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post #49021 of 57897
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

Is that the herringbone trench?

Was in Sportscraft today and they have both black and tan definitely a wet weather number. http://www.sportscraft.com.au/New-England-Mac/9344961390253,default,pd.html and there knocking $50 off
post #49022 of 57897
^^ That looks a bit short? Maybe just a tall model.

If the weather's drab enough to warrant a rain mac, you want to cover your thighs a bit IMO.

Speaking of Macs I really must put my Jack Spade one up on B&S for one of you guys for this winter. It's practically brand new and i never use it.

http://www.jackspade.com/bonded-trench/P2RU0727.html

post #49023 of 57897

Considering I got it in Japan, it may well be short.

 

Oli - it's comme des garcon.

 

Also, I tend to wear pants at the hip rather than waist - unfortunate byproduct of having a very skinny waist and long legs that doesn't let me buy OTR unless I wear at the hip.

post #49024 of 57897
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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

^^ That looks a bit short? Maybe just a tall model.

If the weather's drab enough to warrant a rain mac, you want to cover your thighs a bit IMO.

Speaking of Macs I really must put my Jack Spade one up on B&S for one of you guys for this winter. It's practically brand new and i never use it.

http://www.jackspade.com/bonded-trench/P2RU0727.html


size and price?
post #49025 of 57897

Anyone know if these soles are replaceable with some vibrams or something? No cobblers avail. in Darwin but I might get some new soles stitched on if I fly interstate. They're wool lined Buttero's, and I'm worried the crepe sole will wear out quickly/not be suitable.

 

post #49026 of 57897

Crepe soles are pretty darned hardy man.

 

Great sole for a good soul. Compliments.

post #49027 of 57897
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Originally Posted by Pink Socks View Post

Perfect backhand compliment. And some good advice in general.

On my way to the HB launch now. Should be a great night.


What a great night it was!!

Really good to catch up with everyone and the new HB store looks very good. Tempted to make my first non-sale purchase!
post #49028 of 57897
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

What a great night it was!!

Really good to catch up with everyone and the new HB store looks very good. Tempted to make my first non-sale purchase!

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That's not the SF way...

At least use a CC with price protection!
post #49029 of 57897
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Originally Posted by andrewjamesdean View Post

size and price?

I'll put up full measurements tomorrow, and some photos if I can.
post #49030 of 57897
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Originally Posted by crappbag View Post

Also, I tend to wear pants at the hip rather than waist - unfortunate byproduct of having a very skinny waist and long legs that doesn't let me buy OTR unless I wear at the hip.


Huh? How does this work. Inseam doesn't follow waist size.
post #49031 of 57897
Have put up my Jack Spade Rain Mac (L) on B & S if anyone is interested. $250 (rrp $695 satisfied.gif)

Just stock photos for now. I'll add some of my own tomorrow:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/388646/jack-spade-bonded-trench-rain-mac-100-cotton-l/0_50
post #49032 of 57897
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

What a great night it was!!

Really good to catch up with everyone and the new HB store looks very good. Tempted to make my first non-sale purchase!
What a great night out. Really ace to see everyone. HB was looking great. You were fantastic polishing shoes Gerry.
post #49033 of 57897

It was an enjoyable event - Pommery bubbles, good Dixieland band and I liked the juggler.

 

Personally I think HB could have made a killing by offering a store-wide 10% (say) discount on the night. But I suppose they are expecting us all to turn up over the next week or so, plastic in hand...

 

Some cool fits too.

post #49034 of 57897
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Originally Posted by Liber View Post

Anyone know if these soles are replaceable with some vibrams or something? No cobblers avail. in Darwin but I might get some new soles stitched on if I fly interstate. They're wool lined Buttero's, and I'm worried the crepe sole will wear out quickly/not be suitable.
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I think the real question is, why do you need wool lined boots in Darwin?
post #49035 of 57897
The crepe soles on my Clarks suck balls.
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