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I live in Texas now. Why on earth would I need a forum to talk about guns? I have neighbors.

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I'm glad I'm not a shoe guy.

 

Quite true.

 

I was an SF member for several months before I was sure you even had feet.  :)

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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I live in Texas now. Why on earth would I need a forum to talk about guns? I have neighbors.

 

And you don't compare arsenals?  I can't help feeling that getting your neighbours out of their paramilitary fantasy paraphernalia and into some classic gunwear is an important moral duty for a man of your calibre.

 

Or you could always shoot them for wearing cargo shorts and socks with sandals.

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Come along Clags, shoes, then watches.  Down the hole you go.  You can't be partly lost to SF.  Resistance is futile.

I went the opposite way. I started at SF looking for business shoe advice, and then moved into clothes.
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I started on SF because I thirsted for ancient cloth and now I stay because of the Creepy Sartorial Images thread.

 

@Claghorn imagine the new and unforeseen logistics of bespeaking special pockets so you can pack heat :fu:

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I don't have to imagine.
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I don't have to imagine.

 

:uhoh:

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In light of Carmina's imminent price increase, I may jump on these. What do GNAers think of Suede Chukkas. More specifically, tobacco suede Chukkas? Is it just a casual shoe?

 

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(with a flat welt)

 

 

my view:  Those Carmina chukkas rok like crazy. I got the Loden and love them.  I can see u wearing the tobacco with a lot of SC-type fits (not suits necessarily) but imo you'll need cuffless trews with high hems.  I found that I have only a couple pairs that work with the high ankle.

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Open carry on campus.
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Open carry on campus.

 

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I appreciate Skoak's transparency. I hate that I have medschool loans as my sole source of income and need to put them toward residency interviews this fall. Been lusting at the low Carmina prices for such a long time and was they'd stick around til I started earning money again but guess it wasn't meant to be. (I'm sure there's $340 of useless crap and discarded groceries I've purchased in the past 6 months that could have been better spent on a pair of shoes.Regrets)

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Open carry on campus.

Do you really carry on campus? Or were you referring to students?
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Do you really carry on campus? Or were you referring to students?

You Americans are crazy...
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Open carry on campus.

Do you really carry on campus? Or were you referring to students?

 

Love those movies !

 

Don't know that one tho. :)

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Gentlement, could you point me in the right direction as to where to purchase 1) corozo buttons (@EliodA?) and 2) (dark) brown buttons?

I think I'll purchase both and see what looks best with my newly accquired navy blazer.

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