Menswear: The Visvim Thread. Everything Visvim In Here!


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beedub
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6810 posts since 7/3/07

11 Oct 2013 15:01
Quite tempted by the Foleys in the first link. Also a nice EG polka dot blazer, size S at the same location.
mclint7
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41 posts since 2/5/11

11 Oct 2013 15:25
Hi, I've been searching for an answer to my question in this thread but skipped some pages since it's huge and the search function didn't help me either.
My question:I received the red dirt fbt shamans a couple of days ago but the fringes are all messy so I took off the fringes and put some weight on them for 2 nights but after a couple of minutes they just went their own way. My next step would be to spray some water on it and put some weight on it again hoping this will keep them straight for a while.. Anybody an idea of how to fix this?
Thx
beedub
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6810 posts since 7/3/07

11 Oct 2013 15:37
Iron them?
pops
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4153 posts since 2/9/09

11 Oct 2013 18:00
Can just see deuce adding messy fringes to his list of visvim crimes against humanity
subsection
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194 posts since 25/5/10

11 Oct 2013 22:15
Who's the best at the moment for yahoo jp auction pickups in terms of fees and service? Was using Hide for a while who is terrible.
rural
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17705 posts since 26/9/06

11 Oct 2013 22:17
Stylistics is the best i've used.
subsection
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194 posts since 25/5/10

11 Oct 2013 22:38
^ Thanks
Satya
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324 posts since 7/11/12

11 Oct 2013 22:57
When you talk about web purchase,no one beats Max from Macatunes in terms of proxy fee, not to mention the reply speed.. Different case for FIL pick up though
skyhigh
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51 posts since 22/6/09

12 Oct 2013 00:24
i've been using fromjapan over the past year (previously used sharpservice and sutocorp) - for auctions and online purchases they have been the best for me. lowest fee (5%) and everything is automated - you can place sniper bids or you can place real time bids yourself. it's almost too easy which means i've spent way more than i should Smiling
mclint7
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41 posts since 2/5/11

12 Oct 2013 01:51
Didn't think of that, that might work. Thanks!
Dee
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11661 posts since 22/11/07

12 Oct 2013 04:14
subsection wrote: Who's the best at the moment for yahoo jp auction pickups in terms of fees and service? Was using Hide for a while who is terrible.


http://www.fuk.co.uk/threads/japan_buying_service?page=23


+1 for Jake - sorted a few recent pickups/auctions , v quick turnaround.

EeePee
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299 posts since 5/3/11

12 Oct 2013 05:19
Just moved to Tokyo, if anyone's interested I'd be willing to do in-store pickups. Flat charge of 1500 yen.
jplxx
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1541 posts since 3/11/09

12 Oct 2013 08:25
anyone picked up a catalogue?
jplxx
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1541 posts since 3/11/09

12 Oct 2013 09:17
kodziru
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220 posts since 23/12/11

12 Oct 2013 09:23
Damn that Valdez jacket, if I didn't have already too many jackets..
jplxx
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1541 posts since 3/11/09

12 Oct 2013 09:24
get that hat.
Dee
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11661 posts since 22/11/07

12 Oct 2013 11:38
beedub wrote: Quite tempted by the Foleys in the first link. Also a nice EG polka dot blazer, size S at the same location.


also tempted on the foleys if they fit small - anyone know?

beedub
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6810 posts since 7/3/07

12 Oct 2013 11:55
I was assuming they fit true, like a Stan Smith.
Massiv
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879 posts since 27/7/10

12 Oct 2013 13:25
Valdez is insane. How much is retail at FIL?
kodziru
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220 posts since 23/12/11

12 Oct 2013 13:29
Massiv: Valdez should (still) be at online V shop.