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post #8416 of 14587
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

crap, i totally forgot in the excitement of the belt with no breaks. I LOVE THEM!!! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

thanks mang!



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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

I had felt the same way about my Kitons, but patience was my friend.
I like your Marinellas though.

i liek your kitons too!

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

They would be nice if they didnt have seams.

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post #8417 of 14587

I recently came across this brand Anerkjendt and was after a carrdigane so bought this, not my usual style but close witha  little twist

 

700

post #8418 of 14587
it would mean the belt is made of a few pieces of leather that were fused together, not one solid piece.

And the technical term for this is "tubo?"
post #8419 of 14587

What does exhance mean?


Edited by Hampton - 12/30/12 at 1:29am
post #8420 of 14587
Itsa funny meme from the TV show CSI(any of them, really) where they can solve cases by enhancing camera and video images(zooming in).
post #8421 of 14587
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Originally Posted by Imhoff View Post

Itsa funny meme from the TV show CSI(any of them, really) where they can solve cases by enhancing camera and video images(zooming in).

Aha I see :D

post #8422 of 14587
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Originally Posted by JoeGat View Post


How do you thread it through your belt loops then? Usually there is a break between the belt buckle and the buckle holes.

Or is the belt purely ornamental?

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Originally Posted by wqvong View Post

Yeah, I see the break too.

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Originally Posted by Jamesgatz View Post

it would mean the belt is made of a few pieces of leather that were fused together, not one solid piece.
And the technical term for this is "tubo?"

OJFC. This belt. Its in my hands. I have 20/20 vision, Im not blind, or dumb laugh.gif

The belt is one piece of skin no seams, no, splits, one consistent piece of skin that runs from where the buckle is to the tail where the holes are. Not one. Nothing. No breaks, no seams, no splits, no glue marks. Nothing. Both sides.

Anyone who does not believe me or thinks they see something in the picture that looks like a break, split, seam, glue mark, fuse line, or anything similar is invited to get real close and take a look when Im wearing the belt.
post #8423 of 14587
Spoo, you should create the first belt swap box
post #8424 of 14587
With that belt as the inaugural piece
post #8425 of 14587
I wish I was able to "thumbs up" my own posts. Belt swap box, with a range of sizes, is a great idea, imo
post #8426 of 14587
Sorry to drag this on but:

Is a single-piece belt a "tubo"? I've seen this term tossed around and I'm trying to learn new stuff...
post #8427 of 14587
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Originally Posted by Jamesgatz View Post

Sorry to drag this on but:
Is a single-piece belt a "tubo"? I've seen this term tossed around and I'm trying to learn new stuff...

http://www.styleforum.net/t/199419/the-search-for-tubo-r-i-p-tubo/30#post_3601060

Hence, seamless, uncut, without seams.
post #8428 of 14587
i will see this belt, and confirm its seamlessness.
post #8429 of 14587

I'm pretty sure the belt is photoshopped, you can tell by the pixels.  I've seen lots of shops in my day and that belt is definitely shopped. 
 

post #8430 of 14587
Shopped!
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