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Originally Posted by thisisblex View Post

argh walt needs to put this bitch in her place asap. 

Skyler is so in the right come on now.

But I think its going to end with
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Todd killing Walt and taking over. Kid has ambition
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Originally Posted by marg View Post

I didn't say those things - I only mentioned the fit. Snowman is wearing a pair of cropped pants prior to all that car talk, and they look like someione else's pants (that someone being short and fat). Obviously everyone is entitled to their choice, and I'm not knocking his, but I want to know what it is about that look that people are into.
People slaughter Hagg for untucked shirts with a blazer but can't stop stroking Snowman for the anti-fit. It blows my mind. Someone please enlighten me.
i like this comparison because we were both wearing the same thing basically (if you break it down)
button up and pants (i wore trousers and he wore chinos)

it just shows an infinite way to wear said items ranging from hagg to snow. pretty cool.
anyways to answer the question i think its just a preference. my pants arent extremely out of place or anti-fit by any standards, i think. rick/yohji/damir really push the limit in that realm.
i liked what i wore in my last fit because it felt good/comfy, had some interesting details, and the dirty painted sneakers broke up the cleanliness of the rest of the outfit. if i was to wear oxfords that would have been a whole new look and not really me.

yang li bomber is so casual but so elegant at the same time. its like putting on a finely tailored blazer drool.gif love the double interfacing!!
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

I can't remember if I ever went through a bewildered reactionary phase when I discovered avant garde designers and alternative silhouettes. I don't think I did. Some people just can't handle it I s'pose.

yeah, me neither. i was more like, "whoa..mindsplode. i need some of this in my life!"
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Yeah, definite mindsplode. I remember the first time I browsed Atelier's site being a revolutionary moment for how I thought about clothes

Sounds corny but it's true
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yes
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Does having smooth legs really give you an edge?
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less resistance and friction, i suppose. same reason why swimmers are hairless
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In theory it makes road rash easier to treat but it mostly just makes your legs look good and says you're a semi serious or better cyclist.
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cacatfish nailed it. anyone who shaves their legs is serious enough to know it has nothing to do with aerodynamics. it really does help with road rash though.
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micheal kors cotton camo shirt

ferre milano ramie shorts

timberland classic boat shoe

 

and no, i do not shave my legs.  im just farther along the evolutionary scale.

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So that's who wears Michael Kors...
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

cacatfish nailed it. anyone who shaves their legs is serious enough to know it has nothing to do with aerodynamics. it really does help with road rash though.

One of the AeroE students on my team did some modeling on this and (supposedly) managed to get wind tunnel time to work out that the most aero leg hair would be a ~ 1" wide strip on the front of the leg and shaved elsewhere.

 

Really does help with road rash though

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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

So that's who wears Michael Kors...

no, that doesnt sound douchey at all...

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your username is sorta like if mine was linkin_bizkit69
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

cacatfish nailed it. anyone who shaves their legs is serious enough to know it has nothing to do with aerodynamics. it really does help with road rash though.

 

What about just staying off the road though

 

roads are fer drivin'

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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

What about just staying off the road though

roads are fer drivin'

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