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Cabourn linen trousers to replace an unworn pair in a size larger. Didn't get to wear them before losing 15-20lbs...


ARN Mercantile trousers
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 I love this new jacket. The moment I put in on it became one of my favorite pieces ever.

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and a new pair of black 510's.
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skitlets got the toiletry bag in today and it's robust as fuck

nice thick waxed canvas that just molds to whatever shape you want or shit you put in it, nice leather pull tabs that are actually useful and solid zipper...size is smallish but exactly what I wanted since I'm simplifying my travel kit so enough room for essentials

handmade, no frills, solid design for 75 bucks you can't go wrong and I looked at tons of these things online but most were too fancy this is like some shit shoreman would use, straight rugged clean shit and if anything spills on a flight should clean up easy
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Another spin on the MMMr Porter roulette:


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Probably all going back as usual. But free returns so, why not
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got an inis meain cardi and a roberto collina turtleneck.
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Thanks Jet, just placed an order. Been looking for a decently priced dopp kit for a while and this looks to fit the bill.
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

skitlets got the toiletry bag in today and it's robust as fuck

nice thick waxed canvas that just molds to whatever shape you want or shit you put in it, nice leather pull tabs that are actually useful and solid zipper...size is smallish but exactly what I wanted since I'm simplifying my travel kit so enough room for essentials

handmade, no frills, solid design for 75 bucks you can't go wrong and I looked at tons of these things online but most were too fancy this is like some shit shoreman would use, straight rugged clean shit and if anything spills on a flight should clean up easy

Lol I do dig KM, I've talked with the guy who runs it and have ordered a couple times (garden shears and a pepper mill).
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post

Probably all going back as usual. But free returns so, why not

What size? If 48, might kop off you if it doesn't work out
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Shit I forgot to mention if you sign up for the newsletter he sends you a $7 coupon as well. Nice shop.
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

skitlets got the toiletry bag in today and it's robust as fuck

nice thick waxed canvas that just molds to whatever shape you want or shit you put in it, nice leather pull tabs that are actually useful and solid zipper...size is smallish but exactly what I wanted since I'm simplifying my travel kit so enough room for essentials

handmade, no frills, solid design for 75 bucks you can't go wrong and I looked at tons of these things online but most were too fancy this is like some shit shoreman would use, straight rugged clean shit and if anything spills on a flight should clean up easy

What bag are you talking about? I need a good toiletry bag.

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http://www.anticboutik.com/accessories/1415-potential-black.html

I'd given this up for lost when they sold out at Oki-ni in like, day 2 after they got them. Then.., bam... New bag for my adventures. This and a leather backpack, and it's all good to go.
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Invisalign. Puts a hurt on copping power frown.gif
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