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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Anyone here a 13D? I have a pair of shell cordovan Allen Edmonds Hinsdale penny loafers (a discontinued shoe, very similar to the Alden LHS loafer). Handsewn vamp stitching, etc. Burgundy shell.

Whatcha asking for them?
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Originally Posted by tonylumpkin View Post

Whatcha asking for them?

Back off!! PM already sent fight[1].gif I thought it was funny how he posted that right under my post (my sig line clearly states I'm looking for 13D shell).
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Originally Posted by amadar View Post

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Originally Posted by tonylumpkin View Post

Whatcha asking for them?
Back off!! PM already sent fight[1].gif I thought it was funny how he posted that right under my post (my sig line clearly states I'm looking for 13D shell).

I would guess most people (at least I do) have sigs turned off as there is already too much white space taking of the posting area.

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Awhile ago I picked up a Carroll & Co. sport coat with this label inside:

 

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I read through the Labels, Heels and Nail Patterns thread and posted a question in there, but came up with nothing.  Then, today I found a Paul Stuart SC with the exact same label - any ideas on the maker? 

 

I know Samuelsohn makes some stuff for PS, but I thought that was just the "made in Canada" clothing and this was made right here in God's United States.

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That doesn't look like the Samuelson label I know.
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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post

Awhile ago I picked up a Carroll & Co. sport coat with this label inside:

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I read through the Labels, Heels and Nail Patterns thread and posted a question in there, but came up with nothing.  Then, today I found a Paul Stuart SC with the exact same label - any ideas on the maker? 

I know Samuelsohn makes some stuff for PS, but I thought that was just the "made in Canada" clothing and this was made right here in God's United States.
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Originally Posted by grendel View Post

Oh God.... You just reminded me of the most disturbing thing I've seen in a while... If you're disturbed and interested search for "shell cordovan love" on youtube

Damn, I need to gets me a pair of Hanovers Shells I guess!!!
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Originally Posted by grendel View Post

Oh God.... You just reminded me of the most disturbing thing I've seen in a while... If you're disturbed and interested search for "shell cordovan love" on youtube

That could be one of the creepiest things I have seen in awhile. How is there only 1 "dislike" out of all those people that have watched it.??
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Originally Posted by cpmac7 View Post

That could be one of the creepiest things I have seen in awhile. How is there only 1 "dislike" out of all those people that have watched it.??

It's a niche video for fetishists. And yes, that is the word. I've heard about this phenomenon before- there are people who get off on videos of shoes in motion. Disturbing, I like much more straightforward things like tranny midgets running a train on a donkey.
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despite knowing that i shouldn't, i'm going to watch that video. i hope this doesn't awaken something in me.

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Originally Posted by darkmatter7 View Post

Positions in which I had obligations to other people on hauls.

Positions in which people asked for $50 RLPL suits.

Positions in which I was flailing in school and personal life because I was overwhelmed by this business and didn't have time to sell/ship myself.

Positions in which I was broke and unable to pay postage to ship out stuff.



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post #37811 of 125415
That guy is BS ing. He said he bought them from a Hanover catalog in 1996. That was at least 15 years after they closed up shop.
post #37812 of 125415
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Originally Posted by grendel View Post

Nothing that graphic would stay on youtube long. He just gets way too into rubbing his shoes. 

Dude, we poke fun, but really: shoe fetishists must have it made. Imagine waking up each morning and seeing thousands of nakey women walking around!

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It unDEANiably might.

 

but seriously this video:

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Originally Posted by mexicutioner View Post

despite knowing that i shouldn't, i'm going to watch that video. i hope this doesn't awaken something in me.
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post #37814 of 125415
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Originally Posted by Typhoid Jones View Post

With all the talk about reproofing that Beaufort, if any of you needs something reproofed you should try:  http://www.greenmountainreproofing.com/

$33 for most jackets and I've used them before.  I was very pleased because they also do edit: no longer do repairs (they call with a quote and ask if you want them done).  Good luck!

Try these guys: http://www.redclaysoul.com/?p=2619
post #37815 of 125415
that was along time ago.

but yeah i don't want to put money into a jacket i do not want.
its just sitting in a box in the closet now. idk what to do with it.

the range bag is now offically the tumi i picked up and conditioned into something semi-usuable.

ill think of something, maybe make it a tarp for my bbq. its $50 worth of waxed cotton im sure it has a use
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