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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
<<< polo poster is siiiiick.
Oh. Uh. Yeah, I don't wear a 0. Or anything close to that. But it sounds fabulous otherwise.
Shit, just found out the hood by air side zip pull over is a medium... smaller dudes, get at me!
Authenticity check anybody?
I'm no expert but all the stitching looks very very clean, and I only see terrible fakes with terrible stitching.
I can't say for sure if those LV boots are legit. However, like you, I would not have left them on the shelf.
Was going to bottle my single hop Amarillo IPA today but sick childminder and wife mean it'll have to wait as I'm on baby duty now.
She did have them vibram soled as well . They look good to me quality is good. There are others on the bay that have the same serial number that are nwt and box. Wich is a good indication cause they stalk that thing for fakes and there's several that match.
So, what say ye? Anyone wants to draw me a badass skull and crossbones?
Ezra Fitch selvedge jeans:
Indigo Red selvedge jeans (made in China). LOTS of selvedge splashed all over. WIDE selvedge seams. Snap fly (really).
Raleigh selvedge jeans, White Oak cone denim, Martin style (damage at inner leg seam at hem), 34" inseam.
Ozzy Osbourne totally trashed distressed jeans by Affliction. Replaced button at waistband.
All available. Destined for eBay. Got to feed my addiction. Er. For thrifting.
Everyone needs one to wear in the field. Be rolling into thrifts like
I think they're authentic. Fakes generally don't get the O's right - they should be perfect circles, as seen here. This is consistent on the silvertone piece on the heel as well. The lining is clearly leather. Fakes generally don't bother with leather when shiny vinyl will do. That would cut into their bottom line, after all.
YES to the idea of a custom letterman jacket.
I made this one a few years ago. Thrifted jacket and a couple bucks spent at an arts & crafts supply store, but so much time spent making the stencils and sewing everything. Damn, it was brutal.
28 stores on the map tomorrow...Prolly won't make it to 1/2 of them...
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