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Title: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 12, 2012, 01:55:18 AM
i need to get some new boss sport shoes, but not sure which ones

i found these on-line and i think they're not bad, but i'd like some opinions or maybe suggestions if you know of something better

cheers fellas


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Schnauzer on November 12, 2012, 01:59:15 AM
These are solid kicks. I have them in black with white stripes. They are fairly comfortable but the toe area is a little narrow so be sure they fit your feet right. The leather is very stiff so it took a while to break them in and I got a couple of blisters when they were new. Overall good for the gym, and also look good with jeans.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 12, 2012, 02:10:01 AM
These are solid kicks. I have them in black with white stripes. They are fairly comfortable but the toe area is a little narrow so be sure they fit your feet right. The leather is very stiff so it took a while to break them in and I got a couple of blisters when they were new. Overall good for the gym, and also look good with jeans.

thanks man

i've got narrow feet, so that should be ok for me


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: cephissus on November 12, 2012, 02:14:36 AM
if you're looking for sneakers, addidas has the "zxz" line which is has about a million different variations.  its a good basic design, but almost all of the variations are unspeakably ugly because they always have to fuck something up.  it's almost comical, actually...

this is one of the better versions i found through a google image search:

(http://www.adidascampusshoes.info/upfile/017133_1.jpg)

I have three pair: a red/black one that looked awesome online but irl looks like shit from some angles; an all white pair (which i also got online) that looks good except for this incredibly gay criss cross pattern on the sole that ruins everything; and a purple-ish pair that i think is called "zzyxz" which is hands down the best and best looking pair of sneakers i've ever had, but i got them a long time ago and can't find any trace of them on the internet.

im looking into some new balance 501s, but after my online buying fiasco with the two pair of zxzs, im a little hesitant.

(http://www.newbalance-shoes.net/images/Products/New-Balance-501-1.jpg)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 04:26:33 AM
To be be honest dj, I don't like them :P

The other ones posted are downright terrible. I wouldn't wear those to mow my lawn.

Are you specifically looking for blue ones?


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 04:46:11 AM
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/C1/81/2A/00/C8/02/C1812A00C-802@1.1.jpg)


le coq sportif
BORDEAUX LOW
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/LE/11/2A/01/Q8/02/LE112A01Q-802@1.1.jpg)

Pantofola d`Oro
FORTEZZA METALLIC
(http://i2.ztat.net/large/PA/41/2A/00/V7/02/PA412A00V-702@1.2.jpg)

Munich
ACROPOL 283
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/MU/71/2A/00/Q0/58/MU712A00Q-058@1.1.jpg)

These Munich's are a personal favorite but they are expensive at around 150.

Jack & Jones
JJ BRANDON
(http://i2.ztat.net/large/JA/21/2A/00/50/02/JA212A005-002@1.jpg)

Pantofola d`Oro
FORTEZZA
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/PA/41/2A/00/P8/02/PA412A00P-802@1.1.jpg)

Let me know what color they need to have, high or low model, ... and I'll look for some things for you  ;)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 12, 2012, 04:54:38 AM
this one is just beautiful man.... it even brings a tear to my eye ;D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 04:58:47 AM
this one is just beautiful man.... it even brings a tear to my eye ;D

I agree! You can hardly ever go wrong with Pantofola D'oro. I'd say buy those and get it over with  8)

I assume they are not meant to exercise in though? Because they aren't good for that. You're better off with one of the sports brands in that case.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: BigCyp on November 12, 2012, 04:59:40 AM
So you aren't going for the classic white velcro's to blend in with the polaks dj?


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 05:05:50 AM
If you really want to be a man-queen, Just Cavalli has a nice pair for you, 320 though :P If I had already worked for a while, I'd buy them in a heartbeat.

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/JU/61/2A/00/11/02/JU612A001-102@1.1.jpg)



Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 12, 2012, 05:10:11 AM
If you really want to be a man-queen, Just Cavalli has a nice pair for you, 320 though :P If I had already worked for a while, I'd buy them in a heartbeat.

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/JU/61/2A/00/11/02/JU612A001-102@1.1.jpg)



oh shit man! those are just a bit over the top lol


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 12, 2012, 05:12:14 AM
So you aren't going for the classic white velcro's to blend in with the polaks dj?

not really, i'd rather draw my fashion sense from the cool italian fellas, but there aren't so many of them around these parts :'(


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 05:13:40 AM
Pantofola d'oro and Munich are my 2 favorite brands. Both are relatively expensive but they are stylish.

Just look at these Munich's:

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/MU/71/2A/00/31/58/MU712A003-158@1.1.jpg)

Love 'em  8)

I wonder what da_vinci has to say/add!


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Hulkotron on November 12, 2012, 05:33:51 AM
Are these "kicks" for a Halloween costume?


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 05:40:27 AM
Are these "kicks" for a Halloween costume?

Why don't you show us which sneakers you'd wear, I'm curious ;)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Hulkotron on November 12, 2012, 05:46:59 AM
I don't wear "sneakers" I'm an adult.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 12, 2012, 05:53:33 AM
Are these "kicks" for a Halloween costume?

it's a "euro thing" brother

i'm just trying to adapt to my surroundings and respect my euro brothers by showing some love and taking in the best they have to offer 8)

p.s. brits are almost as a big of dullards as americans, but mainland europe is on a different level so to speak, and even the dutch dudes got some cool style to them, pink shirts and all ;D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: da_vinci on November 12, 2012, 05:55:45 AM
Why don't you show us which sneakers you'd wear, I'm curious ;)

He's an "adult" (aka - jailed in his own perceptions of what a person should dress/act like as an "adult". Very strange state of mind, but for each his own..).

Out of these posted I'd buy:

(http://i2.ztat.net/large/PA/41/2A/00/V7/02/PA412A00V-702@1.2.jpg)

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/C1/81/2A/00/C8/02/C1812A00C-802@1.1.jpg)

The blue ones in the original post - not for me either..


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 05:56:12 AM
I don't wear "sneakers" I'm an adult.

Let us notify adults worldwide that they can not exercise on sneakers any longer  ::)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 05:57:47 AM
it's a "euro thing" brother

i'm just trying to adapt to my surroundings and respect my euro brothers by showing some love and taking in the best they have to offer 8)

p.s. brits are almost as a big of dullards as americans, but mainland europe is on a different level so to speak, and even the dutch dudes got some cool style to them, pink shirts and all ;D

It's not a Euro thing, it is exactly what da_vinci said. My dad is CEO of an international company and even he wears sneakers in his spare time.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Parker on November 12, 2012, 06:29:56 AM
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/C1/81/2A/00/C8/02/C1812A00C-802@1.1.jpg)


le coq sportif
BORDEAUX LOW
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/LE/11/2A/01/Q8/02/LE112A01Q-802@1.1.jpg)

Pantofola d`Oro
FORTEZZA METALLIC
(http://i2.ztat.net/large/PA/41/2A/00/V7/02/PA412A00V-702@1.2.jpg)


Munich

ACROPOL 283
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/MU/71/2A/00/Q0/58/MU712A00Q-058@1.1.jpg)



These Munich's are a personal favorite but they are expensive at around 150.

Jack & Jones
JJ BRANDON
(http://i2.ztat.net/large/JA/21/2A/00/50/02/JA212A005-002@1.jpg)

Pantofola d`Oro

FORTEZZA
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/PA/41/2A/00/P8/02/PA412A00P-802@1.1.jpg)

Let me know what color they need to have, high or low model, ... and I'll look for some things for you  ;)
WTH? He is looking for some nice kicks, not something that will get him kicked in the head or laughed at.

Sambas, or Nike's indoor soccer shoes (the ones with the neon soles), Reebok Classics, old school Sauconys, adidas running, or Nike Waffles in diff colors, or any of the various lowtop Chuck Taylors---which
 never go out of style.
Thank me later, or check out SOLE magazine.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: BigCyp on November 12, 2012, 06:37:58 AM
It's not a Euro thing, it is exactly what da_vinci said. My dad is CEO of an international company and even he wears sneakers in his spare time.

This explains why Moen has unashamedly been in college for 12 years straight at his parents expense.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: da_vinci on November 12, 2012, 06:43:25 AM
This explains why Moen has unashamedly been in college for 12 years straight at his parents expense.

I think I'd be in it for 30years if my parents were loaded.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: BigCyp on November 12, 2012, 06:45:48 AM
I think I'd be in it for 30years if my parents were loaded.

Lol yes i'm only busting his sponsored balls


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: _bruce_ on November 12, 2012, 06:46:26 AM
Shape wise most of these "shoes" are a danger to the human eye.
The cock and forza shoe seem ok, though latter one looks like a chicks handbag.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 06:47:54 AM
WTH? He is looking for some nice kicks, not something that will get him kicked in the head or laughed at.

Sambas, or Nike's indoor soccer shoes (the ones with the neon soles), Reebok Classics, old school Sauconys, adidas running, or Nike Waffles in diff colors, or any of the various lowtop Chuck Taylors---which
 never go out of style.
Thank me later, or check out SOLE magazine.

If he needed a pair for exercising, of course these wouldn't be suitable.

But laughed at, why? And besides, who cares? People will laugh at or with anything. That is, the type of people da_vinci has mentioned several times now at least.

I hope you're not advising him to walk around on the street wearing a pair of these?

(http://www.soccerfans.com/images/_full/NIK_13079_F.jpeg)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 06:48:33 AM
Lol yes i'm only busting his sponsored balls

 :D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 06:49:54 AM
Shape wise most of these "shoes" are a danger to the human eye.
The cock and forza shoe seem ok, though latter one looks like a chicks handbag.

Post up some pairs that are bruce approved. I can't wait to see what you and Hulkotron are going to come up with  8)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Parker on November 12, 2012, 06:58:48 AM
it's a "euro thing" brother

i'm just trying to adapt to my surroundings and respect my euro brothers by showing some love and taking in the best they have to offer 8)

p.s. brits are almost as a big of dullards as americans, but mainland europe is on a different level so to speak, and even the dutch dudes got some cool style to them, pink shirts and all ;D
Ah, yes the "funny shoes wearing Euros" that come to Latin American countries
If he needed a pair for exercising, of course these wouldn't be suitable

But laughed at, why? And besides, who cares? People will laugh at or with anything. That is, the type of people da_vinci has mentioned several times now at least.


I hope you're not advising him to walk around on the street wearing a pair of these?

(http://www.soccerfans.com/images/_full/NIK_13079_F.jpeg)

If you want dope style, you go Air Max 95s, in a myriad of colors...or Jordans---because everybody recognizes Jordans, and can be a talking point ("I had the Jordan Vs"). Or Air Force Ones, all white or all black with white swoosh. Or all white reebok classics. You want a "clean" look, something that shows that you're stylish, yet pays homage to the old school.

A clean look never gets laughed at---like ties, stripes and patterns never go out of style.
With shoes a clean look and a great colorways is the way. Just look at a Nike's Air Presto...the shoes are the shit. Great colorways (infinite) very comfortable, and very stylish.

Those other shoes show a "I'm trying too hard" vibe.

And no, not those. There are these Nike indoor soccer shoes, all black, but with a swoosh on the forefoot, and bright neon sole.

The ones you showed would be good with baggy sweatpants or jeans.

No, not those, although those are


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Cleanest Natural on November 12, 2012, 07:04:25 AM
Judging by the shoes he buys and asking other dudes about the colors and brand etc I would say that dj is the type of fella that spins at the Blue Oyster on sat nights.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:07:53 AM
It's somewhat of a consensus that Americans have no taste, and your shoe advice confirms just that Parker  :P

Air Max'es are worn by marginal, lower class people here in Europe. The same with the other shoes you mention. They are shoes worn by people on welfare :D

You seriously think these Air Max 95's are better looking than any of the ones I posted? They are absolutely horrible looking!

(http://magyar.mashkulture.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/nike_air_max_95_hot_red_01.jpg)

(http://www.eukicks.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/main1.jpeg)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:10:39 AM
Just look at what you are advising to poor dj181 :o

(http://www.airjordanretro4sale.com/images/img/Air%20Jordan%209/air-jordan-shoes-9-retro-countdown-package-white-black-true-red-353.jpg)

(http://www.cadn.info/upfile/Air-Jordan-2010-Shoes-In-WhiteBlue10943.jpg)

(http://www.pinspired.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Reebok-Classic-Leather-Re-Mens-Lace-Up-Classic-Leather-Running-Shoes-White-Black-Brass.jpg)

I like you Parker but your taste in sneakers is terrible to say the least.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:14:26 AM
dj181: Because I care for you and your well being, promise me one thing please, never ever take clothing or shoe advice from Americans, only from Europeans, I think both da_vinci and me can give you good advice so there's no need to listen to other people on this board  :D

In real life: consult homos, they generally have good taste.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: BigCyp on November 12, 2012, 07:16:00 AM
Have to agree here, Air Max 95's, TN's and 97's are usually worn by purveyors of low quality cannabis resins


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:20:44 AM
Have to agree here, Air Max 95's, TN's and 97's are usually worn by purveyors of low quality cannabis resins

I think our Polish gardener wears Air Max'es  :o (no racist!)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: da_vinci on November 12, 2012, 07:23:37 AM
It's somewhat of a consensus that Americans have no taste, and your shoe advice confirms just that Parker  :P

Air Max'es are worn by marginal, lower class people here in Europe. The same with the other shoes you mention. They are shoes worn by people on welfare :D



Americans are known to going out while wearing some unwashed/worn out shit and being PROUD of it. In Germany for ex. - if you see a female that's dressed like shit and generally looks messed up, with unwashed hair, worn out jeans, etc.. 9 out 10 chances are - she's american, the same goes for guys, tho' guys seem to be more stylish than females. To take a fashion advice from american it's like to take advice on steroids from J.Genova.

"Air Max'es are worn by marginal, lower class people here in Europe. The same with the other shoes you mention. They are shoes worn by people on welfare

You seriously think these Air Max 95's are better looking than any of the ones I posted? They are absolutely horrible looking!
" - Exactly. That's what some old fella would wear here in Europe, with socks way up to his knees in addition to some horrible lookin/cargo shorts lol..


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: BigCyp on November 12, 2012, 07:30:50 AM
I think our Polish gardener wears Air Max'es  :o (no racist!)

Bingo! ask him if he sells weed


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:35:51 AM
Americans are known to going out while wearing some unwashed/worn out shit and being PROUD of it. In Germany for ex. - if you see a female that's dressed like shit and generally looks messed up, with unwashed hair, worn out jeans, etc.. 9 out 10 chances are - she's american, the same goes for guys, tho' guys seem to be more stylish than females. To take a fashion advice from american it's like to take advice on steroids from J.Genova.

"Air Max'es are worn by marginal, lower class people here in Europe. The same with the other shoes you mention. They are shoes worn by people on welfare

You seriously think these Air Max 95's are better looking than any of the ones I posted? They are absolutely horrible looking!
" - Exactly. That's what some old fella would wear here in Europe, with socks way up to his knees in addition to some horrible lookin/cargo shorts lol..

It's something I've systematically noticed throughout the years. Whether it be clothing, shoes, cuisine, cars, ... many Americans seem to be stuck in the Stone Age.

Even something as basic as bread, there are hardly any or even no bakeries in the US. They buy their bread in supermarkets and from what I've heard, the quality is terrible.

I don't want to generalize too much though, I'm sure there are Americans who did evolve and have developed a fine taste.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 12, 2012, 07:39:52 AM
dj181: Because I care for you and your well being, promise me one thing please, never ever take clothing or shoe advice from Americans, only from Europeans, I think both da_vinci and me can give you good advice so there's no need to listen to other people on this board  :D

In real life: consult homos, they generally have good taste.

agreed man agreed

i gotta throw off this american yoke of mine, and embace my Euro roots 8) but not my British roots, as it's best that i stick with my Austrian, German, and French roots ;)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: BigCyp on November 12, 2012, 07:42:07 AM
It's something I've systematically noticed throughout the years. Whether it be clothing, shoes, cuisine, cars, ... many Americans seem to be stuck in the Stone Age.

Even something as basic as bread, there are hardly any or even no bakeries in the US. They buy their bread in supermarkets and from what I've heard, the quality is terrible.

I don't want to generalize too much though, I'm sure there are Americans who did evolve and have developed a fine taste.

Adam / TA is a beacon of hope that blazes strong over the atlantic, joining us all in a united quest for fine living.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:46:41 AM
Bingo! ask him if he sells weed

I doubt it. He, like many Poles, is only into Vodka. He even brews it. Nice guy from what we can tell  :P


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: PJim on November 12, 2012, 07:47:28 AM
Fuck me, there are some shit shoes in this thread.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Parker on November 12, 2012, 07:51:15 AM
It's something I've systematically noticed throughout the years. Whether it be clothing, shoes, cuisine, cars, ... many Americans seem to be stuck in the Stone Age.

Even something as basic as bread, there are hardly any or even no bakeries in the US. They buy their bread in supermarkets and from what I've heard, the quality is terrible.

I don't want to generalize too much though, I'm sure there are Americans who did evolve and have developed a fine taste.
Tastes vary---but those shoes that posted were tasteless...they look like someone with some cheap cologne would wear.
I mean, it was diesel that set the tone for shoes like that 10 yrs ago---and said companies (the ones who make those shoes) bank on some poor soul (sole) to spend money on gaudy shoes just because of the name.
Let me put it like this---since this is a bodybulding board---you hook up everything like how Cornier looks...nothing out of place, symmetry, style, class, aesthetics.
It's simple really. Remember I said it's the colorways that really set things off...

BTW, when Euros come over here, one thing that they are amazed about is our portion of food. We fat Americans know how to eat.

Now where are my Air Kukinis?

**da_Vinci, it's the colorways that set off the Air Max 95s---you get a dope colorway and yes, they are better.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:52:04 AM
Adam / TA is a beacon of hope that blazes strong over the atlantic, joining us all in a united quest for fine living.

The one thing cuisine-related I've heard from him consisted of this, I kid you not:

(http://www.randrambles.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/pig.jpg)

There is a specific name for it that I can't remember, but just looking at it, I can only conlude that he still has a long way to go just as well  :D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: CalvinH on November 12, 2012, 07:52:31 AM
Judging by the shoes he buys and asking other dudes about the colors and brand etc I would say that dj is the type of fella that spins at the Blue Oyster on sat nights.


He's seems more the type that gets spun ;)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:54:17 AM
agreed man agreed

i gotta throw off this american yoke of mine, and embace my Euro roots 8) but not my British roots, as it's best that i stick with my Austrian, German, and French roots ;)

You are orginally from the US? Why the move to Poland? You may have told me this already but I tend to forget a lot now that I'm smoking weed more often  :P


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: da_vinci on November 12, 2012, 07:59:49 AM
I can't imagine poland being a best choice to live in.. Plenty of meatheads, and generally a poppulation of not overly smart people (no offence to decent polaks).


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 08:00:37 AM
Tastes vary---but those shoes that posted were tasteless...they look like someone with some cheap cologne would wear.
I mean, it was diesel that set the tone for shoes like that 10 yrs ago---and said companies (the ones who make those shoes) bank on some poor soul (sole) to spend money on gaudy shoes just because of the name.
Let me put it like this---since this is a bodybulding board---you hook up everything like how Cornier looks...nothing out of place, symmetry, style, class, aesthetics.
It's simple really. Remember I said it's the colorways that really set things off...

BTW, when Euros come over here, one thing that they are amazed about is our portion of food. We fat Americans know how to eat.

Now where are my Air Kukinis?

**da_Vinci, it's the colorways that set off the Air Max 95s---you get a dope colorway and yes, they are better.

Tastes vary yes, but I believe taste is definitely objectifiable. My taste in sneakers is good, the ones I posted are stylish and have class (as far as that is possible for sneakers of course, they are still sneakers).

The ones you posted lack both, even though they are about as expensive as mine. The ones you posted, one should only wear to actually play sports with. And even then, I would make other choices. There's no way you can walk outside with them and not be seen as a low(er) class fool. Just sayin'  8)

I like you Parker but shoes are just not your forte  ;D

Portion sizes are indeed a lot bigger in the US. The whole "bigger is better" mentality is yet another thing America is regularly mocked for.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Palpatine Q on November 12, 2012, 08:17:49 AM
I wear these to the gym. nothing crazy but I'm 47 years old, you DO have to make some concessions to age in your wardrobe choices..or you look like a pathetic boob who's trying to be 15 years younger than he is

I have to agree a bit with the assesment of Parker's taste in sneakers...his Black is showing big time.

of those other sneakers posted, the more sedate ones are quite nice..those pantofolos are pretty cool, but a few of them are horribly loud and juvenile looking, and very gay.

There are some cool american sneakers, and if you broaden your horizons and look at some hiking shoes, you can get some very cool looking and unique footwear that every other dickhead isn't rocking, and they are indestructible.

i have had my Merells for 5 years and they still look fresh


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 08:29:11 AM
I can't imagine poland being a best choice to live in.. Plenty of meatheads, and generally a poppulation of not overly smart people (no offence to decent polaks).

It's probably very cheap to live, I assume that's why he went there?


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 08:36:39 AM
I wear these to the gym. nothing crazy but I'm 47 years old, you DO have to make some concessions to age in your wardrobe choices..or you look like a pathetic boob who's trying to be 15 years younger than he is

I have to agree a bit with the assesment of Parker's taste in sneakers...his Black is showing big time.

of those other sneakers posted, the more sedate ones are quite nice..those pantofolos are pretty cool, but a few of them are horribly loud and juvenile looking, and very gay.

There are some cool american sneakers, and if you broaden your horizons and look at some hiking shoes, you can get some very cool looking and unique footwear that every other dickhead isn't rocking, and they are indestructible.

i have had my Merells for 5 years and they still look fresh

The ones I posted were strictly to wear in everyday life. Not for gym use.

I agree that some are gay looking, but I kinda like that. In a way, it's cool to wear "gay" stuff when you are not gay. Women also seem to agree.

I've had this happen more than once: girl makes a gay remark like "those shoes you're wearing, are you sure you aren't gay?", only to follow up with a compliment about the shoes shortly thereafter :D I'm sure da_vinci will have had exactly the same experience and problably more than once as well.

I applaud you for liking the Pantofola's, there is hope for the US  8)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: da_vinci on November 12, 2012, 08:46:27 AM

I've had this happen more than once: girl makes a gay remark like "those shoes you're wearing, are you sure you aren't gay?", only to follow up with a compliment about the shoes shortly thereafter :D I'm sure da_vinci will have had exactly the same experience and problably more than once as well.

I applaud you for liking the Pantofola's, there is hope for the US  8)

I'm actually very sucessfull at playing down my muscles/being jacked by dressing stylish (for some it's "gay" by default).. It's like - "This fella would look like a threat, but his clothes are nice... hmm.. maybe he's not just a steroided douche?" and so it goes...


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 10:21:16 AM
These are the shiznit imo:

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/PA/41/2C/00/F8/02/PA412C00F-802@1.1.jpg)

da_vinci, dj181, Groink, BigCyp, what do y'all think of them?  8)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 12, 2012, 10:27:24 AM
These are the shiznit imo:

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/PA/41/2C/00/F8/02/PA412C00F-802@1.1.jpg)

da_vinci, dj181, Groink, BigCyp, what do y'all think of them?  8)

those are damn nice brother 8)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Palpatine Q on November 12, 2012, 11:46:34 AM
Not a big fan of Hi tops...but they are legit


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 12:18:57 PM
Just bought 'em  8)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Kwon_2 on November 12, 2012, 12:26:21 PM
Moen and Da_Vinci

Could you post the most fashionable jacket and shoes you ever seen.

If you could only choose ONE jacket and ONE pair o shoes, which ones would it be? (For Spring and Autumn)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: kevcat on November 12, 2012, 12:30:13 PM
I like your original choice  8)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: The Wizard of Truth on November 12, 2012, 12:33:26 PM
I'm the most fashionable guy on here and all those shoes are cheap looking and gay. Reebok classics are what junkies wear over here. And Nike air max tn


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Parker on November 12, 2012, 12:59:55 PM
The ones I posted were strictly to wear in everyday life. Not for gym use.

I agree that some are gay looking, but I kinda like that. In a way, it's cool to wear "gay" stuff when you are not gay. Women also seem to agree.

I've had this happen more than once: girl makes a gay remark like "those shoes you're wearing, are you sure you aren't gay?", only to follow up with a compliment about the shoes shortly thereafter :D I'm sure da_vinci will have had exactly the same experience and problably more than once as well.

I applaud you for liking the Pantofola's, there is hope for the US  8)
Did I just read that right? It's cool to wear "gay" stuff even if you're not gay, but only if a woman agrees with it?
Man, were is your sense of self?
Look, I believe you can rock what you want to rock, but don't do it for the sake of some female agreeing with it. Because next you'll be wearing Vickie Secret thongs because some woman ways she likes seeing it poke out the back of your tight jeans.

Many shoes you can rock in the streets, the club, or gym. Like those Japanese designed Pumas that you can only find on eBay.

And the op had shown a pic of a retro Adidas, so I took it that he wanted retro, so I went from there. Nothing beats Nike Air Force Ones for clean and conservative or Reebok Classic Tennis. Also more uptempo but can be worn in the streets or club look to Nike's Air Affect IIIs and Nike Series 6F, both in black or white colorways, with alternating swoosh in opposite color.
For gym/street go with Adidas The Field and Adidas T6 Night David Beckham. These have the retro running shoe look, although be careful for the heel in the latter.

I used to collect sneakers, of the "unique" variety. So, knowing different aspects of different colorways, and looking for rare or unique shoes was a habit for me. Back in college, I used to work at Footlocker, and then
another shoe place. I learned how to hook up outfits (especially for women), and one learns that you don't hook up an outfit so any one thing stands out. The shoes must compliment the outfit and the person. Much like when dressing up, the shoes are suppose to match the belt.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 01:29:12 PM
Moen and Da_Vinci

Could you post the most fashionable jacket and shoes you ever seen.

If you could only choose ONE jacket and ONE pair o shoes, which ones would it be? (For Spring and Autumn)

In the category casual clothing?


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 01:31:03 PM
I'm the most fashionable guy on here and all those shoes are cheap looking and gay. Reebok classics are what junkies wear over here. And Nike air max tn

Reebok classics:

(http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01576/reebok_1576546c.jpg)

they look like shoes for handicapped people.

You guys can't be serious about these being cool sneakers  ???


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 01:35:50 PM
Did I just read that right? It's cool to wear "gay" stuff even if you're not gay, but only if a woman agrees with it?
Man, were is your sense of self?
Look, I believe you can rock what you want to rock, but don't do it for the sake of some female agreeing with it. Because next you'll be wearing Vickie Secret thongs because some woman ways she likes seeing it poke out the back of your tight jeans.

Many shoes you can rock in the streets, the club, or gym. Like those Japanese designed Pumas that you can only find on eBay.

And the op had shown a pic of a retro Adidas, so I took it that he wanted retro, so I went from there. Nothing beats Nike Air Force Ones for clean and conservative or Reebok Classic Tennis. Also more uptempo but can be worn in the streets or club look to Nike's Air Affect IIIs and Nike Series 6F, both in black or white colorways, with alternating swoosh in opposite color.
For gym/street go with Adidas The Field and Adidas T6 Night David Beckham. These have the retro running shoe look, although be careful for the heel in the latter.

I used to collect sneakers, of the "unique" variety. So, knowing different aspects of different colorways, and looking for rare or unique shoes was a habit for me. Back in college, I used to work at Footlocker, and then
another shoe place. I learned how to hook up outfits (especially for women), and one learns that you don't hook up an outfit so any one thing stands out. The shoes must compliment the outfit and the person. Much like when dressing up, the shoes are suppose to match the belt.

You read it entirely wrong, I wear what I want to wear. The fact that women generally like my choice of attire is of course a plus. The fact that mostly men find it gay, is again a plus. I'm not gay so them thinking the wrong thing is just plain funny.

I don't know US clubs but if you arrived at one here with Reebok or Adidas shoes, there's no way you'll be allowed in  :)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Parker on November 12, 2012, 01:45:04 PM
Reebok classics:

(http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01576/reebok_1576546c.jpg)

they look like shoes for handicapped people.

You guys can't be serious about these being cool sneakers  ???
Thats because many don't know how to rock them---again Colorways. There are many different colorways for these shoes. And they are big outside of DC...
What I specifically was referring to were the Reebok Classic Club Cs. A clean look like the Nike Air Force Ones. Green, or black stitching and come in black as well.
(http://cache0.bigcartel.com/product_images/28678303/300.jpg)

one can even rock the all white or black K-Swiss with the D-Rings.


And no, most clubs don't allow sneakers---but causal clubs and bars may. Or going to a function...



Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 02:26:28 PM
Thats because many don't know how to rock them---again Colorways. There are many different colorways for these shoes. And they are big outside of DC...
What I specifically was referring to were the Reebok Classic Club Cs. A clean look like the Nike Air Force Ones. Green, or black stitching and come in black as well.
(http://cache0.bigcartel.com/product_images/28678303/300.jpg)

one can even rock the all white or black K-Swiss with the D-Rings.


And no, most clubs don't allow sneakers---but causal clubs and bars may. Or going to a function...

Those Reeboks are OK. I can live with them ;)

But less classy than Pantofola's or other non-sport sneaker brands.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: che on November 12, 2012, 03:13:07 PM
These are the shiznit imo:

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/PA/41/2C/00/F8/02/PA412C00F-802@1.1.jpg)

da_vinci, dj181, Groink, BigCyp, what do y'all think of them?  8)

Haha, horrible .


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: The True Adonis on November 12, 2012, 03:47:01 PM
I doubt it. He, like many Poles, is only into Vodka. He even brews it. Nice guy from what we can tell  :P
I have more Pradas and Ferragamos than you will ever have in a lifetime.  Hope this helps.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Option D on November 12, 2012, 03:50:24 PM
I have more Pradas and Ferragamos than you will ever have in a lifetime.  Hope this helps.

the only reason i own them is because i have wide feet and other shoes hurt my foot. They work very good.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 04:20:05 PM
Haha, horrible .

Please do post a pair you like. And for the love of God, don't come up with a sports brand pair.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: che on November 12, 2012, 05:04:24 PM
Please do post a pair you like. And for the love of God, don't come up with a sports brand pair.
Gayest shoes I have ever seen , no offense Moen , they look like something Mike Tyson would wear , if he was gay of course.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: cephissus on November 12, 2012, 05:06:27 PM
To be be honest dj, I don't like them :P

The other ones posted are downright terrible. I wouldn't wear those to mow my lawn.

Are you specifically looking for blue ones?

LOL

these, to use your terms

 (http://www.adidascampusshoes.info/upfile/017133_1.jpg)

are OBJECTIVELY the best looking shoes posted in this thread.

Quote
Please do post a pair you like. And for the love of God, don't come up with a sports brand pair.

???

Sneakers are, by definition, low-class "sports brand" type shoes.  "Fashion sneakers" are, again, by definition, an aberration, which is exactly the reason why all the shoes you've posted have been unspeakably awful and laughable.  It's like women's bodybuilding -- women can't become men just by pumping themselves full of hormones.  What would make a man more impressive just makes them more hideous.  Similarly, sneakers can't become excellent footwear just by jacking up the number of colors, lines, and emblems (until your eyes want to bleed); it just makes them look absurd.

For this reason, the best looking "most fashionable" sneakers will always have an understated and restrained, even "unfashionable" look.  The ones you've posted look like someone let an insane child (the very definition of "no taste") have full veto over the design department.  I disagree with Parker about Nike's Air Max line for the most part (not sure what all of the billion+ iterations look like), but he has the general idea right.

All the high-fashion posturing "Euro vs. American" shit coming out of your mouth is HILARIOUS given this thread.

And che is completely right, of course.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:07:59 PM
LOL

these, to use your terms

 (http://www.adidascampusshoes.info/upfile/017133_1.jpg)

are OBJECTIVELY the best looking shoes posted in this thread.

???

Sneakers are, by definition, low-class "sports brand" type shoes.  "Fashion sneakers" are, again, by definition, an aberration, which is exactly the reason why all the shoes you've posted have been unspeakably awful and laughable.  It's like women's bodybuilding -- women can't become men just by pumping themselves full of hormones.  What would make a man more impressive just makes them more hideous.  Similarly, sneakers can't become excellent footwear just by jacking up the number of colors, lines, and emblems (until your eyes want to bleed); it just makes them look absurd.

For this reason, the best looking "most fashionable" sneakers will always have an understated and restrained, even "unfashionable" look.  The ones you've posted look like someone let an insane child (the very definition of "no taste") have full veto over the design department.  I disagree with Parker about Nike's Air Max line for the most part (not sure what all of the billion+ iterations look like), but he has the general idea right.

All the high-fashion posturing "Euro vs. American" shit coming out of your mouth is HILARIOUS given this thread.

And che is completely right, of course.

You've got to question your taste (or lack thereof) if you think these are "are OBJECTIVELY the best looking shoes posted in this thread".

There must be yet another Euro-American difference because over here, all the ones you Americans posted are called "sports shoes", while the ones I posted are "sneakers".


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: cephissus on November 12, 2012, 07:18:03 PM
You've got to question your taste (or lack thereof) if you think these are "are OBJECTIVELY the best looking shoes posted in this thread".

There must be yet another Euro-American difference because over here, all the ones you Americans posted are called "sports shoes", while the ones I posted are "sneakers".

It's okay, I've noticed this before.  A lot of Europeans seem to love haywire, obnoxiously loud and grotesque designs.  Most "high fashion" sneakers follow the overloaded running-shoe design patterns that are made, with their many colors and textures, to appeal to children... coincidence?


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:22:19 PM
It's okay, I've noticed this before.  A lot of Europeans seem to love haywire, obnoxiously loud and grotesque designs.  Most "high fashion" sneakers follow the overloaded running-shoe design patterns that are made, with their many colors and textures, to appeal to children... coincidence?

Give me grotesque designs for children over white sports welfare shoes any day  8)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:46:39 PM
Bought some new shirts as well, wasn't going to post these but since cephissus is such a big fan of this style...  ;)

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/RC/32/2D/00/21/51/RC322D002-151@1.1.jpg)
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/FR/32/2D/01/K5/03/FR322D01K-503@1.1.jpg)
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/JA/22/2D/0E/G3/02/JA222D0EG-302@1.1.jpg)
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/YO/12/2D/04/60/02/YO122D046-002@1.1.jpg)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: The True Adonis on November 12, 2012, 07:48:53 PM
Bought some new shirts as well, wasn't going to post these but since cephissus is such a big fan of this style...  ;)

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/RC/32/2D/00/21/51/RC322D002-151@1.1.jpg)
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/FR/32/2D/01/K5/03/FR322D01K-503@1.1.jpg)
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/JA/22/2D/0E/G3/02/JA222D0EG-302@1.1.jpg)
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/YO/12/2D/04/60/02/YO122D046-002@1.1.jpg)
Absolutely disgusting.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: che on November 12, 2012, 07:51:53 PM
Bought some new shirts as well, wasn't going to post these but since cephissus is such a big fan of this style...  ;)

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/RC/32/2D/00/21/51/RC322D002-151@1.1.jpg)
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/FR/32/2D/01/K5/03/FR322D01K-503@1.1.jpg)
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/JA/22/2D/0E/G3/02/JA222D0EG-302@1.1.jpg)
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/YO/12/2D/04/60/02/YO122D046-002@1.1.jpg)

Are you a homosexual , Moen ?


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:52:35 PM
Absolutely disgusting.

Coming from an American, that's a compliment  8)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: cephissus on November 12, 2012, 07:52:50 PM
Give me grotesque designs for children over white sports welfare shoes any day  8)

Again with the price... nothing to do with looks.

The purpose of any "fashion" is to signal your status to others.  $400 sneakers signal you have money the only way they can, by being as "eye-catching" (i.e. eye-abusive) as possible.  The reason this doesn't work with sneakers is that sneakers are inherently a cheap product that were intended for playing sports and consequently being damaged and worn out fast.  They are primarily sold to children, so they have very colorful and silly designs.  As you have clearly demonstrated by posting these abominations, the only way to "stand out" in the sneaker world is to crank up the colors, lines, etc. even more, thereby becoming even more ridiculous looking.

Contrast this with "dress shoes" where more expensive models signal the intended message through superior materials, craftsmanship, and increasingly subtle design.

just compare this shitty $150 calvin klein dress shoe

(http://i662.photobucket.com/albums/uu341/mothmag/High%20Style/pCKI1-4935173v275.jpg)

with this $1000 aubercy

(http://www.aubercy.com/wp-content/themes/photonote/functions/theme/thumb.php?src=/blogs.dir/2/files/2012/03/Crazy-Lace2-1024x681.jpg&w=980&h=500&zc=1&a=c)

Notice that one doesn't have to plumb the depths of retarded gimmickry to convey "superior fashion" in this case?


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:53:33 PM
Are you a homosexual , Moen ?

Once again, thank you  ;)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Palpatine Q on November 12, 2012, 07:54:24 PM
I'd wear the "Brooklyn" T shirt....it's cool


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:55:26 PM
Again with the price... nothing to do with looks.

The purpose of any "fashion" is to signal your status to others.  $400 sneakers signal you have money the only way they can, by being as "eye-catching" (i.e. eye-abusive) as possible.  The reason this doesn't work with sneakers is that sneakers are inherently a cheap product that were intended for playing sports and consequently being damaged and worn out fast.  They are primarily sold to children, so they have very colorful and silly designs.  As you have clearly demonstrated by posting these abominations, the only way to "stand out" in the sneaker world is to crank up the colors, lines, etc. even more, thereby becoming even more ridiculous looking.

Contrast this with "dress shoes" where more expensive models signal the intended message through superior materials, craftsmanship, and increasingly subtle design.

just compare this shitty $150 calvin klein dress shoe

(http://i662.photobucket.com/albums/uu341/mothmag/High%20Style/pCKI1-4935173v275.jpg)

with this $1000 aubercy

(http://www.aubercy.com/wp-content/themes/photonote/functions/theme/thumb.php?src=/blogs.dir/2/files/2012/03/Crazy-Lace2-1024x681.jpg&w=980&h=500&zc=1&a=c)

Notice that one doesn't have to plumb the depths of retarded gimmickry to convey "superior fashion" in this case?

The $1000 pair looks like a weekly sale from Aldi. This failed to prove the point entirely.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 07:59:10 PM
The Aubercy shoe looks like it's made from plastic and whoever decided to put red shoelaces in them should be fired asap.

They look cheap as fuck. Sorry man.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Palpatine Q on November 12, 2012, 08:02:59 PM
The Aubercy shoe looks like it's made from plastic and whoever decided to put red shoelaces in them should be fired asap.

They look cheap as fuck. Sorry man.

Really not seeing anything wrong with the CK shoe either, looks like a decent shoe.

I understand it's not a Bruno Maggli, but I'm not in the habit of dropping a grand on shoes like everyone else here, guess i'm poor  :'(


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 08:04:02 PM
These are nice business shoes

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/G3/01/2A/00/77/02/G3012A007-702@1.1.jpg)

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/KG/11/2A/00/H7/01/KG112A00H-701@1.1.jpg)

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/DO/41/2A/00/W8/02/DO412A00W-802@1.1.jpg)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: cephissus on November 12, 2012, 08:04:17 PM
what's funny is you can take everything i wrote about sneakers and apply it to moen's timely post with the t-shirts as well...

$300 "graphic tees" lol.

luxury t-shirts = contradictio in adjecto, don't be a sucker.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: cephissus on November 12, 2012, 08:07:19 PM
Really not seeing anything wrong with the CK shoe either, looks like a decent shoe.

I understand it's not a Bruno Maggli, but I'm not in the habit of dropping a grand on shoes like everyone else here, guess i'm poor  :'(

There's nothing wrong with them, but compare "ultra-luxury" shoes to "luxury shoes" in this case, then compare "luxury" sneakers to regular sneakers, and you can see my point.  All fashion is largely bullshit, but at least in the former's case it isn't complete bullshit -- it's not the case that the more expensive class of shoe is actually uglier than the cheaper class.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 08:08:22 PM
what's funny is you can take everything i wrote about sneakers and apply it to moen's timely post with the t-shirts as well...

$300 "graphic tees" lol.

luxury t-shirts = contradiction in adjecto, don't be a sucker.

Unfortunately, it can be applied to $1000 business shoes as well  :o

Can you imagine arriving at a business meeting with those red shoelaces?  :D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 08:10:41 PM
There's nothing wrong with them, but compare "ultra-luxury" shoes to "luxury shoes" in this case, then compare "luxury" sneakers to regular sneakers, and you can see my point.  All fashion is largely bullshit, but at least in the former's case it isn't complete bullshit -- it's not the case that the more expensive class of shoe is actually uglier than the cheaper class.

Not the case  ???

There is no hope  for you  :'(


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: cephissus on November 12, 2012, 08:14:16 PM
Unfortunately, it can be applied to $1000 business shoes as well  :o

Can you imagine arriving at a business meeting with those red shoelaces?  :D

No one would say shit... I agree they're not the best choice, though.  

Anyway, this is a tiny distinction.  Your original post on sneakers proved you're entirely incapable of distinguishing the point between "effective" and "desperate".


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Palpatine Q on November 12, 2012, 08:14:38 PM
There's nothing wrong with them, but compare "ultra-luxury" shoes to "luxury shoes" in this case, then compare "luxury" sneakers to regular sneakers, and you can see my point.  All fashion is largely bullshit, but at least in the former's case it isn't complete bullshit -- it's not the case that the more expensive class of shoe is actually uglier than the cheaper class.

Gotcha...i was wondering what your fucking point was...LOL  ;D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Parker on November 12, 2012, 10:06:41 PM
These are nice business shoes

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/G3/01/2A/00/77/02/G3012A007-702@1.1.jpg)

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/KG/11/2A/00/H7/01/KG112A00H-701@1.1.jpg)

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/DO/41/2A/00/W8/02/DO412A00W-802@1.1.jpg)
Parker likes...as well as these
(http://www.aubercy.com/wp-content/themes/photonote/functions/theme/thumb.php?src=/blogs.dir/2/files/2012/03/Crazy-Lace2-1024x681.jpg&w=980&h=500&zc=1&a=c)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Schnauzer on November 12, 2012, 10:30:36 PM
I've got a pair of these Ferragamo's. Incredible quality.

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/G3/01/2A/00/77/02/G3012A007-702@1.1.jpg)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 11:08:54 PM
No one would say shit... I agree they're not the best choice, though.  

Anyway, this is a tiny distinction.  Your original post on sneakers proved you're entirely incapable of distinguishing the point between "effective" and "desperate".

"Effective", "desperate"? You may be overanalyzing things a bit. I can't speak for others but I buy (and wear) stuff because I like it, not because of a message I want to send out or any of the other things you've mentioned. Most of the stuff I posted wasn't even that expensive ;)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 11:13:39 PM
I've got a pair of these Ferragamo's. Incredible quality.

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/G3/01/2A/00/77/02/G3012A007-702@1.1.jpg)

:D

They're "Georges" apparently  ;)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: cephissus on November 12, 2012, 11:31:35 PM
I can't speak for others but I buy (and wear) stuff because I like it, not because of a message I want to send out or any of the other things you've mentioned.

Convenient how all the stuff you "just happen to like" comes from premium clothing manufacturers.   

Gayer than "i work out for myself, not for anyone else!"

::)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 11:45:31 PM
Most of it is not that expensive. Some of the t-shirts are around $20.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Schnauzer on November 12, 2012, 11:50:03 PM
:D

They're "Georges" apparently  ;)

I have an identical pair that are Ferragamo's. They are almost too nice to wear.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: The True Adonis on November 12, 2012, 11:54:48 PM
The $1000 pair looks like a weekly sale from Aldi. This failed to prove the point entirely.
::)
That Aubercy is a whole-cut shoe, meaning a single piece of leather which is extremely hard to do and the leather has to be flawless.  Next, the dyeing is hand applied, reduced, re-applied, reduced, repeated over and over to get the effect.  In person, you would not see the red highlights as much, only in the certain lighting.

The shoe is then hand burnished which can take easily up to 100 hours plus to get it right.  The entire thing is bench-made and the inner is goodyear welted on a custom last.

You obviously don`t know anything when it comes to shoes.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 11:55:40 PM
I have an identical pair that are Ferragamo's. They are almost too nice to wear.

Buy some Aubercy's then, you won't have that problem. You might even end up wearing them to wash your car or mow your lawn  :P


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 12, 2012, 11:56:53 PM
::)
That Aubercy is a whole-cut shoe, meaning a single piece of leather which is extremely hard to do and the leather has to be flawless.  Next, the dyeing is hand applied, reduced, re-applied, reduced, repeated over and over to get the effect.  In person, you would not see the red highlights as much, only in the certain lighting.

The shoe is then hand burnished which can take easily up to 100 hours plus to get it right.  The entire thing is bench-made and the inner is goodyear welted on a custom last.

You obviously don`t know anything when it comes to shoes.

And then I'm the homo  ???


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: The True Adonis on November 12, 2012, 11:59:32 PM
I have an identical pair that are Ferragamo's. They are almost too nice to wear.
Ferragamo`s Tramezza line is the highest quality, but those are not it.  Some of the Original Line are well made, but many are made of very thin cut leather.  The Studio Line is pretty much garbage and the soles are glued and not sewn.

I hope you are moisturizing your leather, polishing and waxing on a regular basis and using shoe trees.  Most people destroy their shoes and do nothing to them, but wear them.

A good pair of Ferragamos should easily last you a decade before you have to re-sole them.  They should last a lifetime if properly cared for.  I doubt most are willing to do that though.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 13, 2012, 12:21:59 AM
Bought some new shirts as well, wasn't going to post these but since cephissus is such a big fan of this style...  ;)

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/RC/32/2D/00/21/51/RC322D002-151@1.1.jpg)
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/FR/32/2D/01/K5/03/FR322D01K-503@1.1.jpg)
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/JA/22/2D/0E/G3/02/JA222D0EG-302@1.1.jpg)
(http://i1.ztat.net/large/YO/12/2D/04/60/02/YO122D046-002@1.1.jpg)

the striped one's nice, except i'd prefer for it to have an ass shot rather than a tit shot ;)

i saw a few Spider-Man tees at one of the shops that i frequent, and i'm thinking that i'll go ahead a pick up a few of them being that he is my aesthetic twin, minus the calves ;D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 13, 2012, 01:53:41 AM
I hope you are moisturizing your leather, polishing and waxing on a regular basis and using shoe trees.  Most people destroy their shoes and do nothing to them, but wear them.

And people give me, da_vinci and dj181 shit for moisturizing OUR skin  ;D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 13, 2012, 01:58:52 AM
And people give me, da_vinci and dj181 shit for moisturizing OUR skin  ;D

speaking of that, can you recommend any got skin bronzing products for me ;D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 13, 2012, 02:00:27 AM
the striped one's nice, except i'd prefer for it to have an ass shot rather than a tit shot ;)

i saw a few Spider-Man tees at one of the shops that i frequent, and i'm thinking that i'll go ahead a pick up a few of them being that he is my aesthetic twin, minus the calves ;D

You know what's funny, some here most certainly only saw the stripes and the color it is in, they didn't see the woman, then they ask ME if I'm gay :D

A classic example of how it works, da_vinci and I know it all too well.

Nothing wrong with some kitchy Spiderman t-shirt. Just make sure it's a decent one and not a merchandise-version for Spiderman-nerds :P


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 13, 2012, 02:05:43 AM
speaking of that, can you recommend any got skin bronzing products for me ;D

I have no experience with any of them. Should there exist one that looks natural instead of retarded, I'm interested as well  :P


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Schnauzer on November 13, 2012, 02:35:09 AM
Ferragamo`s Tramezza line is the highest quality, but those are not it.  Some of the Original Line are well made, but many are made of very thin cut leather.  The Studio Line is pretty much garbage and the soles are glued and not sewn.

I hope you are moisturizing your leather, polishing and waxing on a regular basis and using shoe trees.  Most people destroy their shoes and do nothing to them, but wear them.

A good pair of Ferragamos should easily last you a decade before you have to re-sole them.  They should last a lifetime if properly cared for.  I doubt most are willing to do that though.

I don't remember what line they are, I paid $700 w/tax for them. I use shoe trees always, but I have gotten lazy on the polishing.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: BigCyp on November 13, 2012, 04:19:55 AM
These are the shiznit imo:

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/PA/41/2C/00/F8/02/PA412C00F-802@1.1.jpg)

da_vinci, dj181, Groink, BigCyp, what do y'all think of them?  8)

Yes they are the shit brother, good purchase.



Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: BigCyp on November 13, 2012, 04:25:12 AM
::)
That Aubercy is a whole-cut shoe, meaning a single piece of leather which is extremely hard to do and the leather has to be flawless.  Next, the dyeing is hand applied, reduced, re-applied, reduced, repeated over and over to get the effect.  In person, you would not see the red highlights as much, only in the certain lighting.

The shoe is then hand burnished which can take easily up to 100 hours plus to get it right.  The entire thing is bench-made and the inner is goodyear welted on a custom last.

You obviously don`t know anything when it comes to shoes.

Hahaha BOOOOOM!!!!!!! Eat that you mcdonald employee issue shoe wearing motherfuckers!!!!!!


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 13, 2012, 06:05:02 AM
Hahaha BOOOOOM!!!!!!! Eat that you mcdonald employee issue shoe wearing motherfuckers!!!!!!

mcdonald employee shoe?  :P


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: da_vinci on November 13, 2012, 06:20:16 AM
This thread is an example that americans have a very dofficult time when it comes to clothing. Sports shoes, these white, bulky bottom, etc.. they are worn by, as Moen said - people in the wheelchair, or old fellas with cargo shorts, etc.. (we talk - public wear here, afaik).
 And brands, prices, etc... I'd buy a 30$ shoes instead of 3000$ if these would be the ones I like. It's not the case with some people tho'.. Some assume - if the shoes,shirt, pants are expensive (and of a known brand) - they MUST be fashionable and stylish. Lol.. I would wear converses over these horrible looking leather shoes with red shades any day, and I couldn't care less about the price.

But - let's not forget taht this is a board of bodybuilders.. This group of people has been known to be a horrible dressers for quite some time already (too lazy to post the example pics), and I notice that not just in US, but here in Europe too, to some extent (amongst other bodybuilding fellas).

These t-shirts are cool. It's not just about the patterns/pictures, etc.. but about the design of how they fit a body too. These should look really god on an athletic body.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: BigCyp on November 13, 2012, 06:34:35 AM
mcdonald employee shoe?  :P

BAAAM!

(http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTIwMFgxNjAw/$(KGrHqF,!hkFBLF,zSmcBQU7v+KmH!~~60_35.JPG)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 13, 2012, 06:41:34 AM
This thread is an example that americans have a very dofficult time when it comes to clothing. Sports shoes, these white, bulky bottom, etc.. they are worn by, as Moen said - people in the wheelchair, or old fellas with cargo shorts, etc.. (we talk - public wear here, afaik).
 And brands, prices, etc... I'd buy a 30$ shoes instead of 3000$ if these would be the ones I like. It's not the case with some people tho'.. Some assume - if the shoes,shirt, pants are expensive (and of a known brand) - they MUST be fashionable and stylish. Lol.. I would wear converses over these horrible looking leather shoes with red shades any day, and I couldn't care less about the price.

But - let's not forget taht this is a board of bodybuilders.. This group of people has been known to be a horrible dressers for quite some time already (too lazy to post the example pics), and I notice that not just in US, but here in Europe too, to some extent (amongst other bodybuilding fellas).

These t-shirts are cool. It's not just about the patterns/pictures, etc.. but about the design of how they fit a body too. These should look really god on an athletic body.

100% spot on


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 13, 2012, 06:42:41 AM
BAAAM!

(http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTIwMFgxNjAw/$(KGrHqF,!hkFBLF,zSmcBQU7v+KmH!~~60_35.JPG)

!!!!


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: nevertrustanyone on November 13, 2012, 06:48:58 AM
 ::) gayest thread on the internet


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 13, 2012, 12:46:34 PM
::) gayest thread on the internet

(http://cdn.memegenerator.net/instances/400x/27901349.jpg)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 13, 2012, 01:14:51 PM
Simple and cheap ones but cool nonetheless, Feiyue Delta's:

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/FE/31/2A/00/C8/55/FE312A00C-855@1.1.jpg)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 13, 2012, 01:16:58 PM
Simple and cheap ones but cool nonetheless, Feiyue Delta's:

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/FE/31/2A/00/C8/55/FE312A00C-855@1.1.jpg)

not bad man, but it would be better if the blue was changed for red


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 13, 2012, 01:18:45 PM
not bad man, but it would be better if the blue was changed for red

(http://www.feiyues-shoes.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/f/e/feiyue-delta-mid-red-white.jpg)

:D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: cephissus on November 13, 2012, 03:03:06 PM
Lol.. I would wear converses over these horrible looking leather shoes with red shades any day, and I couldn't care less about the price.

???

they're completely different types of shoes, meant for different purposes.  why would you even think to type this?  aside from this, the rest of your rant is obviously in response to my post, but totally misses the point... good grief.

also these feiyues are not bad, except for the EXTREMELY OBVIOUS fatal flaw: a gigantic brand name scrawled across the side... and you say I have no taste, lol!


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: che on November 13, 2012, 03:30:30 PM
Simple and cheap ones but cool nonetheless, Feiyue Delta's:

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/FE/31/2A/00/C8/55/FE312A00C-855@1.1.jpg)

Very nice , I would buy those but I refuse to look like a fagg0t .


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 13, 2012, 03:55:29 PM
Very nice , I would buy those but I refuse to look like a fagg0t .

I guess that's why you started bodybuilding  ???


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 13, 2012, 03:57:48 PM
???

they're completely different types of shoes, meant for different purposes.  why would you even think to type this?  aside from this, the rest of your rant is obviously in response to my post, but totally misses the point... good grief.

also these feiyues are not bad, except for the EXTREMELY OBVIOUS fatal flaw: a gigantic brand name scrawled across the side... and you say I have no taste, lol!

"fatal flaw", again cephissus, they are shoes, no one will die, chill homie  8)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Kwon_2 on November 13, 2012, 04:00:08 PM
Where is Da-VInci's Hair???


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 13, 2012, 04:11:04 PM
I don't know about him but the only hair to be found on my body is a 0.4mm stubble beard on my face.

I use this baby:

(http://wishplanet.ru/_src/Catalog.Item/1294_gallery/1156436701/babyliss_for_men_e870xe.jpg)

Sometimes I also trim my head hair at 1mm, otherwise I'm bald.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 13, 2012, 04:24:09 PM
we still need some good advices on some good skin bronzing products


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 13, 2012, 04:30:55 PM
we still need some good advices on some good skin bronzing products

Maybe da_vinci? Go4it possibly. Half this board is probably secretly using one but you know how they are, they don't want to be seen as a fagg0t  ;)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: da_vinci on November 14, 2012, 02:49:54 AM
I'm not sure what's "bronzing", but I like my skin pale/natural color.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: nevertrustanyone on November 14, 2012, 03:51:45 AM
I'm not sure what's "bronzing", but I like my skin pale/natural color.
im sure your boy friend does too


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: da_vinci on November 14, 2012, 05:22:13 AM
im sure your boy friend does too

I'm sure your post count is way too low to even think about replying me.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Parker on November 14, 2012, 05:50:29 AM
This thread is an example that americans have a very dofficult time when it comes to clothing. Sports shoes, these white, bulky bottom, etc.. they are worn by, as Moen said - people in the wheelchair, or old fellas with cargo shorts, etc.. (we talk - public wear here, afaik).
 And brands, prices, etc... I'd buy a 30$ shoes instead of 3000$ if these would be the ones I like. It's not the case with some people tho'.. Some assume - if the shoes,shirt, pants are expensive (and of a known brand) - they MUST be fashionable and stylish. Lol.. I would wear converses over these horrible looking leather shoes with red shades any day, and I couldn't care less about the price.

But - let's not forget taht this is a board of bodybuilders.. This group of people has been known to be a horrible dressers for quite some time already (too lazy to post the example pics), and I notice that not just in US, but here in Europe too, to some extent (amongst other bodybuilding fellas).

These t-shirts are cool. It's not just about the patterns/pictures, etc.. but about the design of how they fit a body too. These should look really god on an athletic body.
No, it shows that people who wear these clothing, either have no fashion sense, or want to stand out like a sore thumb, and believe that they avant garde in fashion---atypical with a Emperor Wearing No Clothes complex---it's everybody else that doesn't get it. Yet when you come to Latin American Countries---you know the ones where there is large sex industry, the women laugh at the funny shoes looking men, especially the ones with red shoes (and possibly hitting on trannies---wonder why?)

this is just like the zoot suit wannabe gangsters vs the conservative suit wearing gangsters---the real shotcallers. One thinks he's all about style, wearing over exaggerated shoulder pads, way baggy pants, and loud colors. While the knows that the man looks like a buffoon and wears a nice tailored suit, with a hint of color on his ties.



Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: da_vinci on November 14, 2012, 09:31:28 AM
No, it shows that people who wear these clothing, either have no fashion sense, or want to stand out like a sore thumb, and believe that they avant garde in fashion---atypical with a Emperor Wearing No Clothes complex---it's everybody else that doesn't get it. Yet when you come to Latin American Countries---you know the ones where there is large sex industry, the women laugh at the funny shoes looking men, especially the ones with red shoes (and possibly hitting on trannies---wonder why?)

this is just like the zoot suit wannabe gangsters vs the conservative suit wearing gangsters---the real shotcallers. One thinks he's all about style, wearing over exaggerated shoulder pads, way baggy pants, and loud colors. While the knows that the man looks like a buffoon and wears a nice tailored suit, with a hint of color on his ties.



yeah.. Latin american countries are flocked with people that know fashion (and are generally very educated in a wide range of fields  ::) ).

Once again - the shoes you posted (was that you, anyway?) are for old people or these who are really out of touch with any kind of "style", sorry, but that's the truth. Come to France, Germany, etc.. look at how many great dressed people walk around, young and old, and yes they DO care about their appearance  and it's not a "sin" or a thing to laugh about (when in US not caring of how one look is almost a "proud of" state of mind).


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Palpatine Q on November 14, 2012, 11:21:54 AM
yeah.. Latin american countries are flocked with people that know fashion (and are generally very educated in a wide range of fields  ::) ).

Once again - the shoes you posted (was that you, anyway?) are for old people or these who are really out of touch with any kind of "style", sorry, but that's the truth. Come to France, Germany, etc.. look at how many great dressed people walk around, young and old, and yes they DO care about their appearance  and it's not a "sin" or a thing to laugh about (when in US not caring of how one look is almost a "proud of" state of mind).

Question DV,, You ever BEEN to the US?

you seem to think that what poor people in Ohio wear is what everyone wears.

 Come to Manhattan, LA, Seattle, Miami, Chicago, Phoenix ...and take a look around, plenty of very high end people walking around dressed to the nines.

From what i can tell... Euros are brand name whores, the bigger the logo slapped on something, the "cooler" it is. and there is a place for that, but it's not the only way to dress and look good.



Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 14, 2012, 12:25:08 PM
Question DV,, You ever BEEN to the US?

you seem to think that what poor people in Ohio wear is what everyone wears.

 Come to Manhattan, LA, Seattle, Miami, Chicago, Phoenix ...and take a look around, plenty of very high end people walking around dressed to the nines.

From what i can tell... Euros are brand name whores, the bigger the logo slapped on something, the "cooler" it is. and there is a place for that, but it's not the only way to dress and look good.



Both groups are overgeneralizing, I think the point is that you'll find more shitty dressed people in the US, relatively speaking.

There are well dressed people everywhere, just as there are badly dressed people everywhere.

But some of the sneakers posted by Americans in this thread were truly horribly. White sneakers, apart from a select number of models, are always a no no! (for non-exercise use at least)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: cephissus on November 14, 2012, 12:35:11 PM
There are well dressed people everywhere, just as there are badly dressed people everywhere.

i agree, which is why it's hilarious when you post

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/JU/61/2A/00/11/02/JU612A001-102@1.1.jpg)

while presenting yourself as one of the "elite euro fashonistas"


talk about irony ::)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 14, 2012, 12:40:45 PM
i agree, which is why it's hilarious when you post

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/JU/61/2A/00/11/02/JU612A001-102@1.1.jpg)

while presenting yourself as one of the "elite euro fashonistas"


talk about irony ::)

one of the "elite euro fashonistas"  ???

I clearly said I don't care about brand, image, ... You have poor reading comprehension cephissus. Could you make a conscious effort to make this the last time this happens? It's a bit annoying really.

Also, those shoes, while very kitsch, are quite cool. But once again, if you had read correctly, you'd know I don't actually have them.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: cephissus on November 14, 2012, 12:51:36 PM
one of the "elite euro fashonistas"  ???

I clearly said I don't care about brand, image, ... You have poor reading comprehension cephissus. Could you make a conscious effort to make this the last time this happens? It's a bit annoying really.

Also, those shoes, while very kitsch, are quite cool. But once again, if you had read correctly, you'd know I don't actually have them.

lol, I have poor reading comprehension?  Let's clear the log out of thine own eye first, shall we brother? ::)

where did I saw you "actually had" these shoes?  and yes, you've been pushing the "euro vs. american" shit this whole thread, and your criticisms are often on the basis of "welfare this, welfare that".  Notice the quotation marks around "elite euro fashionista," meaning it's not meant literally -- in this case an exaggeration to communicate my point: you piggyback on the stereotype of the superior euro fashion sense to justify your ridiculous selections.

maybe you should finish your degree before trying to bust balls on "comprehension"... of course it won't help.

also: don't care about brand, image ROFL get the fuck out mo "please don't show me any sports brand" en


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: magikusar on November 14, 2012, 12:52:07 PM
i need to get some new boss sport shoes, but not sure which ones

i found these on-line and i think they're not bad, but i'd like some opinions or maybe suggestions if you know of something better

cheers fellas

gayer than a poodle in ballerina shoes


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 14, 2012, 06:01:58 PM
lol, I have poor reading comprehension?  Let's clear the log out of thine own eye first, shall we brother? ::)

where did I saw you "actually had" these shoes?  and yes, you've been pushing the "euro vs. american" shit this whole thread, and your criticisms are often on the basis of "welfare this, welfare that".  Notice the quotation marks around "elite euro fashionista," meaning it's not meant literally -- in this case an exaggeration to communicate my point: you piggyback on the stereotype of the superior euro fashion sense to justify your ridiculous selections.

maybe you should finish your degree before trying to bust balls on "comprehension"... of course it won't help.

also: don't care about brand, image ROFL get the fuck out mo "please don't show me any sports brand" en

Obsessive rambler  8)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 14, 2012, 06:02:34 PM
Mighty fine Jo Ghost's:

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/JO/71/2A/00/P5/03/JO712A00P-503@1.1.jpg)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 14, 2012, 06:05:00 PM
Rehab Sandor Croco Verniz's:

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/RE/41/2C/00/G7/02/RE412C00G-702@1.1.jpg)

A bit different but I dig 'em  8)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 14, 2012, 06:06:26 PM
Loyd Riff  8)

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/LL/11/2A/02/X3/02/LL112A02X-302@1.1.jpg)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: jaejonna on November 14, 2012, 06:08:04 PM
Shoes dont make the man


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Hulkotron on November 14, 2012, 06:09:11 PM
lol, I have poor reading comprehension?  Let's clear the log out of thine own eye first, shall we brother? ::)

where did I saw you "actually had" these shoes?  and yes, you've been pushing the "euro vs. american" shit this whole thread, and your criticisms are often on the basis of "welfare this, welfare that".  Notice the quotation marks around "elite euro fashionista," meaning it's not meant literally -- in this case an exaggeration to communicate my point: you piggyback on the stereotype of the superior euro fashion sense to justify your ridiculous selections.

maybe you should finish your degree before trying to bust balls on "comprehension"... of course it won't help.

also: don't care about brand, image ROFL get the fuck out mo "please don't show me any sports brand" en

This is a brutal owning.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: polychronopolous on November 14, 2012, 06:09:32 PM
Shoes dont make the man

Hi Clint Black


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 14, 2012, 06:10:39 PM
The number 1 sold shoes in the USA in 2012:

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/AD/54/2A/0L/V0/02/AD542A0LV-002@1.1.jpg)

We wore these to mow our lawn, in the '80's at least.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: polychronopolous on November 14, 2012, 06:15:48 PM
The number 1 sold shoes in the USA in 2012:

(http://i1.ztat.net/large/AD/54/2A/0L/V0/02/AD542A0LV-002@1.1.jpg)

We wore these to mow our lawn, in the '80's at least.

We use them to jog in.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 14, 2012, 06:33:20 PM
We use them to jog in.

You also wore them at your wedding, admit it.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: polychronopolous on November 14, 2012, 06:52:24 PM
You also wore them at your wedding, admit it.

I also wear them when I'm fucking your mom. Helps to get better traction against the mattress.  :D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 14, 2012, 06:56:25 PM
I also wear them when I'm fucking your mom. Helps to get better traction against the mattress.  :D

You glad, my mom glad, a win for all  8)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Palpatine Q on November 14, 2012, 06:57:28 PM
You glad, my mom glad, a win for all  8)

I wear a similar pair when I'm putting my foot up dj181's ass  ;D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: polychronopolous on November 14, 2012, 06:58:45 PM
You glad, my mom glad, a win for all  8)
I would be proud to call you son if we decided to take it to the next level!  :)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Maddy on November 14, 2012, 07:03:55 PM


none of
you poor
slobs actually
own any of
these shoes


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 14, 2012, 07:13:44 PM
I would be proud to call you son if we decided to take it to the next level!  :)

A second dad, more money to buy shoes  8)


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: polychronopolous on November 14, 2012, 07:26:22 PM
A second dad, more money to buy shoes  8)

God damn, son...banging mama ain't cheap!!


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 15, 2012, 04:37:02 AM
God damn, son...banging mama ain't cheap!!

You're better off going to the hookers, that's for sure!


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 15, 2012, 05:01:38 AM
You're better off going to the hookers, that's for sure!

you got any new Belgin hotties for us to evaluate brother?


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 15, 2012, 05:06:27 AM
Female friends or hotties?

Because I don't know many (if any) hotties now that I've lost the model friend :( :P Although real hotties are rare here. At least 50% of the women is overweight.


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 15, 2012, 05:14:51 AM
allright, some female friends

and then maybe i'll post up some of my female polish friends for evaluation :P


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 15, 2012, 05:20:34 AM
allright, some female friends

and then maybe i'll post up some of my female polish friends for evaluation :P

That's going to make me look terrible  :D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 15, 2012, 05:24:18 AM
That's going to make me look terrible  :D

what are you trying to say?

that polkas pwn belgins ;D


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 15, 2012, 05:39:57 AM
what are you trying to say?

that polkas pwn belgins ;D

Indeed  :'(


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: dj181 on November 15, 2012, 01:48:46 PM
moen, what's your take on Beckham's kicks here?


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: tbombz on November 15, 2012, 01:51:10 PM

A man should wear nothing but flat black and dark brown shoes unless desaung up in a tuxedo for a special event then all or khaki is ok too


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: tbombz on November 15, 2012, 01:51:46 PM
All white or khaki


Title: Re: for moen, da-vinci and other fashionable fellas
Post by: Moen on November 15, 2012, 01:54:21 PM
moen, what's your take on Beckham's kicks here?

Not a fan of them. The sweater is nice though  8)