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    Quote Originally Posted by jays_fever View Post
    I just bought my first roots sweats, about 150 for a sweater and pants. They're really good quality but I dont know, seems a tad excessive
    Word same here I got my first sweats and hoodie a few months ago and it was the same price, but honestly while they are pricey I haven't found anything really that's cheaper and keep me warm/comfortable
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatcowxlive View Post
    Word same here I got my first sweats and hoodie a few months ago and it was the same price, but honestly while they are pricey I haven't found anything really that's cheaper and keep me warm/comfortable
    I really like Uniqlo. They finally opened a store in Toronto. Bought stuff from them in NYC and when I was in Japan last year. They have these heat tech undershirts that are sick. As well they have some nice sweats and hoodies that are comfortable and good quality.

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    Not really fashion but quick question. When I go into shoe stores these days the two big sections are running and training. I play sports off and on like basketball, volleyball, badminton etc... I'm not going to go buy a pair of shoes for basketball and badminton shoes etc... since I don't play any one sport enough to justify that. Do most people just get a pair from the "training" section for general sportyness? From what I understand the running shoes are pretty much just good for running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fireballW View Post
    Not really fashion but quick question. When I go into shoe stores these days the two big sections are running and training. I play sports off and on like basketball, volleyball, badminton etc... I'm not going to go buy a pair of shoes for basketball and badminton shoes etc... since I don't play any one sport enough to justify that. Do most people just get a pair from the "training" section for general sportyness? From what I understand the running shoes are pretty much just good for running?
    Depends on how intense you are planning to play. I've rolled my ankle before doing that. If you're playing something like once a month and not too intensely, my guess is that your risk of injury is relatively small. Once a week or more and you should probably get the proper shoes for basketball or volleyball. I'm not familiar enough with badminton to know of the risks there.

    Not exactly speaking as an expert or anything, just from personal experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fireballW View Post
    Not really fashion but quick question. When I go into shoe stores these days the two big sections are running and training. I play sports off and on like basketball, volleyball, badminton etc... I'm not going to go buy a pair of shoes for basketball and badminton shoes etc... since I don't play any one sport enough to justify that. Do most people just get a pair from the "training" section for general sportyness? From what I understand the running shoes are pretty much just good for running?
    If I were you, I'd pick up a pair of basketball shoes. If you find the right pair, they'll also be very good for playing volleyball, badminton, etc in and it's probably a fair price to pay to decrease your chances of injury.

    Nike Hyperlive
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    some reasonable options
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    I'm old now so my idea of basketball shoes were mostly big, high ankled things. Something like those Curry ones would be pretty good. Thanks for the tips!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fireballW View Post
    I'm old now so my idea of basketball shoes were mostly big, high ankled things. Something like those Curry ones would be pretty good. Thanks for the tips!
    No problem. KD9's would be good too but not sure if you want to blow that much money on a pair of shoes.
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    Who are some good brands that sell good, inexpensive ties? Something not boring.
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    I missed the Roots sweats post, but my salt and pepper sweatpants might be my favourite piece of clothing I own. They have nice sales here and there but they are worth it imo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by intentional wok View Post
    Who are some good brands that sell good, inexpensive ties? Something not boring.
    I hate ties with a passion but the few I have bought were from Moores or Tip Top Tailors
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    Quote Originally Posted by intentional wok View Post
    Who are some good brands that sell good, inexpensive ties? Something not boring.
    I usually go to tip top tailors for dress clothes. Usually have good sales, and they have some decent brands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by intentional wok View Post
    Who are some good brands that sell good, inexpensive ties? Something not boring.
    If you're looking for inexpensive, you might as well go to Winners. You'll find some mall brand ties for around $20. Still, your desire to find a "not boring" tie worries me. Ties that are not boring (by which I assume you mean tasteful) are generally ugly. What do you need it for, anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by intentional wok View Post
    Who are some good brands that sell good, inexpensive ties? Something not boring.
    Andrew's Ties in the PATH. Won't call them inexpensive but fair priced. I picked up Ike Behar ties for $35 on sale (usually retailing over $100). If you are talking really inexpensive I have a co-worker that swears by The Tie Bar (online)
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    I like International Clothiers for ties and stuff and they'll usually have something like 2 for 20 ties or something.
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