Type: Posts; User: BisonPhoenix
Yes, I've had both and the sizing is the same.
Of the two, I like rust. But I'd go with cordovan, if you have the option.
I'd hem them.
It looks fine, but I can't see how a dark blue crew neck added any real variety to your wardrobe.
You need to keep those no-shows hidden though.
Das not it, mang. This:
It looks like it would fit you well if you just went a size smaller. Look where the shoulder seams are.
They all look similar enough, and are from very reputable brands, so I don't think you can go wrong with any of them.
Personally, I'd go with Sebago Docksides because I prefer the look of their...
I think they look even better when straight bar laced.
I use one of these:
They're expandable and stackable. Out of stock, but...
The white ones look good with leather laces.
It was all the rage a few years ago in either this thread or S&P.
Those are nice, but I wish they still made the Italian leather ones from a few years ago with the single black stripe around the top of the sole. GOAT white sneaks.
The blue and white striped ones.
One of the brighter colors would be good too, but which one would depend on your skin tone.
Applebee's is mediocre, at best. Not even one of the better family/casual chains.
Am I the only one who finds Clarks desert boots to have an uncomfortable sole? I can't deal with them for...
$40 is nutty.
Four pair of a given size or an assortment of sizes for $7 shipped.
Would not wear them for anything other than running.
I don't understand the love for the Nike Free Flyknits either, but to each, his own.
Did you smash any of them?
You're way too vague with what you want it for.
But, based on what little you've told us, I'd say that a Subaru Forester would be a good way to go.
He suffers from halitosis and the mask acts as a filter.
How much would you be willing to pay for the most amazing steak ever cooked?