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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

The waiting is the hardest part. 20 more minutes...

Do they just offload all of their out of season stuff on the loading dock, garage sale style?
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Holy shit, this might be one of the greatest gif's I've seen :rotflmao:

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Oh no
post #33604 of 51381
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post


Do they just offload all of their out of season stuff on the loading dock, garage sale style?


Most if not all of it is returns. At least from my experience. Some stuff is new some beat to hell. 

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Well boys, when you see a grip of Turnbull & Asser ties on the rack, it doesn't hurt to ask if they have anymore in back. Dude pulled out one of those big blue storage bins. Left a bunch of BOC, but did pick up 25 top tier ties, all mint.
Sorry, just a teaser for the moment:

Edited by eazye - 4/2/16 at 10:39am
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Anyone ever seen this brioni tag before?

NM Google to the rescue
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Originally Posted by Amercs View Post

First shell pop, Nice! 12 D available...

@MJMcRibb
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

Do they just offload all of their out of season stuff on the loading dock, garage sale style?

This is the standard garage sale.

Highlights from stop one: La Sportiva mountaineering boots and an Arc'teryx down jacket (both my size).



Stop two was epic...

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Some more ties.

 

 

 

seven fold by 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

seven fold

 

 

 

both of these are a little beat up

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

angle on this makes print look weird but it's legit

 

 

post #33610 of 51381
Canali, Daks, Edwin chinos, new Crockett & Jones monks I thrifted a week or so ago (I had a cover sole put on while I was out thrifting so they snuck into the picture) and a pair of Trickers slippers - maybe not 10% rule, but a pretty decent discount. All NA - I'm only buying for myself at the moment, we're selling the house soon so can't store stuff for sale.
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@330ck @chetb any idea if these Bob Evans knobbits are collectible? only a few completed listings to go by.







































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I found this beautiful Corneliani today. It's a tad big for me, it's an eu 52 and I'm an eu 48 so I can't use it, but I've never found a Corneliani before so I had to pick it up.

 

So it'll just be a catch and release. Ideas for a fair resale value on here?

 

 

 

 

 

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@aneki 0-$10.

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@aneki 0-$10.

Would you care to elaborate why you feel it has little to no value?

post #33615 of 51381
Thrift fit:


Stubbs Needlepoint Chukkas - ethrift - $65
Handmade 9'x6' Persian rug - Goodwill - $40
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