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post #1741 of 6053
kind of wish the cropped faux leather pants didn't have that visible zip in the front but i just can't say no.
post #1742 of 6053
How are RG belts?
post #1743 of 6053
^mello has I think
post #1744 of 6053
oh mellowjello bestow upon me your knowledge of thee geller robert belt
post #1745 of 6053
Are you looking at the Walter belt? As far as I know they are all made by different companies.

I have the two skinny studded suede ones from FW11 made by HTC and they are kinda cheesy. Edges aren't really finished, the studs on the tan one aren't really straight. The black one is one layer, tan is two stuck together, both are pretty stretchy for leather.

The Walter one is a bit "nicer" I guess, but I don't know who made it. It's probably worth it for the $70 or whatever on the corner but other than that I would not buy unless you are a silly OCD Geller whore like me. I love all three of them.

I've heard the older one made by Driftwood was really nice. Then there was the wrap belt for SS11 that I thought was kinda silly and the ones for SS13 are one size only again I think but they look pretty cool. I wonder if they will actually be available anywhere.
post #1746 of 6053
thanks

looking at this one:
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post #1747 of 6053
http://www.forwardforward.com/fw/DisplayProduct.jsp?code=RERX-MP16&d=Mens

Just received the above Geller pants - they are very very comfy with the cotton/linen blend - if anyone here wears a 50 in Geller pants I implore you to buy these - you will not be disappointed.
Use the code tulip for a further 10% off and at $140 and free shipping they are a steal.
post #1748 of 6053
I have those in black. They are very comfy. I think you should size down for them though.
post #1749 of 6053
True I went with a 48 and my true waist is 33.5 and they were a tad loose on me .. 46 would have been perfect given the drawstring waist.
post #1750 of 6053
isnt a looser fit on these ideal? ima 33 and been thinking bout kopping.
post #1751 of 6053
a get the looser fit with a 48 - a 50 will be too big for you.
post #1752 of 6053
I see you ebay scarf buyer! foo.gif
post #1753 of 6053

Are those extra-long bib shirts/tanks only supposed to be layered under things? Long story but I 'accidentally' bought one awhile ago.  They're kinda expensive for what amounts to a dickbib.

post #1754 of 6053
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

Are those extra-long bib shirts/tanks only supposed to be layered under things? Long story but I 'accidentally' bought one awhile ago.  They're kinda expensive for what amounts to a dickbib.

I would only wear them for layering.
post #1755 of 6053
I have a number nine tank that is a similar shape. Sometimes I wear it on its own and other times I layer.
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