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About jake431

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  • Birthday 07/08/1974

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  • biography:
    I'm bad, I'm nationwide
  • location:
    San Francisco
  • talents:
    Obscure knowledge masquerading as trivia
  • occupation:
    Content Marketing, son!
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    size 34
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    us 11.5 uk 11 eu 45 jp 29

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  1. What about Jeans Jackets ....

    It's Self Edge, I dunno the model of jacket.
  2. What about Jeans Jackets ....

    I feel like I just got to see Banksy on vacation.
  3. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    I'd guess the 55 model. Maybe sized down one.
  4. 3sixteen Jeans

    I got some time to kill after work in the Mission tonight, I'll swing by.
  5. 3sixteen Jeans

    Fiending after the black waxed stadium jacket - what can you guys say about the sizing, as it compares to your Type 3 jackets?
  6. Self Edge, SF/NY/LA/PDX - updates & info

    Homage to Chuck Taylors, I expect.
  7. Self Edge, SF/NY/LA/PDX - updates & info

    No way he's wearing jeans. Sombrero, totally.
  8. usa :: san francisco :: general

    My buddies who are (and soon to be were, RIP) the butchers at 4505 Meats swear by Namu Gaji.
  9. What about Jeans Jackets ....

    As someone who never tucks shirts in, I'm really liking the new longer length (that's what she said).
  10. Shoes that look better with age...

    I've got both, and I prefer the PF Flyers hands down, but your mileage may very. They have pigskin leather lining, and a leather toe cap as well. And a New Balance-y insole which is very comfortable. I've been fighting the urge to grab a second pair, but I probably will eventually. However they are little less streamlined and possibly beefier but still quite a low profile shoe. -Jake
  11. usa :: san francisco :: general

    Where is your job? Depending on your answer, that will help pick a neighborhood.
  12. usa :: san francisco :: general

    Dude I feel you, and when I first moved here, I moved to the Mission, but now I live near SF State. So I give zero fucks about being IN the city. There isn't anything so far out of the way from anywhere, more or less, that is a barrier to going to something I want to. Compared to other cities, anything here is convenient. All I want is the possibility for a small backyard so my dog can lay outside (pets seem to be the issue for a lot of landlords these days).
  13. usa :: san francisco :: general

    Dex, when you say "dirt cheap" are you saying "I moved here 10 years ago and my rent is still dirt cheap" or do you just mean very cheap in comparison to the rest of the city with us all paying fantasyland rents in general?
  14. usa :: san francisco :: general

    Do you like beer? Go to Mikkeller. You can walk there pretty easily.