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Recent purchases - Part II

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

  1. hboogz

    hboogz Senior member

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    perfect, thanks!
     
  2. scott.m

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    All your shoes are Ferregamo?

    are you the gingerbread man, ginger gingerbread man?
     
  3. MortyGras

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    perfect, thanks!

    I kinda always wondered what boots were your avatar?
     
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  5. KitAkira

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] It's a tiny bit smaller than ideal [​IMG] Not sure what to do about shirt hems either. Can't decide if I should just stick with it or cut my loses and sell it, though I'm likely to never find this again at this price [​IMG] Actually, it doesn't look as bad zipped up in the pics as it feels in real life
     
  6. lmaozedong

    lmaozedong Senior member

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    it looks kinda bad man. super short and i don't like the crinkly effect. maybe a size up wouldve worked better..
     
  7. LA Guy

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    [​IMG] Not sure what to do about shirt hems either. Can't decide if I should just stick with it or cut my loses and sell it, though I'm likely to never find this again at this price [​IMG] Actually, it doesn't look as bad zipped up in the pics as it feels in real life
    It looks pretty small. I do like cropped things, but that doesn't look like it is meant to be that cropped or that tight. I think that tees sticking out actually look good on shorter hoodies and jackets for a layered look (the Redux one actually has 3 layers at the cuff), and you might want to try that. I never resell things, so that would have sat in my closet forever, but you might want to resell it to someone very, very, small. Cheap shit is still shit if you don't like it.
     
  8. Kvc06

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    [​IMG] Said F it and ordered them Time to list some stuff for sale
     
  9. avery

    avery Senior member

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    what are you going to sell?
     
  10. Kvc06

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    what are you going to sell?
    Look out for my FS thread in a few minutes, don't want to get in trouble for advertising here Just some stuff I haven't been wearing
     
  11. macuser3of5

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    [​IMG] back from the alterations bitches... tried to give me someone's dockers instead [​IMG] Yes, I am covered in dog hair.
     
  12. drmmr

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    Vintage Shoe Company Vaughn chukka
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    From HH Brown, which owns Corcoran, among several other shoe brands. Burnished harness leather, fully lined, etc. We'll see how they are when the arrive, and will be easy enough to return if I don't like them. Reality is that I don't have the $ for Tricker's or White's at the moment, so hopefully these will tide me over for 6 mos or so until I do.


    Interested to see your review when these get in. Looks good.
     
  13. RFX45

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    Decided to wall mount my tv so I bought a wall mount and stud finder, hopefully this isn't too difficult to do. LED HDTV should look sweet mounted though, it'll look like a window on the wall.
     
  14. Abraxis

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    It's a pretty easy process. You probably have this covered as it's pretty common sense, but make sure to use a level ;p
     
  15. RFX45

    RFX45 Senior member

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    Haha, yah I have the basics in my toolbox excpet the stud finder. I was just going to do the electric razor trick to find the stud but I figure it is not worth risking it.
     
  16. KitAkira

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    Stud finders are generally cheaper than replacements for crushed big screens [​IMG]
     
  17. hendrix

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    can't you just knock on the wall?
     
  18. macuser3of5

    macuser3of5 Senior member

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    had a friend try that w/o the stud finder... let's just say he won't do that again.
     
  19. RFX45

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    can't you just knock on the wall?

    That was one of the methods I read on how to find a wall stud but that is just too much to risk. There is also the "stud is next to the electric outlet" but I really wouldn't risk it when a stud finder cost like $10.
     
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    brown patent cp highs
    nico combat boots
    n&f 24 oz - taking like 4 days to dry from a hot soak, geez.
    tom ford cords
    brown oil tan dayton boots - being made
    krane FW'10 jonas - on its way(?)
     

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