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Armagnac Vaghi from 1989: Breaking the tradition of buying a good bottle of Cognac XO for christmas. I went for a Armagnac this year. Armagnac Vaghi sells brandy back to 1928 and probably even older ones are hidden in their cellar. Made … Continue reading
Pollini high heels: This is the story of Maria´s final choice for a classic black high heel by Pollini. Milano is great be-cause all the top brands have stores there and are quite close together. Equipped with a pair of … Continue reading
Red Wing 9013: Evolution of a Red Wing 9013 shoe / boot which is one of my favorites. Worn or broken in since 1 1/2 years now. Check the difference when I bought them.
Thorogood Work American Heritage Moc Toe – after 1 year: After I saw the very comprehensive article from Thomas – Denimhunters about the Thorogood Union made American work boots I decided to take some images of this boots I use now for 1 year … Continue reading
Red Wings 9013 cycling: Images were taken on my way to Konstanz (Ecke 32). Over the last few years I developed quite a dislike for stuff out of synthetic fibres. Some of my sportsstuff is still out of it, but I … Continue reading
Red Wing 9013 + Gasoline Alley Seaman Trouser: A great team, my old Red Wings 9013 and the Seaman Trouser from Gasoline Alley.
Damn Yak “Gift” – Gorilla Shoe – Made in Canada: I was a bit jealous when Eric posted the images from his parcel he got from Japan today, but when I came home from work there was one for me … Continue reading
Thorogood moc toe boots, rapidly vintaged in 3 month: Received these nice boots about 3 month ago and using them mostly outdoors an now since a couple of weeks on work with the boats they had to withstand a lot. … Continue reading