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post #20086 of 45107
is gyakusou stuff still available anywhere right now?
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Red Wing 8111 Iron Rangers for $168 shipped from Revolve Clothing (first time customer discount).

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is this picture of you? what are the jeans?
post #20088 of 45107
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is gyakusou stuff still available anywhere right now?

Carve/Blends in Orange Country, CA has the jackets/shirts but no tights or shorts. Ive got way to much of it now and I still want more. Stupid hype. Jet might know a secret spot or something.

They are getting the LunarSpider and LunarGlide in the Gyakusou colors. I think they only run them up to size eleven though, which is useless to me. The price point on the lunarspiders (racing flat) is not any higher than the standard model, which makes me want to grab a pair, but I need them in 12.
post #20089 of 45107
wjk check shirt in black (previous one I bought was blue). Fabric and hardware on these shirts is fantastic-- thick semi stiff material with cool looking metal buttons. And more importantly they look good untucked, something that cannot be said for most button down shirts I've tried.

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post #20090 of 45107
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is gyakusou stuff still available anywhere right now?
Yeah, it should be available in the NSW stores. Just saw it at 21 Mercer and the Niketown stores in NY. Shirts, jackets, shorts, but no tights. Give them a call, you should be able to phone order from at least the Niketown store.
post #20091 of 45107
BB1 every time you post about wjk I want to buy some despite having no idea how it would fit into my style
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I dislike lagunitas

Pete, if you're around, can you re-recommend those 3rd-party pilsners that you recommended a long while back? alternatives to budvar/ pilsner urquell?

I like Victory Prima Pils a lot, that's what I usually recommend, and I drink it often, although it IS fruitier than the original European pils. Bitburger's pilsner is good--abends Bit, morgens fit. Brooklyn makes a decent pils, not sure if it's seasonal. There are lots of other European pilsners with Germanic names. If you're at a bar and you see one you don't recognize (i.e., not Becks, Spaten, Czechvar, St Pauli, etc.) order it and it will probably taste good.
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+1 on prima pils. Ithaca has a good one too, though you probably can't find it.
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I like Victory Prima Pils a lot, that's what I usually recommend, and I drink it often, although it IS fruitier than the original European pils. Bitburger's pilsner is good--abends Bit, morgens fit. Brooklyn makes a decent pils, not sure if it's seasonal. There are lots of other European pilsners with Germanic names. If you're at a bar and you see one you don't recognize (i.e., not Becks, Spaten, Czechvar, St Pauli, etc.) order it and it will probably taste good.

Brooklyn pils is not seasonal. But then again I live in Brooklyn so it's not tough to find Brooklyn brews. Also, if you haven't tried it, the Brooklyn Pennant Ale is really good. It's a little on the lighter side. Goes well with pretty much any food.
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I like Victory Prima Pils a lot, that's what I usually recommend, and I drink it often, although it IS fruitier than the original European pils. Bitburger's pilsner is good--abends Bit, morgens fit. Brooklyn makes a decent pils, not sure if it's seasonal. There are lots of other European pilsners with Germanic names. If you're at a bar and you see one you don't recognize (i.e., not Becks, Spaten, Czechvar, St Pauli, etc.) order it and it will probably taste good.

Thanks. Yes, I love bit and konigs pils' (especially with a brat), I'll have to try the victory prima I suppose.
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

I like Victory Prima Pils a lot, that's what I usually recommend, and I drink it often, although it IS fruitier than the original European pils. Bitburger's pilsner is good--abends Bit, morgens fit. Brooklyn makes a decent pils, not sure if it's seasonal. There are lots of other European pilsners with Germanic names. If you're at a bar and you see one you don't recognize (i.e., not Becks, Spaten, Czechvar, St Pauli, etc.) order it and it will probably taste good.

I'm not a big Pilsner drinker (more ale) but I second the recommendation on Bitburger
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Bitburger always makes me think of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8m2LpYGV0E icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Lovely. Deets?
post #20099 of 45107
2011 MMM line 22 campus boots, bronze aged leather, blake rapid sole, ultimate western dandy boot.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/271653/the-dopest-maison-martin-margiela-ankle-boots-ever-size-44/0_100#post_4908309
post #20100 of 45107
Shucks, my Thom Browne ish just arrived and it's a bit too small. Keeping one shirt, but the other striped shirt and brown cords will be on B&S shortly, PM me if you wanna get in on this before
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