Not as good as it was. Better than it will be.
The attire is a bit garish. And how many people are getting out of that convertible? Is that some sort of WASP clown car? At least at that time Tretorns weren't made by the ChiComs.
Anon- Garish is relative although I gotta hand it to you for the WASP clown car. Also, it's Chicom and not ChiComs. You sound like a pocket square designer who wears double monks.
They don't wear double monks anymore. Now they wear tretorns.http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m3b1cnfKfA1qgk2tao1_1280.jpg
A day late and a dollar short.
A few weeks back, someone asked me where hipsters come from. I said, "They come from douche-bags." Hipsters come from douche-bags.
Is there a way to "like" your post? Because I do.
Know this isn't supposed to make me horny, but...
The shoes, yes. The ads, fuggetaboudit.-DB
She does have a purty mouth.
people who live in glass houses...
Dallas- ...are usually vulnerable. Where's your house made of?
I like New York in June. And its nearly June. More pics of long, lingering lunches please.
sugar, spice, and everything nice.
These guys were the douchebags of that era, make no mistake.
18milesperhour- I was 18 in 1975 and clearly remember playing tennis in that 'era.' Maybe this was just my crowd, but Tretorn was popular with women. I don't remember men wearing Tretorn at all. Mostly Stan Smith Adidas and Wilson Pro Staff. In the '80s, Diadora and Le Coq were popular. I didn't eat for one week 'cause I was broke over a pr of Le Coq Sportif. If it helps, I don't consider myself a db but I am an asshole and assholes loved Le Coq.
There are a lot of assholes that still love Le Coq. They constitute the majority of the menswear industry.
Nice post. I don't suppose anyone remembers Romika? They had this foamy sole and were incredibly comfy to wear on and off the court. In the '80s in North Toronto, you were practically issued them. Then POOF. Disappeared.
Wolfgang- still around but no tennis shoe for men. Romika.co.uk
Post a Comment