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

  1. Hkstyles

    Hkstyles Senior member

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    Recommend me some low-top, cheap, white sneakers that I can wear as beaters. Gogogo
     
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    Jack Purcells by Converse.
     


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    Anyone know what jeans these are?

     
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    ID on those shades?
     
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    Oh, hai. Can a seam ripper remove tacky logos from otherwise desirable clothing?
     


  7. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    That heavy embroidery and the fabric would likely leave a pattern of holes in the logo's shape anyway

    First thought would be that it's fake leather meant to be durable (leather doesn't really do well in battles with griptape)
     


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    I haven't skated in years but the best shoes in terms of durability was the es (I think maybe it was lakai) that had a special coating on the leather an the Vans Rowley from maybe 03 or so that had the composite material over the front of the shoes, those were by far the best pair of skate shows I owned. Leather still trumps suede / man made materials normally though.
     


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    Supergas, Y3 on gilt
     


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    Hey all, I'm looking to pick up a Filson 257 from a brick and mortar store (I don't have time to ship it, unfortunately, as I kind of forgot that my university starts next week) and I was hoping I could get some recs for a store around North Jersey? I've been trying to find a list of licensed dealers on the Filson website, but I seem to only be getting flagship stores listed. Thanks for your help!
     
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    Hey guys,

    I currently have a pair of Thin Finns in 36X36 that fit me perfectly. I'm looking for a super dark jean in a similar fit. Im in Australia so something that ships online would be great. $200-$250 max.

    And yes I've checked all the available styles in slim jim etc. All of the darker nudies (apart from the dry black) have pre-distressed elements. Im chasing something neat like:

    http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=33&products_id=273

    I've had a pretty good look through SelfEdge and denimbar, but my untrained eyes didn't find anything I like thats available.

    Thanks heaps!

    Stuart
     


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    Can anyone recommend someone who makes a solid black oxford shirt, aside from BoO and Save Khaki? I'm looking for something along the lines of the ACL x Steven Alan shirt. At this point I don't care if the buttons are black or white, but would prefer black stitching. I think custom might be only option at this point. I e-mailed ToJ and they said they they can do it in white stitching and buttons. There's a local shop here who charges a bit more, but I don't recall them offerring a solid black fabric. Any suggestions would be great. Thanks.
     


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