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  1. Get Smart

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    pea protein is def better than soy, but again there's an inherent irony of wanting to basically eat meat without eating meat *shrug*. Without this going down the shithole, I will just leave it at that if anyone wants to eat vegan, great, go for it. if you do it for moral reasons, then do it for...
  2. Get Smart

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    vegan or not, those "beyond" fake meats are so overly processed, it's a slow-drip of poisoning your body. Soy protein isolate (SPI) which is used in so many non-animal proteins, is one of the worst things you can eat. it's ironic to see protesters campaign for anti-GMO but will gladly eat...
  3. Get Smart

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    everyone should def wear whatever he wants and enjoys that said, a little bit of self awareness does go a long way
  4. Get Smart

    Mod to Suedehead

    Are you spying on me on the weekend?? ????
  5. Get Smart

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    yes, sleeveless cardigan would be the most accurate descriptor. well let's be real, most of "the look" is basically old man gear, by most people's standards ;) as with most things, it's about how it's put together and the vibe the wearer gives off :thumbs-up: :revolve:
  6. Get Smart

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    *I* dont. i call it a sweater vest. you Brits all seem to call it them "tanktops" whenever someone is talking about sweater vests, and since there are more brits than yanks in these convos I've appropriated the term as such
  7. Get Smart

    Offical TRICKERS shoes and boots thread

    I was in London back in October. But I accidentally found these from a UK online shop I'd never heard of, doing a completely unrelated shoe search lol. I held out on the black or brown Henry boots, hoping one day a burgundy one with commando would exist, and voila.
  8. Get Smart

    Offical TRICKERS shoes and boots thread

    Latest purchase last month. Henry dealer boot with commando sole in burgundy museum. Couldn’t believe it when I found these in this color, something I had hoped would exist one day and there they were. On sale too.
  9. Get Smart

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    Today’s “look”. Fred Perry monkey jacket, socks and cardigan tanktop. Mikkel Rude large gingham shirt. Levi’s 1967 505 jeans. Loake royals with airware sole
  10. Get Smart

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    my dad was a chemist for PPG in the 70s. wonder if he ever got issued a donkey jacket :p
  11. Get Smart

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    I agree on spit > water. i use both, I like to finish it with water, just so i know i'm not walking around with residual spit on my shoes
  12. Get Smart

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    Here are some Oxblood Dr Martens 1460 boot (made in England) that I wore yesterday. Boots from 2006. Haven’t worn in a while so I just polished them the night before using method above. (No filter)
  13. Get Smart

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    It’s the concept behind a “spit shine”. You put polish on shoe. Let dry. Then when you go to buff it out you add some water to your rag and using a circular motion you massage the water into the dried polish. Then you buff it with a dry cloth or shoe brush. Repeat and repeat. The moisture in the...
  14. Get Smart

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    thanks. I use Saphir pate de luxe burgundy and black. I’ll polish with one color a few times then switch to the other and back. I’ll also throw in some Saphir burgundy Creme which seems to add a deepness to the leather color moreso than the wax polish. Finally I’ll finish up with a few coats of...
  15. Get Smart

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    For me and nearly everyone I know who wears both, we wear same size in Solovair as I do in Dr Martens. so I would recommend sticking to same DM size for Solovair
  16. Get Smart

    Offical TRICKERS shoes and boots thread

    those look great. is your Eaton on 4497 or 4444? iirc mine were on 4497 that kudu leather color is called "sign"?
  17. Get Smart

    Offical TRICKERS shoes and boots thread

    for sure. my Trickers with commando soles are probably the toughest shoes/boots i own. Would hate to be kicked in the face by them. I already know I'll love the Henry's, will just depend if they have my size but i can go up half size no problem and use an insole/thick socks and they're a-ok
  18. Get Smart

    Offical TRICKERS shoes and boots thread

    I’m digging these “Henry” dealer boots in burgundy museum calf. Gonna be in London in a couple weeks so looking forward to checking them out on Jermyn St. I have Bourtons in the same color and the commando sole means I’m sold.
  19. Get Smart

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    This is my personal favorite pair in my collection. Trickers monkey boot in lollipop red. Dainite sole.
  20. Get Smart

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    Here’s a pic of the Solovair full grain burgundy monkey boot.

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