerhttp://www.city-journal.org/2012/eon1206td.htmlAs Prince Charles often points out Modernism can't help inflicting itself on the classic in a pathetic effort to seek relevance.http://www.city-journal.org/2013/eon0102td.html
I remember first going into the Banana Republic store in San Fran in the 80s and getting the same vibe.
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/downton-tailor-sold-to-hedge-fund-star-and-his-couture-partner-8444461.html
EG Brooksvilles. Great EG burnishing.
Amazing with these heels with multiple holes you are talking late 30s early 40s at latest. Where did you see 1948?
So are the Irish linen shirts. I wore one yesterday in the 41C heat. Fantastic and very comfortable!
The 337 after a break in period is a very comfortable shoe. I am more suited to EG202 type lasts but I find the 337 does not crowd my foot even after a summers's day.
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