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Good price for C&J's - http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com.au/viewitem?sbk=1&nav=HP_FEED&itemId=121172584921

My size 9.5 UK. Someone buy them so I am not tempted.

But first think to yourself "will I wear black loafers often?" (reason I am not buying). The most expensive shoes are the ones you do not wear.
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The most expensive shoes are the ones you do not wear.

Absolutely right!
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I can't be bothered looking after shoes that much except for my biannual lick of conditioner.

You guys might be interested to know that on campaign I copped a heap of abuse from a Young Nationals volunteer. He had a white cattleman on and looked like the milkybar kid.

For those of us in Canberra - don't worry. He told me you're all getting jobs in the bush.
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Thanks, fxh. This worked.

I'm guessing you do realise it wasn't invented in order to buy fancy clothes online, but for dissidents and others.
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hi terty - sorry I only get a few opportunities to check the forums these days - shoot me a PM or email me at enquiries@suitshop.com.au 

 

hi to all - PSA Im going to wind down Owen & James given my focus on Suit Shop. Ill be running a deep sale to clear anything that's left.

 

Im going to hold onto the brand and perhaps do just popovers and denim in the future.

 

Sad news Romp, but certainly understandable given how busy you must be. Good luck.

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Good price for C&J's - http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com.au/viewitem?sbk=1&nav=HP_FEED&itemId=121172584921

...Someone buy them so I am not tempted.

Well that did not take long. Like I say, good price.
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Well that did not take long. Like I say, good price.

 

I've seen that guy sell a pair of C&J handgrades for $76 on ebay.

 

Funnily enough the item got flipped via the marketplace here for considerably more than that.

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I've seen that guy sell a pair of C&J handgrades for $76 on ebay.

Funnily enough the item got flipped via the marketplace here for considerably more than that.

Tempted to do that but decided a) to let someone who wants them get them and enjoy them and b) I have enough stuff I need to sell already.

Spring cleaning is coming.
Edited by Pink Socks - 9/8/13 at 6:45am
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Sad to hear about O&J; but glad about the sale and (ofcourse) all the best with Suitshop:fonz:

Don't forget to remind us when you put the sales up :smarmy:, those CS-100x will be mine; sizing advice compared to SL-100x (assuming same size)?

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I'm guessing you do realise it wasn't invented in order to buy fancy clothes online, but for dissidents and others.

 

we're all rebels, one way or another

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But first think to yourself "will I wear black loafers often?" (reason I am not buying). The most expensive shoes are the ones you do not wear.

I have a black pair of Gucci loafers with brass horsebits, which I bought about 10 years ago. They are in bad need of resoling, but look great with raw denim and a white shirt for casual Friday or the evening.

Brown loafers are more flexible, for sure, as black looks pretty dumb with most colours of chinos. But if the price is right, get them and you might be surprised at how useful they are.
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For the greater part of the last hour, I've been trying to prevent the US nike.com website from redirecting to nike.com.au when I try to make a purchase.

 

I'm about to give up completely. Anyone has had any luck preventing this geolocation redirection?

 

You tried the Hola.org plugin for Chrome browser?

 

I use it to stream NetFlix from US no probs.. its a Geo Blocker that is embedded in your browser.

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Want to grab some superga in white - everywhere is out of stock in my size. Everywhere. Even the Superga UK and US site.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=281151228213

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You tried the Hola.org plugin for Chrome browser?

 

I use it to stream NetFlix from US no probs.. its a Geo Blocker that is embedded in your browser.

 

Thanks, Rob.

 

I got comgateway to place the order for me and then ship it to Sydney. Their BuyForMe service cost $6 (5% of the purchase price). Cheaper than neurofen.

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