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Urban Camouflage, actually kinda cool.
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The marble stuff is cool, the rest is meh...
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I actually think the hexagonal print is quite cool too, sort of a variation of the grid check we've been seeing more of from people like Guerrilla Group. Though I guess pattern matching is a bit too much to ask for. Personally thought the marble was cool, but a bit passé by now.

Apparently the manufacturer (print all over me) lets you put any sort of pattern on anything. Pretty cool.
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So I just found this curio from the noob archives, what appears to be Stephan Schneider '87? eh.gif

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Pictured with GBV SS '86
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Thoughts on these wrist/handbags. Anyone know what they're called and who might make them?

 

 

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So I just found this curio from the noob archives, what appears to be Stephan Schneider '87? eh.gif

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Pictured with GBV SS '86

I remember that! They couldn't find his shirt buttons for two whole episodes until they realized the buttons had been hiding in the placket all along
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In the last 2 months, I have bought 2 pairs of Visvims that look like chucks, and a pair of actual (albeit rather atypical) Chucks, and then... some Stan Smiths.

 

I feel like I need a pair of Rod Lavers to really make me feel like it's 2003 again.

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Stan Smiths and Rod Lavers? That way before 2003! Classic sneakers.
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Stan Smiths and Rod Lavers? That way before 2003! Classic sneakers.

True, and so are Chucks.  But that's what I wore in 2003.  And that's the important thing here :foo:

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I've just realized there is such a thing as pants that are simply too huge (and I own another pair that have a waist over 50" across)

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I don't believe you. 

 

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decided to give guidi another try and got the perfect pair of boots to wear with my favorite coat, motherfuckyeahstyleforum!
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Any progress on the idea of a Jun Hashimoto group buy that was thrown around a couple of weeks ago? I feel like I remember that it was in this thread, but maybe I'm wrong.
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Any progress on the idea of a Jun Hashimoto group buy that was thrown around a couple of weeks ago? I feel like I remember that it was in this thread, but maybe I'm wrong.

In order for this to happen, I would need at least 25 people to commit to buying at $950, shipped, maybe, maybe, $900 shipped - one style - probably some different leathers available.  That's a lot.  Either that. or I'd have to find a retail partner who would want 10-20 pairs to sell.

 

So, it could happen, but given the amount of work that these things take (importing from Japan is particularly annoying) and the difficulty of getting that many people aboard, not that high on my list of priorities.  

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things that are high on fok's list of priorities:
- more belts
- perfecting the leg triangle choke
- driving @synthese to the brink of insanity
- finding more shit to indigo dye, or over-dye black
- photography classes (not sure about this one)
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things that are high on fok's list of priorities:
- more belts
- perfecting the leg triangle choke
- driving @synthese to the brink of insanity
- finding more shit to indigo dye, or over-dye black
- photography classes (not sure about this one)

 

1) My next belt purchase is in the planning/designing stages

 

2) Where possible, I prefer the arm triangle.  There is just a lot more control, and you don't end up getting your face punched in/in a scramble if you have to bail.  Plus, on really inexperienced guys, you can do it from the guard or standing, both of which are fun.

 

3) Mission accomplished.  The court mandated that we send him to Japan for "relaxation".

 

4) I'm looking for a cat.

 

5) I've actually gotten decent at taking photos of subject which are not me.

 

6) Actual priorities - getting our podcast channel planned, more and better newsletters, hopefully new features for the forum platform, Monitaly project (stay tuned), family stuff.  

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