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post #89821 of 110262
Passed on a tan/khaki southwick jacket today about size 40S, if anyone wants it I can go pick it up quick.

Also I was sad I had to put back a brown 100% cashmere jacket, because it had some discoloration on the lapels. Hate that feeling.
post #89822 of 110262

NOS with tags madras from Langrock, the legendary Princeton campus shop (more pictures). Nice article from Bruce Boyer on Langrock here. Tagged 35. Available, but more info over at the buy/sell/want thread. 

post #89823 of 110262

Nataku is the man! Thanks for the freebees! :slayer:

post #89824 of 110262

NWT Stone Island Henley/Pullover thing - tagged size XXL but looks like it would fit a true L... retail is crazy high on this stuff

 

http://www.stoneisland.com/us/stone-island/men/polo-sweater_cod39389352jw.html

 

Also a duet of middling condition pairs of high end Italian corduroys - 1 Kiton (no content tags but feels partially cashmere) and & 1 Luciano Barbera

post #89825 of 110262
post #89826 of 110262
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NWT Stone Island Henley/Pullover thing - tagged size XXL but looks like it would fit a true L... retail is crazy high on this stuff

http://www.stoneisland.com/us/stone-island/men/polo-sweater_cod39389352jw.html

Also a duet of middling condition pairs of high end Italian corduroys - 1 Kiton (no content tags but feels partially cashmere) and & 1 Luciano Barbera

Does the stone island justify msrp price?
Good find just wondering what it's like
A lot if sw&d I find kind if is a downer quality wise compared to the fabrics in classicstyle brands
post #89827 of 110262

Not super e-thrift pricing, but $40 for some "worn" Timberlands...

If only they understood about weathering (Click to show)

Factory induced forefoot wear :devil:. Based on the heel, these could only have been worn a couple times at best.

Love them being marked as run of the mill Tims.

Stoked. Finally have some solid daily use suede, and they feel great.

post #89828 of 110262
That's awesome. Probably way more durable than Clark's dbs as well!
post #89829 of 110262
90k approaches.....
post #89830 of 110262

How far do you guys clean your suede shoes?

post #89831 of 110262
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How far do you guys clean your suede shoes?

 

I usually stand about 19" from the shoes while cleaning them.  You??

post #89832 of 110262
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How far do you guys clean your suede shoes?

 

 

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I usually stand about 19" from the shoes while cleaning them.  You??

17".  I got short arms...  :embar:

post #89833 of 110262

LOLZ I like to keep about 10 inches or so so I can sniff the fumes from the polish at the same time, without hurting my vision ie. cross eyed!

post #89834 of 110262
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How far do you guys clean your suede shoes?

 

All the way up to the ankles, and all the way down to the tips of the toes.

post #89835 of 110262

Can anyone shed anymore light on these PRL Italy made pants.  Never seen this tag before, really cool details, in a black flannel wool.

 

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