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1969 would benefit from boots IMO.
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Originally Posted by BreezyBirch View Post

stitches, your pants like so much better with just that tiniest bit more of break - dunno if they're just lower or those pants in particular are indeed longer than your other ones that mess with your proportions

thanks, breezy. yes, those pants have a little more length and are a little less tapered then some of the other pants i have, and have posted here. for the most part, i too prefer how these pants fit over the slimmer ones. it also makes them infinitely more comfortable.

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i used to do shirt wraps all the time. like ALL the time. when it was the 90s and was 10. :nohate:
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Originally Posted by Oski View Post

Notwithit with the baller sneaks to the gym. How do they work out for you? (no pun intended)
I don't think I could ever do CP at the gym, from a comfort stand point. I'll stick to my Nike Frees.

 

I´ve been wearing YSL hightops to the gym for the past few weeks. Really comfortable to wear while working out and they look great with dropcrotch sweats.

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i used to wear my MMM's to the gym.

Then the sole cracked :/
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i got mine to a cobbler and he fixed it pretty well
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who, what´s up with those knees? tongue.gif

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i gave them to my brother actually because they weren't really my style no matter how hard i tried to make them work.

he's big into the A$AP hypebeast/Gothninja type of look (his fav brands are like, S2A and BLVCK SCVLE and shit) so i figured it'd be a nice thing to do (they were Black tech mids).
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Originally Posted by DLester View Post

the shirt wrap trend looks really 1992 to me, not saying that is a bad thing just saying.

 

 

We did it in the 70s, but the look was more simplified -- jeans, t-shirt (or sweat shirt) and shirt wrap, I don't get the other add ons.

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i used to wear my MMM's to the gym.

Then the sole cracked :/

this happened to me as well. also destroyed my shins wearing ricks on the elipticals.
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Originally Posted by kgfan5 View Post

this happened to me as well. also destroyed my shins wearing ricks on the elipticals.

haha. that's awesome.
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i cant believe you did ellipticals in rick owens. i think the worst i've done is play basketball in cp achilles with my school's division 1 players.
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yes and that was the last time
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all about looking natural

 

 

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Originally Posted by Oski View Post

Notwithit with the baller sneaks to the gym. How do they work out for you? (no pun intended)
I don't think I could ever do CP at the gym, from a comfort stand point. I'll stick to my Nike Frees.

I only wear the CP Bballs on lifting days, when I prefer a flat-soled shoe to a running shoe. Running, I wear Nike Shox or Lunarglides. I've worn MMM GAT lows doing HIIT (or some weak, watered-down version thereof) on a stairmill, and I've probably worn them on the elliptical a handful of times as well. They work fine, probably no better or worse than running shoes. I don't think I'd run in them, though.
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Brb, going to be an Alaskan crab fisherman decked out in Junya.
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