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post #13186 of 14525
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I want those Moma boots in black. Hopefully yoox will get a restock soon.

Want a size 10? I'm about to return mine.
post #13187 of 14525
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Want a size 10? I'm about to return mine.

PMed
post #13188 of 14525
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Originally Posted by stevenvg View Post
my humble haul:


denim body suit, very stylish. i've seen jay leno rocking the same look on entertainment tonight.
post #13189 of 14525
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Originally Posted by snake View Post
No one here seems to like it, but I do.

incredibly sweet, but very pricey
post #13190 of 14525
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if you went to my school i just know that everyone would fucking hate you

word what a douche
post #13191 of 14525
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my humble haul:


Creases in the jeans? wtf...
post #13192 of 14525
Bought some RRL blue line selvage at Buffalo Exchange for $17 Also some APC Original Standards for $22
post #13193 of 14525
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Originally Posted by kelvinsense View Post
mmm turtleneck in dark navy melange

Where'dyoucop/size?(S/46 or xs/44)
post #13194 of 14525
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if you went to my school i just know that everyone would fucking hate you

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Originally Posted by connor View Post
if you went to my school i just know that everyone would fucking hate you

word what a douche
post #13196 of 14525
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Where'dyoucop/size?(S/46 or xs/44)

I bought the small at barney's in bh, can't find any pics online though
post #13197 of 14525
Hows the fit?

Been on the lookout for Jil/Margiela knits but the ones that go on sale enough for my to buy are 46/S (I'm 44) and I figure if I'm dropping hundreds on a single piece I should get the best size for me.
post #13198 of 14525
the front shoulders are about 15" and the p2p is 19", it's not going to be super slim but it'll fit well and be comfortable. plus it's a beautiful color
post #13199 of 14525
they had the red jil tneck but i don't think its on sale yet, not much else in small sizes they did have an mmm moto (with the long zips) in red that was dooope.
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Got quite a few requests for my opinion of these boots so I did a full write-up. I don't think I could be more thorough but then again, this is SF. I got the boots in size 41. I'm a US 7.5 / EU 40.5, though I think just slightly smaller since most of my shoes have a slight amount of wiggle room but I can't fit a US 7 / EU 40. Sizing/Fit: The boots have a just slightly more wiggle room than I'm accustomed to with correctly sized boots, more like a US 7 2/3 or EU 40 2/3. I'm not sure if they fit narrow because I've never considered myself as having anything but normal feet. The space taking cheap inserts I use for 41 definitely don't work; in fact, very, very thin Dr. Scholls inserts don't fit perfectly either (more on that later). As you can see in the pictures below, the boot hugs the legs very nicely for slim jeans. It came with a sizing chart that, if I'm reading it right, shows their sizing system (on left, in Euro sizing) compared to traditional sizing (on right, in US sizes). Take it how you will. Comfort: There is very nice pad for the heel and a hard, leather insole for the rest of the foot. Heel area is very distinctly shaped to hug around the heel. This is why I can't use even a thin insole that has any heel cushioning - it raises my heel into the groove in an uncomfortable manner. Otherwise it's pretty comfy for a brand new boot. Details: The leather is much better than I expected. The pictures I quote above are actually very accurate representations. It has metal eyelets hidden on the inside of the boot (also pictured) which is a nice touch. The bottom says "benchmade goodyear" and the heel is conveniently already a removable rubber. You can't really tell by the angle but the middle of the sole is a very slight fiddleback (I think that's what it's called ). They're exactly what I wanted. A sleek, modern interpretation of a combat boot that didn't look or feel cheap. If you like the W+H Dayton boot but find it too chunky, this is a nice alternative shape. Hopefully they last.
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