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Nataku, Gucci is real and the Breitling is a siiiiiick find. Keep us posted on your sales price!

Thanks Spoo!

Thanks everyone, it's definitely one of my better finds. Just goes to show, you never know what you're gonna find.

Also, I have a pair of British Walkers shell cordovan oxfords up right now. 825 views and 60 watchers! What!?! This name isn't even that well known. I remember inquiring about how to be featured on Put This On a while back after reading how people's views, watchers and ending prices spiked because of PTO. Well, I thought "Maybe...just maybe..." and took a look. Sure enough on Sept 5th, my shoes were on the list. Woo Hoo! bounce2.gif
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^ you win the internets today!
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Nothing too extravagant, but got this fabric and will attempt to make a hand-rolled PS

 

For those who were interested with how it turned out:

 

 

It was my first time doing such a thing and it's not the greatest quality, but I'm happy with it.

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^No offense, but that looks pretty bad to my eye. Flip it around and display the poof rather than the edges. And show less square overall.
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^No offense, but that looks pretty bad to my eye. Flip it around and display the poof rather than the edges. And show less square overall.

No offense taken. I will probably poof it.

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^No offense, but that looks pretty bad to my eye. Flip it around and display the poof rather than the edges. And show less square overall.

That, you don't want your PS to look like a parachute. But I like the colour and the dog, something fun.
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That, you don't want your PS to look like a parachute. But I like the colour and the dog, something fun.

Thanks. I always fold, this was just for a photo. 

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Wow, Nat, incredible find! I can't imagine finding something like that but I'm holding out hope.

A few odds and ends for me, just a few things right now...

Zegna Soft pants. They're brick red and I'd love them if they fit. They're a size 36 and made in Italy. Anyone know who made them? Does Incotex make anything in Italy anymore? They have the thing in front of the zipper but aren't a split waistband. I'm fairly confident that they're NWOT. Single pleats and cuffs. AVAILABLE

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Burberry polo. I think it's my third or fourth Burberry polo on this trip and I had never found one prior to two weeks ago. (Not available)


Nothing too special but it's for me. A heavy cord jacket with suede patches and a throat latch. Made by Zanetti (?).


Bollé polarized sunglasses, made in Italy. These are pretty nice and they're for women I believe. Model name is Molly. (available on the cheap if my wife doesn't want them.)
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I picked these up from a DSW. They aren't high quality, but I'll wear them this fall and for $21 I didn't want to pass them.
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^Clarks Desert boots for $20? Sign me up. Nice find.

Sadly, I don't think there's a DSW near here...
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Oh and I've been passing on things left and right as I'm running out of space. However, I saw something today that might get some interest. I'm in Denver until tomorrow morning so I could proxy until then. It was a Pendleton jacket/heavy shirt. I don't know what to call it but it was designed like an odd jacket, but lighter. I think it had patch pockets and it was a green plaid. Size L and pretty cool. I'm going to look for something similar for myself for fall dog walking. It was $15 though, so I left it. I'm uncertain with age but I couldn't find a moth hole in it. Let me know tonight/tomorrow morning if you want it.
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^Clarks Desert boots for $20? Sign me up. Nice find.
Sadly, I don't think there's a DSW near here...

Nice find. Although I just want to point out that these have rubber soles as opposed to the natural plantation crepe, but at $20 who cares! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by cptjeff View Post

^Clarks Desert boots for $20? Sign me up. Nice find.
Sadly, I don't think there's a DSW near here...

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Nice find. Although I just want to point out that these have rubber soles as opposed to the natural plantation crepe, but at $20 who cares! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

I thought they were desert boots at first from a distance and was disappointed when I grabbed them. However, they were 70% off and the guy at the check-out gave me an additional 10% off for being (and I quote) "an awesome shoe-loving customer." I said "well, I am all of those things. Thanks."

They had them in a sand suede. The boot is actually called the Bushacre 2. If anyone wants a proxy, let me know and I can possibly make it happen.
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I also saw these online. Pretty good price and you can get $40 off with the coupon they have at the top of the page. Limited on sizes though.

http://www.dsw.com/shoe/ralph+lauren+collection+men%27s+kelby+chukka+boot?prodId=232929&category=dsw12cat1750008&activeCats=dsw2cat40002,dsw12cat640004,dsw12cat1750008
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Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post

I thought they were desert boots at first from a distance and was disappointed when I grabbed them. However, they were 70% off and the guy at the check-out gave me an additional 10% off for being (and I quote) "an awesome shoe-loving customer." I said "well, I am all of those things. Thanks."
They had them in a sand suede. The boot is actually called the Bushacre 2. If anyone wants a proxy, let me know and I can possibly make it happen.

Did they have a size 7D?
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Big Ass shout out to JPMorris! I got the nearly 20 lbs box full of goodies from him! He da mang!!!

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