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  2. Haha. Yeah I'm around 6'3" or probably really more like 6'4" if both my legs were the same length - my legs are a bit long for my body though since I have the same inseam as my 6'5" father-in-law. I have to wear a lot of jeans Hayashi-style regardless of choice (I need 32" to even hit mid-ankle), TCB being an exception
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  4. Hemmed these myself today. Don’t really care that it isn’t chain stitched haha. also comparison shot of the lightly worn 01 compared to the new wwii 03
  5. Ahhhhhhhh @scooby beautiful!!!!!! 🤩
  6. Thought I would post an aging photo of my sling bag @Duke Mantee made me. I love this thing and it’s starting to get beaten up, people stop me and ask me questions about it all the time. Thank you Duke! 🫅
  7. Last two days. Today: vintage Crested Butte merchandise, diy jeans, etnies. Additional closeup of the diy jeans, I like how they're coming along. Yesterday: straight edge tee, Eddie Bauer (started off as pants but never liked the way they fit so I turned them into shorts), etnies.
  8. @merzbot - Can you show that reefer jacket worn please?
  9. Will do! I recently started working on a hadal brown reefer jacket.
  10. Agreed, the wear on that is A+
  11. 6,5 (197cm) buddy? @yung_flynn we should swap jeans hehe
  12. @scooby damn that is impressive, truly one of the best jackets I’ve ever seen!! and the stain is nice, artistic even, lol
  13. Same for me or I would definitely have bit on the black 714. Noticed the same thing about SC inseam too - almost too short for me
  14. @chicote here are post wash photos Turns out it is stained, not bad though SuFu bugging
  15. Yesterday
  16. scooby


    Excellent stuff everyone Photos got SuFu'd as well 2001XX DSB 1947 My Conners jacket is approaching bum territory so this'll be my main jacket from now on. Denim is really nice, fit is perfect, pretty stoked. Paired with FW 47s
  17. Runabout jacket. OOE Saddle Pants. Nicks Boots
  18. Oh dear... Just got a pair of SC42460 (although very short inseam for a 34" SC). New wishlist..
  19. Yes, the 714 should be part of the line up for the 15th
  20. Yep. Good news it cleaned up well - I'll get some photos up for you later
  21. Are they black x white 714? I don’t see the coin pocket rivets in the photos but I might just be missing them
  22. Todd Snyder blazer/Brooks Brothers shirt/Sugarcane 1947 black/Birkenstocks. Black tassel loafers would have been ideal if I had a pair
  23. ^ kinda was hoping for black x black or OD but those look pretty neat
  24. SUGAR CANE SUPER DENIM COLLECTIBLES, WHITESVILLE BORDER STRIPE TEES, & SPRING COLLECTIONS Led by Yuichi Fukutomi, a denim specialist from Sugar Cane, the new label SUGAR CANE Super “Denim” Collectibles was launched this year bringing together a team of denim experts. Renowned vintage denim collector, Shigeki Wakiya, has joined this project with a focus on faithfully replicating the “character” of super rare, deadstock, and golden-sized super-vintage pieces that are nearly impossible to find today. The inaugural collection features pieces which have garnered significant attention in the current vintage market and are known as the “World War II model.” Drawing inspiration from unwashed deadstock vintage denim blouses and jeans, complete with residual glue, new denim fabrics were developed and painstakingly duplicated to match the original vintages, capturing the color hue of oxidized indigo and the characteristics of the warp and weft yarns. Various components are created to emulate the aged appearance of deadstock. Regarding the sewing stitching, not only are the thread count and sewing pitch faithfully recreated, but also the irregular, non-uniform stitching is meticulously duplicated. The 1943 model represents a product manufactured during one of the most challenging years for material control within the U.S. industry, amidst the harsh conditions of World War II. It features highly uneven and rugged denim fabric, military-style doughnut buttons, steel rivet, and all yellow-stitching. It omits rivets on the coin pocket, and has uncoated concealed rivets, preserving their natural steel color. The pocket bags are made from flannel fabric, demonstrating the strict cotton usage regulations of the time. Similarly, due to a shortage of skilled workers, various irregularities, such as rough sewing stitches, misaligned back yoke seams, and imperfect hemming, can be observed, which would be considered unacceptable in normal circumstances. We've also received new striped whitesville t-shirts in a heavier weight fabric, Duke Pineapple summer shirts, and jean restocks in all fits in both indigo and black. Shop Sugar Cane Online: https://www.selfedge.com/sugar-cane Shop Whitesville Online: https://www.selfedge.com/whitesville
  25. Dr_Heech


    My warehouse 1915 belt loop model (aka 1922 model) which l have been wearing on and off for the last year. Only had one wash since its initial soak. Love the cut details and denim but boy they do seem to fade quick. Phone pics have been 'sufu'd' so click on for a better quality version.
  26. My Csf WW2 got a regular wash and made the jerky patch fall to pieces so l removed the rest. Nice roping thanks to @Mr Black skills at hemming on the old Union special. Been wearing these and my WH 1922s for a while but now it seems like shorts weather until September so my Csf will get put away until then. (Edit) sorry about the crap pic quality, not my intention. Click on them to get sharper image.
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