***The Official eBay / B&S / eShop Someone-Should-Kop Thread***

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Razele, Apr 16, 2010.

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  1. thatoneguy

    thatoneguy Senior member

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    ^ not liking the square toe

    if someone wants them in a 43
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  2. pickpackpockpuck

    pickpackpockpuck Senior member

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    yeah, same on the toe shape. i like the very slightly squared off toe they normally do on the zips, but this is a bit too much. i just mentioned in rft that I like the mmm laceless oxfords a lot. it's basically the same toe shape as the zips but with a cap toe. i tried a pair on at the margiela boutique in NYC and think I may have to get a pair
     


  3. KingJulien

    KingJulien Senior member

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    I actually didn't notice the toe shape. I don't like them as much in the picture you posted, though if they were my size for that price I'd consider it since they're still pretty damn cool.
     


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    not my style but pretty cool look
     


  5. thatoneguy

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    Those look like they're tagged a size 40 on the side, and those aren't all leather, it's fabric on the sides.
     


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    Agggh... if you sell your item on B&S, please close you listing afterwards. I hate when I think I have stumbled upon something that is available and then I send 3 PM's to the seller which are never answered. OK, back to your regularly scheduled programming...
     


  10. Fuuma

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    Comfortable and good colour choices, different sizes, drapes well. I have a few and wear them a lot.
     


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    someone buy this insanely ugly yet cheap Jil suit. Would have purchased the 44 but yoox says its tagged as a 50. the hell?
     


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  13. VLSI

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    Are there fit pics of those tanks anywhere?
     


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    this. searching "zb+tank" on sz returns 15 pages, and "zam+barrett +tank" nothing relevant.
     
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    French size, not Italian size. Jil sizing is not consistent though, just picked up a staple grey one and it fit a lot bigger than other 42s I've tried on. Debating whether I want to tailor it or sell it right now
     
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