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They are general release and I think you can even Nike ID them. Should be easy to get anywhere.

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Put some ripple soles on the bottom?
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The sock darts are great. I tried to get some for my girlfriend as well but failed to size right. The standard men's colors are not amazing, but I've been needing a pair of bright orange shoes since my flyknits died.
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Being inspired by AlgisLT's blue jeans & white tee look got me searching for espadrilles and a statement necklace

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Put some ripple soles on the bottom?


who makes these?

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Dior Homme, not sure what season. Shout out to Zenmarket!
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Managed to snag a pair of Nonnative traveler trainers from the Coverchord sale.

Brief rant:

My credit card company has a tendency - albeit an unpredictable tendency - to flag international transactions made with my credit card. Okayama Denim and End Clothing go through with no problem, but Matches and apparently Coverchord are potential cause for alarm. I figured there was a decent chance that they would deny the transaction, so I thought I'd be smart about it and call them in advance. I specifically told them the name of the store, the day I would place the order, and a rough estimate of the dollar value of the transaction. They say no problem, they'll let it through and call me if they have questions, and I wait until the next price drop and then try to place my order.

Here's where things could have been better on Coverchord's end, recognizing that I'm probably reading a less-than-stellar translation from Japanese to English: I try to place the transaction, and I get an inventory error message that appears to tell me that my size is out of stock. The product listing still shows size 4 as available, though, and allows me to remove it from my cart and add it back. I keep retrying the transaction, hoping it's a technical issue with the web site that will get resolved. I still can't get the transaction to go through, so I give up and go to bed.

The next morning I check the web site, and size 4 still appears to be available. I give it another shot with the same result. This time, however, my credit card company finally calls me and asks about the transaction going through, which they had blocked. I tried to explain the ridiculousness of the situation, and the rep tells me that the hold they placed was automatic and there was essentially nothing they could do. I'm pretty sure she never acknowledged seeing any notes on the account related to my call the day before. Regardless, she says they'll remove the hold, I can try my transaction again, and this time it finally goes through.

Overall I think it's a good thing that my credit card company tries to flag sketchy-looking transactions and prevent credit card theft before any charges are racked up, but it's kind of bullshit that I made a request, they said they'd honor the request, and then exactly the thing I was trying to prevent from happening happened anyway. They have a process in place for travel plans so they don't freeze the card when a transaction from a different city shows up, so why shouldn't the same thing be possible with overseas online transactions?
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Barny Nakhle

 


Edited by Melbush - 7/25/16 at 1:52pm
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Managed to snag a pair of Nonnative traveler trainers from the Coverchord sale.

Brief rant:

My credit card company has a tendency - albeit an unpredictable tendency - to flag international transactions made with my credit card. Okayama Denim and End Clothing go through with no problem, but Matches and apparently Coverchord are potential cause for alarm. I figured there was a decent chance that they would deny the transaction, so I thought I'd be smart about it and call them in advance. I specifically told them the name of the store, the day I would place the order, and a rough estimate of the dollar value of the transaction. They say no problem, they'll let it through and call me if they have questions, and I wait until the next price drop and then try to place my order.

Here's where things could have been better on Coverchord's end, recognizing that I'm probably reading a less-than-stellar translation from Japanese to English: I try to place the transaction, and I get an inventory error message that appears to tell me that my size is out of stock. The product listing still shows size 4 as available, though, and allows me to remove it from my cart and add it back. I keep retrying the transaction, hoping it's a technical issue with the web site that will get resolved. I still can't get the transaction to go through, so I give up and go to bed.

The next morning I check the web site, and size 4 still appears to be available. I give it another shot with the same result. This time, however, my credit card company finally calls me and asks about the transaction going through, which they had blocked. I tried to explain the ridiculousness of the situation, and the rep tells me that the hold they placed was automatic and there was essentially nothing they could do. I'm pretty sure she never acknowledged seeing any notes on the account related to my call the day before. Regardless, she says they'll remove the hold, I can try my transaction again, and this time it finally goes through.

Overall I think it's a good thing that my credit card company tries to flag sketchy-looking transactions and prevent credit card theft before any charges are racked up, but it's kind of bullshit that I made a request, they said they'd honor the request, and then exactly the thing I was trying to prevent from happening happened anyway. They have a process in place for travel plans so they don't freeze the card when a transaction from a different city shows up, so why shouldn't the same thing be possible with overseas online transactions?

This sounds like capital one, no use calling ahead.
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Being inspired by AlgisLT's blue jeans & white tee look got me searching for espadrilles and a statement necklace

2s6rhfl.jpg

The only statement that necklace makes is that you're a victim.
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Wore it today with one of my DIY shirts and it actually works. Several people gave me weird looks, complimented by a couple of people and one girl pointed at me and says pika pika so to each his own
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EG linen blend

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EG batik

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orSlow

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Barny Nakhle



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Barny Nakhle

 


These look like they are made from chocolate-covered coconut

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