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Originally Posted by nqtri View Post

No ink to write that cheque.

Wait, maybe there is continuation here, like @othertravel offering TF coats at 80% off.
post #4142 of 4630
See-throughness (I just coined a new word) has nothing to do with 1-ply vs 2-ply. It's not toilet paper.
post #4143 of 4630
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Does anyone have a recommendation for a nylon jacket similar to this one, up to ~$400 CAD? Doesn't have to have an inner liner. I just don't want to shell out $2K+ for a nylon jacket at BB lol....

 

Not the exact material but this one has 20% nylon in it :lol:

 

http://bananarepublic.gapcanada.ca/browse/product.do?cid=1051348&vid=1&pid=254359003

post #4144 of 4630
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See-throughness (I just coined a new word) has nothing to do with 1-ply vs 2-ply. It's not toilet paper.

In case of toilet paper the word is finger-throughness.
post #4145 of 4630
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Does anyone have a recommendation for a nylon jacket similar to this one, up to ~$400 CAD? Doesn't have to have an inner liner. I just don't want to shell out $2K+ for a nylon jacket at BB lol....



http://www.alphaindustries.com/mens-field-coats/alpha-industries-m-65-field-coat.htm
post #4146 of 4630
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Originally Posted by SirReveller View Post


It's a narrowfootmenz store. The leather is nice but not "bangin'"

 

 

FWIW they have wide sizes now in selected models/lasts.

post #4147 of 4630
Yeah I know..only four models though.
post #4148 of 4630

Gentlemen, the British Pound is taking a serious beating the past 24 hrs.  

 

If you want anything from a merchant who charges in Pounds, I'd suggest you look to buy soon.

 

 

 

 

I'll be paying the balance of an MTO today, even though its not due for another month.

post #4149 of 4630
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Gentlemen, the British Pound is taking a serious beating the past 24 hrs.  

If you want anything from a merchant who charges in Pounds, I'd suggest you look to buy soon.




I'll be paying the balance of an MTO today, even though its not due for another month.

+1 I'd also recommend checking out Ebay UK for good deals.
post #4150 of 4630
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Originally Posted by CanadaCal View Post

Gentlemen, the British Pound is taking a serious beating the past 24 hrs.  

If you want anything from a merchant who charges in Pounds, I'd suggest you look to buy soon.




I'll be paying the balance of an MTO today, even though its not due for another month.

This is a good tip.

Keep in mind that there's not a lot of upside for the Pound right now, so those friendly exchange rates may be here for a while. And they may become even friendlier.
post #4151 of 4630
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Originally Posted by MrGimpy View Post


This is a good tip.

Keep in mind that there's not a lot of upside for the Pound right now, so those friendly exchange rates may be here for a while. And they may become even friendlier.

 

Yes, but what will happen (and is already happening) is that manufacturers and vendors will start raising their prices to compensate for the weakening pound.

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What are some good shops that ship here (preferably using Royal Mail!)?

post #4153 of 4630
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What are some good shops that ship here (preferably using Royal Mail!)?

I'd say ASOS. Not lots of great brands but once in a while you can find great deals on for example, Paul Smith and Barbour. Free shipping too.

 

Choose the currency in GBP, not USD, you will see a huge difference once converted to CAD.


Edited by nqtri - 10/7/16 at 9:56am
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Exquisite Trimmings and H.N. White are 2 favourites of mine for ties and pocket squares.

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