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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Oh man, that's the first shot I've seen of those chukkas worn...now I want them.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Simplicio View Post


Good look. Heschung chukkas are very good. I was glad I picked them up with the discount. They are lighter than I expected, more like desert boots. I like them even more than I thought I would. I often have that experience with NMWA.

Anyhow, thanks for posting.

These things are awesome (pic doesn't do them justice). from a guy who doesn't own any other chukkas... and never thought I would own one pair. but when I first laid eyes on them, i had to have them.

post #10892 of 13989
Those chukkas are long sold out in my size. (I think we're the same size.) You really like twisting the knife, don't you Edouard? smile.gif
post #10893 of 13989
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Originally Posted by Edouard View Post


These things are awesome (pic doesn't do them justice)
+1. I have 'em too. Planning on wearing the hell out of them this fall.
post #10894 of 13989
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

Those chukkas are long sold out in my size. (I think we're the same size.) You really like twisting the knife, don't you Edouard? smile.gif

Must show financial restraint....they have my size!
post #10895 of 13989
Shot in the dark here, but will there be a pre sale of any kind for founder's circle members regarding fall drops?
post #10896 of 13989
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Must show financial restraint....they have my size!

Trigger finger restlessness syndrom?
Same here, and it isn't pretty.

Btw, seen the AS Pimlico suede derbies? Still available in UK10 and 11. I did...
post #10897 of 13989
Yup, I want them but they are lower on the pole.
post #10898 of 13989
Then I'd rather not know what your pole looks like.

Admission, had those chukkas been available in my size, I would have kopped back then.
Edited by DeSense - 8/25/14 at 12:01am
post #10899 of 13989
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Originally Posted by DeSense View Post

I'd rather not know what your pole looks like.
+1
post #10900 of 13989
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Originally Posted by Edouard View Post
 

hi everyone, been a while. Inis MTO & Heschung Chukka (can't seem to go wrong with these guys)

I'm struck by this facet of many IM sweaters that I've seen, namely the collar. It looks like a v-neck and very tight "V", but in fact, I think the right way to think about it is that it's basically a crewneck, or should be worn as such, with a v ornamentation at the neck. This is a helpful pic, and overall, is a nice fit.

post #10901 of 13989
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post


Must show financial restraint....they have my size!

Will argue you have shown great restraint to wait until this point, to get to this amazing sales price... :-)

post #10902 of 13989
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

+1

-1 ?
post #10903 of 13989
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

-1 ?

It's kind of a "Should he size up or size down?" question.
post #10904 of 13989
Stop fantasizing about my pole, you freaks.
post #10905 of 13989
Quick question for those of you with Inglese and/or Camoshita dress shirts: have you noticed any notable shrinkage in collar or sleeve length after conventional washing, or does no one here do this? My goal is to achieve a bit of shrinkage in these areas through conventional wash & dry (though hopefully little in body/shoulders). Following that process I would hand wash going forward.

Is conventional machine wash & dry not recommended for either of these even if it's only once or twice?
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