Jump to content

All Activity

This stream auto-updates     

  1. Today
  2. ArmandGLA

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    If you only had Large
  3. tigerstrom

    Full Count Denim Thread

    Full Cunt lol
  4. ChainsOnNateboardP

    Acronym.

    Slammed VW in the back I see?
  5. darksadvial

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Wts J58ws size s 9/10 condition $1200 + pp fees
  6. one2nd

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    still up
  7. mlwdp

    Shoes that look better with age...

    Black tie or regular leather? Do you have the half sole 430 on them or regular half sole? You ride in them?
  8. Flash

    Conners Sewing Factory

    Bit of a fit update on my size 34 ww2 , been wearing them quite a bit and the Denim has really started to take shape im still surprised they fit considering the 30’s I had were wearable , slimmer than they should have been but still wearable
  9. Bobbo

    Unknown Japanese Brands

    @volvo240thebest got one of their sweatshirts
  10. Schorsch

    Real McCoy's / Joe McCoy's Jeans

    I live in Switzerland. If I order from the UK I have import through Customs which means I can't return it if it doesn't fit.
  11. edmond

    Shoes that look better with age...

    Boss wesco
  12. edmond

    Real McCoy's / Joe McCoy's Jeans

    Email me if you want to ask for mccoys stuff
  13. Punch

    Sugar Cane Denim

    Good Day, guys! There is an online shop Hinoya in Japan. So, in honor of the 70th anniversary of the store, TOYO Corporation released a collab from denim, as in Okinawa, in the fit SC42014 TYPE-III. As long as there are all sizes.
  14. Pedro

    Sugar Cane Denim

    I can recall when families in the US began relying on dryers, it was when women left the traditional role of stay-at-home mom and entered the workforce. Line drying was a time consuming task and left clothing exposed to summer storms unattended.
  15. Pedro

    Sugar Cane Denim

    Very interesting. I had only been thinking of this from a very denimcentric point of view—was it good or bad for the fabric, its longevity, fades, sizing, and yes the leather patch damage, etc.. By all means if someone has a personal belief about dryer usage then I don’t want to be judgemental about that. Good to consider this. -Pedro
  16. bartlebyyphonics

    WAYWT 2019 (denim edition)

    [and then] emboldened by @delutoro's post (is it that he is wearing what I always wear, or am I morphing ever more into him... the latter of course) cuntry style meets amerikan casul barbour-(hidden filson)-boncoura-tcb-rw
  17. bartlebyyphonics

    WAYWT 2019 (denim edition)

    firstly some more fleece love...
  18. conqueror

    Sugar Cane Denim

    yeah, dryers are definitely very US centric: most americans i've met seem to to use them for absolutely everything. in the UK and australia i've owned a dryer as well, but like MF i only ever really use it for towels and bed sheets. i could easily go without one if needed.
  19. Maynard Friedman

    Sugar Cane Denim

    I have a washer-drier and the drier is only ever used for towels (as it softens then) and drying my kids school clothes in an emeegency if they are still damp. That’s it and I live in London, which isn’t particularly warm. Like Foxy, I see regular use of the drier as unnecessary and not environmentally friendly.
  20. Foxy2

    Sugar Cane Denim

    My own understanding of people's different approach to dryers is that it is at least partially cultural - if you live in a moderate or hot climate you simply don't have and/or need a dryer. I grew up thinking that taking a shower twice a day, washing all of your garments every single day, having giant sized washing machines and giant sized dryers in addition is a massive waste of money, water and electricity - not to speak of the use of fabric softeners... I am not arguing that they are not convenient or very useful in less dry climates. the other argument against dryers is what they can do to pleats & ceases and to leather patches if you are not careful. now, we have most washing machines with integrated dryers and I only use that function every blue moon (after thinking twice) - there are no short-cuts in live!
  21. tchengaa

    Unknown Japanese Brands

    any experience with el canek ??? thanks ~
  22. julian-wolf

    Unknown Japanese Brands

    Any experience with Deluxeware's knitwear? A few of their sweatshirts have been catching my eye recently, but I'm not finding much info on sizing. The usual question, then: L or XL? Any anecdotes re: quality of fabric and / or construction also appreciated.
  23. Pedro

    Sugar Cane Denim

    Any chance some of you with the 16.25-oz denim of 80/20 cotton/cane can post a fade pic and describe your experience with the fabric’s ability to shrink or stretch? Also those of you who bought Raw, can you describe how much shrinkage occurred with your wash regimen? -thanks Edit: I have seen the 16.25-oz denim sometimes called an Okinawa denim. Is this only a reference to the 20% SugarCane always being sourced from Okinawa plants and not an indication of a particular pattern?
  24. julian-wolf

    Sugar Cane Denim

    I've had bad luck with the spin cycle of the washing machine, but never with the dryer. Overall, I don't really like how fluffy (for lack of a better word) clothes feel after coming out of the dryer, so I do prefer air drying when possible, but when it's not sunny out that's just too much of a hassle. I never use the dryer on anything above "low" for any of my clothes (besides when I actively want to shrink something), so I guess I don't expect the effects on the dye to be too serious…if anything's gonna do damage, it's gonna be the tumbling itself, and the washer's already doing plenty of that
  25. itsbenhere

    Shoes that look better with age...

    Those are looking great Aeries. I'll have to post mine up! And lol, did we ever figure out why ed hates lofgren boots so much?
  1. Load more activity