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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by minya, Apr 9, 2006.

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  1. Diem

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    Much more character now.
     
  2. Baron

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    There's a smidge of Morrissey in that 'do.
     
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    I don't know the Shu Umera stuff my guy gave me.
    'Scuse the Emo face.

    - great cut!

    There's a smidge of Morrissey in that 'do.
    +1
     
  4. Mushroom77

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    A tad of James Dean, too... Good style, in any case.
     
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    Ebay $51.02. Black leather Cafe Racer. Size 38. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  6. Get Smart

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    From Kiya SelfEdge....

    Dry Bones Red-D slim jeans

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  7. whodini

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    ^^^ Can I have them once you get tired of them after the creases set? [​IMG]
     
  8. TylerK

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    Ebay $51.02. Black leather Cafe Racer. Size 38.
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    WANT.
     
  9. jet

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    Hate the crotch head rivet.
     
  10. xchen

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    +1. I've got nothing wrong with them putting a rivet there, but they should have hidden it IMO. I never see jeans rip in that spot anyways.

    On second thought, leave the rivet if it's going to make GS feel a little better about what he's got to work with. (Sorry Who [​IMG])
     
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    His wife's the one that's sorry. Boy, is she ever.
     
  12. Baron

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    Ebay $51.02. Black leather Cafe Racer. Size 38.
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    A few years ago I scouted ebay for months looking for a perfect cafe racer and never found one for a good price, but I was looking only at brown ones, which are a bit more scarce. Nice score.
     
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  14. jet

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    Ordered up some flannel lanvinz.
     
  15. chronoaug

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    Haha. I'm glad that by scrolling from the bottom up, i didn't even need to read the user name to know who bought that book.
     
  16. Get Smart

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    Hate the crotch head rivet.
    Crotch rivets rule. That's one of those silly dealmaker details for me since I first discovered that shit in the 90s. besides, think of it as a target for you to suck on my balls bizzatch you too, xChen. Who's already been there.
     
  17. LA Guy

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    Picked up the RRL Slim fit dries from Mauro after I crashed my Razor scooter and banged up my 5EPxSFs.
    For the money, these are one of the most solid buys you can get. Because of the wierd pricing scheme that Ralph Lauren imposes on all RRL retailers (they actually specify the markup, and on all RRL products, you will see an RRL tag, unlike other companies, who generally allow retailers to mark up as they see fit) you can be sure that you are actually already getting a significant discount compared to other brands. Which means that these are a steal. US made, details like hidden back pocket rivets, hidden selvedge coin pocket, good mix of brown, yellow and dull orange stitching with very subtle stitching details

    http://farinellis.blogspot.com/search/label/RRL

    Also, Common Projects Achilles mid's in grey:

    http://www.revolveclothing.com/Displ...n+Projects&d=b

    Got them through a hookup, because at $332, my wife would have beat me with a stick. Won't say who so that he doesn't get inundated with requests. But thanks man.
     
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    ^Dude must be gangster.

    GS, need that rivet because it's such a small target I need surgeon-like precision.
     
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    Haha. I'm glad that by scrolling from the bottom up, i didn't even need to read the user name to know who bought that book.

    Im predictable like that [​IMG] Free& Easy is great though, really inspirational, detailed and nerdy. The styling samples are modern and on point aswell. I wish I could understand japanese though, would love to know whats the deal with the weird guy who has his own column in each number. And what a title as "Rugged mans interest: coffee" really holds[​IMG]
    Love that it has a life style approch to the whole deal
     
  20. timpoblete

    timpoblete Well-Known Member

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    Im predictable like that [​IMG] Free& Easy is great though, really inspirational, detailed and nerdy. The styling samples are modern and on point aswell. I wish I could understand japanese though, would love to know whats the deal with the weird guy who has his own column in each number. And what a title as "Rugged mans interest: coffee" really holds[​IMG] Love that it has a life style approch to the whole deal
    Scans/pics would be greatly appreciated [​IMG].
     
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