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+++++ the official KICHI STORE thread +++++

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Dec 6, 2011.

  1. jet

    jet Well-Known Member

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    I want some fucking nb 1300 jps how much are these bitches??
     
  2. steveoffice

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    around 300 usd i think

    oops: 200 not 300. but i think i have seen them for under 300 somewhere.
     
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  3. jet

    jet Well-Known Member

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    are they available now or are they only released periodically like the cls? fuck i kinda been wanting them for awhile
     
  4. steveoffice

    steveoffice Well-Known Member

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    they are only release periodically something like every five years. the jps are so dope and comfy. by far the best nb period.
     
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  5. jet

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    fuck 300? don't know if i want to drop that on some shoes to walk around nyc with :eek:
     
  6. steveoffice

    steveoffice Well-Known Member

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    haha yeah. i almost pulled the trigger a couple of times but just felt weird spending 3 hundies on nbs.
     
  7. fungz0r

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    Are there even any in JP drew? (the nb 1300s)
     
  8. steveoffice

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    not sure what you mean but there are a ton of 1300's floating around everywhere. 1300jps are pretty rare. next release is 2015 i believe :fu:

    1300jp 2010 for 30,000 yen (so like 400 usd including fee, shipping, and all that)

    http://page8.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/h163479133
     
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  10. steveoffice

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    i assume they are not jps considering the uk flag on the flap (jps are made in usa)
     
  11. impolyt_one

    impolyt_one Well-Known Member

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    The only new pair I saw was somebody scalping them for 65,000y, lol. Btw 30,000y price tag isn't gonna get you shoes proxied to your door for $400. The yen is still about 81.5/$1 and shipping is about 4000y so think closer to $500. I want people to understand what the proxy is useful for, and what it's not - $50 tees are kinda useless to proxy; two of them and you're over $150. The proxy is best for one-chance or at the very least, super rare, usually higher priced things, unless it's jp labels at retail that one can't buy overseas or at least close to jp retail
     
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    So much great White Moutnaineering stuff on yjpn, but it's hard to find smalls..
     
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    Jet just buy the 1300cl in the US
     
  14. jet

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    Just tell me when the fuck they comin out again and I will.
     
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    Hello,

    Just found out about this thread.

    Are you able to purchase stuff from the actual White Mountaineering store?
     
  17. impolyt_one

    impolyt_one Well-Known Member

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    yes, very easily. I much prefer buying from stores rather than yahoo auctions or stuff as well.
     
  18. catchh

    catchh Well-Known Member

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    Sent you a email, did you receive it?
     
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    catchh Well-Known Member

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    Hmm not sure what to do now, I have emailed and PM with no reply?
     
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  20. impolyt_one

    impolyt_one Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, I am a bit busy lately. I am down to proxy items, but enquiries have become really vague - people asking me to search Tokyo for brands of items, asking me to measure stuff and then come back and report on them, I just don't have that kind of time or money to do that. I don't charge for my transportation costs but the price of transport in Tokyo is prohibitive for doing small orders on a couple shirts. It costs about $25 each way to cab it up to Omotesando, so going up there with a tape measure is not really an option, and Japanese shops do not divulge that kind of information anyway, nor do they really condone it in-store. It could be perceived as trade spying or copycat'ing and is pretty taboo.
    To be able to proxy I need a simple order request of the items, their price (or your willingness to buy them whatever their cost, so that I can buy and invoice you without having to make two trips across town) and your size (which one has to determine on their own for most things).
     
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