alright, so good news - waxed and oiled cloth is viable now. We are gonna hopefully incorporate this into our line, but it will take some R+D time.
The same way we exercise many permutations with the same limited base of leather, and do the same with melton wool, I want to do a whole series of interpretations based on oiled cloth. I think I will skip wax cloth as I don't like how it looks over time, whereas oil cloth just looks better with age.
Fuck me, another way to get me to buy another leather.
Might as well just auto-pay you money every month instead of saving.
I think it was like 34 degrees this morning. Thermal + button down shirt + ToJ1 = toasty. 50 degrees tonight and t shirt and ToJ1 was warm as well.
After seeing that burgundy ToJ1 I want one, but I must resist..
Finally, what do people usually wear footwear wise with their grey MDRs?
Mine's band collar rather than minimalist, but I almost always wear boots, either pull-on chelseas, side-zips, or back-zips. Sometimes burgundy CP training boots. Looks fine with both black and brown shoes, since there are some green and brown undertones in the medium grey.
Originally Posted by impolyt_one
that's a pretty good idea actually.
The guy who mentioned that IKEA has free measuring tapes though - bloody genius, even I didn't remember that. Go get meatballs and a measuring tape, it'll be like $2 out the door.
Also, a friend of mine swears IKEA's chocolate cake is among the best she's ever had.
Gotta close the bridge properly. Factoring in the distance between your bridge and the cue ball, there's very little chance you'd hit the cue ball where you'd want using that configuration.
: I know, no-one cares.
There's very little chance I'd know where I wanted to hit it