jump to contentmy subreddits limit my search to /r/malefashionadviceuse the following search parameters to narrow your results:see the search faq for details. I had these shoes in black (not a versatile color) for almost a year, and they lasted well within my shoe rotation. They haven cracked and separated around where my foot bends, unlike my Vans Authentics. They slim and light, so I have to say they a good choice for the summer. The ones you linked are pretty close, but mine don have the racing stripe along the outsole and doesn have the texture. I personally like them quite a bit and, in my opinion, the best bang for buck plimsolls you can find. This summer its gunna be the same minus the converse and ive added some roshe runs, fly knits and a pair of brown suede sperries. My most versatile pair would probably be either of the boat shoes just because if neccessary i can dress them up a little bit, particularly the suede sperrys. I bought them a couple years ago before I really knew what I was doing. It took months and a lot of moleskin pads to break them in, but now they beautifully worn and they fit like a glove. I keep meaning to replace them with something better, but I just can bring myself too. Once in a while I would wear white Chucks or brown/brown sperries, but I pretty much stuck to my loafers. This summer, I think my white Tretorn Nylites will be getting a lot of wear, as will my loafers. I wear 9.5 vans and onitsuka and I want to know if I have to downsize for their mocs? 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His rehabilitation has ended, and the left hander who dominated hitters in 2006 with a 12 3 record, 2.16 earned run average and 144 strikeouts in 121 innings before his elbow injury has been throwing in the Dominican several times a week. "He hasn't had one single setback," a Twins official said. As for Santana, a trade appears imminent. The Dodgers, Red Sox and Yankees seem the most viable trade partners, and if it's the Dodgers, there's a decent chance that third baseman Andy LaRoche, 24, would be part of any deal. "They could get the moon for him." Torii Hunter was so happy to sign with the Angels and get a chance to win a World Series, he said Saturday, that he was willing to defer nearly half the $90 million on his five year contract if it would make it financially easier on the Anaheim club. "It doesn't have to be $18 million a year; we could defer 10, 20 years from now," the former Twin said. "I could make $8 million next year; that's what I was willing to do to win." The Angels told the seven time Gold Glove winner thanks, but there was no need to defer the deal. "I'm still willing to do it, though," Hunter said. "Any time their budget gets close to the threshold, or whatever, I will defer at any time. I'm talking about three months from now, two years, three years. That's because I want to win." When the Angels called last week with the $90 million offer, they gave Hunter 24 hours to accept. Hunter accepted within five hours. "I'm 32, and A Rod (the Yankees' Alex Rodriguez) is 32; A Rod got five years and I got five years," Hunter said. Expect Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, still recovering from a knee ligament injury, to return for the game against Detroit next Sunday at the Metrodome. Eden Prairie High School football star Willie Mobley has narrowed his college choices to Minnesota and Ohio State. Cretin Derham Hall was unranked. No. 1 was St. Xavier of Cincinnati. 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There are some new places Gabe visits that'll look familiar if you've played the multiplayer portion of DS2, as well as some old ones that Isaac Clarke himself has treaded not too long ago. I liked revisiting some of these places because you can tell by the carnage that Isaac was busy at work and you just missed him. New storyline elements come in interactions between Gabe, Lexine, and another security officer named Colonel Victor Bartlett. Despite it being only 2 chapters it has an interesting narrative and never lets up even until the end. The focus of the DLC is to be more action packed as evidenced by the fact that Weller starts off with a souped up Security Suit and Pulse Rifle. You still have access to stores to buy stuff from and benches to upgrade your weapons which is nice considering they throw a lot more enemies at you at once. The reintroduction of the Twitchers, extremely fast moving Necromorphs, adds to the unrelenting action. 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