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Our OCBD program is under production. Should be in hour hands in about a month. We are turning through product faster than we can stock it, especially on CBD staples and basics. We just put in a huge order of replenishment.

 

Looking forward to it! Will keep an eye out for the restock.

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Can you confirm whether or not their MTM is restricted to only one fit model? I think someone in the SuitSupply thread mentioned it's only for the Hudson or Havana fit. Can they do a 3 roll 2?

3 roll 2 is definitely possible and is considered an aesthetic feature so no surcharge for that. As for the fit Bobby says the MTM pattern is completely unique and different from RTW. If you want I could PM you his contact so you can find out more about the pattern used for MTM.

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Damn, those Valways are sick.

 

+1 on Lost and Found shop.  I bought a pair of Alden CXL Dovers there and they're still in rotation.

I like Lost and Found as well but I'm not willing to spend $100 on a shirt or henley just yet. :P The Golden Bear on sale are pretty good deals if you after varsity jackets. 

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Anyone have a lead on dark green and wine colored OTC socks in the city, that are not $30+ from Harry Rosen? I usually wear them in wool, but will buy them in cotton as well. Loding has $16 OTCs but only in the most basic of colors. 

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3 roll 2 is definitely possible and is considered an aesthetic feature so no surcharge for that. As for the fit Bobby says the MTM pattern is completely unique and different from RTW. If you want I could PM you his contact so you can find out more about the pattern used for MTM.

Thanks for getting back to me on those questions. If you could PM me his contact information that'd be great!
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There's so much salt on the ground! I'm here for the week and I was not prepared to be stepping in salt everywhere. How do you natives handle it?

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There's so much salt on the ground! I'm here for the week and I was not prepared to be stepping in salt everywhere. How do you natives handle it?

We always carry pepper.

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There's so much salt on the ground! I'm here for the week and I was not prepared to be stepping in salt everywhere. How do you natives handle it?

 :rotflmao:  Dainite or Commando.

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There's so much salt on the ground! I'm here for the week and I was not prepared to be stepping in salt everywhere. How do you natives handle it?

Lexol and Saphir and they're good as new.

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rubber galoches

 

https://www.eastdane.com/classic-galosh-swims/vp/v=1/1508145240.htm?folderID=22872&colorId=11341

 

Originally Posted by sentry View Post
 

There's so much salt on the ground! I'm here for the week and I was not prepared to be stepping in salt everywhere. How do you natives handle it?

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I'm looking for some Yeezy Boost 350 sneakers, if someone can hook me up I would appreciate it!

Size 10 wink.gif.
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Lexol and Saphir (renovateur or dubbin?) only fixes the shoe upper, but does nothing for leather soled shoes. need a full rubber protection

 

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Lexol and Saphir and they're good as new.

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No need with the Beckman's sole. :slayer:

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I strap my feet to a couple of large steaks and walk around tenderizing them (the steaks) all day. As per above, add a little pepper et voile, by the time you're home, dinner's halfway ready!


That, or I get topys put on and cover up that beautiful leather.
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As a general question, how do closed channel shoes fare with salt? I don't think i'm supposed to put a topy on top of it since it's closed to begin with.

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