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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by minya, Apr 9, 2006.

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  1. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Well-Known Member

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    Me, too! [​IMG]

    BFFs!!!
     
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    did you order true to size on these?
     
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    In your case, is the 9.5 the size on the shoe/box (UK size, if I remember correctly), or the "US equivalent" size, i.e. UK 8.5/US 9.5? Hopefully that makes sense....

    If you are a US 11 you are probably a 9.5 in JS. 1.5 is the way to go. Sizing down just 1 might still leave them a bit big for a lot of their shoes.
     
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    The jeans are now also made in Italy. Fabric is produced in japan and then sent of to italy...
     
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    Argh... I broke down and got me a pair of hi-top Chucks...
     
  6. SoCal2NYC

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    If you are a US 11 you are probably a 9.5 in JS. 1.5 is the way to go. Sizing down just 1 might still leave them a bit big for a lot of their shoes.

    In 6-7 pairs of Jil Sander shoes I've never done this...
     
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    In 6-7 pairs of Jil Sander shoes I've never done this...

    And the few pairs I own all have done this. And the same thing for the majority of the 70-80 pairs that Jef owns.
     
  8. SoCal2NYC

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    I may have done that with my handmade shoes, I can't recall though.
     
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    I want Jil shoes =/
     
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    I thought no one could buy this anymore since Kodiak owns it.
    Well, now that I bought it, it's cool again. Purchase at will. [​IMG]
     
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    Nice grab. Report back on how that fits when you get it. I heard Apolis Activism stuff runs pretty big, and I couldn't find any smalls on any of the affiliates' sites.

    How big do they run?

    Anyone have measurements on the Apolis Activism Vandenburg jacket (medium)? Thanks!
     
  12. SoCal2NYC

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    Tim Hamilton x Victor Osbourne feather hat Tim Hamilton x Victor Osbroune coin hat (Xmas gift for bff) Tim Hamilton silk boxers and leggings Tim Hamilton metallic fleece tracksuit [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] I look forward to seeing these in an outfit also respond to my PM
     
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    Tim Hamilton x Victor Osbourne feather hat [​IMG]
    This looks insane, I want to see it in a fit pic before I make judgments.
     
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    You didn't get the fur hat? That was the best one I think.
     
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    ^that tracksuit looks pretty awesome. and socal, i got me some marble jil finally.
     
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    What marble did you get? Damn i need marble so i can join you, socal, and pg2g in the cool club
     
  19. SoCal2NYC

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    I may break down and get an outerwear marble item. There is a party next week at the store, so it gives me an excuse.
     
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    What marble did you get? Damn i need marble so i can join you, socal, and pg2g in the cool club
    I didn't buy any marble, that shit is expensive and nobody picked it up (outside of the Jil stores). SoCal, you still seeing marble stuff around at 40% off?
     
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