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  1. 39 points
    1003s after 2 years or so
  2. 36 points
    Hey guys! Hope you are well. Haven’t really posted much here because I’ve been spending time working on this app with a really great team. The tech wear community has given me so much and I’ve been thinking long and hard about what to give back. Hopefully this app helps you connect with other great people online, like I’ve been given the opportunity. If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. Idk about you guys, but I’ve always wanted an easy to use database to find older pieces or find out more about the brand or see other outfit photos using the pieces. I’ve also had trouble on instagram (as I’m sure you all have as well) with people not knowing what pieces of clothing I’m wearing and get asked a million questions about my clothes even though the info is in the caption or whatever. So I present to you, IDENTIFY [ ID for short :P/ dont need to venmo me ] Currently you can - Share Outfits - Browse and add to a large database of items (acronym, veilance, outlier, etc) with more items being added daily - Join and create mini communities We’re finally opening the beta version up for people to test and I would love for you guys to try it out first. Here is the install link to the apple or play store: https://link.identify.fit/sufu-open-beta Please feel free to reach out to me with any feedback or suggestions you guys may have at [email protected] Thank you all!!!! Have fun, connect, learn, live, laugh, love or whatever. - Valdizbro ps. erlsn on the app is the real one
  3. 28 points
    ^what did you do? There you go: My usual routine is to soak the jeans inside out in a bucket to make them more pliable abd then put them directly in the washing machine. My washing machine has a rinsing program so the jeans were rinsed with clear water to remove the starch and sizing agents. I left them in the spin cycle at 400 rpm to get the mostz moisture out of the fabric. Afterwards I hang them to dry. Here are the measurements so you can see how much they shrank (raw/onewash) Waist: 37.5" / 34" Front rise: 14" / 13" Back rise: 17.5" / 16.75" Hips: 22" / 21.25" Thigh: 13.75" / 12.9" Knee: 10.5" / 9.75" Leg opening: 9.4" / 9" Inseam: 36.25" / 33.75" And the fit pics after the soak/wash
  4. 27 points
    My turn Jamesfabled (shop in Osaka) 1001XX around 2005 Love the "Praide in Kojima"
  5. 26 points
    Went to bangkok last week for brief visit
  6. 24 points
    Triffer hat Tcb seaman jumper Telnyashka Re lookus Excelsior
  7. 23 points
    Hope everyone's enjoying the sunshine. Still not bright enough for me to photograph jeans without camera-shake, but still.... one more wash. Does anyone else find they keep losing coins now they have to keep everything in the back pockets?
  8. 22 points
    My kid’s TCB jacket. Not too bad for an 11 yr old...
  9. 22 points
    Visvim / Resolute / OSB
  10. 21 points
    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bx4ieTCoPqq/ A little more than a year, washed every 14-20 wears approx.
  11. 20 points
  12. 20 points
    Great Warehouse jeans posted lately! Here's a small contribution that I've posted a couple of years ago: Deer Hunter jeans, a store brand made by Warehouse.
  13. 19 points
    A bit more Warehouse love... Bonus pocket bag photo!
  14. 19 points
    So this arrived on Monday but - following much anticipation - just got my hands on it tonight S406xxx M-46 First Half WW2 Denim Been on the edge a while but very glad I took the plunge... as awesome as everyone says! Rapidly taken pre-wash (what's with the crazy lighting, no desire to hang around and retake) and post wash pics Post wash pics are with jacket damp Looking forward to inspecting the details tomorrow... loving the T back...
  15. 18 points
    At Last At Last RMC IH (belt) Viberg
  16. 18 points
    Unworn 105s compared to a pair of worn 107s, both size 2. Worn in rotation for perhaps 11 months, not counting breaks for other pairs. Took the pictures in march, when the sun came back to sweden after a long absence, but never posted them.. Barely wear the 107s nowadays, mainly due to the tight calves. 105s patiently biding their time..
  17. 17 points
    Washed my Memorial Jeans on Memorial Day Weekend. They're not nearly as shredded as Edwin's pair, but I like how they're slowly coming along.
  18. 17 points
    In the country of NC. Buzz SC1947 BH
  19. 17 points
    800s used a couple of days a week since late december. Love them. Very comfy fit even though the waist shrink to ~39 cm post wash for a size 33..
  20. 17 points
    Six months in to these 1101 and maybe 5 washes so far
  21. 16 points
    Mister freedom samurai clinch
  22. 16 points
    My 800’s bought last February from big,love them and sorry for so many pics
  23. 16 points
    MF Velva Sheen FHUTT TCB Viberg Weekend WAYWT spam
  24. 16 points
    I thought I’d chime in with a quick review of the F1-T-B. I’ve been wearing these daily since I got them and so far, I love them. I went with the B variation because for me, they were the most appealing. I do agree with the earlier reviews that they are heavy, but it doesn’t really bother me. I adjusted the side arms and nose pads to my liking, which helps keep the glasses in place. The build quality is very good. In comparison, I own a range of sunglasses from Ray Ban, Adidas (Made in Austria), Neighborhood, VISVIM, and Louis Vuitton. I feel like these are more on par with VISVIM in terms of build quality. I’ve worn mine in the sun and the spill of light through the clip-on lenses did not bother me. In the rain, I took the clip-ons off and used just the yellow tinted lenses. I felt like I was able to see far better wearing these during a typical rainy Vancouver afternoon/evening. It was a pleasant surprise to say the least Maybe I’m not as critical as the others here who commented on their sunglasses but I feel like these are a great pair of regular clip on sunglasses, albeit slightly overpriced. The only thing that really annoys me is that I need to clean off finger prints twice as often as my other sunglasses. Ok one other gripe I had was that the cleaning cloth they threw in felt badly cut. It was like someone took a dull pair of scissors and unevenly cut out a square. I can’t see too many folks buying and keeping these unless they are die hard Acronym fans. For me, I’m very happy I grabbed a pair. Cheers!!!
  25. 16 points
    Shoot Buddy, I just left Thailand 2 days ago. Timing was off as I was there for the heat but work ended right when rainy season started. I love my 37’s for exactly that reason...lighter weight and loose fit allows for good air circulation. Plus I can cinch and not wear a belt. I like the 201’s for that reason as well. Plus there are so many sidewalk seamstresses to keep them alive ! EDIT: These are ‘33s and I need to unpack my ‘37s.