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Recent purchases - Part II

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by scott.m, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. Fuuma

    Fuuma Franchouillard Modasse

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    pity, i couldn't make it today to vienna. wear them in good health


    Materna people are knowledgeable and easy to work with and I had never seen a guy so good with guessing sizing and instep. Contrary to popular belief while the shoes are quite sturdy and have a simple rounded toe they follow the shape of the foot so closely they can hardly be called blobby.
     


  2. Stazy

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  3. afc345

    afc345 Senior member

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    Nice, Stazy. Was thinking about picking that one up
     


  4. Stazy

    Stazy Senior member

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    Nice, Stazy. Was thinking about picking that one up
    Thanks. It's a bit on the Grandpa side of things but it looks pretty solid with just a tshirt under it.
     


  5. AR_Six

    AR_Six "Sookie!"

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    Damn the Canada Post strike keeping my tax refund hostage or I'd have bought 2 suits instead of just one.

    Lord knows why Gilt buttons them like that, the top button should definitely not be done up.
     


  6. PaulYAY

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    +1. I've been using the natural salt sticks for 10 years. Although in the summer I end up changing shirts a lot because of excessive perspiration. I cutback on coffee consumption during the summer because it makes me sweat more, but I'm hyperthyroidal so it's still difficult.

    Just kopped this book on iodine therapy for hyperthyroidism:
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...cm_cr_asin_lnk
     


  7. notwithit

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    Cutting back on coffee sounds miserable. I'm about to start cup #4 for the day (last one, I swear). [​IMG]

    A girl I'm seeing just straight-up doesn't wear deodorant. She changes shirts several times a day during the summer, but it's not an issue whatsoever. Way better than powdery deodorants and flowery perfumes, IMO.

    I'm not quite at that point, but I've started moving away from anything scented. Kinda want to find some unscented hair product (that doesn't suck).
     


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    thats real nice, i like that. How's the sizing?
     


  9. tween_spirit

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    Cutting back on coffee sounds miserable. I'm about to start cup #4 for the day (last one, I swear). [​IMG]

    A girl I'm seeing just straight-up doesn't wear deodorant. She changes shirts several times a day during the summer, but it's not an issue whatsoever. Way better than powdery deodorants and flowery perfumes, IMO.

    I'm not quite at that point, but I've started moving away from anything scented. Kinda want to find some unscented hair product (that doesn't suck).


    alpha spotted: "a" girl I'm seeing not "the" girl

    good work man hahaha
     


  10. Stazy

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    thats real nice, i like that. How's the sizing?

    TTS. I'm a medium in all of SNS knits.
     


  11. Abraxis

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    Definitely not the most grandfatherly of sns herning styles. Nice pickup indeed! Haven't wanted lusted for any knits much besides their stuff.. well that and the jil metallics.
     


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    I guess one of the more heavily cabled SNS offerings would be their more grandfatherish. Still want a Stark in olde green.
     


  13. sipang

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    Materna people are knowledgeable and easy to work with and I had never seen a guy so good with guessing sizing and instep. Contrary to popular belief while the shoes are quite sturdy and have a simple rounded toe they follow the shape of the foot so closely they can hardly be called blobby.


    Got pics ?
     


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    Materna people are knowledgeable and easy to work with and I had never seen a guy so good with guessing sizing and instep. Contrary to popular belief while the shoes are quite sturdy and have a simple rounded toe they follow the shape of the foot so closely they can hardly be called blobby.

    thank you for confirming this.
     


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    fritzl...are you in Vienna, Austria?
     


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