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That might be exactly what my friend needs as sad as that might be.

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I wouldn't wear those shoes with your feet.

Sprout, you have way too much time on your hands.
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Do you mean that in a "I wouldn't wear them on feet" way, or are my feet specifically bad for those?

post #33139 of 37428
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

I wouldn't wear those shoes with your feet.

Sprout, you have way too much time on your hands.

 

The joys of self employment

post #33140 of 37428

The best part is at 1:55 where the guy whips out the pen/stylus and thinks he is going to get laid.

 

And it's also a blazer :crazy:

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As the weather is quickly turning sour in NYC i was hoping I could get some business casual office setting coat recommendations from you guys.

I love the O'Connell's car coat, the quality and weight is absolutely wonderful and this is pretty much exactly the kind of thing im looking for.

Only problem is that the small is too large in the shoulders and alterations would be very costly.

 

Please recommend brands of specific products, im interested in a simple car/walking coat. Around the same price range, if nothing then Canada Goose and i dont really want a canada goose 

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Originally Posted by Isolation View Post

Do you mean that in a "I wouldn't wear them on feet" way, or are my feet specifically bad for those?

I'm definitely reading it as the former, but this is coming from a guy who used a way cruder version of that insult in his college days ...
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Believe it or not this raised $9M

 

Back in my backpacking/travelling days I would have loved a jacket like that.

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Originally Posted by TM79 View Post

I'm definitely reading it as the former, but this is coming from a guy who used a way cruder version of that insult in his college days ...

Insult sounds harsh, but yeah....same thing.
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Insult sounds harsh, but yeah....same thing.

I should've said joke.
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Iso - get him a field jacket, like the ones from Eidos/B&Tailor  (that style, not at that price level - unless hes a REALLY good friend)

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Oh he's richer than I am so I might well do.

 

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/clothing/outerwear/burgundy-textured-wool-mix-field-jacket-12-oz.html

 

This doesss look nice.

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The burgundy one is so nice. I own the brown linen field jacket from last year and really like it. With the linen one, the pockets will stretch too much if you load them up with stuff. The burgundy one is more durable so that doesn't seem like it would be an issue.

This one also looks awesome:

http://christiankimber.com/products/eidos-field-jacket
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I really liked the texture of the brown linen one
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Originally Posted by TM79 View Post

The burgundy one is so nice. I own the brown linen field jacket from last year and really like it. With the linen one, the pockets will stretch too much if you load them up with stuff. The burgundy one is more durable so that doesn't seem like it would be an issue.

This one also looks awesome:

http://christiankimber.com/products/eidos-field-jacket
I kind of like my stretched out pockets
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