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    • Levi’s has used a variety of different details, over the years, which distinguish different eras of jeans. The 1001xx will all be cut similarly, but will be constructed with details representative of different eras. Some versions have had slight changes to their cuts, too, though—and, at some point, the meaning of the model numbers does seem to get a bit blurry. I get the impression that the double names like 1001xx (1000) are vestiges of a time before each model was given an explicit year number, when this would be used to describe one cut using details that would be standard on another; I’m not sure of its current meaning. I think that XX used to differentiate between different fabrics—but, as with the parenthetical double names, I’m not sure what part this plays now that there are more explicitly-labeled models. As in most other cases, the prefix S is short for “simplified”, and refers to WWII models made under rationing restrictions (limited tacks and rivets, donut buttons, &c.)
    • The DSB denim has undergone some [unknown] treatment to make it appear as old dead stock fabric, akin to Ooe’s Time Machine treatment. They’ve been using this for maybe 3 years now. The “new denim” is, as the name suggests, newer; I only remember it starting to pop up some time last year. (Someone with a better memory than me, or more practiced detective skills, will correct me if that’s wrong.) It’s not treated, but the factory wash that’s used for the DD models is very aggressive, so that seems to have an effect of its own.
    • might be wrong but it looks like the p23a has new knee articulation
  • Jacquemus
    Blue 'Le Carré' Wallet
    SSENCE
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    Evisu
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    Ginew
    Native American-owned denim line

    HINOYA
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    Iron Heart
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    Lone Flag
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  • Knickerbocker 
    Atlas Cedar Soy Wax Candle
    Knickerbocker
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