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post #27601 of 51418
I would still wear a shoe with a crack on it there assuming the rest is nice and I'm probably your market so I say sell away. I obviously wouldn't pay as much as a non cracked shoe tho.

Does anyone else in here thrift gym clothes? I get that someone else has sweat in it but I trust my laundry machine. It's just so much nicer to pay 5-10 for an underarmour/ lululemon then it is 60+
post #27602 of 51418
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I would still wear a shoe with a crack on it there assuming the rest is nice and I'm probably your market so I say sell away. I obviously wouldn't pay as much as a non cracked shoe tho.

Does anyone else in here thrift gym clothes? I get that someone else has sweat in it but I trust my laundry machine. It's just so much nicer to pay 5-10 for an underarmour/ lululemon then it is 60+

When you dry clean isn't your sweat mixing with every one else anyway?

So good on you!
post #27603 of 51418
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When you dry clean isn't your sweat mixing with every one else anyway?

So good on you!

You dry clean athletic clothes?
post #27604 of 51418
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You dry clean athletic clothes?

I would nt put it past someone to dry clean
I'm sure people do
post #27605 of 51418
Always get excited to see that dry cleaners tag in the thrift and it's usually pretty much anything that turns up.
post #27606 of 51418

You think it's the dry cleaning places donating forgotten goods or just excessively polite donors? I too am happy to see dry cleaned tags.

post #27607 of 51418

Saturday 50% off thrifting find. Can't believe this wasn't taken!! Lucky Me!!

Canali Loro Piana 100% Doeskin 2 Button

 

post #27608 of 51418
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Interesting find yesterday. Perhaps my first "thread first?" N/A until I figure out real value. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Lists new on their website for $1880. If anyone has any experience it is appreciated.

I bought a Edo Popkin shirt a while ago and it seems pretty high quality but it's just sat in my eBay store for months. Doesn't seem to have much name recognition.
post #27609 of 51418

 

3XLB. To test the ugly/huge skeet theory:

 

 

post #27610 of 51418
Thanks. It would seem to have a limited audience.
post #27611 of 51418
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Every time I come across The Time, I get reminded of this scene...

 

post #27612 of 51418
Bought these cuz made in LA. Don't seem to be too expensive but they fit alright so will keep



post #27613 of 51418
Found my first selvedge denim yesterday and then found 5 more pairs at a different store. I could use some advice from someone who's an expert in denim.

Here's the first pair. Deadstock 60s Sears Roebucks selvedge denim with the original $32 price tag.



I'm going to post more photos later but I'm super excited to find these.
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Before going through with an e-thrift, do any of these look suspect?

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post #27615 of 51418
Deadstock 60s Sears Roebucks selvedge denim with the original $32 price tag.

Don't know about these but sounds like a museum piece of some sort and perhaps
some collectors are looking for them!
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