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post #26326 of 37996
"Worth it" depends on your budget -- but I like it, I'd buy it.
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I'll go for it! I need a nice waterproof jacket anyways....final sale *prays it fits*.

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The only downside to a backpack is if you live in a climate that's really hot/has really hot summers you get a sweaty back/shoulders. I'll probably use one even when I'm done with school though.

That said the Silent SS13 backpack looks cool. Too bad we won't be seeing it for a while.
post #26329 of 37996
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Any other options for some gray trousers? These are charcoal KVA elastic waist...wish they were a bit lighter

Also should I?
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All KVA shog[1].gif
post #26330 of 37996
Mandarin collar shirt? yes.
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

Anyone got these and can tell me about sizing?

I'm a true 44.5 making me a very snug (almost a bit small) 44 or a comfortable, if slightly loose, 45 in GATs. 

 

700

 

 

or

700

 

 

Thanks!

 

I own the second (darker color though) in 42.  They run pretty tts.

 

They're awesome, however, I'd probably have gone with another shoe.  The foam soles just feel cheap to me.

post #26332 of 37996
Some Guidi backzips popped up in my size (single sole version) for a very reasonable price, but they've got the creases/folds that are supposed to develop with wear. It seems that making your own creases in the leather is part of the experience that you buy them for... Should I go for them or should I hold out until the next season buys come in and wear my own creases into a brand new pair? shog[1].gif
post #26333 of 37996
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Originally Posted by wurm View Post

The only downside to a backpack is if you live in a climate that's really hot/has really hot summers you get a sweaty back/shoulders. I'll probably use one even when I'm done with school though.
That said the Silent SS13 backpack looks cool. Too bad we won't be seeing it for a while.

 

If you get a Jansport or a fashion-y backpack this is an issue, but if you get a hiking backpack they're designed with ventilation to prevent this problem.  It's not perfect, but it works pretty well.

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Originally Posted by darkmatter7 View Post

I own the second (darker color though) in 42.  They run pretty tts.

They're awesome, however, I'd probably have gone with another shoe.  The foam soles just feel cheap to me.

i was thinking the exact same thing, thanks for confirming fistbump.gif
post #26335 of 37996
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

If you get a Jansport or a fashion-y backpack this is an issue, but if you get a hiking backpack they're designed with ventilation to prevent this problem.  It's not perfect, but it works pretty well.

I didn't know that but to be fair this is a fashion board. Most hiking backpacks are pretty ugly.
post #26336 of 37996
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I didn't know that but to be fair this is a fashion board. Most hiking backpacks are pretty ugly.

 

I guess that's true, it's one of those things where I take function way over form though; I do a lot of traveling/hiking.  Plus, and this is totally my opinion, I think that having a super expensive-looking bag makes you look like a big twat.

 

Also and probably most importantly, I don't ever need a backpack in places where I'm trying to look nice.

post #26337 of 37996
Anyone have experience with Opening Ceremony shoes? Positive/negative?
post #26338 of 37996
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

I guess that's true, it's one of those things where I take function way over form though; I do a lot of traveling/hiking.  Plus, and this is totally my opinion, I think that having a super expensive-looking bag makes you look like a big twat.

Also and probably most importantly, I don't ever need a backpack in places where I'm trying to look nice.

One could say the same thing about clothes in general.
post #26339 of 37996
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One could say the same thing about clothes in general.

 

Totally true but they key word is 'expensive-looking,' which is something I think most of us try to avoid in clothing (think Gucci logos, True Religion jeans, etc).  

post #26340 of 37996
So what makes an 'expensive-looking' bag?
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