Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by scott.m, Feb 1, 2010.
I love them both. Wish MMM had better construction and materials.
hes a terrorist, duh
these are not his passport for sure.
Ehh, to me they feel less chunky, lighter, and less cluttered something I enjoy wearing on those hot nights round here. These are for colder days, plus they just look cool, don't have anything like them in my wardrobe
what gave that away , my post saying that's not my pic ?
settle down daddy yankee you just dropped half a g on used shoes that's some financial terror right there
nice MMM can i get more info on them....
This, Round toes are great on casual shoes and boots, or if you are doing a very classic American, Brooks brothers look, but for me, it's chisel toes on my black captoes.
Good. Now get another pair in Polo Brown Suede.
i've always like round toes better, but I only own one suit and I hardly ever wear it. Care to explain why the chisel toe is better for suiting?
Beyond the the doomsday scenarios and stuff, I'm trying to figure out the real benefits to having multiple citizenships. I could pick up a Korean passport whenever I want to, without conscription responsibilities, but I just don't really want to. They already give me a visa that affords me almost every right but voting over there, and their politics are both a mess and not really interesting; I haven't been too enticed to try and pick up the green passport. I have a spousal visa in Japan too, so I've got 3 places I can currently stay if I want to.
Schneider burgundy pants from Sipang
Epaulet french blue ducks
Bunch of Uniqlo basics
Spoiler: Quick Pic
looking good. i prefer a funky color on my running sneaks.
would you recommend some good running shoes? my NB 420's are crapping out on me. time to replace
i dont get why youre hung up on that, lm sure you can money launder more money for your diguises.
whats with you and used shoes?
eh, used shoes creep me out a bit too. they're not like a garment, which you can wash before wearing yourself.
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