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New or very good condition please. Fingers crossed.
don’t know if you got your answer but I just saw this. Both my Iron Rangers are 8.5D worn with insoles and my 2966 are 9.0d worn without insoles
Been doing that a bit lately with the kids (5 and 2 years old). They love it!
Absolutely love Belafonte Ragtime. I don't think I could pull off most of their stuff, but I do love their aesthetic
Vanson Chopper in comp weight, customised with a 2-way zipper
Thanks Will Zach. All the decor is from places like Ross, TJ Maxx, and other discount retailers. Need to save that money for denim and leather...
I'll see your offer of triple denim and raise you.
Jacket and wabash vest: Bob Dong
Shirt: J Crew
Jeans are 22 oz Oni 575. Shirt is a 14 oz Studio D'Artisan. Really feels good to put on some real clothes instead of wearing sweatpants all day.
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Good idea Boyo! One thing I always wondered but never thought it merited its own thread: How does water exposure cause grain to develop?
I love my Bob Dong wabash overalls! I have the 14.5oz version that's on eBay for $125.99
Ebay measurements (sz 34):
w = 34.6
thigh = 13.4...
This is simply your best looking jacket. I love your bootleggers, but I think the crosszips accentuate areas on your torso that are already...
My Merlin Yoxall easily gets the most wear. For reference, I also have a Vanson Chopper, Rev'it Rebel, and Aero seven and cafe racer.
When I lived in Northern IN, 50 degrees was t-shirt weather. I've acclimated to NorCal so anything below 65 degrees is jacket weather. And 50...
That may also be forbidden, but I've gotta check the fine print :oops:
That's odd. She got "Leather Jacket," "Boots," and "Denim Complete"....
My horsehide aero cafe racer lost about 1” in body and sleeve length. I put it through about 15 complete rain soaks, always laying flat to dry...
My wife just got back from Japan and gave me these as a gift. She says I can't buy anything from them though :eek:
True. Been there about 10 times. It’s REALLY nice to try clothes in person instead of obsessing about measurements.
My wife is Japanese. When she was new to this country I told her how much I liked Japanese style, especially how the gents layered and...