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    • Pure Blue Japan are renowned for the texture of their denim alongside their mastery of Indigo dyeing and nowhere is this better demonstrated than with their AI denim – this really is the pinnacle. The protected Tokushima indigo delivers an utterly unique tone especially when combined with their slubby, heavyweight 17.5oz denim and is presented here in the relaxed tapered 019 fit. Shop PBJ AI-019 17.5 oz Natural Indigo Relaxed Tapered Jeans Iron Heart continues to demonstrate versatility outside of purely heavy denim with the  latest 14 oz. fabric and after the huge popularity of the inaugural models we have released an extension to the range. 

       Using the same double twisted weft yarns as their 21 oz. signature denim, these lighter weight options provide all the sturdiness with a fraction of the weight. Available in the super slim 555, the slim tapered 777 and the relaxed tapered 888. 555 5 888 777 Shop Iron Heart 142 Jeans New for this season is the IHSH-222 indigo Chambray Work Shirt. The selvedge fabric comprises of 60% cotton and 40% linen. Ideal for summer, it comes in a 5 oz. weight. If you're starting out on a new pair of indigo raw jeans this lighter colour provides the perfect contrast but it will literally look great with any other item in your wardrobe. Shop IHSH-222 Indigo Cotton/Linen Chambray The Iron Heart Corduroy Modified Type III Jacket makes a welcome return in all sizes, showing just how good the Cloth Of Kings can look. Shop Iron Heart Corduroy Modified type III Jacket The Tochigi leather Belt also gets an update with this iteration in rich brown veg tanned cowhide. Finished off with heavy duty brass hardware and a Chicago screw construction which allows for size adjustment, this could be the last belt you will ever need. Shop Iron Heart Heavy Duty Tochigi Belt - Brown New Good Art arrivals never fail to bring us great joy. Every adornment, every trinket, every bauble is just a pure delight and no matter whether the satisfaction of your desires involves a serious piece or a decadent treat, the answer is right here.  View Full Good Art Hlwyd Collection
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    • Outside of the Levi's dot com end-of-year blowouts (where I picked up the majority of my LVC stuff at at least 30 percent, and some of it for insanely less), Cultizm is my go-to LVC retailer. Firstly, their standard LVC price is about $225, not $260 or $285, like the Levi's Website. Then on top of that, they usually run several 20 percent off sales per year, and they even go to 25 percent one or two times a year – sometimes with free shipping, even to the U.S.A. from Germany. When I order from them, I usually pay about $180 for a pair, plus about $10 shipping (unless the sale also includes free shipping), and sometimes a bit less if I catch the 25% sale. Other than my two pairs of 1880's, which I got from Levi's dot com for 30 percent off of 50 percent off ($210 for $600 list price jeans), the most I've paid for a pair of LVCs is $190 with shipping. The least I have paid is $72 for my '66's (straight from Levi's). Second least is about $105 per pair for my two pairs of 1915's (straight from Levi's UK). All my LVC is Rigid, except my second TPB, which is single rinse (could not resist it at the insanely low blowout price from Levi's dot com: $140.
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