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post #3931 of 15842
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Originally Posted by altemp View Post
Anyone know the cheapest way to get loopwheeled shirts in North America? Or a location to get them from?

Joe McCoy is really expensive and don't like much of SDA's designs.

Loopwheeled stuff isn't cheap, unfortunately. If you are asking about sweatshirts, Samurai and Nike also make them, but they all cost a little over $200 retail in North America. BiG has the Samurais, the Nike Store has the Nike brand ones.

If you are looking for t-shirts, they are cheaper than sweatshirts, but they still go for $80-$90 a pop. Flat Head makes some nice ones, and Self Edge carries those.
post #3932 of 15842
For loop-wheeled garments I find that brands like The Flat Head, Cushman's, Deluxeware, Riding High, etc are really good - your best bet other than BiG or SE would probably be Rakuten or another Japanese webstore.

Thinking about kopping a Cushman's loopwheeled jacket...
post #3933 of 15842
http://uscheckout.apc.fr/browse.cfm/4,850.html

I'm a large in BoO shirts, will a medium in this shirt fit me?
post #3934 of 15842
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post
anyone know who has cp's on sale? need a guft for someone stat

Odin.
post #3935 of 15842
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post
anyone know who has cp's on sale? need a guft for someone stat

thecorner.com too . . . limited sizes though . . .
post #3936 of 15842
thanks fellas
post #3937 of 15842
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Originally Posted by commodorewheeler View Post
Loopwheeled stuff isn't cheap, unfortunately. If you are asking about sweatshirts, Samurai and Nike also make them, but they all cost a little over $200 retail in North America. BiG has the Samurais, the Nike Store has the Nike brand ones.

If you are looking for t-shirts, they are cheaper than sweatshirts, but they still go for $80-$90 a pop. Flat Head makes some nice ones, and Self Edge carries those.


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Originally Posted by mikecch View Post
For loop-wheeled garments I find that brands like The Flat Head, Cushman's, Deluxeware, Riding High, etc are really good - your best bet other than BiG or SE would probably be Rakuten or another Japanese webstore.

Thinking about kopping a Cushman's loopwheeled jacket...

Thanks to both of you!
post #3938 of 15842
Can anyone ID this trench? Thanks!
post #3939 of 15842
what are the best websites that ship to Canada?
post #3940 of 15842
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Originally Posted by Phiberglass View Post
Can anyone ID this trench? Thanks!
http://us.burberry.com/product/index...entPage=family looks like this one http://us.burberry.com/product/index...entPage=family or that one, it's shorter in length
post #3941 of 15842
what to wear with: and tucked/untucked mainly looking for suggestions for bottoms, although overall suggestions appreciated too
post #3942 of 15842
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Originally Posted by cowsareforeating View Post
what to wear with:


and tucked/untucked

mainly looking for suggestions for bottoms, although overall suggestions appreciated too

These are the shit. I think you can work these into pretty much everything.
post #3943 of 15842
thats what i thought too when i bought them but they have me stumped.... i normally wear raw denim thats slimmer and i dont tuck and while it doesn't look bad, it doesn't look as amazing as i'd hoped
post #3944 of 15842
^^ what black shoes are those?
post #3945 of 15842
They are yuketens. Grey/black herringbone hunt boots. Not from this past years seasons.
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