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how the fit? should i tailor it to be just a tad slimmer? looks straighter in real life tho..

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any suggestions for a reasonably priced white oxford shirt (preferably non-buttondown) that's generous in body but not overly long?
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those boots with white soles (such as red wings) )are they suitable for snow use?
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those boots with white soles (such as red wings) )are they suitable for snow use?


crepe soles are fine on snow. less so on ice, but if they're textured they're about the same as regular rubber. Just going from personal experience here.

 

Do NOT wear them around copious amounts of fuel though. gasoline will melt the shit out of crepe.

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Any recommendations on slim cargo pants?

 

Most of the stores that I've been to their cargo pants feel really thin. I want like heavier/more durable feeling material if possible.

 

Price range up to $300. 

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Any recommendations on slim cargo pants?

Most of the stores that I've been to their cargo pants feel really thin. I want like heavier/more durable feeling material if possible.

Price range up to $300. 

do you have an e30 m3? ive been looking for a decent one for about two years i can use to track.
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Any recommendations on slim cargo pants?

 

Most of the stores that I've been to their cargo pants feel really thin. I want like heavier/more durable feeling material if possible.

 

Price range up to $300. 


I've been eyeing the cargos offered by Park and Bond for some time now.  Maybe they'll have something to suit you: http://www.parkandbond.com/clothing/pants/cargos
 

 

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I have a problem with heel drag, the back outside corner of my soles always wear down extremely fast. This makes me very hesitant when purchasing expensive sneakers with rubber soles.

 

Is there a way to restore rubber soles on sneakers? Is there a way to prolong their life?

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I have a problem with heel drag, the back outside corner of my soles always wear down extremely fast. This makes me very hesitant when purchasing expensive sneakers with rubber soles.

Is there a way to restore rubber soles on sneakers? Is there a way to prolong their life?

heel/toe taps::

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any local shoe repair/cobbler will have them.....shouldn't cost more than $5-10 each ('parts+labor'); or if you have a hammer just buy them in bulk online & d.i.y.
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^are those metal?

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I bought a sweater in size small during the CLAD Men closing sale recently, and unsurprisingly, it turned out to be a little too big. I'm 5"4 and 155 pounds and this 

sweater is too wide around the body. So I was thinking if anyone could suggest some good places to buy boys sweaters? Would that work better? Anyone else

have to do this?

 

I'm fine with pants (to a certain extent) and dress shirts, the issue is sweaters, which I can't find anything which fits me right. 

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So my wife asks me where she can buy a good quality sweater... As in, something that doesn't pill and won't lose its shape.

Currently, she buys sweaters at Ann Taylor Loft and JCrew, and other lower tier retailers. Do any of you guys have suggestions for brands and stores that would carry good quality, moderately priced, women's sweaters?
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looking for a sub 200 black selvage/raw jeans, any ideas besides APC/Levis/Nudie/N&F
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looking for a sub 200 black selvage/raw jeans, any ideas besides APC/Levis/Nudie/N&F

i'd check out april77
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I've been eyeing the cargos offered by Park and Bond for some time now.  Maybe they'll have something to suit you: http://www.parkandbond.com/clothing/pants/cargos
 

 



Thanks, seems like a lot of the pants have 28, 30 ,32 going by evens and my waist is 29 -_-, but I'm going to contact them to see if they can get a 29 for me.


 

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do you have an e30 m3? ive been looking for a decent one for about two years i can use to track.

Nope. I have an e46 M3 atm. Planning on getting an e30 in the future but it won't happen anytime soon since I'm still a freshmen in college.
 

 

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