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Really? Weird. The organic grey cotton definitely fits smaller than my white university tshirt.
I think the confusion is that there has been multiple versions of the Uni tee with different sizing. You might have an older version of the white Uni tee which was more OS compared to the recent version. I only know this because I had two white Unis and they were both a tad different.
 

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Those socks tho 🔥🧐🔥
Was going to say this too! Going to need an ID on those. Look similar to the Fear of God socks without the branding
Yesss they’re the 6th Collection socks. Sooo good but wear terribly. After a few washes, they get super pilly so I’m glad I stocked up on them
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Hows sizing?
I wear a 9 for Nike/Jordans and went with a 41. They're slightly narrow in the toe but not blazer narrow and seem fine on length. I don't think I could wear a 40 without pain (I have a pair of CPs in 40 and they hurt after a while, just never got rid of them) and a 42 would be huge.

Quality seems on point. It's still a canvas shoe but at first touch appears well made.
 
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Carnival Sage short set.

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What boots are those?
Thanks for asking. They're a Vibram resoled pair of moc sneakers that I'd bought back when I was in Argentina for a bit. More pics / before-after:

Guido (same Argentine maker as chukkas from a while back) resoled mocasines, with Zam pants

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Guys what’s the consensus on sweatspants?

I have LA’s in 26oz, but never got the lightweight ones. I think I recall someone saying the elastic hems weren’t as tight on the lightweight, so you couldn’t get the stacked look as the hem didn’t stand up to it.

are the Sochis the go-to now over the lightweight LAs? I need some black and some grey sweats.

Or is it worth going with a brand like Coke Buxton and saving a few $$$
 

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Guys what’s the consensus on sweatspants?

I have LA’s in 26oz, but never got the lightweight ones. I think I recall someone saying the elastic hems weren’t as tight on the lightweight, so you couldn’t get the stacked look as the hem didn’t stand up to it.

are the Sochis the go-to now over the lightweight LAs? I need some black and some grey sweats.

Or is it worth going with a brand like Coke Buxton and saving a few $$$
check out uniform la. They recently dropped some great heavyweight sweats, lots of pics and reviews in the thread.
 

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Guys what’s the consensus on sweatspants?

I have LA’s in 26oz, but never got the lightweight ones. I think I recall someone saying the elastic hems weren’t as tight on the lightweight, so you couldn’t get the stacked look as the hem didn’t stand up to it.

are the Sochis the go-to now over the lightweight LAs? I need some black and some grey sweats.

Or is it worth going with a brand like Coke Buxton and saving a few $$$
Haven't had experience with JE sweats, but I love my Cole Buxton ones. Only issue I have is that they're too heavy to wear in Hawaii as much as I would like to.
 

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Guys what’s the consensus on sweatspants?

I have LA’s in 26oz, but never got the lightweight ones. I think I recall someone saying the elastic hems weren’t as tight on the lightweight, so you couldn’t get the stacked look as the hem didn’t stand up to it.

are the Sochis the go-to now over the lightweight LAs? I need some black and some grey sweats.

Or is it worth going with a brand like Coke Buxton and saving a few $$$
Sochi’s are a great lightweight material, but if you want them to stack you’ll need to pull them up to mid-shin at least. The inseam on them are pretty short.
 

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