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Quote: I ordered my first pair of Vass shoes from Gabor a while back and got them in this week.  Being around the high end stuff 24 hours per day you'd think that the thrill would wear off but nope, I was like a kid in a candy store. Everything was superb, I took pics as I opened the box so that you'd see'm as I did.  From the bags, to the three-piece custom shoe trees to every minute detail they are perfect. Oxford Medallion, dark cognac, u...
Quote: This is economics 101, ernie. You can't have your croissant and eat it too. ?????????????????,
Quote: Are this friend's initials L. P.? No. K.P.
Quote: Ah screw it Dunhill is just a corporation, who cares if someone steals from them. i don't care if they steal from them but if they steal ME by selling me fakes.
Quote: Quote: (ernest @ June 27 2005,10:28) Quote: Originally Posted by scnupe7,June 27 2005,15:53 Yes you should.  Your friend could not be anymore correct.   Didn't you recently buy several pair of brown shoes? no, i didn't So you don't own a single pair of brown shoes? no i don't
Quote: Yes you should.  Your friend could not be anymore correct.   Didn't you recently buy several pair of brown shoes? no, i didn't
A friend of mine told me that "brown is only worn by farmers and rednecks, white trash, peckerwoods, hillbillies, and hicks". Should i believe him?
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....me=WD1V For me it is fake because = 1) Dunhill doesn't produce in Germany (at least i have never heard about such a situation) 2) This guy is selling always the same models, X times (so he had at least 10 of each) 3) I have never seen most of thes models anywhere else 4) We don't see any box or card from Dunhill May be we should inform Dunhill about that?
Quote: It is eaiser to make a fused collar then a non fused. Carl Not true. It is easier to make a bad fused collar. I have heard that a good fised collar was slightly more difficult to make than a non fused.
You need to have 50 ties at least if you dont want to use them. Just cut the threads or put them back in the fabric.
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