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

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  1. Desi

    Desi Senior member

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    I hate it when anyone wears something I like! I am quite a selfish individual.
     


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    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Let's not forget about a band you like getting popular, lame people watching your favorite show, or a random food trend you're into catching on with the general public.

    Plebe/noob question: how do Gant shirts fit? Am I going to have to tailor the life out of a button-down if I want a reasonably slim fit?
     


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    Plebe/noob question: how do Gant shirts fit? Am I going to have to tailor the life out of a button-down if I want a reasonably slim fit?

    Gant Rugger fits as slim as Gitman Brothers Vintage.
     


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    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Is there a difference between something labeled as Gant v. something labeled as Gant Rugger?
     


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    slack tide Senior member

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    I hate it when anyone wears something I like! I am quite a selfish individual.
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    Plebe/noob question: how do Gant shirts fit? Am I going to have to tailor the life out of a button-down if I want a reasonably slim fit?
    Gant Rugger shirts fit slim - easily comparable to a gitman, epaulet, etc. There is no billowing at the bottom. Also fit true to tagged size. small is probably 19-19.5" p2p, medium is 20-20.5" p2p, etc..(good fit on most people. I have somewhat broad shoulders and a decently strong taper to my waist and they fit me well off the rack).
     


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    kelv and I are saw tree of life last night with our ladies. we didn't talk about it so I don't know if they liked it. but it was quite an experience, I am still digesting. don't want to say too much, but at first I am also somewhat skeptical about the scope/ambition of the film, may have reached too far, though on the whole it felt pretty valiant, epic. I think it demands multiple viewings, there are too many intricacies with the various time warps, the sequencing of events, what "actually" happened. I did love all the affinities between natural organisms/scenes and man made stuff/interactions between people...lots going on. Deserves more credit than criticism is how I'll leave it for now.
     


  7. notwithit

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    Ok, looks like Gant, Gant Rugger, and Gant by Michael Bastian are all different lines. Way to create brand confusion, Gant.
     


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    I have no beef with anyone that can do it justice, but it truly is a label that requires more of it to back it up, it's not a "one piece here and there brand". When i only splashed it it looked weird and awkward, needs proper base pieces to work. (at least from my experience.)
     


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    yo major ups to scott and bows for their party sat night, was a real good time, look forward to hanging with you dudes again soon.
     


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    anyone know if user lebron james from sufu is on vacation or something?? hasnt been active in over a week and i need to kop something[​IMG]
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    He probably choked.
     


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    He probably choked.

    Is it the 4th quarter? That might explain it.

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    wade and bosh were clutch in the finals [​IMG]
     


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    What is it with this season, I keep going through sales and stuff but every time I'm left all unimpressed with nothing impressing or interesting to be seen anywhere.
     


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    Don't know but I wish I had your restraint and lack of enthusiasm. I have to lock up my card hand whenever I find something I love. In tears (ok, not in tears) over here because I can't buy something that I want so damn badly too the point I already created a story involving the shorts.
     


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