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post #46 of 452
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post some pics man
what do i look like i have 8 arms
post #47 of 452
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Pretty horrible recommendations in here, aside from ToJ. Restart thread?

Do I go to where you work and slap that dick outta your mouth? Stop shitting threads you fucktard.
post #48 of 452
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Do I go to where you work and slap that dick outta your mouth? Stop shitting threads you fucktard.

lol Fumma's jokes are funny.
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lol Fumma's jokes are funny.

It's better when you say it to a lady. Instant reaction.
post #50 of 452
AW 06 100% wool suspicious, guy is creepy, but looks really warm
post #51 of 452
I personally can't do this whole gypsy thing (I don't layer much and very often wear a sportscoat underneath). I wear either leather jackets, bombers or menswear overcoats. Wearing a navy cashmere overcoat today.
post #52 of 452
I just want that wool wrap coat because i'm cold. i think heirloom has an iteration and he looks warm. but ultimately it's just appealing in theory as i would not wear it anywhere (maybe go for groceries ?). thick sweater + coat is all i need. can't believe Moth is so schizophrenic with that CDGH+ wool coat !
post #53 of 452
I don't understand how Canadians can handle winter. I have lived here for years now and every winter I bitch about how cold it is. My new plan of attack for Winter 2010 is to wear triple (last year was double) heat tech longjohns under bigger jeans, get a big Buzz Rickson's parka, triple heat tech and a sweater under that, triple heat tech socks and work boots, and not go outside.
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I don't understand how Canadians can handle winter.

That's like asking how a fish handles living in the water.
post #55 of 452
Thread Starter 
Jeans aren't the greatest way to handle the cold. Sure, they're heavy, but cotton isn't very heat retaining, and it's like having a cold sheet of ice on you. You want flannel, son.

Seriously don't understand how people wear jeans in winter, but I guess since it is the de facto pant for millions of people.
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I personally can't do this whole gypsy thing (I don't layer much and very often wear a sportscoat underneath). I wear either leather jackets, bombers or menswear overcoats. Wearing a navy cashmere overcoat today.

See, I am constantly trying to find an alternative to a sportcoat. I will wear any kind of formless top piece before I have to choose sportcoat. Just personal preference... I guess i want to look like I'm wearing some kind of sweater or turtleneck year round.
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Does my new Good Wear horsehide jacket make the cut?
No. Fits well, but is the definition of bland.
post #58 of 452
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
I don't understand how Canadians can handle winter. I have lived here for years now and every winter I bitch about how cold it is. My new plan of attack for Winter 2010 is to wear triple (last year was double) heat tech longjohns under bigger jeans, get a big Buzz Rickson's parka, triple heat tech and a sweater under that, triple heat tech socks and work boots, and not go outside.

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That's like asking how a fish handles living in the water.

This. At least now beanies and boots are cool. When I was in high school, no one ever wore a hat in the winter unless it hit -15 C or so.
post #59 of 452
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haha for real, i bought a Canada Goose for fuck's sake. that julius down is so cool looking but it would probably shatter in Montreal.

I live in Winnipeg, which is bad enough when it's warm outside. Winter just makes it completely on every level.

On topic, wrt baller outerwear, does anyone have any experience with m.a+ outerwear? I like the way that raglan coat that Atelier has looks. Probably will never cop, but I'm interested if anyone can speak on it.
post #60 of 452


Dries van Noten FW 09 Ponyhair coat. Ballin'.



Vintage Miyake



Individual Sentiments



Raf (from 05?)



Rick Owens from a couple seasons ago..



45RPM - thinking about trying to build/commission a modified version of this.
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