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KMW 1980's, J.Crew shirt, Dry Bones and Sugar Cane belts

post #1 of 8
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No shipping outdise the US.

Sold

Tagged 32x34, hemmed to 32" inseam. Cold soaked twice, worn on and off for about a year. Great jeans! Unique thick belt loops. Fabric loop installed by tailor for hanging.

Now on Ebay
Measurements:
Waist: 17-1/2"
Length: 32"
Thigh: 12-1/2"
Front Rise: 10-1/4""
Back Rise: 15-1/4"
Knee: 8-1/2"
Hem: 8-1/4"







J.Crew Giant gingham button front shirt $20 free shipping in US

Size small

Underarm to underarm: 20.5"
Shoulders: 17-1/8"
Sleeves: 25-1/4"
Length: 26"



Dry Bones - size 35 $95 free shipping in US
Dual Prong Tan Belt
•100% Steer Hide Thick Leather
•Made in Japan
•1 3/4" Wide






Sugarcane Garrison Belt. Dark Brown. Tagged Size 34. Substantially used. $70 free shipping in US

Tip of pin to middle hole: 35"
Width: 1.6"



post #2 of 8
I wear 40 in common projects; would the Mark McNairy's shoes in 8.5 be too big for me? Thanks.
post #3 of 8
^yes
post #4 of 8
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Added jeans and shirt. Lowered price on shoes from $185>$175.
post #5 of 8
I wear 8 in D&G and true religion. Would the Mcnairs be too big (probably yes but I gotta ask)? They are friggin sweet.
post #6 of 8
Thread Starter 
Sizing on the McNairs is to go 1/2 size down from your normal shoes size. So they would be too big for you Derek. Sorry!
post #7 of 8
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Added Dry Bones belt, lowered prices on jeans.
post #8 of 8
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Price drops
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