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Question for FXH, GF, PoP and Jason (oldies only) 

 

I wanna get a pair of linesman.

 

Do I want Bone?

 

Or Buckskin?

 

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Are they RMWs, Oli?
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

Bastard. 

A pair of Do-Wins will set me back $140. Then I've gotta get them shaved to 0.5" frown.gif

Oli, I think that PS is talking about his bare feet - he doesn't have a pair of weightlifting shoes, as he lifts when shoeless. (Hopefully, he wears something on at least some of the other parts of his body!)
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

Question for FXH, GF, PoP and Jason (oldies only) 

I wanna get a pair of linesman.

Do I want Bone?



Or Buckskin?



I don't now that I'd consider myself an oldie,but I reckon yo'd think I am, so...

I think it depends on what your intention are for wearnig the pants. Being SF, I'm guessing it's not for working in the yard on a Saturday morning, which it what the buckskin colored pants scream out at me. This could be the result of years working in heavy industry messing with me though.

The bone pants look (to me, on this tablet screen) more verssatile in terms of what you could team them with, and much less like you're off to do some gardening.

PS: This is the same reason I wont wear navy chinos - too close to cotton drill work pants...
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Oli2012

I would go Bone but only if your going the full rig eg Gloster shirt with twin breast pockets worn with RM Macqurie polished to GN standards.
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

Question for FXH, GF, PoP and Jason (oldies only) 

I wanna get a pair of linesman.

Do I want Bone? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Or Buckskin? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Who are you calling old, sonny?
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Originally Posted by Coxsackie View Post

I saw some amazing sprezz on York Street (Sydney CBD) today around 6pm.

A guy in swimming trunks walking down the footpath.

Swimming trunks. That was it. No bracelets, no pocket square, no half-undone jumper boots.

Just swimming trunks.

This aligns with what the missus and I call the Sydney Scenario - random people walking in the CBD and inner city in what is essentially beach wear. Often when it is raining.
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I'd wear either colour, they are pretty close on my monitor. It's a pretty popular look for the farmers that come in from out of town where I live just over the border from Canberra now. Like GF said, with brown RM's and checked shirt or an oxford.
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A girl told me that I have super model fashion sense. FML not enough sprezzz.
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Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post

I'd wear either colour, they are pretty close on my monitor. It's a pretty popular look for the farmers that come in from out of town where I live just over the border from Canberra now. Like GF said, with brown RM's and checked shirt or an oxford.
Yes, they look the same through my cataracts...
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Painful gym staff hover around and tell me I can't deadlift with no shoes on. Hardly a safety issue as you'd do well to drop the bar on your feet (not that a pair of runners would help anyway...).

 

Where do you lift PS?

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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post

A girl told me that I have super model fashion sense. FML not enough sprezzz.

Did you score?
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This beauty just came in today.  Very fast delivery from Carmina. I shall be horsing around this weekend.

 


Edited by Petepan - 11/7/13 at 4:45pm
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Originally Posted by Marbles View Post

Painful gym staff hover around and tell me I can't deadlift with no shoes on. Hardly a safety issue as you'd do well to drop the bar on your feet (not that a pair of runners would help anyway...).

I didn't even know (or rather hadn't really thought about it too much) there was such a thing as lifting shoes. I do my deadlifts in a pair of very old thin/flat soled squash shoes.
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Just put my order in at Oscar Hunt. $649. Navy, two buttons, jetted pocket, 2" cuffed trouser, notch lapels, half canvas.
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