Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by uzairh, Apr 22, 2014.
New kid on the block.
you posted this in 3 diff threads, must be one happy SOB nice jacket i am thoroughly jealous
So my girlfriend and I are staying for the week at her sister's place. The sister has been complaining about the strong fishy smell from the high neck. Damn it...
Hahaha, that's great!!
Strange, as my scarstitch is new, in Cors and black, and carries no smell.
I think it's due to the dye not being completely set/dry.
Hang it outside on a hot day in the sun and let it air/dry out. That should help
^^ Yessir!! Dripsies all the way! Nothing comes close!
saw those on ink's instagram, wish a pair of tornados would pop up in black as well
Those are really rare aren't they? Would it cost too much to special order them compared to standard tornadoes?
Nah regular old tornados.
I think the drip effect works better on the sneakers. Tornado drips don't do it for me.
i'm kind of curious what it feels like to walk on the drips before they wear down.
@bdude you have drips right? can you shed some light on the above question
Mine were slighly worn when i bought them second hand. Still the latex is not the ideal outsole material - more slippery than rubber.
The first few days you feel just a little padded while walking around. Wouldn't start to use drips in winter time. After first two to three days most on the longer tips are gone and they feel pretty normal. The sole is still pretty thick compared to most sneakers.
I got a pair of dripped tornadoes from The Office back in early May, really not fun to walk in with the drips until the "tendril"s - whatever you want to call them - grind down... I'm sure this awkwardness just pertains to the tornadoes iteration due to the heel portion of the soles, but unless you are walking quite often for the first three days, I would think it would take atleast a week or two to see a noticeable difference (that's how it was for me).
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