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PTO Roundup! Extravaganza!
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Anyone have any idea what the hell this Zegna "vest" is?

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Originally Posted by evandb View Post

Anyone have any idea what the hell this Zegna "vest" is?

 

Looks like some kind of apron.. or kung fu fighters suit!

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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

I have to be honest... those look like they're made from scrotums.

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St.Crispins are back, US 8, at a VERY good $495.


(my pics of my shoes that I bought from him)





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That tchotchke geezer gets a lot of top stuff for reasonable prices.
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Isn't this the Edward Green logo on the sole of these Peal & Co shoes?
http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Peal-Co.%C2%AE-Lightweight-Perforated-Wingtip-Bals/617H,default,pd.html?dwvar_617H_Color=BRWN&contentpos=2&cgid=0494
If so, whoever is a 11.5D should snap them up! For some reason I thought that the "lightweight" shoes were by Loake. Is this just the wrong pic? I didn't realize EG was making any Peal shoes.

Edit: It's definitely the wrong pic, nevermind.
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For anyone interested in those pair of Saint Crispin, I believe they are closer towards a US 9 than a US 8, since the tagged size in the description is 7 1/2F Saint crispin.

I wear a UK7.5 in most Carminas and have to size down to 7F in Saint Crispin.
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thank god the sc is not my size.

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Originally Posted by SimonC View Post

Saint Crispins seller also had utility boots
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Saint-Crispins-Utility-Boot-mens-/170942727931

Fixed that for you.
Great link, thanks Simon. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Dunhill (Double Check) Sterling Silver Lighter

Gorgeous, can't justify spending nearly $250 on a lighter though.
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^^ It's a good price for a Sterling Silver Dunhill lighter (if indeed it is Dunhill - would need to check under the cap).

These are nice if you missed out on the BB C&J PB Boots:

Trickers Pebble Grain Boots on Dainite Sole UK 8
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