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What do the feet look like?
On the snowboard holders? I think they're slightly older "powder hounds"? I'm keeping the rest for my bike.
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Originally Posted by glam922 View Post





There's one pronunciation you've all missed :

air-mess

... which is the one french people use

for example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQzG6NXGffo (at 24s)
or: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erSHY83Z4Ec

That's how I say it...never completely sure if it was right or not.
post #20538 of 51418
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Originally Posted by Clay J View Post

Just thrifted a yakima rack with everything but the fairing. Anyone need ski/snowboard holders?
My favorite Cragslist fodder...
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Did you open your secret santa already? Are you celebrating Diwali?
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I love finding Le Creuset cast iron cookware at an estate sale:

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Originally Posted by Nobleprofessor View Post

I love finding Le Creuset cast iron cookware at an estate sale:

 

Love their product, don't have much of it but would love to find it like that. Been jonesin' for a stock pot and their stove top grill.

 

 

Very small lunch stop yesterday with quick phone pics

 

Peter Millar Horsebit Driving size 12 - At first I thought they fit but as I wear them they may be a bit too big

BB USA Tie

Pants Hangers for cheap personal use

 

Ethrift Florsheim Shell came in. Need some love but should do well - Available

 

 

And on the topic of roof racks I've got some Thule Canoe Mounts (Model 579XT) if anyone is interested. I'd keep for myself (on the off chance I had the urge to buy a canoe) but they are for a square tube and I have the aero-blades

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Originally Posted by ATLjon View Post
 

 

Syracuse grad right here ... just sayin.

This reminds me, anybody heard recently from @GM-H ?

 

He posted some buttons awhile ago and I sent PM but I haven't heard back, and it looked like he hadn't posted in a while when I checked last.

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Alpaca/Wool Isaia SC. Dual vents, tagged 52R. Triple patch pockets and partially lined. Available.

 

 

 

 

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One cool find yesterday...

 

PRL Smoking Jacket

 

 

post #20545 of 51418
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Originally Posted by AlexJ1100 View Post
 

Love their product, don't have much of it but would love to find it like that. Been jonesin' for a stock pot and their stove top grill.

 

 

 

 

 

 

They are available.  

 

Details spoilered: 

 

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While available, they are $ on ebay and I think they will do really well since Christmas is coming.  I had to pay up for them and there was a lady waiting for me to decide on a few.  She ended up buying ALL the others.   She snagged one before I could grab them but lucky for me, she grabbed the one that had a chip. 

 

The Dutch Oven is the round 4.5 Qt.  Its the perfect size.  I already have the BIG one and it is just too big to use very often.   

 

The Skillet is the 12 inch version (they actually measure 11.75 inches). 

 

The covered deep skillet/sauce pan is the 9 inch version with double pour spout and lid.  It is 3" deep.  A lot of people love this style because it is deep enough to fry stuff or you can use it as a large covered sauce pan or a lot of people use it instead of the really big ones.  

 

They are all in fantastic shape.  

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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

Any suggestions on non horribly expensive heavy selvedge? Need some jeans and it's getting cold here

 

Unbranded? I had the UB201. 14.5oz denim. Pretty well made. Like $85.

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At least buy gustins if you're gonna waste $85 for UB. Made in USA too.
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I love my cast iron gear so much--they're the best multitaskers. I think a complete kitchen set-up for me would be a cast-iron skillet, a dutch oven, a really sharp knife and a Silvia V3. 

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Wife hot washed and dried all of my denim. Didn't ruin them but definitely shrunk them and now they all don't fit. JAFKJABFK.BA.KFBA.K

 

Included a few a Gustin's, Kapital's that I got from Spoo, IH's that I JUST bought and Simon Miller's that I got from GMMcL about 2+ years ago. Dang.

 

She feels terrible so I played it off like it was no big deal to her. Just going to chalk it off as a loss and start over.

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Originally Posted by Randomore View Post

Wife hot washed and dried all of my denim. Didn't ruin them but definitely shrunk them and now they all don't fit. JAFKJABFK.BA.KFBA.K

Included a few a Gustin's, Kapital's that I got from Spoo, IH's that I JUST bought and Simon Miller's that I got from GMMcL about 2+ years ago. Dang.

She feels terrible so I played it off like it was no big deal to her. Just going to chalk it off as a loss and start over.
What size are they now?
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