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Yeah I sometimes see groups of young lads all wearing this walking around (saw it today in Amsterdam for example) do you know who buys the brand?
Can't say I've ever really seen a lot of it, but IIRC it was also worn by the same 20-30 somethings that embraced the overly logo'ed A&F here in Northern Europe some 10-15 years ago - and who later went for the overly logo'ed La Martina stuff.
 

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Can I say “a little bit sleazy and a little bit Yeezy” in my defense?

@Benesyed you only thumb Schneider
I always thumb Schneider. But I thumb other things too. Unless they suck. 👽
 
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Anyone who went gaga over camp collar shirts and hates on the natural progression to bowling shirts and beyond can GTFO if you ask me.
 

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What is beyond the bowling shirt? :lurk:
 

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Any questionable looking dadly shirt really is what I imagine. msg's shirt is something I'd put there - not a stereotypical paneled bowling shirt but evocative of that.
 

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Lemaire

AW18 shearling
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brown wool string pants
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knitted wool military shirt
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indigo loose collar top (to wear under military shirt like the lookbook pic above)

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Jil wool mock neck tee

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Buttero washed brown Floyd boot
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Our Legacy Camion boot
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Hoka (thanks Chase!)
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What changed your mind on the our legacies? Can remember them being recommended a while back when you were after some black boots
 

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@MaiLam It just took me a while to find my size for a reasonable price. I've always liked them and posted in the Should I Buy thread like a year ago so I've been looking since then. I wiffed on them at Matches at the start of the season but got these off End with the 20% off code.

@MGoCrimson not really. I was worried a little bit and all things being equal I'd prefer the shaft was a bit taller like past models. But since most of my pants are cut short anyway the height seems to work well, and on longer pants like those tweedy elasticated pants above or the white lemaire jeans it's not even noticeable.
 

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Lemaire

AW18 shearling
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brown wool string pants
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knitted wool military shirt
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indigo loose collar top (to wear under military shirt like the lookbook pic above)

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Jil wool mock neck tee

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Buttero washed brown Floyd boot
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Our Legacy Camion boot
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Hoka (thanks Chase!)
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how did you size the OL camion boots (e.g., relative to your CP size)?
 
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@javy I took my regular size = US12 / UK11 / eu45
They are a pretty relaxed fit, if they had half sizes then sizing down .5 might be better but i'm not really sure. I think they're just supposed to be an easy fit with the tall, squared toe box. They are super comfortable too.
I'm a 44 in Common Projects.
 

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@javy I took my regular size = US12 / UK11 / eu45
They are a pretty relaxed fit, if they had half sizes then sizing down .5 might be better but i'm not really sure. I think they're just supposed to be an easy fit with the tall, squared toe box. They are super comfortable too.
I'm a 44 in Common Projects.
damn, i thought i'd have to go with my CP size. would a 44 be too small for you?
 

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@javy I really don’t know without trying them. Let me put it this way, the 45s don’t feel too big. They feel good, a little roomy, but not too big. I’m happy with the sizing.
 

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