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^^^
Yes, Dig, probably for a lot of photos. But you can "bulk upload" pictures.
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Originally Posted by highlifeman View Post


for me, tapatalk has been a damn headache.

I tried to post from that and keep getting error crap. Deleted that shit.
post #53808 of 118836
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Originally Posted by hmmurdock View Post

Anybody know anything about Samurai Jeans?

Kop them! Pre dibs if my size:D
post #53809 of 118836
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Originally Posted by hmmurdock View Post

Anybody know anything about Samurai Jeans?

Amazing, grail level stuff! Deets?
post #53810 of 118836
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Originally Posted by dustinmyself View Post

for me, tapatalk has been a damn headache.
I tried to post from that and keep getting error crap. Deleted that shit.

Tapatalk is hit or miss with this forum. I've never had any issues on any other forum though. So there is clearly a communication issue between the app and the forum that comes into play.

You cannot add pics from your local device (Android version), not sure about the iOS version though.
post #53811 of 118836
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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

I have done the same with my Samsung Galaxy. It IS quite tiresome, I'll confess.

You should be able to post images straight from your gallery with android, works on my tab with the ICS update.
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Speaking of jeans, anyone know about Edwin, made in Japan? I know it's not as grail as Samurai. It has chain stitching hems too.
post #53813 of 118836
Really nice stuff. All are made in Japan, AFAIK. They have multiple levels of quality and pricing. I guess you can consider them the Levis of Japan. Their selvedge offerings are very nice but pricey. I was eyeing some of their rainbow selvedge pieces while in Tokyo about a month ago. Even their non-selvedge jeans are nice - retail is about $140-$150.
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Originally Posted by eddievddr10 View Post


not really streetwear, more like italian fashion pieces

 

It's a chav thing, I consider that streetwear. Burberry, Fred Perry, Stone Island, C.P. Company.  That's the soccer hooligan's uniform in the UK.

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700

T
he longest dress shirt I have ever seen. Wearing this untucked is like wearing a tall tee.

 

 

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700 A ridiculously long pocket.
700

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Pics are extra shitty tonight.

NWOT Robert Graham shirt. Cardboard still in the collar. Large. Available.
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Hickey Freeman flannel suit. Loro Piana Fabric. 46L. Available.
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Originally Posted by hmmurdock View Post

Anybody know anything about Samurai Jeans?

Dibs if 30-33
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A few cool things today:

 

Dat Versace and Brioni

 

 

700

 

Holubar down vest

 

 

700

 

RRL wool trousers.  Flat front and what not.

 

 

700

 

 

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Recent Lorenzini shirt

 

 

700

 

Zegna by Incotex cords.

 

 

700

 

Some older Prada slip on suede shoes.

 

 

700

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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And finally...a Golden Fleece suit from Fall 2008.  Nasty!

 

 

 

 

700

 

 

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700

post #53819 of 118836
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Originally Posted by Randomore View Post

 

Skeet shirt Size M available, didnt Ian want one of these? 

700

 

 

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to be clear I was looking for one in xl for my dad for christmas preferably one of the least ugly patterns I am trying to get him to stop wearing them all together but while he is going through this midlife crisis i can at least help him by making him wear the least ugly ones so when my kids look through old photos with my dad in them they don't ask why grandpa is wearing a skeet blanket nod[1].gif

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Originally Posted by Ian Erickson View Post

to be clear I was looking for one in xl for my dad for christmas preferably one of the least ugly patterns I am trying to get him to stop wearing them all together but while he is going through this midlife crisis i can at least help him by making him wear the least ugly ones so when my kids look through old photos with my dad in them they don't ask why grandpa is wearing a skeet blanket nod%5B1%5D.gif

HAHAHAHAHH

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