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Anyone into snake skin?

And these guys are tripping!

post #31022 of 60149

so much win! Damnit now I have to go out and test my luck

post #31023 of 60149
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They gave me two of these.



I gave them this.

 

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

They gave me two of these.



I gave them this.

Deeeeeeeeeeeeeeets

post #31024 of 60149

First few are from today. Everything spoilered is mostly from the last week. Not eazye level, but decent compared to the last few weeks.

 

Isaia linen

PRL Corn flannel suit

Aforementioned Arnys. Linen/silk

 

EZ suit

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

only tie of worthy of positng, but POP!

MIUSA PRL tweed suit

EZ

Trailwise

PRL

Patagonia

Willis & Geiger

W&G

Coog

Patagonia big label

PRL

Shell x2: Florsheim V-cleat and Bostonian V-cleat

Coogi Classi

J. Peterman

 

 

Women's PRL

Wimmenz Burb

 

Baldwin

NF 700 Fill

Bragano

 

post #31025 of 60149

Holy shit Eazye. That caruso is so fucking baller. I can even like picture you wearing it with a white puffed hank and suede shoes looking like a mothafawking bawse.

post #31026 of 60149
Eazy always kills it.
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Hahaha, thanks dudes. RTC, it looks pretty good with a turtleneck too!
post #31028 of 60149
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Hahaha, thanks dudes. RTC, it looks pretty good with a turtleneck too!

 

Hah yes, you have a penchant for that as well.

post #31029 of 60149
Little help from the thread. Picked up these AE Mcallisters from a local thrift today, brought them home, and ask I started handling them and comparing to a pair of McAllisters that I own, I couldn't help by notice that the leather has a different feel. Slicker, shiny, almost plastic like (I'd say feel like corrected grain if I didn't know better). I don't *think* these are shell, given a bit of micro creasing in the top, but wanted to ask for opinions in the off chance that they were.

First pic is way over exposed in bright sun.



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Not shell

post #31031 of 60149
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Originally Posted by AMProf View Post

Little help from the thread. Picked up these AE Mcallisters from a local thrift today, brought them home, and ask I started handling them and comparing to a pair of McAllisters that I own, I couldn't help by notice that the leather has a different feel. Slicker, shiny, almost plastic like (I'd say feel like corrected grain if I didn't know better). I don't *think* these are shell, given a bit of micro creasing in the top, but wanted to ask for opinions in the off chance that they were.

First pic is way over exposed in bright sun.




I once grabbed a pair just like that at a goodwill but put them back due to the same plastic-y feel. Turns out they are corrected grain.
post #31032 of 60149
6-7 stores this morning, a bunch of miles and hours and only spent 38 cents on a Paul Williams record. It happens I guess.
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Any home audio experts here want to offer some advice? I'm looking to set up a cost and space effective turntable. If anyone has advice, please PM me, I have several questions.

Thanks!
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post #31035 of 60149
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Watch day, thrift fit. I decided that the moment when you receive a priceless family heirloom should be treated with respect


Pocket watch. TBA

 

Model 1883 American Waltham Watch Co (c 1888) 

 

My Great great great grandfather carried it for 49 years and always kept it in the case, and that is quite evident.

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by capnwes - 2/27/16 at 2:16pm
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