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post #9691 of 14952

yeah i've tried a few womens shirts also.
Something off on them for my size (am 6 foot)didnt know whether it was or just imagining it...sure most people looking at you would think it looks fine

 

just thought they might be better for that guy though. although nearly twice the price (as the mens versions).

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Originally Posted by youwhat View Post

yeah i've tried a few womens shirts also
.

Something off on them for my size (am 6 foot)
didnt know whether it was or just imagining it
...
sure most people looking at you would think it looks fine
just thought they might be better for that guy though
.
although 
nearly twice the price
 (as the mens versions)
.

I have one womens shirt, the length is perfect but the cut is slightly too narrow
post #9693 of 14952

Yeah could be a possibility for him, that or serious alterations. There is something off about the women's shirts on men. I've seen staff in the women's jeans though and they seem to work fine

post #9694 of 14952
I topy + add heel taps to all of my SLP boots immediately. I wouldn't say they are poorly made necessarily, but they can be a bit dainty relative to other boots - especially the soles. YMMV. If you spend most of your day on carpet etc. you might not notice. Also, if you drive a lot, you'll get a lot of heel wear on your Santiags especially.
post #9695 of 14952

I add half soles to all of mine too. Leather soles don't last five minutes otherwise, and that's the same for all brands across the board. It's even worse if the toe is pointed. Even shoes I only wear for nightlife don't last without half soles added. I leave the heel though until necessary.

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does anyone have the correct product code for a bloodluster jacket at hand?
post #9697 of 14952
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

I topy + add heel taps to all of my SLP boots immediately. I wouldn't say they are poorly made necessarily, but they can be a bit dainty relative to other boots - especially the soles. YMMV. If you spend most of your day on carpet etc. you might not notice. Also, if you drive a lot, you'll get a lot of heel wear on your Santiags especially.

Does wet pavement make a difference in wear? I don't really wear my slp boots in the rain but I have a few times.
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Does wet pavement make a difference in wear? I don't really wear my slp boots in the rain but I have a few times.

Salt is the worst offender. Water--just be sure to wipe off your soles as soon as you can. 

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does anyone have the correct product code for a bloodluster jacket at hand?

 

 

Here's to you prudy - Style ID: 343271 YM61U 1000

 

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post #9700 of 14952

Anyone know where to get the short sleeve "multicolor" Hawaiian viscose shirt in a 37?

post #9701 of 14952
@slann01 Ah, thanks man!! Don't know how I missed that info on your blog...
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I haven't picked up the polka dot shirt yet but I plan on it in the next few days. The short sleeve looks nice to me now as well. Anyone have thoughts on the short sleeve shirts this season? The cropped boxy fit gives them a casual look but I like the raw hem on the full sleeve
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Salt is the worst offender. Water--just be sure to wipe off your soles as soon as you can. 

True and luckily not much of a problem here in the bay area. All things being equal, rough uneven pavement like most of San Francisco etc. isn't ideal for leather soles.

I wear mine in wet weather sometimes, but not on back to back days (same with any of my shoes).
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

True and luckily not much of a problem here in the bay area. All things being equal, rough uneven pavement like most of San Francisco etc. isn't ideal for leather soles.

I wear mine in wet weather sometimes, but not on back to back days (same with any of my shoes).

I wore my wyatts yesterday and noticed they were someone soft. Only reason I noticed rain could be a no no. I don't luckily have to deal with too much uneven pavement in the east bay.
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Yeah could be a possibility for him, that or serious alterations. There is something off about the women's shirts on men. I've seen staff in the women's jeans though and they seem to work fine

yeah the boob area...
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