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Went back to the same spot I found the stack of suits and shoes, and I think I finally found a Spoo level haul of Ralph ties. Most are new, lots still have tagsAre the gray and mustardy ones grenadine? This was two nice stops.
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@Nobilis Animus Aren't reweaving costs upwards of $200 for situations like that?
Maybe I've just been incredibly lucky, but it has never cost me that much for knitwear. Those holes look relatively small, so as long as it doesn't need to be a perfect reweave it should be less (maybe not exactly $10 though).

I'm also not one to throw things out with a little wear, however, although I am careful to prevent moth holes.
 

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Need some help here guys

I was able to find a GEM but without any tags pointing me in the right direction I can't make up my mind---do you think this is REAL crocodile skin? Trying to err on the side of caution and make sure it's not embossed.

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@MrUsedThreads Can you provide more info? Some shots indicated embossed but the majority of it looks right.
EDIT: If real Brioni, you've got yourself a nice find. I don't think they've put out embossed gear in a minute.
 

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