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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Taques, Feb 3, 2016.
I only use ink organically and responsibly farmed from giant squid
Curious to see the end product.
Never pick a fight with someone who buys ink by the barrel
Install is Saturday.
Allen Edmonds having a $150 Flash Sale today (7/28) on many styles.
Depending on what you're after you might be able to save some serious loot.
I know some people don’t like Bonobos anymore but they have 60% off sale items right now with good selection.
Who doesn’t like Bonobos? Just because Walmart bought them? I haven’t had any issue with quality.
yeah... and I have never had quality issues with them either. Grabbed 5 pairs of pants today for $160.
And the sleeping bags, chairs, lights, and bed for me and the 5yo.
Good looking out. Their athletic fit pants are my jam for work. Just bought a suit.
Hello I just spent like $700 on amazon for portable AC units because no fucking houses in the area come with AC.
Where is this hell?
Which pants? I feel like I've heard abt these before and could use some new pants, and shorts if they are good for warm weather (i.e. lightweight).
They have a lot of fits on there...I got a few “stretch organic khakis” or something in slim cut and like them. I also have a pair of athletic cut khakis from there that seem a little boxy for me, but I can see why people like them. Their golf shorts are really comfortable, and lightweight. Lots of styles/options available.
For my birthday I received my first two pair of Bonobos slacks from y wife, but "on sale" they were still like $75 each at Nordstrom. Are there different collections or something? I've never seen a cheap pair.
Like a lot of retailers, they've just been having blowout sales on pretty much everything, since people are just sitting at home in basketball shorts and t shirts instead of going to an office.
I've actually been rocking the basketball shorts and t-shirt look WHILE going to the office.
yeah, their “weekday warrior” slacks are $78 on sale and then an additional 60% off.
and they're awesome.
Bought 2 pairs for $20 each on final sale (i.e., no returns), and was wondering how they'd be. Cool cool
How do bonobos run size wise?
Depends on what cut you get
The northwest. Majority of dwellings don’t have AC.
Ah yeah, I remember visiting my aunt in Eugene, it was mind blowing she didn’t gave ac in her very nice home.
My freshman dorm (in TEXAS) didn't have AC
weekday warriors. I have a big ass and quads and their athletic cut are the best fit I can find.
Maybe just me, but bonobos sizing has gotten pretty inconsistent. Feel like I never know what I’m gonna get. Returns are very easy tho so I still buy stuff.
Olympia washington area.
There are dorms at UF that don’t have AC I’m pretty sure also.
Think all of Clemson has AC now. Mine did and I lived in the shitty ones freshman year.
I'm a pretty big Bonobos fan, but have seen this myself. I had a pair of pants come in a couple of months ago that were an inch longer than another pair of the exact same pant just in a different color. Like you said though, there returns are extremely easy, so I don't really care that much.
Sizing anecdotes are a little scary looking at buying the final sale clothes.
My biggest issue with bonobos are the leg openings on pants. They are not tapered or trim at all even on slim fit pants. So you end up with wide ass pants hanging over your shoes while the rest is actually slim fitting. It’s why I don’t buy any casual pants or jeans from them.
Pelican 1550, gonna use it as a humidor...
Spanish Cedar trays x6
Spanish Cedar sheets for lining the Pelican
Boveda seasoning packs for trays/liner
Boveda Butler hygrometer
Boveda wood holders for bottom/sides
Boveda 320 mounting plates for lid
Boveda 320g packs
Boveda 60g packs brick
Interesting. Never had that issue
why not just buy a humidor ?
Same, I buy their slimmest fit and it’s always fine
Looks more like a pot vault to me
That was super helpful. Was just gonna buy a pair, but since I’ve never tried them on nahh.
Why just buy a car when you can build one yourself?
A few reasons. Most humidors that hold a comparable number of sticks are cabinets/furniture (didn’t want to commit to the footprint), expensive (~$1k+), are all similarly styled (grandparents furniture), and even “quality” ones (majority are made in China and suspect) are notoriously finicky and require routine care/maintenance. The DIY/tupperdor systems have really good reviews as far as ease of use and reliability. I’m not really looking to display my sticks, just properly store them. I may get a nice desktop humi down the road for display, but for ~$250 I don’t think there’s a better option for reliability/volume.
Should have gotten one sooner
It might just be my preference, but I don’t like them. For comparison my casual JCrew pants/jeans are much slimmer in the leg opening. I want them much closer to joggers than traditional old man pants. I wear the weekday warriors to work everyday and it annoys me that they hang over the tongue on my shoes.
I wish they’d somehow streamline the cartridge reordering process.