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post #661 of 16696
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Buy Vans socks. Go to their website. You will find what you seek there.

Yeah but specifically the loafer socks. I think that's what they're called. Well, Vans probably doesn't call them loafer socks but that's what they are
post #662 of 16696
awesome, thanks.
post #663 of 16696
I am thinking of getting a tanner belt on ebay from here http://cgi.ebay.com/Tanner-Goods-Sta...item439df7dc2d However, the guy has no feedback...should I risk it?
post #664 of 16696
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Originally Posted by click here View Post
I am thinking of getting a tanner belt on ebay from here

http://cgi.ebay.com/Tanner-Goods-Sta...item439df7dc2d

However, the guy has no feedback...should I risk it?

Looks legit. Just make sure you pay with a credit card. NOT a check card or debit card.
post #665 of 16696
Chucks.... ahhh how their sizing sucks.

My normal size shoe is 8.5-9 depending on the shoe... my friend that wears chucks also wears 8.5 in most shoes but wears 7 in chucks, so i did the same. Length wise they seem ok.. maybe a little short but they are so narrow they kind of hurt the side of my foot - and i have narrow feet.

I ordered a pair in 8 from zappos because they don't list half sizes for the colors i wanted, and i received them but they feel roomier than i figured they would. There is an inch and a half beyond the end of my toe but i no longer feel like theyre being strangled width wise.

Would it be smarter to keep the 7 suffer and hope they stretch or go with the 8s and just wear them a little big? I'm also going to put in a pair of insoles to make up for the non existant arch support so that may close the gap a tiny bit, but still...
post #666 of 16696
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Originally Posted by splattered View Post
Chucks.... ahhh how their sizing sucks.

My normal size shoe is 8.5-9 depending on the shoe... my friend that wears chucks also wears 8.5 in most shoes but wears 7 in chucks, so i did the same. Length wise they seem ok.. maybe a little short but they are so narrow they kind of hurt the side of my foot - and i have narrow feet.

I ordered a pair in 8 from zappos because they don't list half sizes for the colors i wanted, and i received them but they feel roomier than i figured they would. There is an inch and a half beyond the end of my toe but i no longer feel like theyre being strangled width wise.

Would it be smarter to keep the 7 suffer and hope they stretch or go with the 8s and just wear them a little big? I'm also going to put in a pair of insoles to make up for the non existant arch support so that may close the gap a tiny bit, but still...

The 7's will never be comfortable and the 8's probably won't work either. There are a few websites that stock half sizes. I think the sweet spot for you size 7.5. Do they have your colors at http://www.shoes.com/Shopping/Produc...19&pg=5080628?

You should also be able to order directly from Converse.com.
post #667 of 16696
Would a quarter of a size make that much difference? I mean a US7 vs a US8 is .5" difference.

i usually wear my athletic shoes and boots with an inch of room, and even though i have around an inch with the US7 the narrow width makes it feel much smaller... don't think a US8 with an insert would work?
post #668 of 16696
I'm about to invest in a very nice funnel neck cardigan, and am trying to decide between navy or black. Which will be a more versatile color, or are they pretty much equal? Would be wearing it in both casual and dressier situations. Thanks in advance!
post #669 of 16696
Yes. Seems minimal, but it's huge! Trust me. I know from experience.
post #670 of 16696
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Originally Posted by click here View Post
I am thinking of getting a tanner belt on ebay from here

http://cgi.ebay.com/Tanner-Goods-Sta...item439df7dc2d

However, the guy has no feedback...should I risk it?

hah saw this same sale last night.. didn't see the zero feedback though. I use eBay all the time and don't think I ever bought from someone without at least a dozen or more feedback.. I think eBay offers pretty decent protection these days if you do end up getting screwed, which is prolly unlikely any ways.
post #671 of 16696
click here: Why would you buy that? The description is shoddy and appears to be copied from something. The picture looks wayyyy too good for a small time seller. Its gotta be a scam.
post #672 of 16696
I just wrote the seller a message asking for pics of the actual belt to see if he/she has them in their possession. Let's see what happens.
post #673 of 16696
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Originally Posted by vezatron View Post
click here: Why would you buy that? The description is shoddy and appears to be copied from something. The picture looks wayyyy too good for a small time seller. Its gotta be a scam.
Cheaper than the actual site plus I don't have to wait weeks for the belt to be made. But I agree, something about the listing seems dodgy to me. The seller is also selling tanner belts with no belt holes which is weird.
post #674 of 16696
anyone know how the pendleton for opening ceremony shirts fit? i'm guessing it's a more modern slim fit because of the collaboration, but i just want confirmation
post #675 of 16696
Can anyone vouch for the quality / construction of APC Petite Standard - Gabardine Cotton trousers / slacks or whatever these are? I've been on a hunt for sub $200 durable pants for a while. I had my eye on NDG Utility Jeans, but they've disappeared in my size on Context / Blackbird.

http://www.contextclothing.com/item....m_medium=email

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