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Claytonimus

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    cool
  • biography:
    Claytonimus Maximus, magistrate of dope fits
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    Florida
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    less humidity
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  1. Waywt 2018 (denim version)

    Damn that henley is dope. I need the grey one in my life.
  2. Stevenson Overall Company

    No not that I noticed. If there was any it was minimal.
  3. Stevenson Overall Company

    I have it in blue. I put it in the washing machine on hand wash setting and it came out fine except there is a thread sticking out from one of the buttons that I don't remember if it was already like that or not. So as long as you actually hand wash it and don't use hand wash setting on a washing machine that is like 13-14 years old and probably pretty cheap (and doesn't actually spin the agitator any slower than the normal setting it just spins the agitator hard as fuck less often) like i did because I'm a peasant you'll be fine.
  4. Real Japan Blues - Jeans & Shirts...

    I don't know why I'm pointing this out almost 4 years later but I'm pretty sure that's a Gitman Brothers Vintage shirt, not rjb. All of the rjb rayon shirts have 5 buttons and that one has 6. Gitman: RJB;
  5. The Flat Head

    Vintage clothes are cool but vintage diets... let's just say science has progressed hahaha. - Cutting out fat isn't going to do anything, and also fat is good for you (like it is soo good for you, look into ketogenic diet). - "Gallons of water" isn't going to get you anything but hyponatremia. At most you should be drinking half your body weight in ounces, and honestly that might even be too much (your urine shouldn't be white). too much water also bad for your heart. - "Loads of protein" isnt going to help with weight loss. - Salt is an important nutrient. dont cut it out completely. - Too much carbs is not good for you. A proper diet would be: Proportional amount of vegetable, protein, and fats, and no sugar. and intermittent fasting does wonders.
  6. The Flat Head

    I have bought from them before. They are legit. I think they get their product from the actual flat head stores - stuff that doesn't sell. Don't quote me on that though
  7. Studio D'artisan

    Damn some people really out here boiling their clothes.
  8. The Flat Head

    I'm about to put up a brand new natural cordovan TFH Stockburg wallet on eBay but I have 2 Stockburg certificates of authenticity and they are both different. One came with my Wild Child wallet and one came with the cordovan wallet. Can anybody with the Wild Child wallet tell me which card they have?
  9. The Flat Head

    Not my size but thanks for the heads up! Congrats dudewhattheheck!
  10. The Flat Head

    Average height in Japan is 5'7" and honestly if you're taller than that your selection is limited. This goes for a lot of Japanese brands. But yeah Iron heart and Nine lives would be able to fit more body types probably. As somebody who is 5'7" 145 lbs. all of Flat heads stuff fits me perfectly. I wear a 40 in their T shirts, and a 38 in their shirts, sometimes a 38R, which is 2" wider in the body (chest?). Maybe check out the "R" (Regular) size from flat head. None of the western dealers carry it but you can find some R shirts in 2nd.
  11. The Flat Head

    I wasn't suggesting it was a problem. Just saying. Most people carry their keys in their front pocket.
  12. The Flat Head

    Car keys.
  13. The Flat Head

    hahahahahahaha
  14. Hilarious Rakuten Translations

    Good ole cell bitch
  15. The Flat Head

    These two fabrics are awfully familiar! The shirt I'm wearing is Stevenson Overall. Other shirt is Flat Head (images found on Yahoo Auctions Japan). Wonder who did it first? I don't actually care when this thing happens. I think it's actually kind of cool. We saw this when John Lofgren came out with the Champion sneaker in white, navy, and camo. Visvim did their own interpretation of the same camo JL did the season after. Well, how deep do you want to go, really? Those camos are based off of a WWII camo and all most of our favorite jeans are influenced by vintage Levis. John Lofgren Champions (Photo from Self Edge): Visvim Skagway (Photo from END. I think, but I'm not quite sure):