Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, Jul 15, 2012.
This. They are described by retailers and Carmina themselves as a narrow last. Sure, there is a lot more to it, but big picture...they are narrow.
The Carmina sale will be at 1am for me, but that's OK- I'm up that night for the FA Cup Final anyway. A new pair of shoes and a trophy for the Gunners would be a good couple of hours!
That's a nice fantasy. Those goons will crumble like they have every year for the last 9 years!
I should have expected that the good people of this thread would be classy in other areas than the sartorial. COYG!
OK, SOME of the good people of this thread. I don't know how a Spurs fan got in here. Wasting $100 million on overpriced third-class stuff is not the Luxeswap way.
That's about right. Unless you have a high instep and are buying a Simpson-lasted shoe, in which case, go 9.5.
I'm a 9.5 in Carmina Rain and Carmina Simpson. Why? Because I have flat feet. Virtually no arch.
Yes, it's a narrow last. Narrow in the vertical axis.
Stitchy, you have gignormously long feet, right?
I would pay very, very close attention to the auctions that go live in about 12 hours, if I were you.
Who can handle this? The most perfect topcoat ever created. 100% cashmere, storm system, hand applied collar, detachable throat latch, horn buttons…
Pit tp pit - 25"
Sleeves from underarm (raglan sleeve) - 17.5"
Approximate shoulder seams across (no seams) - 21"
Across waist - 24.5"
Length from BOC - 46.5"
Fix ya measurements, Spoo; unless its the shortest topcoat ever created!?
Am I the only one that misses Tuesday previews?
Ha, fixed, thank you!
You are not alone. But I felt it was getting a bit convoluted, posting absolutely everything in the previews, when probably 80-90% of it you guys weren't jumping up and down for… was also a lot of time to upload them, when I could have been getting more auctions out . Im thinking of a way to reintroduce them, perhaps on a more selective level.
Good call. I will use the same tactic
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