Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
95% of those are dogshit.
She says that it is a 38-40 with a 23" p2p... Someone's not going to be happy.
And this is being generous...
oops... sorry for the back 2 back posts.
Mid century spun fiberglass
NIB milk frothing vessel
your posts are too rare. if i hitchhike to florida can i hang out with you?
Last one for today, then I'm off to go for a run in what's left of last night's snowfall.
Rossignol Big Bang Telemark skis with Rottefella bindings... Size 177cm.
of course. Bring a crew. The regulars in the area won't know what hit them.
Vintage Smokey Bear Snapback
WWII Dutch Oven, Wool with Water Repellant Case
This is my first time participating in one of these so I'm excited at the prospect of any surprise article on clothing arriving at my doorstep!
I have just a single pair of leather shoes which I love to death, so I'm always looking for leather boots and bluchers (plain toes or cap toes are best), although I'm open minded to other things I haven't mentioned. My shoe size is 10.5 D US.
I also love long wool scarves, and with the winter approaching that would be a great gift.
Chinos or other flat front slim trousers are great, especially in darker colors. My sizing is approximately a 33" waist, with a 31" inseam.
But if none of this checks out, anything classical menswear related that is not an accessory is great (i don't really wear ties or suspenders)
I'm a 42R with long-ish arms, and I'll definitely updated with measurements.
Oh man my gift-buddy still hasn't posted....
weird fact I have one of the largest smokey bear collections in the us. I've been collecting his stuff for several years. I love his Americana.
Hmmm seems there maybe some local competition. Also, I hope you enjoyed your stay in the Tampa / St Pete area.
So that's what snow skis look like... Wild!
This hickey is gorgeous. Love the details.
Assuming there's no chance these are an 11.5.
Also, Whoever has Principle as a thriftmas buddy, HMU.
Also, 6 more pairs. Working on Pics and measurements now.
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