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  2. Hey, can anyone identify this shirt? Thanks
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  4. Bobbo

    Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    Where you at @aho? Time to wrap this up!
  5. volvo240thebest

    WAYWT 2019 (denim edition)

    Superb
  6. bartlebyyphonics

    WAYWT 2019 (denim edition)

    not much but muji-filson-oshkosh-rw
  7. bartlebyyphonics

    Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    settling on post comp pair is sending me a little crazy... imma mostly oscillating between the slimness of recent lvc '44 and a vintage vestbak oshkosh
  8. heyson

    Levi's Vintage Clothing

    my 66’s. pretty happy with the fit. thanks to those who helped me with sizing!
  9. mlwdp

    Shoes that look better with age...

    According to Wesco Japan, they are now offering purple and green leather options. Case in point:
  10. danxf

    Seriously though, where did everyone go?

    do i have to pay money to post now
  11. I need something warm and fully lined. A shearling collar on an unlined or moderately insulated jacket is stupid IMO. Agreed re: denim durability, yet denim is a durable fabric just not the most durable. For most everyone considering buying that jacket they'd never put it to use as real work wear. It should last a lifetime if cared for and not abused too much. I'd prefer a more weather resistant fabric, but not something like Gore-Tex. Maybe waxed canvas, but waxed fabric doesn't breathe - trade offs... F', for $725-$750 one can have an IH N1 or N2 alpaca lined Deck jacket. Which is a serious consideration...
  12. ColonelAngus

    Tanuki Japan

    @mikecch Thanks. I saw Denimio plugging this shirt on IG for awhile now but they never really gave details other than 'coming soon.'
  13. Foxy2

    Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    Dawson Denim for me...
  14. https://rivetandhide.com/shop/brands/dehen-1920/dehen-x-rivet-hide-flyer-s-club-jacket.html?___store=default £600 and has shearing collar. FWIW
  15. $900! Damn, Just buy yourself something from McCoys or Dehen with a Shearing collar...Probably get a leather jacket with a shearing collar for that money. Im gonna go out on a limb here and call $900 for a denim jacket as 'overpriced'. To each their own though.
  16. mikecch

    Tanuki Japan

    They're 8 oz check twill, fabric that used to feature on Oni's pockets a few years ago. Denimio is planning to launch them when their new website is fully up I believe.
  17. I think it's gorgeous. I'm a little hesitant putting $900 in a denim jacket as I expect the cotton will be destroyed after a few years. This being said, I've been clamoring for a shearling denim jacket and this might just be the perfect item...
  18. Yardsale

    Acronym.

    Anyone selling a 3A-10ts?
  19. FreeCharlesManson

    Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    i bought a pair of 710xx in japan right before this started so i'm finally digging into those
  20. MangoSushi

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTS/WTT: CP4-WS 10/10, spec and bag, 900 USD net J25-WS size large, 10/10, spec and bag, 625 USD net P10-DS size large, 9/10, no bag or spec, 900 USD net 3a-3ts blk foil bag + spec 9/10 condition 805 USD net 3a-mk1 laminate bag+ spec 9/10 205 USD net 3a-mz2ts latest xpac version bag+spec 10/10 185 USD net WTB/WTT for: NG4-PS, GT/S/CH-J29 size M, 3a-5, 3a-5ts mssg for pictures and questions
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  22. dada mafiosi

    Belts

    Hi I have a Samurai W001 belt. Anybody has idea, how to clean and oil Natural Leather belt? Can we use natural ingredients such as olive oil or coconut oil or only leather oil to be used ? Whether to oil both sides (glossy and rough side)?
  23. volvo240thebest

    TCB

    I try to not wash for the first two months then whenever I feel they need a wash.
  24. bryanayrb

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Prices include Paypal fees and shipping in NA. Intl shipping PM me. J61-GTV (Small) BNWT $2000 USD (below retail) J46-FO (Medium) BNWT $1600 USD (below retail) Thanks,
  25. Vulcan

    TCB

    For those of you that are into the "vintage" fades that TCB is so great for, at what point do you start washing your jeans more regularly? I like to try to keep a balance between maintaining some interesting lines/whiskers but I also love the heavily washed/dried crinkling and texture that really highlights these jeans. I'm always tempted to start chucking 'em in the wash more often but try to hold out to maintain the lines. I think I typically try to go about 1 year+ w/ very occasional washing before I start increasing the wash frequency. Now that my 50's are approaching the 1 year mark I'm starting to think about it... Obviously, everyone will have a different experience due to their unique wear patterns but I'm just curious as to what your methods are.
  26. nycsurfer530

    Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    Stevenson La Jolla for me
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