Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
That is a problem for "later guy".
The question is why was the sole peeling off a pair of new butteros?
contact cement is cheap as shit tho. just bought some. YOU BETTER BE RIGHT ZISSOU!!!!
Yeah, explain this Teger. I've had a pair of Butteros I've worn constantly for damn near 2 years now and besides the predictable wear on the sole, they're in pretty good shape.
maybe they're just new to him
Looking to buy a hooded cape, kind of like a poncho but more elegant. Much like the one from the recent Schneider collection, but for less money. Any recs?
If you go to a hardware store (like a real one, not a home depot), they;ll probably have shoe-grade contact cement, too. Or a cobbler.
i dont know. yea i bought them used, but barely.. almost no sole wear. maybe just factory problems? the split wasn't bad, but i wanted to just shore it up before it got worse. basically just forced some shoe goo into the cracks that were forming on the front/side of the boots, and then weighted them down for the night.
Had a dream last night about those Jil's marble suit/pants. (0)
from this spring/summer? i didnt see any?
or are you talking about those huge blanket-scarves from fw?
either way, pic please
of course its a sign. follow your dreams
I can't find the picture, and I am also not allowed to post pictures yet it seems. Do you have any recommendations for what I am after?
no you wouldn't for several reasons, no least because of the fact that peyote smoking native is no longer in your narrative of wide expanse americana. also, the concept of a cropped cardigan is retarded ...
Can wool become static? I bought a YMC fairisle from Mr Porter, which is tagged as 100% wool, but does get pretty static when I try it on under a Uniqlo coat with a synthetic liner...
So I'm sitting in a class waiting for it to start for the first time and there are a ton of people furiously taking notes. On what? I have no idea.
Milan Vukmirovic in Milan. Nice coat.
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