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PG obv knows how to dress better than 99% of this forum, but I didn't think anyone would ever accuse him of being down to earth. His posts came off as extremely pretentious. But then again, it's hard to avoid when you are showing the internet photos of your extravagant lifestyle. Haters gonna hate. At least he gave us great examples of how to wear clothes while bragging about his stuff, unlike some people who occasionally post on this forum.
post #95372 of 117668
Great fit Moo.

Casey, wtf man. That's really the look you're going for?

Shryke, maybe try not pulling your jeans up so high. That would create a looser silhouette.
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Originally Posted by Shryke View Post

Some excellent photoshopping going on itt.

Jeans don't feel 'tight' at all... they're just apc ps with some room left in the waist.

Are these they?



If so, I have a pair of the same, and I'd say the key is to sag as low as possible. The extra room in the waist should help facilitate that.

I think part of the issue here is also that your shirt also looks pretty slim, and it's pulled down so far that it totally covers your crotch. Letting it bunch up and sit a little higher would likely improve the situation as well
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for those that are interested...
bespoke cap
'Michelsons' silk skarf
'Uniqlo' linen shirt & 'J+' raincoat
'Diesel Industry' pleated front jacket
flannel trousers, MtM, deadstock fabric, single forward pleat, side adjusters, wide leg.
-TTO
Edited by TTO - 5/24/13 at 5:59am
post #95375 of 117668
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bespoke cap

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Great colors
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Originally Posted by TTO View Post


for those that are interested...
bespoke cap
 

Fellas... that is how TTO does it

post #95378 of 117668
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post


Yeah, pretty sure they're the same. You're right, sagging as low as possible has made a huge difference. That shirt just needs shortening or something - in fact I got some advice on how to do that just yesterday from the DIY thread. I like the print, and I understand what the designer was going for (and how it fits into the collection) but it's just too long for how I'd like to wear it. Thanks for the friendly advice.

Great colours TTO
post #95379 of 117668
damn TTO, 6 items, 6 colors. 8 if you are wearing socks and shoes.

i think ill have to post my fit later, too much win above me.
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post

I think maybe he's implying PG is more into the look and romance of being a cyclist. Of wearing the gear, the cap with the brim turned up, the fancy bike, imagining himself in the Tour de France. I'm not saying that's what PG is doing, but he does seem to have dove right into it.

This is the entire lot of clowns that ride bikes in uniform. Can you imagine a pickup basketball game where everyone is wearing actual team jerseys and matching shorts? Anyone over 8 who puts on a uniform when there isn't a trophy being handed out is retarded.
post #95381 of 117668
thx for the jacket kudos all
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jacket is amazing. who is the maker?

also, what phone and how do it take gifs?

Cantarelli makes it.

Phone is Samsung Galaxy S4 (highly recommended.
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Biking on the road with cars and trucks for fun seems retarded to me. And yes, most road bikers have big egos and lots of "team gear" that everyone else in the world finds rediculous. They're just as bad as Harley riders. There, have I offended everyone yet? biggrin.gif

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Guys on bikes (bicycles) don't bother me as long as they're not hogging an entire fucking lane and holding up traffic. That happens, and shit gets real...
Example of shit getting real up in this bitch (Click to show)
I change lanes.
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is it hate on bikers time? cool.

theres this narrow main road by my work thats busy as hell during rush hour (only way to the motorway), 60mph road and you can barely fit two cars side-by-side on it, yet cyclists insist on riding down that road when everyone's trying to get home from work, what a pain in the ass. I'm surprised they dont get sideswiped more often.
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please please please guys lets not get into hating on cyclists. i know i brought bikes into this, but for everyone's sake this is not the right time or place for that argument. surprisingly, a lot of team uniforms people wear are because they're actually on that team and race/compete with them (yes, cycling is very much a team sport). people who wear pro team uniforms, well, that's another story. as far as following traffic laws, I agree that cyclists that break traffic laws are just as much of a problem as aggressive drivers. that being said, cyclists due have the right to use the road and take the entire lane when it's necessary for safety. cars do not have more of a right to use the road than bicycles. please, lets just drop it.

furthermore, if a guy on a bike gets in your way, he may hold you up for 5 minutes MAX. if a car hits a guy on a bike, the cyclists is often seriously injured or killed. think about that.
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post

I think maybe he's implying PG is more into the look and romance of being a cyclist. Of wearing the gear, the cap with the brim turned up, the fancy bike, imagining himself in the Tour de France. I'm not saying that's what PG is doing, but he does seem to have dove right into it.

this is the impression i get as well, you put it into words better than i could.
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