Anti-fashion is the best fashion.
Can we have a thread of good industrial utilitarian-type stuff?
Work coats, military surplus, stuff along those lines?
my winter coat, fit is actually quite snug when sized down and keeps me super warm when ice fishing or when it gets down to -20 F.
but I swear every single male manual laborer in the area has this exact same jacket. but for some reason it still gets compliments.
mine is a helluva lot more faded than pic related though
ugh. see this is the issue with /fa/ and the need to *core every single item of clothing. Normcore is the stupidest fucking name for a style of dress.
Probably my biggest issue with this board. The constant need to categorize and give names to everything. Not everything is a style sometimes it just is what it is.
skateboarders are always at the avant garde of anti-fashion because they're usually poor and social outkasts. love this dude's style with the massive chinos
Do not correct me. I meant exactly what I said. Putting things in a category is human nature. People like to label themselves and people like to label others. Racism is a source of this. The mind doesn't want to meet and greet everyone so we put things into slots to easily (if not incorrectly) understand
its so hard to find good amateur skate videos because they're all completely untagged on youtube -- so on brand. if you've got more, plz share (emphasis on ones where the dudes are wearing cool stuff)
heres another: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aksf8gcLNE
In Western society, men's clothing used to be either for work or military application, right? Most mens clothing is based off pre-existing military or workwear. Utility is appealing in and of itself that way.
...This is total bullshit but I heard it from a friend and I think it's a good anecdote
Then under the same logic you could dismiss them on that same basis, letting pictures and styles speak for themselves when it comes to impressing you.
But clearly there's something else here that's so irksome.
>chick lean was actually the standard shooting posture until the 70s/80s because everyone wasn't obese back then
have you ever even fired a gun before? if you had you would realize how dumb that sounds
and .22 is a great round but I was referencing her stance in combination with the caliber
>have you ever even fired a gun before? if you had you would realize how dumb that sounds
when your body is small you will naturally do chick lean so you can better hold the rifle
not really useful after everyone got fat though
i'm taking the bait
chick lean has nothing to do with body size, adult men are capable of doing it as well
>better hold the rifle with chick lean
do you honestly believe this? go grab a roll of wrapping paper or something and try holding it chick lean, then the correct way. of course, you are welcome to actually shoot a gun at some point in your life so you can actually feel the dumbness of what you're saying
There are some leftover sizes left that should be going up for sale sometime at the end of this week.
leads to muzzle rise, and more likely to miss due to awkward positioning making sights off center
chris costa is a tool
but he has a point into easing newbies into the centirefire intermediate calibers
.300blk or .308 is a kick in the teeth if you're used to 9X19 para..especially when you're spitting 30 rounds and you don't know how to tap-check-clear a jam on a rifle that's kicking your ass
also the whole co-witness + MBUS rear failsafe sight system is just a great idea
not sure how i feel about the side mount sight system they push
looks cool in video games and movies if they adopt it there but real life use seems impractical
something else to jab your thumb on during a home invasion