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I think that lining looks sweet, and you don't really see it anyways
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Originally Posted by andewhall
I think that lining looks sweet, and you don't really see it anyways
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post #3258 of 11974
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Originally Posted by lowrey
lol yea mine is fully lined with a map

not visible really, but I thought about lining it again in black or something..
I actually like the lining. It's reminiscent of the old WWII A2 flight jacket that had a built-in surival map as part of the lining. If I got that jacket I'd might be tempted to have something a little more realistic put in.
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Thought that I would, in Rye GB style, credit all the retailers:

Scarf by Jack Spade, Kate Spade Store, SF.
Hoodie by W+H, Uncle Otis, Toronto.
Belt by Baltazar, Baltazar, LA.
Jeans by Spurr, Oak, NYC.
Leather braid cuff by APC, APC, NYC.
Natural colored Chucks, City Sports, Cambridge MA.

Face: too much travelling lately, and more to come.
post #3260 of 11974
I like the lining, actually. I like the whole jacket. Ngrh.
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
Face: too much travelling lately, and more to come.

Lucky it wasn't caused by the math on the whiteboard behind you

--Wade
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Cold here in Phoenix today... ok - mid 60's...

Camera's busted, so I'll describe.

Top: Old Navy blue ringer tee over a gray long-sleeve waffle shirt from Hollister (both from resale shops).

Pants: Evergreen Jeans purchased for $8 at Last Chance.

Shoes: Frye Brando Engineer boots (tobacco color) found for $49.99 at Last Chance.
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Originally Posted by Wade M
Lucky it wasn't caused by the math on the whiteboard behind you

--Wade

Not exactly sure how to take that...

In any case, the long division is my seven year old's work. And the rest of the stuff is my wife's. Me, I let the computer solve everything using the Runga-Kutta method. I don't believe that I've actually done any work by hand in a while.
post #3264 of 11974
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Originally Posted by Bradford
Shoes: Frye Brando Engineer boots (tobacco color) found for $49.99 at Last Chance.

Wow, quite the find! How do they look in person? I've still been considering ordering a pair of these.
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
Thought that I would, in Rye GB style, credit all the retailers:
Our boutique friends need our love right now; I hear it's a little rough in retail land. American Rag was dead this past weekend! If we don't support this thread could end up being: 1/4" selvage Jeans with back pocket embroidery: $8.79 Old Navy 3/4 Pea coat with faux everything trim: $11.99 Walmart AA X Hanes colabo tee: $1.99 for 12 at Target Faux Croc Brogues with vulcanized sole: $13.49 Payless
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This weekend, our hero--braving the thronged streets of NYC, beset on all sides by Christmas shoppers and their squealing progeny--made his way to Greene Street near Canal, in the fabled land of SoHo. There, after badgering and questioning the proprietors of a small piece of heaven known as Blue in Green (whose namesake is itself a small piece of heaven), and after vying with nearly every pair of even vaguely slim-fitting jeans for sale, our hero found the treasure he sought, and bore his [carl] Preternaturally Barbaric Jalopy [/carl] back with him to Philadelphia--the land he calls home.

Having soaked his spoils, he found that they had become, as foretold, some seriously tight-ass jawns; therefore he set about stretching them immediately:

First, in meditation:



Then vaulting over middling brick obstacles:



And finally, levitating (once more) just to prove to himself that he could:



And thus began the saga of the XX-005's.
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Picked up the Blunnies today, taking them out for a evening test-walk. Comments?
LL
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Originally Posted by Rye GB
Our boutique friends need our love right now; I hear it's a little rough in retail land. American Rag was dead this past weekend! If we don't support this thread could end up being:

1/4" selvage Jeans with back pocket embroidery: $8.79 Old Navy

3/4 Pea coat with faux everything trim: $11.99 Walmart

AA X Hanes colabo tee: $1.99 for 12 at Target

Faux Croc Brogues with vulcanized sole: $13.49 Payless

Yeah, it is a little rough. However, I think that I know exactly 2 retailers who actually think that things are ever going well

That said, Donnell Enns at Uncle Otis is one of the best people in the retail sector I've ever met. Pays his suppliers, big and small, promptly and without any hassle, and provides terrific customer service. No attitude.
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Sauce is the master of action! The first pic looks like the glute stretches I do before cycling.
post #3270 of 11974
Sauce-Those are awesome dude. Did you get the blacks or the regular blues? BlueInGreen is truly a piece of Heaven.
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