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This is only my second time finding one in years.


Cleanest ones I've ever seen. Even in my personal stash of them.


I'm thinking it's him as he was with miami in 2006.










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A LITTLE BIT SPOO, A LITTLE BIT PLAYDICE.

Avaibs.





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Mustang, Randolph Engineering
(Rx, though. A very, very slight Rx facepalm.gif)






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Luxottica







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These are bad-ass, but are they fakes? Fake whats? Maybe the branding wore off; let's say that's what happened, and you should buy them for $700.







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This must be a kid's Large.


Made in USA Nike -- Heat? Hate?
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Edited by noob in 89 - 10/19/15 at 11:38pm
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


All due respect, because the $3 was worth more.

Fair enough, it will likely end up in the box in my closet to be re-donated to Goodwill at some point. That's my Knowledge Box - all the dumb shit I've bought through bad guesses at value, passing fancies, or missed damage. Happily thrifts around here are cheap, so even a pretty sizable box is a cheap lesson.

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Pop! True thrift on these Vass.
In need of some TLC, approx size EU 41.5.

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Anyone know what I'm looking at here?
 
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Yes, a very passable Levi's shacket.

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by noob in 89 View Post

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A LITTLE BIT SPOO, A LITTLE BIT PLAYDICE.


These are bad-ass, but are they fakes? Fake whats? Maybe the branding wore off; let's say that's what happened, and you should buy them for $700.


The Chanel's should have laser etched logos on the lenses, along with a laser etched serial number.

Also that Gieves Hussar blew my mind.
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If you want it let me know, I'm inclined to see it go to an old friend biggrin.gif
:heart: too big for me now. I'm all svelte and shit.

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Pop! True thrift on these Vass.
In need of some TLC, approx size EU 41.5.

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What the fug?
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Love that Filson!

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did you already send that other brown plaid recent label milano cut one? that was a 48 right?

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On its way to eazye

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@eazye HMU if that sucker doesn't fit you smile.gif

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edit: MZ!!! Welcome back homie! That Gieves.....Wow!!! And of course all the other stuff you posted. nod[1].gif
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When the last stop of the day turns out the best.

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Well it looks like the longer I do this I will end up breaking every rule I set for myself.
This one was no clothing with polyester.




But it is real nice and I love the color and styling and I did have a hole in my wardrobe that this fit perfectly...
I am ashamed!
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Why would you make a rule stating no clothing with polyester? Practically every good thing I find outdoors related has polyester in it. If go broke and wouldn't find much good stuff if I had that rule in place.
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Zanella flat front houndstooth trousers.

Tagged 54 Italian.




Marks & Spencer sport coat, but very nice.
Sadly it's a 48L.




And just now a Crombie, wool & cashmere navy blazer which is a perfect fit.
Someone has removed all it's cuff buttons but I guess I can replace all buttons with pewter now.




Edited by Odradek - 10/20/15 at 9:14am
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Why would you make a rule stating no clothing with polyester? Practically every good thing I find outdoors related has polyester in it. If go broke and wouldn't find much good stuff if I had that rule in place.
Because I was stupid. I am now rethinking having any rule other than just use good common sense.
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Because I was stupid. I am now rethinking having any rule other than just use good common sense.

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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

Why would you make a rule stating no clothing with polyester? Practically every good thing I find outdoors related has polyester in it. If go broke and wouldn't find much good stuff if I had that rule in place.

I'm not sure I'd call it stupid. Depends what you want. Most performance fabrics and outdoor gear thrive on poly and other synthetic fabrics whereas traditional menswear doesn't. If you want a down jacket you need to have Poly, if you want a sport coat you want to avoid it, just depends on context (I don't buy poly in anything for #menswear)
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