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They do use Salmon skin as an exotic sometimes (seriously)

 

 

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My reply was definitely serious, there are lots of different fish species from which you can get leather ;).

Although they are not so often used in shoemaking because of their (relative) weakness 

 

Thanks guys.... they are a pair of Bruno Magli drivers... :embar:

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Is this Patagonia womens or mens? Many time is says women or men on the tag but this one doesn't. Thanks!!

 

Measurements: Size L

 

P2P: 22

FC: 26

BC: 26

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #29778 of 30425
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

They do use Salmon skin as an exotic sometimes (seriously)

I see a lot of things made of salmon skin here in Alaska. That could def. be salmon skin. 

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Is this Patagonia womens or mens? Many time is says women or men on the tag but this one doesn't. Thanks!!

 

Measurements: Size L

 

P2P: 22

FC: 26

BC: 26

 

 


 

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With those measurements, I'd assume womens. What side is the zipper on? Also, is there a little white tag on the side inside the vest?

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Originally Posted by My Main Man View Post
 

With those measurements, I'd assume womens. What side is the zipper on? Also, is there a little white tag on the side inside the vest?


Thanks!

 

Here is the internal tag.

 

 

The zipper pull is on the right hand side, same as a "man's" jacket that I wear. I've read in other sources that the zipper pull side could be either for men or women..

 

I do have a near identical fleece that is tagged as womens. However it has little ribbons on the zipper pulls... :-)

 

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Originally Posted by classicthrifter View Post
 


Thanks!

 

Here is the internal tag.

 

 

The zipper pull is on the right hand side, same as a "man's" jacket that I wear. I've read in other sources that the zipper pull side could be either for men or women..

 

I do have a near identical fleece that is tagged as womens. However it has little ribbons on the zipper pulls... :-)

 

Appears to be mens. I'll be damned. I figured with how short it was, it had to be womens.

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Unless it has darts to accommodate the bust, I'm not sure how one tells a men's vest from women's anyway.

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Incredible. I was leaning womens as well. Now I have to write this down and remember it for next time. Thanks again!

post #29784 of 30425
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Originally Posted by Chotii View Post
 

 

Unless it has darts to accommodate the bust, I'm not sure how one tells a men's vest from women's anyway.


Yep. I feel the same way, but someone wanting to return something might not. :D

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Yep. I feel the same way, but someone wanting to return something might not. :D

 

True, dat, but I tend to list those things in unisex and describe them as 'I believe this is men's, but if the measurements work, then there's no reason a woman can't wear it."

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On the subject of taxes... need a new laptop and printer. What % of a computer purchase do you guys write off, and do you actually have any records supporting % of business use like the IRS wants?
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

On the subject of taxes... need a new laptop and printer. What % of a computer purchase do you guys write off, and do you actually have any records supporting % of business use like the IRS wants?

Definitely talk to a tax professional but as far as I understand it, you just take the percentage you use the computer for work vs non-work and that is the amount you can write off. 

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The question is how do you determine that amount? Does anyone actually log every minute they use the computer to figure it out?
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

The question is how do you determine that amount? Does anyone actually log every minute they use the computer to figure it out?

I would  just guess a %. I am just unsure if you would depreciate it or not. I have had a CPA last two years. When I did buy a couple computers I just deducted it 100%, but looking back it may have been a depreciation deal. I should add I have 4 computers the couple purchased are about 100% used for business. Now I just consult my CPA on things of this sort. This is all how I would handle it but I don't want to give tax advice as I am not a professional.

 

https://www.irs.gov/publications/p946/ch02.html 

 

I think I edited this post about 5 times. There's some gray areas in taxes. How many of you guys pay use tax on ebay purchases? Don't answer that...


Edited by rhz5001 - 10/9/16 at 2:01pm
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

On the subject of taxes... need a new laptop and printer. What % of a computer purchase do you guys write off, and do you actually have any records supporting % of business use like the IRS wants?

 

 

My label printer is 100% for the business, and is accounted as such.

 

My laptop is about 50/50 for personal use. I wrote off half of it on last year's taxes.

 

Phone/data plan, internet, etc are similar. I also use almost exactly 25% of my house for my home office and storage area.

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