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Shipping to Aus is mega rape though. Shame, cause their basic white t-shirts are so comfortable.
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Hi GF, really appreciate the trouble you've gone to. I've been looking to update my frames for quite some time,might as well throw a little sprez in the mix! Hope the weather is treating you well, glorious day here.

DB to use that old Klingon saying 'today is a good day to wash' great day and now have favourite mushroom and pea korma slowly cooking for dinner.
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anyone have experience with watches? I dropped my damn watch and do not know what to do.

 

best to get it looked at but 15 seconds isnt alot really and probably just needs to be reseated and recalibrated.

 

Try a cape-cod cloth to polish up the edge .. they work wonders - wont get rid of a dent but itll smooth it out 

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Originally Posted by streetminimal View Post

Shipping to Aus is mega rape though. Shame, cause their basic white t-shirts are so comfortable.

http://www.shipito.com/
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http://www.shipito.com/

Are you sure Toby? I played with their calculator and the shipping costs didn't seem too cheap to me.
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Anyone interested in a Herring Richmond (Loake Buckingham) shoe in a tobacco brown? I bought mine a size too small. Will sell for $100. (size 9.5 UK).


Edited by Oli2012 - 4/28/13 at 1:32am
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anyone have experience with watches? I dropped my damn watch and do not know what to do.

Max schweizer as mentioned
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Bad luck Oli; but don't give up I've bought plenty of wrong sized shoes, soldier on and find a last that fits you v well (still on that sadly) and you'll be set smile.gif
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Anyone interested in a Herring Richmond (Loake Buckingham) shoe in a tobacco brown? I bought mine a size too small. Will sell for $100. 


What size?

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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

Are you sure Toby? I played with their calculator and the shipping costs didn't seem too cheap to me.

Well--I'm not saying if you use ShipItTo you'll be *happy* with the shipping cost. Just that if you think a particular retailer is reaming you on shipping, using ShipItTo should mean that you instead pay something approximating the real shipping cost.

But anyway, isn't Lands' End only $28 for shipping? That really isn't too bad if you are buying 3+ items at a large discount...
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Bought some new running shoes today (Asics DS Racers FWIW). Never complaining about the cost of bench made shoes ever again...
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Bought some new running shoes today (Asics DS Racers FWIW). Never complaining about the cost of bench made shoes ever again...


Implying they were expensive? You buy them in store or online? I'm more of a Saucony Kinvara 3 kind of guy.

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Bought some new running shoes today (Asics DS Racers FWIW). Never complaining about the cost of bench made shoes ever again...

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Implying they were expensive? You buy them in store or online? I'm more of a Saucony Kinvara 3 kind of guy.

Nike Free Run, baby!

Still, the great thing about having a wide choice of running shoes is that different brands suit different feet. I personally don't like the feel and fit of Brooks shoes, but I've got a friend who runs marathons and he swears by them.
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Dusty - I stumbled upon a new glasses place the other day in Greville Street. Reasonably hip as you might imagine in that area. They were doing groovy stuff for $100 for prescription readers iirc - more for bi-focals - lots of options. Tortoiseshell - or facsimile - round James Joyce specs, Buddy Holly etc etc . Forget the name. I have a card somewhere. I did notice they had an ad campaign somewhere in print media a few days later. They have no resident optometrist but will refer to a friendly one or use existing scripts.

They also have a sydney presence

http://www.baileynelson.com.au/optical/mens-optical
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Nike Free Run, baby!

Still, the great thing about having a wide choice of running shoes is that different brands suit different feet. I personally don't like the feel and fit of Brooks shoes, but I've got a friend who runs marathons and he swears by them.


Ah the Nike Free Runs, the Toyota Camry of the running shoe world. Safe, popular, not all that impressive, but a good entry level running shoe.

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