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|07-10-2007 07:23 PM|
Originally Posted by GySgt
Try the kiwi product for the non skid, looks very promising and will hide high heel marks...
|07-10-2007 07:22 PM|
Alright, just two more. I do have a job, you know..........
|07-10-2007 07:19 PM|
|GySgt||Well I am going out to buy my wife some nylons and high heels for sailing apparel. (I wonder if they make high heels in non-marking?) Gui would know…he wears them!|
|07-10-2007 07:16 PM|
Originally Posted by Freesail99
|07-10-2007 07:13 PM|
This is becoming a very "tasteful" post.
|07-10-2007 06:43 PM|
|knotaloud||Do you think she would want to crew for me? Or me for her?|
|07-10-2007 06:40 PM|
One for "Dad"
One for "us"
|07-09-2007 11:06 PM|
Sailing apparel, as gawd intended........
|07-09-2007 10:56 PM|
Hmmm... "Sailing apparel"... This time of year: Shorts or swim trunks, t-shirt or tank top, boat shoes, hat... gloves if we're really sailin'... None of it has pictures of sailboats, or anchors, or knots or anything else nautical lookin' on it. Am I doin' something wrong?
|07-09-2007 10:18 PM|
Thank you for spamming the Sailnet community. If you had read your Terms of Service agreement, you'd realize that posting what is basically an advertisment for your company is a violation of the terms of service.
If you want to contact Sailnet's members... buy an advertisment like everyone else.
Umm.. and your company's website pretty much blows... you only have two products... both of which are basically a cheap poly/cotton t-shirt with the word "sail" silkscreened onto it... This would cost me about a third of your $15 price at most of the better large volume silkscreen printers I know—and probably get a much better all cotton t-shirt in the bargain.
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