This board is full of people who talk endlessly about how much they want the newest stuff. There are people who update to the newest Mac every single year, people who upgrade mobile phones every six months, and even those people who don't think that an octo-core Mac is fast enough for porning. What about old stuff? Do you still regularly use something that's really old, something that you should have thrown out ages ago, but have kept around due to sentimental reasons, or the coolness factor of owning something truly retro? This may include clothes, shoes, computers, and anything that you use ON A REGULAR BASIS. Don't just list things that you own, or stuff that's supposed to be old (eg: wine), or used for many years (eg: a ring, nice watch, wife/husband, bad jokes). What do you still use or wear that has lasted well beyond your normal tolerance for age or rattiness/grunginess? I own this organic striped t-shirt that I still wear. I don't know what it's made from exactly since all the labels have worn out. It's made from organic cotton and a material that allows it to stretch. However, the collar isn't very elastic anymore, so it feels loose and looks awkward. I bought it at Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) in Canada 7 years ago. I'm only 27 years old, and so this is probably the oldest shirt I own. I don't exactly come from a generation that keeps their stuff for long. I'll show you something else. The Pumas in the photo are fantastically old, and I wear them every day. I've had them for 5 years, which is an eternity for casual shoes. I have actually bought several pairs of shoes to replace them, but nothing was as comfortable. My Onitsuka Tigers are uncomfortable, and my other pairs fails miserably. These Pumas were originally a white + creme colour, and made completely of suede. You can see bald "leather" patches developing, and the grey/dark grey colour they've become.