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post #7156 of 31071
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Originally Posted by James Bluesky View Post
Looking for some hawk eyes to ID these shoes. The boat chukka is driving me mad - i've seen 4 or 5 people wearing them but can't find them anywhere.

Any ID's get huge respect as these have defeated me.


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Saw some boat chukkas in the Herrington catalogue. Might have been polo RL.
post #7157 of 31071
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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post
Saw some boat chukkas in the Herrington catalogue. Might have been polo RL.


Thanks - I a nice man. Are these the chukkas you where thinking of? http://www.herringtoncatalog.com/cs435.html


The closest I have found to the chukkas are ndc made by hand:
http://www.highsnobiety.com/news/tag/ndc-made-by-hand/

Closest to the brown boots are Tom Ford:
http://tooklookbook.com/brands/tom-f...-winter/look-1

Closest to tan oxfords are ndc made by hand:
http://www1.yoox.com/item/YOOX/N.D.C...U/sts/sr_men80
post #7158 of 31071
I'm a small guy (5'7", 120lbs, 34" chest) and I'm looking to buy a new suit. Can anyone suggest lines that might have something off the rack before I start getting involved in MTM?

Thanks.
post #7159 of 31071
Any suggestions for a simple leather coin pouch? I know in the US you may not have much use for them but here in Canada we have $2, $1, $.25, $.10., $.05, and $.01 coins. I usually dont bother carrying anything smaller than $.25 coins but it would be nice to keep all my change in its own place in my front pocket. I dont like wallets with coin pouches built in sinc they feel too large. Any suggestions?
post #7160 of 31071
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Originally Posted by James Bluesky View Post
Thanks - I a nice man. Are these the chukkas you where thinking of? http://www.herringtoncatalog.com/cs435.html


The closest I have found to the chukkas are ndc made by hand:
http://www.highsnobiety.com/news/tag/ndc-made-by-hand/

Closest to the brown boots are Tom Ford:
http://tooklookbook.com/brands/tom-f...-winter/look-1

Closest to tan oxfords are ndc made by hand:
http://www1.yoox.com/item/YOOX/N.D.C...U/sts/sr_men80

Yup those are the ones. I'm not really a fan myself so can't offer much more in the way of advice/experience, just noticed the polo ones in the catalogue. They have some nice shoes in there.
post #7161 of 31071
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Originally Posted by kellgy View Post
Any opinions on these shoes? They are Eduardo G. captoes on sale for 165.00 and appear to be a good deal.




I look the shoes but not crazy about the color.
post #7162 of 31071
Anyone know any stores in Toronto that sell the Barbour Liddesdale jacket? I would like to try one on before I buy it but I cant seem to find any stores that sell them.
post #7163 of 31071
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Originally Posted by dragon8 View Post
I look the shoes but not crazy about the color.
I decided against them for now. I think another color combined with a more refined design would be more to my liking.
post #7164 of 31071
The tag says "do not tumble dry," but I didn't notice it until I took the shirt out of the drier. The fabric has ripples throughout. Is the shirt now going to tear or something while I'm wearing it?
post #7165 of 31071
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Originally Posted by Insensitive View Post
nvm

NVM as to what?
post #7166 of 31071
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Originally Posted by Von Kaiser View Post
The tag says "do not tumble dry," but I didn't notice it until I took the shirt out of the drier. The fabric has ripples throughout. Is the shirt now going to tear or something while I'm wearing it?

The only problem I see is that it may have shrunk a little...after washing on delicate, I put mine in the dryer on air tumble/no heat to get the water out and then hang dry.
post #7167 of 31071
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Originally Posted by Cuttingboard View Post
The only problem I see is that it may have shrunk a little...after washing on delicate, I put mine in the dryer on air tumble/no heat to get the water out and then hang dry.

Then what's all this business about how tumble drying ruins shirts?
post #7168 of 31071
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Originally Posted by Von Kaiser View Post
NVM as to what?

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Originally Posted by Von Kaiser View Post
Then what's all this business about how tumble drying ruins shirts?

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Originally Posted by Von Kaiser View Post
The tag says "do not tumble dry," but I didn't notice it until I took the shirt out of the drier. The fabric has ripples throughout. Is the shirt now going to tear or something while I'm wearing it?

What's exactly are you asking?
post #7169 of 31071
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Originally Posted by onix View Post
What's exactly are you asking?

Did I irreparably damage the shirt by tumble drying it?
post #7170 of 31071
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Originally Posted by Von Kaiser View Post
Did I irreparably damage the shirt by tumble drying it?

Did you tumble dry it in high heat or no heat? What type of fabric is it?
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