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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Spirit of 69, Nov 19, 2008.

  1. The Syllabus

    The Syllabus Well-Known Member

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  2. LeviStubbsTears

    LeviStubbsTears Senior member

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    Honestly, they're probably cheaper to buy online but do to inconsistency in sizing it's alway nice to be able to try the pair on in person. I wanna look at their 13mwz but also if they have rigid 36mwz's. with those though I might have to size up to a 38 vs a 34 in 501's.

    I actually have seen a lot of White Oak STF 501's come into the local TJ Maxx's in an aubergine color. Had considered them but I'm not really a big fan of colored denim. I think I'll grab them just because they're cheap and probably one of the last runs they'll have made.
     


  3. Ivyskin89

    Ivyskin89 Senior member

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    Free shipping my friend
     


  4. MonkeySpanner

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    Ive always found my wranglers to be true to size, perhaps im lucky, it would be worth trying them on first.

    How much do you usually sell the mavericks for ivyskin?, i find them interesting but money is tight at the moment.
     


  5. Ivyskin89

    Ivyskin89 Senior member

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    They are marked $75. Could probably do them for 60
     


  6. Jimmy Balantyne

    Jimmy Balantyne Senior member

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    Point-by-point... the irony of the first accusation beggars belief. Moving on, 'unqualified'. How exactly does one become 'qualified' to comment on a subculture? Can one go to university and gain a BA/MA in the subject? Does one have to have 'been' an X or Z to qualify? Or, can we simply apply common sense. The chances of a London youth culture, one that evolved directly out of another London youth culture, being usurped by Northerners (In the 1960s) are zero. Further, South East London was a bastion of working-class culture and it's documented the first 'Hard-mods' emanated from there. A fact attributed to the massive influx of Jamaicans settlers, during the 50's. Moving on 'All I encountered first hand'? Oh deary, deary me...
     


  7. MonkeySpanner

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    Cant say im disappointed with the ben nevis harrington, Its not near as baggy as people make it out to be. Pretty normal fit to be honest, looks good when bloused with jeans.
     


  8. benj84

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    I have a vintage Ben Nevis.labeled as 'wearite', it's quite baggy in the arms which is the thing I like about it.
     


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