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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Some Bozo, I'm sure.






funny. i left a pair of BAPE's the other day. seemed real and fairly new. maybe should have grabbed.
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

Stuff I found today and yesterday. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Ballin HF for Barney's windowpane suit with LP super 130's fabric. Trousers had some crappy repair job that I didn't notice in the store. Luckily the jacket works just fine as a SC. Available.

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Insane triple patch pocket donegal tweed half belt SC with action back and neck latch. No tags but fit's me nearly perfect, just need to let the sleeves down a touch. N/A

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Weird John Varvatos wool suit with a belted jacket and no chest pocket? Made in Italy. Available.
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Vintage Hickey Freeman 100% cashmere greatcoat with a beaver fur collar. Has a couple small moth nibbles, but no way in fuck was I leaving this.
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PRL by Corneliani silk, flax and wool glen plaid with purpleish/pink windowpane. Dual vented, size 44L, available

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POP!!!! Bespoke Edgar Pomroy single breasted peak lapel suit with dual vents.
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Fuckin' Hermes N/A

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Fit pic:
Paul Stuart Sea Island Cotton
Emile Lafaurie linen
aforementioned Hermes
all thrifted by me
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post #107118 of 117784
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

Not a thrift brag but a brag nevertheless. For my bros who lifts, I've started dead lifting for the first time in my life about 3 weeks ago, hit my best max so far @175 lbs. Not bad for starters @ 2am dead lifting when no sleep. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


That looks like 295 to me. Did you mean you lifted 175lbs, or your body weight is 175lbs? Anyway, nice setup. You don't need much for a great home gym. I train at home, too.
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I can photograph some "REAL" Bape's if it helps the thread out. :smarmy:

 

 

 

@barrelntrigger  That's it!!  When you come back we are going to arm wrestle at the bar.  Loser buys drinks.

Gentlemen,

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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post
 

Not a thrift brag but a brag nevertheless. For my bros who lifts, I've started dead lifting for the first time in my life about 3 weeks ago, hit my best max so far @175 lbs. Not bad for starters @ 2am dead lifting when no sleep. :spam:

 

 

2 Things:

 

1) Be honest with your form. Deadlift is a high risk/reward movement when the weights go up. Doing weight that is too high for you with improper form will fuck you up.

2) Use bigger plates. So you don't have to lift the side up, roll the bar onto a small 5 lb plate to get it off the ground and make taking off/putting on plates past the first 45'er easier.

 

And fastlife is right, you can get the weight up wicked fast on deads. Just make sure you're not lagging on other things cause imbalances suck.
Also, come post on RHET!

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Originally Posted by thefastlife View Post


awesome man keep at it. you'll be surprised how quickly you're into the #300's.

Lol, I've heard that! Thanks!

 

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Originally Posted by suited View Post


That looks like 295 to me. Did you mean you lifted 175lbs, or your body weight is 175lbs? Anyway, nice setup. You don't need much for a great home gym. I train at home, too.

 

Lol, body weight = 175. I tend to get lazy while training at home. But some training at home is better than no training at all. 

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Originally Posted by size 38R View Post
 

I can photograph some "REAL" Bape's if it helps the thread out. :smarmy:

 

 

 

@barrelntrigger  That's it!!  When you come back we are going to arm wrestle at the bar.  Loser buys drinks.

Gentlemen,

I don't arm wrestle, bro. I got bad shoulders. But I'll be more than happy to buy you a few drinks when we are over next year. 

 

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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post
 

2 Things:

 

1) Be honest with your form. Deadlift is a high risk/reward movement when the weights go up. Doing weight that is too high for you with improper form will fuck you up.

2) Use bigger plates. So you don't have to lift the side up, roll the bar onto a small 5 lb plate to get it off the ground and make taking off/putting on plates past the first 45'er easier.

 

And fastlife is right, you can get the weight up wicked fast on deads. Just make sure you're not lagging on other things cause imbalances suck.
Also, come post on RHET!

True. I've seen some shitty forms. That's another reason why I don't bump up the weight too fast. To prevent from having shitty forms, I've always make sure my grip is wider, stance is a bit wider than shoulders width, head always looking 45 degrees up, butt down, keep the back straight and most importantly, thrust the hips forward but never out too much when completing the lift. I've found that by focusing on the hip thrust, you keep your back straight. Oh yeah, keep the bar close to your thighs and roll it against your shins, thighs as you come up for the lift is also a key point. 

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i have some cuts on my shins from deadlifting this morning :/
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Shoot, at least you got some cuts. I've lost my cuts after my vacationing!  :rimshot:

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Long socks bros.

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One thing yesterday that I'm bummed wasn't in my size because they're the perfect summer shoe:

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NWOB Spring Court White Canvas (size 42, available)
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Saw those yesterday but passed. Already have a pair I got from J. Crew on super clearance.
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@eazye might be my favorite poster on this thread. Always finds incredible/unique stuff! Apparently I need to visit Chicago and do some thrifting...

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anyone here have any luck getting creases out of suede shoes?

anything other than a brush to clean a pair up?

i also thrifted a Series 7 book and am now teaching myself options. FUN!
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Found stuff yesterday. Too busy to post.

But PSA to an unknown one of my local competitionatriots: I found the trou to that light gray striped orphan you picked up.

Get at me.
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Canali, Chester Barrie, Corneliani

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