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post #46 of 523
can someone pm me his email and perhaps a link to his photobucket account?
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post #48 of 523
look at the pictures about a page back (hint, hint)
post #49 of 523
I received my belt today and its a disappointment. The tongue slot is kinda large and not centered. The first screw is further from the tongue slot so the buckle runs really loose. The leather keeper is also loose and seems far back. I told him about this when he showed me the preliminary pictures but disregarded it anyways. Another annoying thing is that when I wear the belt, the front bulges out and doesn't lay flat. I am not an expert but the craftsmanship seems off from my LGC belts.

I wanted a belt just like socialdtk, but this is the one I got...
post #50 of 523
So it's been a few months since I received my bag now and it's darkened up beautifully. One thing I have to emphasize is that nearly every girl in my uni course comments on how much they love the bag, they LOVE IT. I took an old canvas messenger bag one day and everyone asked where my nice leather one was. It's a testament to how awesome unlucky is. Can't say how happy I am with it, it's just so good.
post #51 of 523
^pics plz
post #52 of 523
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Originally Posted by pronxs View Post
^pics plz
+1
post #53 of 523
Are unlucky's belts as thick as the belts from Tanner Goods?
post #54 of 523
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Originally Posted by milosz View Post
How is that Skull repro designed?
ID holder w/ pocket underneath, two-sided flap of card slots, card slots on other side?

another pocket on the back side of the card slot flap, other than that, you're spot on.
post #55 of 523
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Originally Posted by thomasec View Post
Are unlucky's belts as thick as the belts from Tanner Goods?

I've never had a Tanner belt but I asked scott for a thick cowhide belt and he used some 17 oz saddle skirting, so significantly heavier than any of the Tanner belts.
post #56 of 523




its a little darker now, but theres no sun anymore.
post #57 of 523
can you fit 14" laptop there? i assume from the pics, there are not much more space for power cords, books, etc.
post #58 of 523
scott will make the bag the the specs you want, mine could easily fit a 14' notebook, and cords, i only use it for books though.
post #59 of 523
Thread Starter 
My bag is 15" wide x 12" tall x 3.5" deep and I can fit my laptop (14"), power cords, and 2-3 textbooks
post #60 of 523
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Originally Posted by Wrigglez View Post

Yes! I was waiting for those pics! That bag is awesome.
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