>Shoes aren't clean
if your a manlet scum becoming a double amputee is a god send. my room mate in the marine corps lost his legs in sangin and he had prosthetics a couple inches longer. he went from 5'9 to 6'1-6'2ish
I have a pair of cheap really lightweight kalenji running pants similar to pic related. I love these because of how confortable they are especially around summer and because I can tuck them inside a pair of merino socks I have and they look pretty techninja. only problem with them is the fucking branding.
How do I remove it? Can I put a patch on it or something without it looking too bad?
What do you guys think of tacticool milsurp vests?
he does. you get treated like an actual human slave in the marines until you lose a limb or something. now he doesnt do anything but chill and focus on colllege. hes swimming in pussy, hes going to get medically retired (aka paid for the rest of his life plus free healthcare and other benefits) hes told me numerous times it was the best thing thats happened to him.
well the last one died exactly after i posted so here's again: should i cop? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zdyXWwk26c
Any tech eyewear out there that fits the aesthetic?
I have some wayfarers I've been using for ages now since they look good on me but they look off on these fits.
wearable tech is at least a few years away from being any good. find some frames that suit your face and your style and stick with them. if you're still looking for something a little technical then see contemporary eyewear brands with interesting construction methods. hapter has done some really cool stuff. their frames are laser cut from a single piece of surgical steel, bonded with a heavy canvas fabric and fitted with zeiss lenses. most comfortable glasses i've ever worn and the simplicity of their construction means they should last you.