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Florsheim imperial. does anyone recognize the skin?

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Made me sick to my stomach.
Literally yelled, "wtf!"
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Made me sick to my stomach.
Literally yelled, "wtf!"
someone there is catching on
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Is this a thing? If its not a thing, what do I call it anyway? confused.gif

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Florsheim imperial. does anyone recognize the skin?

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Is this a thing? If its not a thing, what do I call it anyway? confused.gif

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US Army Serge Wool Class A Dress Coat with First Army Patch

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Found another pair lol


Wore maybe once. Na

Nice!

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Is this a thing? If its not a thing, what do I call it anyway? confused.gif

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cool, but its more of a collectible. People want to be able to wear stuff, thats why they like it to be a wearable piece like a deck coat or a hat with no insignia's. Most people don't want to dress like they are soldiers in uniform. You know, the whole "stolen valor" thing.
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thrifted valor

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What about St. Louis?  Its a huge city and there are a couple of areas/ suburbs that are some richest in the Country (Town and Country, Ladue and Frontenac are in the top 25 wealthiest suburbs in the Country). The metro area has a population of 2.8 Million.   Anyone from St. Louis on here?  If St. Louis is unrepresented here, then I really need to make a trip to St. Louis ASAP! 

 

I posted earlier about a possible trip to Raleigh.   No one on here is from Raleigh, North Carolina? 

 

Been to STL, done that...unimpressed.  I found enough to pay for the trip, but I hit it hard for 2 days, something like 40 stores and didn't leave with a huge haul by any means.  I'll do it again as its hard to say its worthless from one trip, but I was really expecting to find some nice stuff and didn't.

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cool, but its more of a collectible. People want to be able to wear stuff, thats why they like it to be a wearable piece like a deck coat or a hat with no insignia's. Most people don't want to dress like they are soldiers in uniform. You know, the whole "stolen valor" thing.

Watching "stolen valor" on youtube is addicting. Be careful smile.gif
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Fits me like a glove! Cords collar
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Patagonia woman's abominable snowman full zip, fold over shawl collar, and fully lined thing.



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Don't think I've seen this label posted. Do we have good vibes towards Tom James?
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Long time no post but I think I hit Marshalls on the right night

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