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post #241 of 264
Clearly, the correct answer is Bedford and Norfolk. In earth tones. What am I thinking? I'll probably have to get involved in trafficking to afford such a thing.
post #242 of 264
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Originally Posted by Arethusa
Clearly, the correct answer is Bedford and Norfolk. In earth tones.

What am I thinking? I'll probably have to get involved in trafficking to afford such a thing.

That is truth. People will have to die for me to afford some of this stuff at this point.
post #243 of 264
the henna and blue look really sweet
is there anyway i could my hands on one even tho im late..fok
?
post #244 of 264
Has anyone tried to board a plane with this buckle? It looks vaguely sharp and dangerous.

--Andre
post #245 of 264
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Andre Yew
Has anyone tried to board a plane with this buckle? It looks vaguely sharp and dangerous.

--Andre

I wear mine...
post #246 of 264
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Originally Posted by j


The straps on the new belts looks like they're too narrow for the buckle. On the brown originals, the straps look like they fit perfectly.

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Originally Posted by Brian SD

post #247 of 264
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Originally Posted by Sucrose
The straps on the new belts looks like they're too narrow for the buckle. On the brown originals, the straps look like they fit perfectly.
Hmm, I don't think any difference is noticeable IRL. Mainly, the strap is a bit looser because it's snapped instead of tightly sewn, so it is able to slide down a bit in the pic - but when worn it looks the same.
post #248 of 264
is the buckle on those solid brass?
post #249 of 264
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Originally Posted by j
Hmm, I don't think any difference is noticeable IRL. Mainly, the strap is a bit looser because it's snapped instead of tightly sewn, so it is able to slide down a bit in the pic - but when worn it looks the same.

Ah.

The removable hardware does seem like a big advantage, especially if you wanted to polish the brass buckle.
post #250 of 264
Thread Starter 
j. is correct about the buckle being able to slide more because it has snaps rather than being sewn down. And the buckle actually fits the belt. What you see in the pic is an optical illusion because the release is not down the entire way. I just checked now...
post #251 of 264
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Second shipment of belts went out yesterday.

Only one belt left. Dude, claim it.
post #252 of 264
do it. worth every penny in my estimation. multi-purpose. serves as weapon in a pinch. or romance aid.
post #253 of 264
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Originally Posted by poly800rock
is the buckle on those solid brass?

Yup.
post #254 of 264
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
Hmmm... Engineered Garments for Styleforum Bedford jacket. I like it. Not saying that this will happen, but if it did happen, how many of you would commit to one

I already have a Bedford but would most likely buy another one if it was different...
edit: I would be interested in any Engineered Garments jacket.
post #255 of 264
what size is it? :P
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