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post #31 of 116
Whoever's planning on buying those O&S trousers--just spend a little more and get the real thing: http://www.boylstontradingco.com/cargo-trousers.html
post #32 of 116
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post

Whoever's planning on buying those O&S trousers--just spend a little more and get the real thing: http://www.boylstontradingco.com/cargo-trousers.html

Those arent wool.

post #33 of 116
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Bitch stop fucking complaining about this amazing occasion to stock up on staples, don't you cunt know that the best way to bring new zest to your wardrobe without breaking the bank is to get a few accessories that pop. Adding a bow-tie to your casual looks will instantly dress them up, is that fucking clear or do I need to shove a boot up your ass!!??? Roll up your chinos when leaving the office and unbutton one shirt button to project that cool, relaxed vibe that will make the ladies swoon at the wine bar, and pronto you sack of shit!!!

haha. pretty funny.
post #34 of 116

Picked up the Saturdays Waxed Field Jacket. I'm pretty impressed with the quality.

Wasn't exactly blown away by anything else.

post #35 of 116
Picked up the Saturdays chinos. I like the fit, quality seems nice for < $70 pants. I wish it wasn't a zipper fly.
post #36 of 116

No stores near me so I'm looking online. Thinking about getting the Wool Camo Cargos. The closest thing I can find that I like is a pair of Olive Wool Cargos by Todd Snyder at Nordstrom but they are like $350. 

 

Anybody know of any olive (or a similar color) wool cargos to be had for less than the Snyders? Might look at those before biting the bullet on the camo.

post #37 of 116
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Bitch stop fucking complaining about this amazing occasion to stock up on staples, don't you cunt know that the best way to bring new zest to your wardrobe without breaking the bank is to get a few accessories that pop. Adding a bow-tie to your casual looks will instantly dress them up, is that fucking clear or do I need to shove a boot up your ass!!??? Roll up your chinos when leaving the office and unbutton one shirt button to project that cool, relaxed vibe that will make the ladies swoon at the wine bar, and pronto you sack of shit!!!
I didn't catch the sarcasm there initially. facepalm.gif
post #38 of 116

Picked up the Todd Snyder Cargo pants ( really impressed with the quality for being a GAP piece ) and the scarf and beanie. It's some serious "I am Legend" vibe when I came out of the dressing room with the pants and the che jacket.

 

Love the blue beanie. 

post #39 of 116
I'd think about the cargo pants if I was into cargo pants. Nothing really interests me except for the McNairy boxers :P
post #40 of 116

Picked up the McNairy cargos, I really like them, nice slim fit and pretty solid construction:

 

 

 

post #41 of 116
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

yeah we don't have the internet here in canada, sucks

Maybe he just prefers to try to the clothes on before he buys them? The sizing at the Gap tends to be inconsistent.
post #42 of 116
I picked up the Todd Snyder crew neck sweater today. I wish the camo cargo pants had fit me but they were way too slim. I tried on the 32x32 size and the waist was too big and the thighs were crazy tight. The curse of riding a bicycle.
post #43 of 116
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Originally Posted by espen View Post

Picked up the McNairy cargos, I really like them, nice slim fit and pretty solid construction:





Those look awesome, glad I pulled the trigger. And thumbs up on the outfit. Mind me asking where the jacket is from?
post #44 of 116

Jacket was from APC

post #45 of 116
I also picked up the wool camo trousers. For around $80, it isn't too bad. The fit is surprisingly slim too, especially for Gap. It's only ~50% wool, but for $80, you can't expect too much.

Espen: You beat me to it. I was planning on wearing it with a navy jacket too, sans tie though.
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