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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mfais, Jan 22, 2010.

  1. about11oclock

    about11oclock Senior member

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    edit: re rucksack for crunch
    go to an army navy store
     


  2. xCrunchx

    xCrunchx Senior member

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    Yeah I will go check out some army stores but they dont look that great
     


  3. tyboy

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    [​IMG]
    http://www.theory.com/mens-outerwear...efault,pd.html

    Anyone know where I can find a sweatshirt similar to this (no hoodie) w/o the Theory price tag? In other words, I'd rather pay what this sweatshirt is worth, and since it is Theory, that would mean 1/3 of the price...
     


  4. bowlie

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    are short sleved shirts ok? should i get long sleved ones and just roll them up? thanks
     


  5. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Senior member

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    [​IMG] http://www.theory.com/mens-outerwear...efault,pd.html Anyone know where I can find a sweatshirt similar to this (no hoodie) w/o the Theory price tag? In other words, I'd rather pay what this sweatshirt is worth, and since it is Theory, that would mean 1/3 of the price...
    Try gilt. They had similar Theory stuff for cheap(er).
     


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  7. SirGrotius

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    are short sleved shirts ok? should i get long sleved ones and just roll them up? thanks

    Short-sleeve dress shirts are for blue-collar workers. Roll up your sleeves on a long sleeve shirt.

    You can probably pull off something very light in the linen range if you're really into having a short-sleeved dress shirt. Otherwise, wear polos for that more casual look or nice t-shirts on weekends.
     


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    I have had a pair of sperry's for about a year. They are just getting to the point that they are unwearable. How long will a better pair last (Yuketens / Quoddy)? Is there a mid range of this style of shoe? i.e. ~$150
     


  9. Rosenberg

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    Short-sleeve dress shirts are for blue-collar workers. Roll up your sleeves on a long sleeve shirt.

    You can probably pull off something very light in the linen range if you're really into having a short-sleeved dress shirt. Otherwise, wear polos for that more casual look or nice t-shirts on weekends.


    This is sw&d, not mc
     


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    After countless hours of web surfing trying to find this gant reverser http://aheadlongdive.files.wordpress...2/img_1670.jpg I've lost hope in finding it [​IMG] Anyone know of another nice navy herrington with an awesome lining? (Not blue and red I don't know why that's so popular). Or a red oxford. For some reason harder to find then you'd think and I missed out on the one rugby had on sale. Edit: Wow that picture is way too big, I'll just put a link to it
     


  11. Trapp

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    Can anyone identify the main materials on this jacket (both the lining and navy exterior)? It's by a swiss company called Strellson. The contrast collar is corduroy. I'd like to ID the other materials because I hope to find other outwear made from the same stuff. The navy seems like canvas but with a softer hand. Any ideas? I love the way it wears and it looks great with denim. (tried this in mc but no takers)


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  12. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    Birdseye, I believe
     


  13. mongo615

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    Anyone know where to buy Spring Court mid cut Nappa leather in white this season. I can't seem to find them anywhere online. Thanks!!!
     


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    edited, got answer
     


  15. snowmanxl

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    does the firm nyc have a website or blog?? was looking to buy some shoes and get them resoled with a jagged rubber sole a la jil sander creepers[​IMG] not sure if they can do that:/

    anyone know what types of "re-soling" they can do?

    was doing some research, i cant even find an email..
     


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