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post #8191 of 14525
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post
dude how many pairs did you buy

Haha... umm... a lot.
post #8192 of 14525
yea.
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^ You have no idea how comfortable they are. No metal shank might have something to do with it. So long as they keep making them like this, I will never wear anything else.
post #8194 of 14525
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Originally Posted by cldpsu View Post
^ You have no idea how comfortable they are. No metal shank might have something to do with it. So long as they keep making them like this, I will never wear anything else.
I just thank fuck you're not still wearing these in public:
post #8195 of 14525
Hey those were comfortable too and I don't give a fuck. When are you going to learn that, Hodini
post #8196 of 14525
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Originally Posted by cldpsu View Post
Picture request from someone of Timberland Boot Company Chukkas



Not sure about the sock toe jawnz, but I like those Boot Co by Timberland shoes. It seems people are definately either liking them or hating them, but they look fine to me.
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I don't find them fashionable, obviously [toe JAWNS]. They are pretty comfortable though. I don't see why people wouldn't like these chukkas. They're just dumb... or cordovan whores.
post #8198 of 14525
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Hey those were comfortable too and I don't give a fuck. When are you going to learn that, Hodini
I'll learn that lesson right around the same time your ass is on boat back to South America. USA! USA! USA!
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Poor soul. You are confused. South America= Better meat. Better women.

No Whodini comment can retaliate against that fact.
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Poor soul. You are confused. South America= Better meat. Better women. No Whodini comment can retaliate against that fact.
Central America= Even better meat and better women. Ask Mauro. <--- Winner.
post #8201 of 14525
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Originally Posted by djh View Post
Bergdorf Goodman had a lot of Burkman Bros when I was there three weeks ago.

how much if you dont mind?
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
Central America= Even better meat and better women. Ask Mauro. <--- Winner.
One word. Pampas.
post #8203 of 14525
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Originally Posted by james nicolas View Post
Tim Hardy Quick-Release Leather Belt

http://www.timhardy.com/quick_release_belts.html
can't recommend this guy enough
communication was fast and very helpful
the belt itself is made by hand and some of the nicest work I've seen
it came out to $127 shipped to the US
this is also my first quick-release buckle, and I'm convinced the inventor was a genius

Which one did you get, the 1 1/4, or the 1 1/2?
post #8204 of 14525
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Originally Posted by Joe E Taleo View Post
Which one did you get, the 1 1/4, or the 1 1/2?
the 1 1/2 in black with pewter buckle also, i just received this e-mail from Tim Hardy himself "Interestingly, Engineered Garments is I believe part of the Japanese Needles / Nepenthes set up who were among the first customers to take this belt from me when I had a bigger company which I folded post 9/11 and F.M.D. I believe a former member of my staff makes for them now as a wholesale manufacturer so the belt you first found there is pretty much exactly the same." basically, they are the same belts that engineered garments sells but they cost less, customer service is going to be better than anyone selling the belts, Tim Hardy responds to your e-mails himself and they are made to your size seems to be a no brainer if you're looking for a quick-release belt http://www.timhardy.com/quick_release_belts.html
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