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Ya bunch of big bastards. Rock on 5'8" 36R rock on...............

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Originally Posted by Spandexter View Post

Ya bunch of big bastards. Rock on 5'8" 36R rock on...............

 

6'4" 38L :<

post #28533 of 57821
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I bought my first pair with a wire transfer through Commbank. I caught them doing free wire transfers for anything not AUD, which offset the crappy rates, plus it was easy. I'd be surprised if Rezso wasn't happy to take USD, but I agree you'd be better off trying to find someone who does Euro. Let me know if you find anything which will beat your bank.

 

Thanks for the tip about Commbank, will go to a branch tomororw and have a look the. The deal you got sounds really good. Rezso hasn't replied yet, but if he's happy with USD, then I'll probably use Western Union as it's all online and easy. 

post #28534 of 57821
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post


Just building my wardrobe. Looking for a classic grey trouser (though in something lighter than flannel) and khakis. Will wear with a cotton jacket.

you can get a light weight flannel if desired. Ive got a pair and fine for winter

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6'4" 38L :<

6", 40R, 80kg (i was 86kg in the O&J lookbook)

post #28535 of 57821
6kg loss nice! Lost 2-3 kg's this last month....need to do this shit faster; though my gym partner went on holidays meaning I kinda lazed around.
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

you can get a light weight flannel if desired. Ive got a pair and fine for winter

6", 40R, 80kg (i was 86kg in the O&J lookbook)

I'm on a blood medication which causes me to overheat, so I'm not sure heavier fabrics are for me.

And I'm 6', 90kg with a 210kg squat :( 

post #28537 of 57821
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I'm on a blood medication which causes me to overheat, so I'm not sure heavier fabrics are for me.


And I'm 6', 90kg with a 210kg squat frown.gif 

Damn Oli! 210kg squat! Is your blood administrating doctor Steven Dank by any chance : )
post #28538 of 57821
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Originally Posted by Dusty Brogues View Post


Damn Oli! 210kg squat! Is your blood administrating doctor Steven Dank by any chance : )


Haha thanks. In honestly though I don't take anything as I've never wanted to do anything with lifting weights + risk and discomfort. Have been tempted after my mate lost 15kg in 2 weeks on DNP though :(

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Received a  belt from Equus leather today (SF affiliate), very happy with it. Nice thick leather with a lovely finish. Not super dressy, being bride leather, but more than suitable for the Australian menswear climate, if any of you are in need of new belts.

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Haha thanks. In honestly though I don't take anything as I've never wanted to do anything with lifting weights + risk and discomfort. Have been tempted after my mate lost 15kg in 2 weeks on DNP though frown.gif

Christian Bale must have gobbled on that when he made The Machinist a few yrs back, he dropped below 50kgs and for his height 6" plus!

Back to threads, get a khaki suit man, just acquired one myself....
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post


I got to the second post something about wearing tweed in HK and concluded there isn't much of a style overlap between he and I.

 

I can't wait to bring out the ~13oz tweed when the mercury drops.

 

The summer 11oz tweed has already seen some sunlight (and grey skies, too).

post #28542 of 57821
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Originally Posted by joiji View Post

Received a  belt from Equus leather today (SF affiliate), very happy with it. Nice thick leather with a lovely finish. Not super dressy, being bride leather, but more than suitable for the Australian menswear climate, if any of you are in need of new belts.


Still looking for affordable (read under $100) dress belt options.

post #28543 of 57821
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And I'm 6', 90kg with a 210kg squat frown.gif 

Dang, I'm 6'2" and 90kg and squatting nothing thanks to 2 X arthroscopies.. Dont take those movements for granted!
post #28544 of 57821
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Originally Posted by nabilmust View Post

I can't wait to bring out the ~13oz tweed when the mercury drops.

The summer 11oz tweed has already seen some sunlight (and grey skies, too).
You have thinner blood than me! I gave my Harris Tweed jacket away the other week as I wasn't getting any wear out of it, even in the middle of winter.
post #28545 of 57821
I don't understand how those HK boys ever wear heavy tweed in that climate. True some wear noted than others but still. I don't even get much wear outof my Donegal even in Melbourne in winter. So much so that like pop I'm thinking of getting rid of it.
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