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I love mine. They are IMHO the best summer pjs going. I have four pair, two white and two blue, but they're really beginning to show their age. I'd like to get more, but money's tight and they've gone up to $135 a pair! If I knew who made them maybe I could find them for less, but I have no idea. Maus & Hoffman have them made for them with no manufacturer name, RN number, etc., they just say "Made in USA." So OK, here they are:

http://www.mausandhoffmanonline.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=mh&Product_Code=10M00&Category_Code=Sleepwear

Who makes them?
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I am going to be in Las Vegas for work (seriously) and have never been. Are there any must seek out shopping venues?

Also (I know not MC related) any must not miss restaruants??
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Wondering where I can get a simple and classic gold watch with a black leather band. ~$100-250

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Anybody know which brand this is?

500
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just bought the cliftons, they seem to squeak when i walk... do they need breaking in, or is something wrong?
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I've been looking at cufflinks on ebay and some of them say they have "gold fronts." What does that mean? (A google search for "gold fronts" leads to a lot of pictures of blinged out teeth and not much else.)
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Originally Posted by notfortheweak View Post

I've been looking at cufflinks on ebay and some of them say they have "gold fronts." What does that mean? (A google search for "gold fronts" leads to a lot of pictures of blinged out teeth and not much else.)

Could mean anything. I guess 'fronts' refers to the front part of the cuff-link, as opposed to the bar on the rear side, so would imply that the whole front part is gold. Since it's eBay though it's debatable whether it means actual gold or just 'gold-coloured'.
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Originally Posted by easy_golfing View Post

just bought the cliftons, they seem to squeak when i walk... do they need breaking in, or is something wrong?

It depends on where the squeak is coming from. It could be a lot of things.
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Originally Posted by ironduke View Post

I am planning to buy some Zara shirts on sale. Should I size up 0.5 inches for neck shrinking or go to a normal size?

No, just wash in cold water and hang dry. Stretch the collar when you iron and you should be ok.
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Looks nice, it is very neutral, I would say it would go with almost anything.
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Originally Posted by theDGA View Post

Anybody know which brand this is?

500

Nice pilot strap, though kinda different on a navy-style dial. As to the brand of watch, hard to say definitively, given that there are no identifying marks on the dial or strap presumably. Do you know what movement is in the case and/or anything else about the watch? COULD be a Laco Navy though I doubt it, since Laco (Lacher & Co., Germany) brands its dials, apart from some of their flieger line that is (namely, b/c they've "re-issued" modern fliegers based on those which they actually made during WW2, Laco being one of only five official suppliers of flieger b-uhr to the luftwaffe; that said, their navy line is branded). See for e.g., https://shop.laco.de/en/Navy-Watches.html

Whilst it's possible I suppose that Laco did a special project navy-line w/o the branding (they sometimes do special, custom made projects), it's more likely that the watch is made by somebody else, either a copy or, perhaps, a custom job by a small maker perhaps? Without more information--in particular, what's inside the case/the movement, which should be signed IMO--it's impossible to say for certain, there being many replicas as well as custom-watch makers out there, some of the them quite reputable (i.e., custom watch makers), but others not so much, at all (think i.e. china, etc.). Do you know anything about the movement, etc. (note: a watch is comprised of both a design and a movement, in my op.)? Are you considering this watch--i.e., is there one physically on sale somewhere that you are thinking about purchasing? If so, get more info--and remember, what's inside counts. Hope this helps.
Edited by Avocat - 8/2/11 at 12:12pm
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Originally Posted by BlacKidLA View Post

Wondering where I can get a simple and classic gold watch with a black leather band. ~$100-250


Try e-bay, where you *might* find a vintage available for auction, though solid gold? You know the price of the ounce these days, right? wink.gif

That's okay, though: at that price, I'm thinking a Movado quartz w/ the Museum dial ... classic "gold look" case w/ the 12 o'clock dot on black dial, on a black leather strap. Iconic.
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Originally Posted by antikantian View Post

Opinions on this Sartorio SC? Comments on what to pair this with?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120757419787&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT#ht_3004wt_1396
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Looks nice, it is very neutral, I would say it would go with almost anything.

+1. That is an interesting jacket for sure though. It appears seer sucker at first and yet is 100% wool. I'm sure you're not gonna find another one so if you like it I say get it. I really like the buttons too.
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