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

  1. Timbaland

    Timbaland Senior member

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    His email is [email protected]

    He has a thread in the B&S but hasn't posted in there in a while. I think his username is colby. Just search for colby backous and you should find it. I don't know of any other makers of bamboo underwear.







    It doesn't look that bad. Try a rubber eraser to see if it can get the color out. Then get a suede brush and comb it.
     


  2. linz

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    YES! Thanks so much. I was driving myself crazy trying to remember. Anyone have experience with their jeans?
     


  3. Davidko19

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    Fades look nice but I dunno - the multi color stitching throws me off. And, well, the stitching in general is weird in the crotch and elsewhere.

    How much are these?
     


  4. fromuio

    fromuio Well-Known Member

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    A LITTLE HELP NEEDED with RRL 03B-SF

    I found a pair of RRL jeans online with a reasonable price. The style is 03B-SF but when i google it, only women jeans came out as results. The seller says they are men jeans, but I want to be sure. Anyone has experience with this style of RRL? How is the fit? Are they true to size? I use 33-34" jeans in low rise cuts.

    Thks!!!
     


  5. Kensington

    Kensington Senior member

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    Anyone know a slimmer fitting alternative to Saint James nautical shirts? I had one and it was really baggy/boxy.
     


  6. sif_muna

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    I have a TOJ Varsity jacket, but it's a big for me in the shoulders by a couple of inches (the original commissioner had broad shoulders). Do you think the average neighborhood tailor would be skilled enough to reduce the shoulder width?

    Or if anybody has a size 46 jacket to trade, that would be excellent.

    Thanks in advance!
     


  7. hoozah

    hoozah Senior member

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    This is indirectly related to sf. How do you (if its even possible) upload photos via iphone? Id like to post imgs and can't find a way aside from facebook and i dont want to look weird posting pictures of my clothes on fb lol
     


  8. NotSeanathon

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    I'd like to know what SF thinks about: The best leather varsity jacket that is frequently sold new in the market place. I have not tried tracking down the discontinued winter varsity jacket from TOJ in my size, but I do know it sets a high standard.

    Price range flexible.
     
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  9. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    Use the photobucket app (I'm sure there are others, that's the first one that comes to mind) and depending on whether you use the Rich Text or BB Code editor, use <img> (needs to be entered using the Source option in the Rich Text editor) or [​IMG]
     


  10. The Thin Man

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    No, absolutely not.
     


  11. The Thin Man

    The Thin Man Senior member

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    This may be slimmer (maybe call and ask them for measurements?).
     


  12. ang_kangkong

    ang_kangkong Senior member

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    I'm looking at getting the Yuketen Sport Chukka boot. I'm a size 8 in Vans. I can get a 7.5 in the Yuketens or an 8.5. The online SA says that the 7.5 is close to 10", and says that I should prob. get the 8.5, because they don't have an 8. They do have a 7, which according to their measurements is just shy of 10". Any advice? I don't want to buy it just have it sent back. If it's really TTS, and I'm an 8 in that shoe, then I don't need to buy it. For the price, it's got to be spot on, I feel.

    Thanks.
     


  13. sif_muna

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    Can you recommmend a tailor who is skilled enough? Or is it not possible at all and I need a new jacket entirely? Thanks!
     


  14. The Thin Man

    The Thin Man Senior member

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    I'm actually not a tailoring expert, but the one thing that is constantly repeated by the tailors is that jackets must fit well in the shoulders, and most everything else can be adjusted. If it can be fixed, it's a complicated, time consuming procedure. It would be further complicated by leather. I would contact TOJ and see if they have advice.
     


  15. sygyzy

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    Recommendations on an online source/vendor where I can buy NATO straps for my watches? They look like such a simple/cheap concept. I don't want to pay $65 for one when a $5 one will suffice. But I also don't want to get one for $5 and see it fall apart or rust 2 months later. Any reliable brands or sites you'd recommend?
     


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