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SO NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONE KNOWS WHERE TO GO THRlFTING?

THIS IS MAD LAME. I WANT VINTAGE FRUTE SWAGZ

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SO NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONE KNOWS WHERE TO GO THRlFTING?

THIS IS MAD LAME. I WANT VINTAGE FRUTE SWAGZ

nurrr, i can't do op shopping. got mad ocd.

bought this rad (used) claude maus sweater a year or so ago off ebay and still can't bring myself to wear it because the thing was covered (by covered, i mean like three hairs) in cat hair.

my question. looking to buy a felt trilby hat. places to visit?

went to city hatters on flinders a few weeks ago, and they had some for 125, but not sure i want to drop that much on something i might rarely wear.

just looking for an understated, plain felt one, so stores like GPC/fat are a no go.

anyone?

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nikon australia sets the price high.

that is all.

if this is the case, would it be wise to wait until i visit hong kong and buy when i'm there?

that is 6 odd months away, and i had originally planned to buy sooner, but if im gonna save significant $$$, i'd probably do it that way.

if i buy from an authorised dealer in HK (there is such a thing, yes?), will i be able to kop an international warranty? what sort of prices will i be looking at compared with australia?

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savers in footscray or brunswick... 99.% shit, but it is the place you will find awesome stuff, for cheap....

nguhhh, shit's too far.

i guess i'll try some time.

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my question. looking to buy a felt trilby hat. places to visit?

went to city hatters on flinders a few weeks ago, and they had some for 125, but not sure i want to drop that much on something i might rarely wear.

just looking for an understated, plain felt one, so stores like GPC/fat are a no go.

anyone?

if this is the case, would it be wise to wait until i visit hong kong and buy when i'm there?

that is 6 odd months away, and i had originally planned to buy sooner, but if im gonna save significant $$$, i'd probably do it that way.

if i buy from an authorised dealer in HK (there is such a thing, yes?), will i be able to kop an international warranty? what sort of prices will i be looking at compared with australia?

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home:

first question - don't know

second question - never been overseas, don't know how it works. i assume the duty free part is kind of a bonus. if you cop an international warranty here, you'd cop an international warranty in hk.

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if i buy from an authorised dealer in HK (there is such a thing, yes?), will i be able to kop an international warranty? what sort of prices will i be looking at compared with australia?

somewhat related (from online store which sells nikon):

http://www.quikshop.com.au/aus_vs_import.html?osCsid=1cmt72rsg93pa31csrkvg5gdp5

explains the different between australian stock and imported stock warranty and why ebay/online stores sells them much cheaper.

im guessing if you buy from overseas (hk/japan) you don't get local manufacturer warranty, so if something happens, you'd have to send it overseas. which might end up paying equivilant to total price of a nikon here.

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yo pandemonium thanks for the info.

a follow-up question (since I now need to order off the internet):

anyone know how these fit?

I wear us 10 in Nike, and us 9 in chucks. what size should i get in desert boots?

cheers

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i heard from conan (props to him)

that you should really just choose your dunk size/dress shoe size.

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Cut Copy is playing in Amsterdam next week. Are their live shows any good / worth going?

Cross-posting this in here.. Yea or nay? Thanks.

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hey natalie barr is so hot on sunrise

i watch jst for her

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Cross-posting this in here.. Yea or nay? Thanks.

my opinion is a little biased (i'd pay to see c/c if i was blind and deaf), but yeah, rock out with your cock out.

lotta people arent really rating their new tunes (shit doesnt compare to bright like neon love, admittedly), but im getting into it. you should too.

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ahoy melbourners.

one question, or two.

How hard is it there to find hem & haw shirts form last/current season, and is anyone willing to do pickups?

love, st.

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not too sure about previous season, but i'm sure that fat4 stocks whatever's left of previous season (at a lower price)

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ahoy melbourners.

one question, or two.

How hard is it there to find hem & haw shirts form last/current season, and is anyone willing to do pickups?

love, st.

seriously wouldn't botther.

i've had two or three of the shirts basically fall apart on me. up your budget by 50/100 and get something that will last.

i also think the h&h cuts are a little whack - short on length and a little wide on the body = bad combo.

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