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Should I or shouldn't I buy... (clothing item)?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by kronik, Jun 25, 2008.

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  1. VLSI

    VLSI Senior member

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    When i saw the post preview in my subscriptions, I was really surprised to see a henley described as amazing. But you know, now that I see it, I totally get it.
     
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  2. kindofyoung

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    Thinking of re-soling my side-zips with some creeper soles

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    (note: mock-up of possible result, made in gimp^)
     
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  3. snowmanxl

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    Could look pretty neat!
     
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    I never really liked the shape of the mmm replica until I saw someone wearing theses sneakers yesterday...they looked pretty dope in real life. Do you guys know how they fit compared to cp achilles or saint laurent paris low sneakers? I found those margielas at 40% discount, that would mean 350$ tax in and shipped. Worth it even if they're made of pvc lol?
     
  5. nicelynice

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    Forgot the name of the brand, it's that new New York one from the EG guy

    Jacket
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  6. Lorcan7

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    Abasi-Rosborough? Looks great
     
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  7. snowmanxl

    snowmanxl Senior member

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    Ivwri put me on to the brand, The overcoats are amazing!
     
  8. amathew

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    1. I wear a 41 in MMM Gat's and a 40 in CP's.

    2. Those shoes look horrible and quite gaudy....then again, whatever floats your boat.
     
  9. nicelynice

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    Yeah, couldn't remember heh. Only downside is the price - $2000 :(
     
  10. notwithit

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    Yeah, it wouldn't be the same without a gaudy belt and oh-so-douchey belt tuck. D&G logo belt would also work, although I think the best combination would be an A/X logo belt (I assume that's the A/X logo) for maximum brand synergy.
     
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  11. Big Pun

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    Krane Emory bomber, or Jonas coat?

    Anyone have experience with them? How warm are they? Need a proper piece of winter outerwear, only have leathers right now. Something about the Emory doesn't sit well, like thick winter weight bombers might look too top heavy. Any other suggestions welcome.

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  12. Isachenko

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    Merino sweater for $150, don't know if it's too busy for me, just tired of looking at plain navy/gray cash/wool sweaters..

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  13. Working Stiff

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    my krane coat is so warm & awesome.
     
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  14. Nil

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    I have an older version of the Jonas and it's fantastic. You can't go wrong with either one, but if you're still in MN longer coats for junk coverage are ideal.
     
  15. noirwest

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    I had an emory and it was warm as hell. I found the fit to be a little weird though, like it was a little too short and wide for my tastes. It will definitely keep you warm though.
     
  16. Bortelli

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    Nice. But not 2000 dollar nice. If uniqlo made a similar one Id get that instead.
     
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  19. notwithit

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    I kind of hate the Docs sole, but if it doesn't bug you I don't know how much marginal utility there is in the CPs.
     
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  20. Isachenko

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    I don't like Doc's soles either, but CP's number branding on the heel is straight up retarded imo. I don't like glossy leather either unless it's only used for trim.
     

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