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Liam Strain replied to James Smith's discussion Advice on buying a leather bag
"Hartmann has made good bags for decades. Might be hard to find one for $50 though.  Generally - look for top grain, not split grain leather - the thicker the better. Sometimes you can find "belting" leather - that is great. "
7 minutes ago
James Smith posted a discussion

Advice on buying a leather bag

I'm looking to buy a used leather briefcase and/or messenger bag for college. Probably won't buy until later in the summer, but I'm trying to get some research in. Does anyone have any vintage or modern brands to recommend? Right now I'm looking at something along these lines. Hoping to keep it under $50.See More
1 hour ago
James Smith replied to Brandon's discussion Over-dressing-- How inappropriate is this?
"Even in high school I liked to throw on a vest or sports coat. Kudos to you for dressing sharp. Only thing I would say is maybe mix up with some other colors, gray on gray might get old. I like muted, earthy colors--pale or dark blue, dark red,…"
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Moreira Mendes joined Matthew Robertson's group
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Traditional Catholic Men

This is a group for traditional Catholic men to share their experiences, ask questions and help each other keep the faith.
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Moreira Mendes joined Brad Bortz's group
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Cigars, Cigars, Cigars

I've just joined Manliness and don't see a group dedicated to cigar aficionados.Any cigar smokers out there? Let's share experiences, nice smokes, etc.Looking forward to hearing from all of you!See More
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Sir replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"Looks like Cruz's voterless-victories strategy is weakening, as delegates picked by Cruz supporters wonder if going against their constituents at the convention is a good idea.…"
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Moreira Mendes joined Denis E. Ambrose, Jr.'s group
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Catholic Men

A place for Catholic men to discuss issues they face in the light of their faith.
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Moreira Mendes joined Adam Jablecki's group
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South American Gentlemen's Society

Calling all true gentlemen associated with South American life, culture or spirit.
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