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post #64891 of 102856
I overheard the Goodwill clerk talking quite loudly about ...



...shirts selling on some website (not this one) for $200 and they all had a good laugh about it. After they moved on, I sauntered over to the rack to have a peek for myself, having never seen a live R.G. skeet rag.



Did not kopulate.

post #64892 of 102856
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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

I overheard the Goodwill clerk talking quite loudly about ...

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...shirts selling on some website (not this one) for $200 and they all had a good laugh about it. After they moved on, I sauntered over to the rack to have a peek for myself, having never seen a live R.G. skeet rag.



Did not kopulate.

 

 

 

Holy crap! That's atrocious! That's almost the same discounted price as skeet blankets at The Rack! ffffuuuu.gif

post #64893 of 102856
Wes, you got comp
post #64894 of 102856

 

 

This one can be sold for 200$ its a limited edition.

post #64895 of 102856
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Originally Posted by chiron View Post

This one can be sold for 200$ its a limited edition.

It will be funny if next time Dig goes back there it's tagged $200.
post #64896 of 102856
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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

I overheard the Goodwill clerk talking quite loudly about ...



...shirts selling on some website (not this one) for $200 and they all had a good laugh about it. After they moved on, I sauntered over to the rack to have a peek for myself, having never seen a live R.G. skeet rag.



Did not kopulate.

 

 

That shirt seriously looks like it came out of an old bollywood film.

I woudlnt be surprised  if its indian inspired. 100% spot on old school fabrics

post #64897 of 102856
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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

I overheard the Goodwill clerk talking quite loudly about ...



...shirts selling on some website (not this one) for $200 and they all had a good laugh about it. After they moved on, I sauntered over to the rack to have a peek for myself, having never seen a live R.G. skeet rag.



Did not kopulate.

 


I Dare you to wear it with a black suit and black herringbone tie,oh, and shiny shoes. -too loud on it's own, under a suit, you should be tough enough to laugh at the laughter. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

peacock style anybody?          used my 100th post to say this.  go on, do it.

post #64898 of 102856

Weird pick up today - never seen this before.  

 

A tie made by Neiman Marcus for the U.S. Senate - and what's better is I could totally wear this pattern... :)

 

 

 

post #64899 of 102856

I wonder if the reduction in the federal budget includes "ties"?  rimshot.gif

 

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Originally Posted by sn0wman View Post

Weird pick up today - never seen this before.  

 

A tie made by Neiman Marcus for the U.S. Senate - and what's better is I could totally wear this pattern... :)

 

 

 

post #64900 of 102856
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Originally Posted by chiron View Post

I wonder if the reduction in the federal budget includes "ties"?  rimshot.gif

 

rotflmao.gif

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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

Youve been finding a ton of smaller stuff icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif

 

Anyone have 1st hand experience on the quality on these as they would prob fit perfect.

    I have a pair of Gap Selvage that are about 3 yrs old, purchased NOS from ebay for 25$ with tags.  I think the quality isnt the best for selvage, but find myself wearing them probably the most only because the fit is great off the rack.

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Originally Posted by caseyfud View Post

28 inseam sounds so short, though. you're 5' 6" or so, right? that will barely touch your shoes. I'm 5' 6" and I am usually good with a 30 inseam, though I prefer 32.

My Gap Selvage are 28 inseam and I run about 5'11 on a good day.  Its hard to judge inseam by height sometimes.

One small cuff and they still have a full break.  Granted I have other selvage that are between 32-34, for the exact reasons of cuffing them a bit more.

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Originally Posted by amadar View Post


Not sure its necessarily that easy to determine inseam by height, as everybody's proportions are different. For example- I'm 6'1" and a 31" inseam is just fine for me.

+1

post #64901 of 102856
Only one thing today. Remember the uproar when this came out?

Mcnasty
post #64902 of 102856
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Originally Posted by GM-H View Post

Only one thing today. Remember the uproar when this came out?

Mcnasty

Wow I never heard of that. just looked it up.

a Gap boo boo

post #64903 of 102856
Dounds similar to the Abercrombie shirts in the early 2000s with clever phrases that were incredibly racist. The one that sticks in my memory is the "wong brothers laundromat -- two wongs can make it white" theme. Wow did that generate a world of hurt.
post #64904 of 102856
Best thing from my first store. NIB



Also picked up the zegna jab suit for $15 someone wanted. Very surprised it was still there 2 weeks later. Has a few food spots that should come out at dry cleaners no problem. Looks really nice. Not sure who wanted it but ill go back and check my pm
post #64905 of 102856

fuck, just had a dream about thrifting, calling therapist now

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