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Anyone ever seen one of those giant promotional Levi's for sale? There's a pair at a local place, size 74 waist / 40 something length. ~$250

Can't find any sold listings for it. Small e, selvedge.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Levis-Size-W-76-L-45-Store-Display-Jeans-Pants-New-With-Tags-Sample-/201498246377?hash=item2eea3b3ce9:g:R64AAOSwIwhWQ9Xx

 

Small e that sold for $390.

post #38657 of 51006
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Originally Posted by Lirum View Post
 

Two things:

 

How do I research these or sneakers in general? I don't know anything about sneakers but they were $4 and good condition. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Second, what is "the method"? I pass on a lot of shirts I would otherwise get due to collar/pit sweat stains. Also have ~15 shirts in the basement that I'm not willing to list right now with staining. 

Usually by the numbers on the tongue, at least I know that from Nike, but I'm not finding anything on any of the numbers on that label.

As for the method regarding collars, I just spray the collar with water, load it up with Oxyclean powder, spray again until the oxy is a paste, rub in a little, wait a day, wash out/throw in washer under dress shirt setting.  If it's truly just the collar and not the pits, I try to avoid washing the whole thing because of wrinkling.

post #38658 of 51006
@Lirum If you want a more in depth explanation, there is a thread dedicated to it that I came across a while ago. I believe the method was from @Versace Guy but that thread has pages of Q&A about stains. I think I used the search function and typed remove wool stains or something like that. I would link it but on my phone and also lazy.
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Things continue to be slow here.recent Brioni orphan Im hoping to find the pants for and a nice swiss made recent Zegna.unstructured dual exhaust.






post #38660 of 51006
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@Lirum If you want a more in depth explanation, there is a thread dedicated to it that I came across a while ago. I believe the method was from @Versace Guy but that thread has pages of Q&A about stains. I think I used the search function and typed remove wool stains or something like that. I would link it but on my phone and also lazy.
Naw dog, it ain't me. I have a ruined Charvet shirt from attempted stain removal to prove it ain't me.
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My orphan reunion suit from Friday. Probably the best condition of any suit I've ever found.

 

 

 

 

 

And a bunch of other junk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #38662 of 51006
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Naw dog, it ain't me. I have a ruined Charvet shirt from attempted stain removal to prove it ain't me.

 

I looked up the thread to make sure I wasn't totally crazy...it's someone named Versaceman that now goes by Vman.

post #38663 of 51006
Been had almost the whole damn sheet set now, Varvatos x2, Maui Jim

Kuhl vintage wash, southern tide
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Also picked up this e-thrift for myself thinking it was a checkbook cover, but i think it is going to be too large. No biggie.

 

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"Thrift fit." Everything from the Mario Batali cookbook, except dessert, which is compliments of my wife. Used the thrifted All Clad skillet for the broccoli.
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Gant Rugger, Madras, S

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EZ Linen XXL

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EZ, XL

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Burberry L/S, XXL

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Burberry, M

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Adrian Jules Custom Cashmere, Around a 42-44

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Burberry, 40R

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post #38668 of 51006

Patagonia R1

 

Colorful Canali's

 

post #38669 of 51006
Any idea of the maker? $6 i couldnt go wrong. They are super nice. Nicest italian shoes ive seen. Need a resole though shog[1].gif



post #38670 of 51006

@green_machine antonio maurizi. I found a pair of suede wingtips a while back. They are very nice. Kept for personal use.

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