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post #13396 of 16676

by support i really meant that i like the socks that have the tighter band that kind of wraps around the middle of your foot.

was hoping to grab something off amazon prime as i have a bunch of amazon gift cards right now.  i've been looking at reviews on there.

post #13397 of 16676

^ Under Armour

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Originally Posted by hoodyear View Post
 

^ Under Armour

 

are their boot socks a little thicker tho?  id like the boot socks to be a little beefier than normal athletic socks.

if so i'm sold...i'll buy anything Under Armour.

post #13399 of 16676

Yes, they're thicker. The heavy cushions especially so.

post #13400 of 16676
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looking for boot sock recommendations.  just got a pair of Oak Street Trench boots and need to grab a few new pairs of year round boot socks.  Looking for something nicely padded and supportive.  thanks.

Top tier - White Mountaineering

Costco has good Merino wool socks, great value too
post #13401 of 16676
Thoughts on cotton navy jacket and grey wool pants? Does the fabric have to match?
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Originally Posted by jmaudi0 View Post

looking for boot sock recommendations.  just got a pair of Oak Street Trench boots and need to grab a few new pairs of year round boot socks.  Looking for something nicely padded and supportive.  thanks.
I like SmartWool.
post #13403 of 16676
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- Henleys should be used only as a layering piece and not be visible. If you want to wear t-shirts your best bet is scoop-necks/u-necks (similar to crewnecks but with larger neck-openings)
Henley's! I like wearing them as a top layer.

Apparently so does someone at PutThisOn

http://putthison.com/post/61593545762/the-occasional-henley-so-lately-ive-been-wearing
post #13404 of 16676
I'm going on a road trip and my Allen Edmonds dress shoes will be left in my trunk all day. Is that enough time for the leather to dry out? Should I maybe put them in a insulated bag or something to keep them cooler? Thanks.
post #13405 of 16676
Any glasses similar to these ray bans. Cheaper, preferably black?

post #13406 of 16676
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Originally Posted by shiser View Post
 

Anyone know where can I get this coat from in the UK? or what is it called?

 

Wrapped up: The star wore a warm coat for the chilly weather

 

thanks

 

Anyone?

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I recently bought some Clarks Bushacres from Amazon. I bought them in the same size as my old CDBs and that was a mistake, Bushacres do not run nearly as large as CDBs, so I exchanged them for my correct size.

The new ones arrived today and I'm not sure if I'm happy with them. Here are two photos I took:

http://imgur.com/gvmrWUF,gaIAB3O#1 The white material is supposed to run in a line around the base of the shoe. On the inner part of the left shoe, there isn't any.

http://imgur.com/gvmrWUF,gaIAB3O#0 A thin line of sticky glue had dribbled onto the side of this shoe. I pulled the glue up, which left a line with uncolored leather underneath. I'm pretty sure I can fix this by rubbing the nearby material and smoothing it over, since it's such a thin line.

It's mostly the missing white material that I care about. Would you bother to return these or just keep them? If it was from a local store it would be an easy fix, but I'd have to re-order from Amazon and send these back. It doesn't cost anything, but I'd have to bother with returning them and placing a new order and waiting a week etc., all just for part of a white line.... still, I like my brand new products to look new and not have flaws in them.

I know this is pretty unimportant but I'd appreciate some input on what you would do if you received these. Thanks.

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Anyone?

Probably Paul Harnden. Prepare for $$$$$$.

ETA: or maybe CCP
post #13409 of 16676

any good sleek grey suede boots similar to guidi that are a little less pricey?

post #13410 of 16676
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Probably Paul Harnden. Prepare for $$$$$$.

ETA: or maybe CCP

It's Harnden
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