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Interesting that you mention the Chanel scarf has machine sewn edges. I have one I bought for $2 a few months ago. I assumed it was fake because of the machine sewn edges, but I gambled anyways because it was cheap. I'll have to post it up here for a legit check once I find it. 

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Ok.fair.
Just keep things short.

I will work on brevity in my posts. I'm glad we could figure something out and move past this cuz are both professionals, we both love this grind, and we've made it our life. Although obvious differences exist, I believe we can carry on with a mutual professional respect for one another and the work, time and passion, we both put into what we do. Civility and Professional respect can exist regardless personal emotions. I'm not saying you need to do or fell anyway, I'm just stating this is how I approach this situation and I think by doing so we will be able to get on just fine. Thank you for being open to this I appreciate it, and for brevities sake, I will leave the comments at that.

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Interesting that you mention the Chanel scarf has machine sewn edges. I have one I bought for $2 a few months ago. I assumed it was fake because of the machine sewn edges, but I gambled anyways because it was cheap. I'll have to post it up here for a legit check once I find it. 

Not all are machine finished, theres countless Chanel scarfs that are handrolled too, I think it depends on age/when it was produced.

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NOS Vans Chukka

 

 

 

I don't know chit about basketball besides major players like Jordan. Ebay told me this was a thing. Made a easy $50

 

 

 

 

 

think these vintage Nettleton loafers are shell. Still determining. They look worn once, no visible rolls. Any guesses?

 

I think rolls are just starting to form? I'm stumped. 

 

 

 

 

More vintage made in USA Vans

 

 

 

These would have been an ultimate grail find if I was still in high school obsessing about sneakers.

Jordan 11 2001 release.

 

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I don't know chit about basketball besides major players like Jordan. Ebay told me this was a thing. Made a easy $50

 

 

 

 

Ahh, Sprewell. Quite an infamous player really. Made Complex Magazines #14 Most Unsportsman-like of all time for choking out his coach in practice and got a crazy long suspension.

Neat guy.

 

http://espn.go.com/classic/biography/s/Sprewell_Latrell.html

 

Nice find on those 11's too, man.

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Ahh, Sprewell. Quite an infamous player really. Made Complex Magazines #14 Most Unsportsman-like of all time for choking out his coach in practice and got a crazy long suspension.

Neat guy.

 

http://espn.go.com/classic/biography/s/Sprewell_Latrell.html

 

Nice find on those 11's too, man.

Dude fuck choking out Carlisimo, homie made Spinners mainstream. Voted #1 for introducing the public  to the most unnecessary and ridiculous addition you can do to your car and convincing everyone that they were not completely stupid but that they were actually the shit. Finest accomplishment of his life.


Edited by Jompso - 5/26/16 at 3:26am
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@cadmonkey: I think any Marni is the Marni you're looking for. I'd certainly pick up those boots if the price was reasonable.
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Flippy talk: I recently picked up a NWT Marni belt for $1 and sold for about $100. Took a bit, but still a nice sale.
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I can't decide If I'm going to return yet... Not sure if this is the Hilfiger I'm looking for. Hope everyone is planning great routes for this weekend of half off sales...

 

 

 

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Anyone know approximate dates on white label Zegna?
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Edited by dazedstate - 5/26/16 at 6:12am
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I can't decide If I'm going to return yet... Not sure if this is the Hilfiger I'm looking for. Hope everyone is planning great routes for this weekend of half off sales...

 

 

 

Zero Profit potential with that guy. That's not what the market your trying to tap into is looking for. They're going for the walking billboard look, not subtle chest embroidery, your money would most likely be spent better on something with a higher TO rate and margin potential, personally I would suggest you return, just my opinion.

 

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Anyone know approximate dates on white label Zegna?
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I want to say that they started coming out with those unlined unstructured models in either 08 or 2010...which pocket is the manufacturers tag in?

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Mr.G, looks like shell from here!

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Originally Posted by Dirt View Post

Ahh, Sprewell. Quite an infamous player really. Made Complex Magazines #14 Most Unsportsman-like of all time for choking out his coach in practice and got a crazy long suspension.
Neat guy.

http://espn.go.com/classic/biography/s/Sprewell_Latrell.html

Nice find on those 11's too, man.

I met Latrell Sprewell once at a club in Milwaukee. The guy's a total dickhead in real life.
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POP!

 

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16/41. French Cuff. Crispy mint condition. ;)

 

 

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Thanks @Jompso, and welcome back. The tag is in the left breast pocket.
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Two-day Nashville experience involved antique malls that gave up nothing and zero thrifting. Good eats, though. And, um, backstage at the Ryman with an afterparty at Husk.

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Thanks @Jompso, and welcome back. The tag is in the left breast pocket.

Thank you for that and yea, I'm about 95% certain that they started that white label casual line in 2010. It was one of those two years, but 08 the tag would still be in the right pocket, so seems to be 2010 is the answer. I have a solid navy Cotton one and I think that line is great, obviously standards of craftsmanship aren't at Zegna's highest, but I love that jacket, just toss it on to go do anything while running out the door.

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