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@impuntura I think if you paid less than $50 for that polo leather you'll be in pretty good shape.

$25

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that one time J. Press puts you on its instagram icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
FUCK YEAH!

I chuckled when I read it too.

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Couple of e-thrifts

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These are freaking AMAZEBALLS. If they were 9.5UK, you'd have about 8 PMs from me by now.
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Solid Friday afternoon shoe haul. I remember passing on Lattanzi shoes before...after looking them up, won't make that mistake again


BTW, The vintage leather sole BB slippers are minty fresh
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PSA...

Filson has some decent sales on right now.

http://www.filson.com/wintersale.html
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that one time J. Press puts you on its instagram icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Spoo you been working out?
Your shoulders look wider or is that from shoveling snow
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So, I found some of my clothes have mold on them when I was going through my clothes tonight...Fuck...What do I do to get rid of the mold? I plan on brushing them in sunlight and let them out in the sun. How do I prevent mold from growing on them? Also, does that mean my closet is contaminated and I have to clean it out before I can place clothes back in it? Fuck, ain't this a fucking bitch?!

 

Happened to me last year. We're not used to dealing with humidity in Cali. It's been pretty humid the last couple weeks. Brush off your contaminated stuff like you said / sun will help. Dehumidifier / not packing your clothes too close together to get some airflow going is your best bet. Watch out for your shoes... if it gets into any cork it's no bueno. 

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SpooPoker your reach in the world of clothing never ceases to amaze me! If you tell someone outside of this forum about the man the myth the legend that you are they'd never believe your an actual human being. Congrats on the success man!
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Happened to me last year. We're not used to dealing with humidity in Cali. It's been pretty humid the last couple weeks. Brush off your contaminated stuff like you said / sun will help. Dehumidifier / not packing your clothes too close together to get some airflow going is your best bet. Watch out for your shoes... if it gets into any cork it's no bueno. 


I think it all started when we had that cold attack in October and November. We would take hot showers and not open up the windows to let air flow so that increased the humidity. What I did was brush off all the contaminated stuff. Everything that was not wool, I soaked them in vinegar and hot water before washing them with Woolite Black then hung dry on a rack. My wife used an anti mold cleaner to spread down the infested closet and placed a fan outside of it to dry it afterwards. I'm going to wait a few days until the heavens stop pissing on us and let them bask in the glory of the sun to kill off any more molds. I've read that there are spores everywhere even in the air. You would have to keep your clothes dry, allow air flow to prevent the spores from spreading and germinating. I got this, bruh!

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Thrift fit, Snow day edition.

 

Vintage Handmade Tin Lizzie Cardigan, Thrifted yesterday.

Office Space Tee - Thrifted

Levis 559 - Thrifted NWT

(Not Seen) Loro Piana Slippies, Thrifted

Everything else in the pic except the photographs, thrifted.

 

 

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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

Spoo you been working out?
Your shoulders look wider or is that from shoveling snow

Shovel, whats that? LOL. Ive got two neatly folded 20's on the table next to the door for the first two kids that ring the bell to shovel.
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SpooPoker your reach in the world of clothing never ceases to amaze me! If you tell someone outside of this forum about the man the myth the legend that you are they'd never believe your an actual human being. Congrats on the success man!

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Damn, figured Filson wouldn't let that luggage go on sale.

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^ Woah!
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

PSA...

Filson has some decent sales on right now.

http://www.filson.com/wintersale.html

They had some fantastic stuff for great prices a couple weeks ago. Had a green wool Mile Marker jacket in my cart for $150. Didn't want to wake up the wife when I went to get my card from my wallet so I slept on it. Got up the next morning to find they all sold out. ffffuuuu.gif
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^ Woah!

+1, going to need some deets!
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