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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by AriGold, Oct 4, 2012.
If he didn't explain anything, how did you know what he was talking about?
I googled "correct way to tie your shoelaces" and saw that I was doing it in reverse. There's an awesome shoelace site:
On a more personal level, my mother is left handed (I am right), so think that had something to do with it.
My SLP lows just came in the mail! The vents aren't punctured all the way so I decided to try and poke it through, but I felt it wouldn't be a good idea.
Vents aren't useful anyway, but I'm still going to email SLP about the possible "defect".
is it possible to remove the insole of the slp lows? or it's glued there?
Yes, you can remove the insole.
So my hm mmm side zips are starting to fall apart. I'm a size 42 in them. Anyone have these and can tell me what size I'd be?
Quote: Faux vents.
Zippo, I'd go with a 41. I wear 42 in all MMMs, and 41 works well in SLP for me. I tried on that particular pair, too. They're gorgeous.
Agh I'm really confused now. I contacted customer service and they said they fit true to size. I'm a 9 to 9.5 in most other shoes but not sure with these. What are you in other shoes? You're fueling my want for these boots too. Think they're worth the price?
just bought the white lows
Any reviews of the denim? Need to pick up a few new pairs soon and was debating between diors or these.
i tried the indigo blue denims (washed)...& wasn't impressed. i bought the studded boots however.
big Heidi fans here..but disappointed in this year collections.
What did you not like about them?
maybe because i was wearing the dior homme denim at that time (die hard fans here)....my DH denim has alot of cool details (selvege, hidden buttons etc). SLP denim just look to me at that time as average jeans but with a good brand.
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