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The majority of Nike shoes aren't made in China. They're made throughout East Asia, including Vietnam. I have a cousin who works at the factory and have heard the working conditions are quite good. The factory pays for things such as childcare, which is considered upscale for the area.When I turned 25 I tried New Balance walking shoes. They are wonderfully comfortable and stable. Good for all ages. Nike is for people who don't mind that their shoes are made in chyna by slaves.
You know, as someone who's actually knowledgeable about the athletic and outdoor footwear & apparel industry (me), it's refreshing to see someone write something like this. The old biases and misinformation surrounding Nike, Inc. are absolutely insane.The majority of Nike shoes aren't made in China. They're made throughout East Asia, including Vietnam. I have a cousin who works at the factory and have heard the working conditions are quite good. The factory pays for things such as childcare, which is considered upscale for the area.
Depends on the t-shirt, the phase of one's 30's (early, mid or late) and the setting.wait, people in their 30s shouldn't wear t-shirts?
Eric Kvatek, a photographer whose work I enjoy, is in his 50s. He wears graphic tees and I think he looks great.Depends on the t-shirt, the phase of one's 30's (early, mid or late) and the setting.
Logo/printed t-shirts are for the gym only. If you're a sports fan, a team-branded t-shirt is fine to wear to the game, or to the bar to watch the game.
A plain shallow v-neck or Henley t-shirt is fine in very hot weather, in very casual environments, on a man who spends at least some time lifting weights. I see too many scrawny stovepipe arms and even titties on sedentary 30-something men wearing thin t-shirts, when a button-down or polo shirt over an undershirt would look much, much better.
The closer to 40, the more a man should default to collared shirts.
No, but that's not the only style possible. So if someone wants to choose something else, there are options.Yeah, but can you show me 57 photos of men from the 1930s - 1950s wearing graphic tees and looking great?
I know.No, but that's not the only style possible. So if someone wants to choose something else, there are options.
I don't particularly care for "modern classic menswear." But for casualwear, there are a ton of great looks that aren't about looking respectable, tailored, or whatever.
I watched it. I don't consider this man to be particularly well-dressed, especially given his age, but for what he is, where he is, he looks perfectly appropriate.Yeah. Like mispronouncing Ralph Lauren's name. Watch the vid. Never mind, it's a (short) waste of time.
I dislike modern takes on classic men's clothing. That doesn't mean I dislike modernity or modern casualwear.If he was working the night shift at a liquor store I’m not sure he’d be profiled here.
wearing Nike sneakers is fine when you’re a kid or when exercising. At 39, there are so many better options that look just as casual.
And yes, I’m not the only one that finds it ironic that DWW would defend Nike sneakers worn by a 39 year old yet it’s a hard stop with oxfords worn with anything but a suit.