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post #32191 of 38484
This:

http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Filson®-Denim-Duffle-Bag/UL00128,default,pd.html?dwvar_UL00128_Color=NAVY&contentpos=10&cgid=0469

or this:

http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Filson®-Medium-Duffle-Bag/UL00109,default,pd.html?dwvar_UL00109_Color=NAVY&contentpos=17&cgid=0469

Like the contrasting lighter leather straps on option 1, but not sure about the denim and how it will look when it fades. Also worried about indigo loss on my clothing....
post #32192 of 38484
Sip-san to me those are one of those things where it's like cool to see and think about but then once you actually get them you're like these are really gross and I want to barf. If it was the version with the chain laying flat I would say go for it
post #32193 of 38484
Lol I suck, it's actually the older model, I just took the first pic I could find.

Obviously, anything with a chain will look at least a tiny bit tacky, it's pretty discreet though.

But keep going guys, I'm 50/50 now.
post #32194 of 38484
Those shoes are actually super functional. You see, when Raf was starting out as a designer, he loved to bike. But he could only afford shitty bicycles where the chains would snap right off the gears. Growing tired of this, he started wearing spare chains around his shoes. So when those shoes arrive in the mail, don't think about how tacky they look. Think about how much they'll save your ass next time you're riding a shitty bicycle where the chains break. Function over form.
post #32195 of 38484
post #32196 of 38484
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

Those shoes are actually super functional. You see, when Raf was starting out as a designer, he loved to bike. But he could only afford shitty bicycles where the chains would snap right off the gears. Growing tired of this, he started wearing spare chains around his shoes. So when those shoes arrive in the mail, don't think about how tacky they look. Think about how much they'll save your ass next time you're riding a shitty bicycle where the chains break. Function over form.

bikes are for pussies

chains are for combat





Maybe I'll go barefoot




NO !

post #32197 of 38484
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Originally Posted by hoodyear View Post

Much prefer the twill.

Me too, although I haven't seen either material in person.

I would prefer the twill with the natural leather straps (like the red label nanamica collab), but unfortunately those are hard to come by.
post #32198 of 38484
I'm Visviming a shirt and I want to get shoes that have an artisanal flavor like something from Visvim but they cost too much

I'm thinking of getting these
post #32199 of 38484
The correct compromise for Sipang is to get some norwegian/bentivegna/goiserer stitched shoes.

post #32200 of 38484
sipang buy the chain shoes
post #32201 of 38484
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Originally Posted by colabear View Post

I'm Visviming a shirt and I want to get shoes that have an artisanal flavor like something from Visvim but they cost too much

I'm thinking of getting these

what are these cola?
post #32202 of 38484
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Edited by Mr. Moo - 4/25/13 at 11:31am
post #32203 of 38484
LUC silk-blend pants and brown guidi 995's? The crashlanded aviator in my heart says yes, the wallet in my heart says nooooo



oh and plokhov tanker trousers
post #32204 of 38484
yes, yes, yes
post #32205 of 38484
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

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IMO it's gonna be too long in the body on you.

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