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

  1. timmy0121

    timmy0121 Member

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    sorry for asking again - anyone can tell me what these shoes are or where to find something very similar?
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  2. evgeniy

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    Hard to tell because of the lighting. The pants look black in the first pic but are actually grey. Are the shoes suede?


    True, lighting in the first photo sucks and doesn't do justice to the colors, the second photo is pretty much what it is in reality, yes these are the suede shoes, very similar to this:
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  3. crosswound

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    anyone know where i can find decent woven belts in smaller sizes? at least 34/85 even smaller is ok my waist is 28 my leather belts are all 28. i only seen super long ones online for sale.
     
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    Suede generally is more casual than regular leather. It may work. Hard to say for sure without a pic with better lighting though.
     
  6. JoeyJoJoJt

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    Can anyone please help me identify this shirt, or one that is similar?

    Thanks.

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  7. wwulf

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    I am looking to buy a pair of CP training boots, but I don't know how the size.
    I wear a 10US in Vans, does this mean I should buy 42 or 43 in CP? I've read that the general consensus is to size down, but I've also heard the opposite.

    Help!

    Thanks

    -wwulf
     
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    Something like 1 in every 10 Levis tags doesn't actually say Levis. They're real, if anything it's pretty cool that it's blank.

    Sidenote

    I'm looking for a pair of leather pants like Yeezy often rocks
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  13. crazydiamond

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    Hi,

    I need to identify if the following trouser/chino is slim or regular fitting.

    Is it possible to tell what model of levis they are from the numbers i have?

    Or if they are vintage or reissue sta-prest?

    LOT 00568.92.04 and a number just inside the tag which reads 061684.01.
    The leg width is 11inch wide (22inch all around)

    Are these slim fitting or classic 501 type?

    I ask as i normally fit into a 32inch waist levi snuggly but a slim fit i may have to go up a size so just trying to find out if these are slim or not thanks.

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  14. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Senior member

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    :fu: it's that shirt again...
     
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