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Concern over the future of French cuff shirts

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by stuarts8, May 3, 2012.

  1. Gdot

    Gdot Senior member

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    chimchiminey Active Member

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    That globe is awesome.
     
  3. SirGrotius

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    I'm not a big FC guy, because I've been turned off by all the shitty cuffs I see bank tellers, etc. wear. It kills it for me.
     
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    Did he actually say that on the show? That's hilarious; you could absolutely attribute it to any random SF poster... [​IMG]
     
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    ^ I don't think so. And he never rented Cuffs and Collars, either.
     
  6. Thomas

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    fixed
     
  7. knezz

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    Bull hockey!

    Unless the keys are 2 inches square or the sleeves are too long I can't see how they would disturb typing. My cuff links never touch but I type as I was taught in school with my wrist up.
     
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    Typing with your wrists elevated is ergonomically worse for your wrists. The best is for your wrists to be supported, and your hands as straight as possible. Angling your hands up or down can aggravate your carpal tunnels more than otherwise.
     
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