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post #35026 of 44973
When I wore them my first thought was man these are shiny haha, quality is great I just had an aesthetic problem with them. I didn't even wear them around, would be very interested in how you would put them in a fit cause I had no idea how, hence why I didn't keep
post #35027 of 44973
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

 

Just sent my payment but you beat me to it. So so so so excited.

 

On another note, just got my Plokhov Cardigan I posted up here last week. Thing is absolutely amazing. Didn't expect it to weigh 5 pounds but it fits perfectly and is exactly what I was hoping for. Definitely posting some fits this weekend. 

post #35028 of 44973
Aw man they are that shiny?! Ln-ccs pictures made them look pretty matte. Well, I guess I'll see
post #35029 of 44973
IPA I posted up there was interesting... not my favorite but worth trying. Definitely tasted like advertised, an IPA with Belgium influences. I went to school in San Diego so I've tried almost everything Stone has put out. My favorite is the Oaked Arrogant Bastard. The self righteous is just too bitter for me.

Clothing related:

post #35030 of 44973
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Originally Posted by jwoowoo View Post

Aw man they are that shiny?! Ln-ccs pictures made them look pretty matte. Well, I guess I'll see

They look like patent leather in the photo Regis posted. The finish looks more matte (and better) in yours.
post #35031 of 44973
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They look like patent leather in the photo Regis posted. Your photo just looks of poor quality.

FTFY
post #35032 of 44973
It would not surprise me if there are two versions of it. I would jump on that LNCC one if it is indeed a more matte finish and not the pictures

Also for the dudes that asked about the cardigan/T thing, it is better seen here

http://www.ssense.com/men/product/maison_martin_margiela/white_and_ivory_layered_printed_v-neck_sweater/68246
post #35033 of 44973
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Originally Posted by g transistor View Post
 ...but I'm done paying dumb amounts of money for sneakers.

 

 

Expensive sneakers are something I've never understood. Nobody gives a fuck what sneakers you're wearing and *IMHO* expensive sneakers don't look better anyways.

post #35034 of 44973
Dorje you're buddhist. Have a little more compassion.
post #35035 of 44973
this kid in like 3 of my classes has a pair of grey CPs he wears everyday and they look painfully mediocre
post #35036 of 44973
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Originally Posted by Dorje View Post

Expensive sneakers are something I've never understood. Nobody gives a fuck what sneakers you're wearing and *IMHO* expensive sneakers don't look better anyways.

Same argument can be made about any clothing item. Or almost anything else for that matter.
post #35037 of 44973
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Edited by the shah - 4/21/13 at 7:55am
post #35038 of 44973
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Originally Posted by ImaPro View Post


Same argument can be made about any clothing item. Or almost anything else for that matter.

 

 

Disagree, up to a point... For example with leather shoes/boots you're just not going to get high quality leather or construction until you spend a certain amount of money. Sneakers aren't resoleable and they get tossed after they get worn so even if you get a better quality product spending more money they are still a disposable product with a much shorter life compared to a quality shoe or boot.

 

I can see spending money for a high quality product, but not for sneakers. You're not getting more for your money unless you just like the way they look, which is fine. IMO there's plenty of cheap sneakers that look fine too.

post #35039 of 44973
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Originally Posted by the shah View Post

nm

 

 

I read what you posted.

 

Don't give a fuck. biggrin.gif

 

And btw, real oud is an acquired taste, sorry you don't like it. If you haven't noticed, just about every perfumer in the world has been working with it (synthetic mostly) lately, it's becoming fairly mainstream at this point. I'm happy you don't like it, less people to drive prices up.

post #35040 of 44973
we've never had this discussion before
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