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whoever mentioned The Expanse didn't put a trigger warning that Shohreh Aghdashloo has a significant role in it which is awful ffffuuuu.gif
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rip. Now I know haha.

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So sick of people naming their places and brands with the convention of "nounANDnoun". Rivet and hide? scotch and soda? fig and olive? church and state?

Gtfo

 

www.hipsterbusiness.name

 

Portland is the worst offender. Salt and Straw, Bridge and Burn, and of course...

 

CPmTf8SVAAAaKJ5.png 

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After watching Creed (awesome movie), I kind of want to invest a little more in slightly sporty fashion, which I end up wearing a lot anyways, including commuting to the gym. What brands are SF approved? Y-3? Nike flyknits? No Acronym or Rick Owens because I still want to spend majority of my budget on CCP etc. I just feel like a slob wearing uniqlo and stan smiths all the time.

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After watching Creed (awesome movie), I kind of want to invest a little more in slightly sporty fashion, which I end up wearing a lot anyways, including commuting to the gym. What brands are SF approved? Y-3? Nike flyknits? No Acronym or Rick Owens because I still want to spend majority of my budget on CCP etc. I just feel like a slob wearing uniqlo and stan smiths all the time.

Y-3, Nike Sportswear, Veillance.  Whatever athleisure is available. I just got a pair of outlier M-Back long crops (http://shop.outlier.cc/shop/retail/mback-longcrops.html), which are super comfy, and you and wear them with Flyknit 5, or something in the NB shape (I use Hender Schemes and ETQs)  a shell and vest on top, and you are fine. 

 

Essentially, tapered "active" pants are yoga pants for men.

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Gyakuso!!
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Thread Starter 

north Face Purple label.

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Originally Posted by jet View Post

So sick of people naming their places and brands with the convention of "nounANDnoun". Rivet and hide? scotch and soda? fig and olive? church and state?

Gtfo

Rivet and Hide makes sense though, they sell jeans and leather boots.


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Want.  But they also size gigantic, apparently.

If you are basing it on the picture? You need to remember he has no upper body mass and it's sized a jacket, so sizing seems like it's reasonable.
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Rivet and Hide makes sense though, they sell jeans and leather boots.
If you are basing it on the picture? You need to remember he has no upper body mass and it's sized a jacket, so sizing seems like it's reasonable.

Based on the mesurements.  And compared to what he looks like in other garments.

post #5830 of 13855
Just looked at the size chart, time to put on some weight. Maybe you can force Charly and Dan into making one for you.




On the subject of horrible names, it's going to be intersting to see how this evolves.

http://www.tenthousand.cc
Edited by Find Finn - 12/16/15 at 9:29pm
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On the subject of horrible names, it's going to be intersting to see how this evolves.

http://www.tenthousand.cc

1) Those are exactly the same type, and even the same, exercises I do a lot of.

2) "Elevating" what is just a basic training session really pisses me off.  It's not a fucking sport.  

3) I dress like that when I work out, which pisses me off even more.  

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1) Those are exactly the same type, and even the same, exercises I do a lot of.
2) "Elevating" what is just a basic training session really pisses me off.  It's not a fucking sport.  
3) I dress like that when I work out, which pisses me off even more.  

Saw that company the other day and wondered if they could get in trouble for using what's essentially become Margiela's logo.

Although, I guess they're small enough that maybe it doesn't matter.
post #5833 of 13855
I originally thought it was the mens version of Boutine LA, as it's essentially the same logo.

Cheaper than Nike, no gaudy branding/colors, looks well fitting and it the quality is acceptable, what's not to like.
post #5834 of 13855
Never gotten into "fancy" work out gear. Whats wrong with black metal band tee, sweat shorts from H&M and vans/squat shoes?
post #5835 of 13855
Usually the guy in old ass champion shirt and fila shorts is the most jacked while the guy wearing full gyakuso is doing curls in the squat rack
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