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post #21256 of 55900
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Originally Posted by LonerMatt View Post

This is my current wallet. It's not for everyone, but I love it.
http://www.noahlambert.com/

That is fucking lovely.
post #21257 of 55900
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Originally Posted by LonerMatt View Post

This is my current wallet. It's not for everyone, but I love it.

http://www.noahlambert.com/

 

was umming and ahhing over this for a while.

 

what deterred me from getting it was it's gargantuan size.

post #21258 of 55900

Well, I really like it and haven't had an issue with the size.

 

I think I notice depth more than anything, since I only keep some notes and cards in there it suits me well.

 

I think it's great value too, but I'm also a noob, so I could be far off the mark.

post #21259 of 55900
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Originally Posted by sliq View Post

was umming and ahhing over this for a while.

what deterred me from getting it was it's gargantuan size.
post #21260 of 55900
LonerMatt, I am impressed that you are attempting to remain stylish while living in Mildura. Not only is it Mildura, but it is also bloody hot up there.

We don't have many (any?) other country members that I know of. Unless you count Canberra.
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I think I count as country these days, I actually live just over the border now in Queanbeyan, a small town of about 20,000 people and I was born in Parkes and spend a lot of time in the Monaro/Snowies fishing. Like many people brought up in the city, despite my urban upbringing my heart remains in the country...
post #21262 of 55900
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Originally Posted by LonerMatt View Post

This is my current wallet. It's not for everyone, but I love it.

http://www.noahlambert.com/

 

I am "this" close to grabbing the wallet except that I need to know how thick it is when coded, not the actually measurement but how thick

it feels in your pocket and if it the fold bends nicely to allow the ends to meet horizontally instead of the terrible "door stop" look wallet with thick hinges end up having.

 

Of even more interest is if the fold flattens out with repeated use.

How long have you had your wallet and has its thickness decreased since new?

 

thanks.

post #21263 of 55900
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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

We don't have many (any?) other country members that I know of. Unless you count Canberra.

Ming stated that Canberra was a good place for a sheep paddock but I would not call it country. Canberra is some strange mutation that is neither city or rural and while it has a few good aspects of both it falls short in its idea and implementation. Rural town environments have some fine architectural graces but Canberra its butt ugly too much 70's architectural brutalism deposited without rhyme or reason being one point.
post #21264 of 55900

Any progress shots of the belt you purchased to patina Rob? (Can patina be used as a verb?)

post #21265 of 55900
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post


Gentlemen,
Unfortunately, something has come up and I can't do this Thursday.
How do people feel about Elvish's suggestion of meeting up next Friday (which will be 23 November) for lunch or for a coffee?
We can then aim to hammer out some details for drinks or dinner in early December, if people happen to be free.

Sounds good.  Just a suggestion, coffee in the Library at Tattersalls perhaps.  Overlooks cnr of Queen Street Mall opp DJs.  Just an idea.  Its a peaceful escape and coffee etc is good.  Up to the concensus

post #21266 of 55900
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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

LonerMatt, I am impressed that you are attempting to remain stylish while living in Mildura. Not only is it Mildura, but it is also bloody hot up there.
We don't have many (any?) other country members that I know of. Unless you count Canberra.


Well, I haven't posted fit pictures yet, so perhaps your compliments are undue, but I'll take them nonetheless. Thank you.

 

I see all these guidelines about suits and ties, etc, on this forum. I wear dark jeans and a shirt (untucked) and I still outdress most people in this town! Sometimes it seems so absurd, but then I'm reminded its context, context, context.

 

 

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Originally Posted by UnnamedPlayer View Post

 

I am "this" close to grabbing the wallet except that I need to know how thick it is when coded, not the actually measurement but how thick

it feels in your pocket and if it the fold bends nicely to allow the ends to meet horizontally instead of the terrible "door stop" look wallet with thick hinges end up having.

 

Of even more interest is if the fold flattens out with repeated use.

How long have you had your wallet and has its thickness decreased since new?

 

thanks.

 

Definitely bends well. Mine, as far say I can tell, has become completely flat, and not like a door stop at all. I've had it about a year, but the majority of the change took place within the first few months. There used to be some photos on Noah's website of new compared with aged. Maybe they're still there, or I can take photos of mine and we an all bask in the water stain some students created a few months ago and 'tut tut'!

post #21267 of 55900
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Originally Posted by Jimbosaurus View Post

On leather goods, does anyone have any recommendations of brands/stores to look at for a decent leather folio? Just looking for something to hold a note pad and a couple of A4 reports.
No specified price range at the moment, just trying to get an idea of what is out there.

Hunt Leather, Tattersalls Arcade, BNE

 

LATE EDIT - Apologies, as I continued to read and catch up here, several others stated same.

post #21268 of 55900
Whenever I visit my girlfriend in Canberra, I marvel at how many people rock around in public with tracksuits on. It's the best! LOL biggrin.gif
post #21269 of 55900

Say hello to the newest member of the PJ club. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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I can take some photos of mine tomorrow if you're curious guys.

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