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Not gonna read the whole thread...but since you asked for advice: 1) Join a gym. You need an iron will to work out effectively at home. 2) Get a baseline on heart rate/bodyfat etc. Also, if you really haven't worked out/trained/exercised...get a physical. Just make sure there's no warning signs that a simple test will uncover. 3) Try a Strike class (combo of aerobic/core/boxing, but always moving) or another multidiscipline class. 3x45 minutes a week will get you...
Quote: Originally Posted by plantifff Bump, because I have similar hair (curly coarse black) and I don't know what the hell to do with it besides slapping some fiber on it and hoping for the best. I've grown mine out in the past, but you will need liberal applications of some sort of curl definer. I also found that washing only 2x/week keeps the frizz in check. Now that I'm starting to thin on top I keep it the same length as the OP....
Quote: Originally Posted by Rambo Is there anything worth buying? IMO, the lightweight chamois shirt and the new henleys. But I wouldn't call them either fashionable or stylish... Overall the S/S line is a disappointment. The colors are pretty depressing...too much muted plaids. I'd like to see a lightweight slim fit chino made out of the old 65/35 fabric LLB used to use on their basic chinos, the ones with the wide belt loops.
IMO double cuffs on an adult looks juvenile (after all, the reason those old pics show kids with big/double cuffs is so they can "grow into them."). I'm OK with small single cuffs IF the shoe warrants it. (heel heights/shoe volume vary so jeans that fit with, say, boat shoes are gonna bunch up around heavy boots). Shorter people should follow the MC rule: cuffs visibly shorten your legs. That is all. I'll make an exception for people into rockabilly and other...
Quote: Originally Posted by zissou I managed to find a herringbone CPO in M, which I was happy about. The sale wasn't that great, though... I had the navy whipcord version in S, which I sold because it was too small on me. I could get the herringbone CPO ins XS if anyone is interested... I have lived in that shirt this winter. You won't regret it.
Quote: Originally Posted by sexonfabric Is that the EG FW10 desert pant? I could not get them to fit me. 32=crushed nuts; 34=loose in the lower leg. AFAIK there were no 33s made. Great fabric and color but the top block was made for small guys.
Quote: Originally Posted by Logan I just bought a pair of 505's for $75 from a Levi store. Why does Brooks Brothers charge double that? Its my understanding that the BB makeups (501, 505) use heavier denim (tho not selvedge) and add a brown on brown leather patch. There's also a "special wash." Is that worth a 100% premium? I will say the BB makeups just look like they're stitched together better -- maybe a little more QC? I also suspect...
Quote: Originally Posted by Russ24 Hows the sizing on the Chippewas? My chucks are 8.5, I hear chips run big. Think ill be alright with an 8? Run half size big. You should be fine.
Quote: Originally Posted by bl@ster Levi's sells selvedge 514's all the time. Not STF, though. True, they briefly put them out last winter. My bad. But I still think they could sell truckloads of USA-made 501 STF selvedge...and since so many people dig the 514 fit, do that in stf, too...
Quote: Originally Posted by Johdus Fanfoozal Christmas has come early young weed hopper. http://www.google.com/search?q=levis...iw=904&bih=421 Don't know what THOSE are...certainly not on Levi's official site. Can anyone authenticate?
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