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Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. ceoceo

    ceoceo Senior member

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    Why does my combat boots have rug sole? So pissed :facepalm:
     
  2. brad-t

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    either way i just don't think it looks good, trying too hard to look sci-fi and failing :eek: anyway that's a render, have there been real photos of it yet? will likely look a lot different ...

    better than the jil sander phone at least.
     
  3. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    IF NOT, DIBS

    I like my HTC HD7, the UI is pretty neat. It's lacking in a lot of areas, but meh I don't really use phones for anything other than phone stuff.
     
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    shit, yeah, will send tomorrow. forgot about it with the pants debacle
     
  5. sipang

    sipang Senior member

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    The truth is that all those phones suck, everyone knows great design died with the clamshells.


    Now let's quit this nonsense and go back to something truly drool worthy :nodding:




    [​IMG]

     
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  6. sipang

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    no prob :)
     
  7. jet

    jet Senior member

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    Did you guys read the fucking sns thread?

    Any good knits at uniqlo right now? Need some beater shit, plus some heattechs (how do I size these things for 33 waist is that a M in uniqlo?), are heattech tops fitted like thermals? They look loose.

    Also need the dry mesh shirts and premium cotton Vs they still got dem or what?

    good to hear kunk

    nice pic sip
     
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    you for real? you don't see that everything is essentially the same, even to the directional pad in the center. like i said, it looks like an update version of the Q
     
  9. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    Heattech you should go with M if you prefer tighter, L if you want very, very slightly loose. Either way they are very stretchy, so no real big difference. That shit is the best, man.

    Also after reading like a page of the Dayton boots thread, I only visit like 5 threads, it's dangerous out there.
     
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    Thanks, what about the shirts do they fit like true thermals bc they just look like an updated version of a long sleeve tee (7).
     
  11. jet

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    So after pimpin my red frees at the gym for 3 months now there are exactly 3 other guys with red frees now at the gym.

    Once I start flossing my gyakusou shit and custom ids they will be unable to further bite my gym swag.
     
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    Large in the long-sleeved Heattech shirts fit me well, though if they weren't meant to be undershirts I would definitely go up a size to accommodate the chest.

    edit: 42-inch chest, btw.
     
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  13. sipang

    sipang Senior member

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    Better than merino ?
     
  14. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    No idea about the shirts, just have like 8 pairs of longjohns. Those things saved me when I went winter backpacking a while back.
     
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    Thanks both of you, I'm assuming they stretch good like the bottoms and about 21" p2p? Should be perfect.
     
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  16. g transistor

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    Go home, Sipang. Your outdated methods need to make way for THE FUTURE.
     
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    about that gym swag, i feel the most comfortable/"best dressed" when i'm wearing my gym gear.

    nothing great, no big name brands (beat up nike frees/hi-top leather chucks), but just feeling comfortable and looking good. bro i look at the mirror all the time (5)
     
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    my gym clothes make homeless winos feel bad for me. torn pants and shirts that are all at least 10 years old
     
  19. g transistor

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    There abouts. Chest on the large is a little snug now, but there's stretch. Probably wouldn't wear it out in public without something over it, but again, it's an undershirt, so that doesn't matter. Plus, it probably becomes pointless to wear such a garment if it gets too loose.

    Those long johns are the truth, though. I can wear those and a tee around the home in the winter and feel great.
     
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