***The Official Rick Owens Thread***

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by sinnedk, Jul 12, 2014.

  1. echau

    echau Senior member

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    Just bought a pair of the grey suede geobaskets from the sneakerboy sale. $485, and then after shipping and duties, $553. Not a bad price. Gotta take advantage of that favorable AUD/USD exchange rate!
     
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  2. Exdeath

    Exdeath Senior member

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    Just bought a pair of the horse cargobaskets.

    YOU ARE A HORRIBLE PERSON
     


  3. echau

    echau Senior member

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    I was very tempted to get those or the all black ones, but I've been shying away from Cargobaskets for a while now due to their height. Anyone have some fit pics that can convince me to pick up a pair?
     


  4. Exdeath

    Exdeath Senior member

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    A$AP Rocky

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    Whoever this guy is.
     


  5. ambyance

    ambyance Senior member

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    sneakerboy last pair sale is pretty good
    ended up copping the vicious dunks
     


  6. im eddie

    im eddie Senior member

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  7. DLester

    DLester Senior member

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    Cargo baskets are great, although I think SF cares for them generally. You can tone them down if you use the black laces.
     


  8. l0rentz

    l0rentz New Member

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    Does anyone here know the diffrence between the
    Torrence, Berlin and Detroit jean cuts? I've been looking all over the place and I can't seem to find any details at all...​
     


  9. chobochobo

    chobochobo Rubber Chicken Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    what are those RO X Adidas springblade lows like to wear please?
     


  10. The3rdConch0rd

    The3rdConch0rd Senior member

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    In black or bone?

    I have had the blistered black pair for almost a year now. Easily my favorite hi-tops--ever. Only caveat is to go easy on the laces. If they're the rolled leather laces, then they might shear if you pull them too tightly. Happened to me. Twice.

    Here's a recent pic.

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  11. ambyance

    ambyance Senior member

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    @The3rdConch0rd
    black of course :)
    might have to swap out laces as i am not a big fan of leather laces in general

    looking good man!
     


  12. m1kko

    m1kko Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, it's awesome this time around!
     


  13. The3rdConch0rd

    The3rdConch0rd Senior member

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    Detroit: skinny jean w/ a low-rise that taper heavily from the knee

    Berlin: relaxed cut w/ a mediumish-rise that are straight from the knee to ankle

    Torrence is cut to fit sort of in-between Detroit and Berlin. It has a slimish top block that tapers from the knee to ankle. It's basically the Berlin denim with a taper.
     


  14. sinnedk

    sinnedk Senior member

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    dunks look great
     


  15. l0rentz

    l0rentz New Member

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    Thanks!

    Also, while I'm still here. Is the sizing of all RO sneakers the same? I've got my eyes on a pair of island dunks atm but I'm hesitating as I don't if I should get them in 44 or 45. I had the pleasure of trying on some Ramones highs in 44 a while back but I couldn't even fit my foot into it due to the fastened tounge. I'm a 44 in common projects and 11 in Nikes and I've heard that RO footwear is supposed to be really roomy in general so I was quite confused. Any input as to what size I should get?
     


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