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Those Eidos pre-orders might just be the end of me. Must. Resist.

 

Oh, who am I kidding.

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Ditto. I like the rush. I was in the restroom at brunch, furiously trying to place my preorder before the deadline. Came out, went back to my Bloody Mary With no one the wiser.

Bum freezer in army hopsack green, what what!

In the restroom ordering a bumfreezer?
post #29868 of 36457
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Bum freezer in army hopsack green, what what!

Same same.

Only I ordered mine days ago like a good NMWA customer.
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Last two weeks: 2 Vass MTO, NR MTO, SdC shirt jacket, and now Eidos:decisions:

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Last two weeks: 2 Vass MTO, NR MTO, SdC shirt jacket, and now Eidos:decisions:
Join the club biggrin.gif
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Last two weeks: 2 Vass MTO, NR MTO, SdC shirt jacket, and now Eidos:decisions:

I rationalize my expenditures by reminding myself that I make full contributions to my employer's optional retirement plans.
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Last two weeks: 2 Vass MTO, NR MTO, SdC shirt jacket, and now Eidos:decisions:

request fit pics of SdC shirt jacket plox
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I need some kind of window for pre-orders. I operate on a budget, and I know there will be more stuff dropping for pre-orders and then again on the site later. It takes me a few days to figure out what I want to do. Obviously I know if I like something right away, but I'm also not the Monopoly Man.

Your dilemma is the reason why credit cards were invented. devil.gif
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I'm just glad that the preorder deadline for NR has now passed and I no longer have to exert willpower to prevent myself from emailing Greg about the possibility of putting an S-Cape in the order

It is actually an amazing garment if you actually live in Bergen (I did for a summer) where it rains and rains and rains, and these are not showers.  You can keep everything under the garment, and more importantly, the A shape will also keep your pants from getting soaked.  That said, I prefer the raincho.  I just got Jen one for Valentine's Day, and it is amazing.  Going to get one for myself for either the spirng or next fall, either in black or, if I can find it, black herringbone.  I too, wish to look like a Jedi.

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I am looking for a new bag and have been looking at the NMWA options. I am really looking for a good day bag, which can double I suppose as an overnighter, as necessary (but not my primary objective). Something in which I can carry gym clothes and possibly a laptop for the day. I don't really want something that looks like luggage (like a Tumi bag, for example) and I don't like messenger bags.

While I am not a traditional backpack person, I have been intrigued by the Master-piece "Potential" backpack/overnighter.
http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/accessories/bags/potential-backpack-overnighter-navy-cordura-and-tan-leather.html

Does anyone have experience with Master-Piece? Greg, Kyle, or anyone else have any other suggestions? Thanks in advance.

My Masterpiece Potential tote/shoulder bag is my go to bag for all travel.  It's incredibly durable (if you are actually traveling, and not always in a first class cabin with like, a porter, ballistic nylon is key), comfortable to wear, looks cool, and all the little pockets are well thought out and functional.  The MasterPiece Potential line is pretty awesome.

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+1 I've got the shoulder bag which I used as my everyday bag to haul computer plus groceries/gym clothes. Not too tech and not too americana.
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First G. Inglese; I decided to go with the 38 (excuse the vee). Feels like the beginning of a new shirting era for me.

Does anyone launder these at home? Delicate cycle, hang dry, iron? All the hand sewn details are making me nervous.

Also how do I get my closet to smell like new Inglese?! Sandalwood?
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@metranger8694 - moved your 2 posts to the Norwegian Rain thread in SWD, if you are wondering where your stuff went.  Excellent discussions, but let's keep this thread about NoMan.

 

Cheers,

 

Fok.

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post #29880 of 36457
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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

I am looking for a new bag and have been looking at the NMWA options. I am really looking for a good day bag, which can double I suppose as an overnighter, as necessary (but not my primary objective). Something in which I can carry gym clothes and possibly a laptop for the day. I don't really want something that looks like luggage (like a Tumi bag, for example) and I don't like messenger bags.

While I am not a traditional backpack person, I have been intrigued by the Master-piece "Potential" backpack/overnighter.
http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/accessories/bags/potential-backpack-overnighter-navy-cordura-and-tan-leather.html

Does anyone have experience with Master-Piece? Greg, Kyle, or anyone else have any other suggestions? Thanks in advance.

I bought one a few months back. Should be a pic somewhere in this thread. It's awesome. I continue to be impressed by how versatile it is and how much I can fit in such a small footprint. Highly recommend
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