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  1. 31 points
    effector aw warehouse duck digger belly full of bbq tofu belt not needed ooe yofukuten OA01XX-1217 paraboot chambord
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    Got the p30a in xs yesterday and had been wearing them around and thought I’d drop some first impressions. In general I’ve always worn form fitting clothes so the ultra wide pant was a chance at something new. From pictures I had seen before, out of all the drop crotch pants, these seemed most approachable since they tapered at the leg and could also have a cropped look which mitigates the overly baggy look. (For reference I’m 5’7” and 140). When I first put them on I felt pretty uncomfortable since there was so much excess fabric in the crotch area. I felt pretty silly having these parachute pants on but after looking in the mirror, they feel much baggier than they actually look. I do like the absurd amount of slack and space I have for my legs which makes it a very comfortable pant. For the draw strings I did have to pull them a bit since the waist was pretty big but it wasn’t to the point where crumpling up around the waist ruined the drape of the pant. My favorite feature is the removable cuffs since the increase in airflow is significant after removing them. The zippers at the end inadvertently add form around the hem of the p30a which gives it some good structure. You can feel the zipper teeth slightly when walking around or going upstairs but it’s effect on wearing experience is negligible but thought I’d note it anyway. I really see this as an ideal spring and summer pant (with or without the cuffs) but don’t know if I would wear these in the fall or winter. If I did, I’d def wear with the cuffs and would probably wear a liner or some long johns beneath them since 1) I have the space to and 2) it would keep my legs warm instead of having all of that open space and potential cold air flowing around. I found that the drape of the pant can look drastically different depending on your body and posture. There were times where I looked like I had shat my pants when my back was slouched but would immediately disappear if I straightened my back (might not be the case for everyone but it was for me). What I did notice though is that when in movement (walking, running) the pant looks great basically at all times. It’s just that it can look odd for some if you’re standing a certain way or if the crotch fabric is flowing one way or the other but this too imo is negligible since you’ll hopefully be out and about not worrying about what they look like at all times. I haven’t found the right shoes for the long mod to wear these with but for the cropped mod, most ankle or sandals or slides look great with them. (bare feet somehow looks best for both lol) Overall it took me a good 2 hours to get used to and I couldn’t make up my mind if I liked them or not during the initial wear. After some time I’ve grown to like them but feel like these are the type of pant that’ll exponentially grow on you and you’ll love them more the next wear than the wear before. Cheers to returning back to the baggy era!
  3. 24 points
    Tcb 20s/30s tux Bob Dong white tee Excelsior
  4. 24 points
    Took a couple of quick phone pics of my DD-1001XX (1947) jeans. I've had them since May 2018, but didn't wear them all the time. Washed only a few times because I didn't do any strenuous work in them. I went for a size bigger (32 instead of 31) and have been wearing them with a belt as you might be able to tell from the waistband folds. It's made them a really easy pair of jeans to wear, especially in the summer time! Would liked to have nabbed the 1946 jeans in the newer denim, but opted for a pair of IH jeans for the winter time.
  5. 23 points
    My youngest is taking me for Sunday dinner as its fathers day so today's outfit with a bonus pic of me with the kids from a few weeks back Engineered Garments Beams Plus Orslow Clarks x 6876 And... EG Workday Warehouse Fullcount Redwing My sons probably head to toe Stone Island Shadow Project and Nanmica
  6. 21 points
    First (?) proper update on my 30's jacket. Had it for about a year now or so. Maybe 2 washes, I think. bonus TCB 20's x-post from the contest thread:
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    Washed by hand and rinsed in the machine, this time.
  9. 20 points
    My 3109's. Couldn't tell you how many washes or how much wear, just many & much. Bought them in 2014/15 but only wore them sporadically, but they've seen much more action in the last 12mths.
  10. 19 points
  11. 18 points
    Running repairs. Stitched the bottoms of the pockets too, but one of them has ripped again.
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  13. 18 points
    Lots of work lately and TCB 20's just got back from second repair. But I did find time for a wee festival with Tame Impala and The Streets to name a few. Bonus bits and scraps from the last few weeks. Extra Christophe Loiron-kick. At least I'm wearing TCB pants.
  14. 17 points
    A little fun today with a new denim I've just picked up : Resolute 711. Got it second hand in an immaculate state. Had a little surprise when I got it as It's Hand-signed by Hayashi <3 I don't normally wear my shirts tucked but had to try once. Orslow/Uniqlo/Resolute711/Converse
  15. 17 points
    Sun Surf, TFH, Cane's, Cabourn Will take some time to get used to the (relatively) lower rise on these, but overall I'm plenty happy with the fit so far. Plenty happy with the details, too, but that goes without saying.
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    Well I didn’t leave Tokyo with any big E’s for myself ... but Jack struck lucky in Marvin’s Got himself another pair of 503zxx but an earlier pair this time ( 54/56 ? ) . Got some time to take a few pics while we’re having a rest from the chaos of Hong Kong Disney land
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    Finally got a Resolute 710 in size 33, sizing up from what I normally wear. The fit is what I wanted from a long time, giving me a slim look with my big thighs and butt. Very happy with the fit. The fabric is like what everyone here talks about. Here are some photos after hem.
  20. 17 points
    Iron Heart, TCB 20s, 70s
  21. 16 points
    Warehouse 2002XX/Outlier/Orslow/Paraboot
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    Went for a run tonight after seeing how much progress Volvo has made and how much of a wall I've hit in the last six months! This morning I was expecting it to be in the 90's, so I left wearing one outfit but had to change on my lunch break because it was only 67 out. Bizarre for Texas this time of year. Warm edition: The Flat Head. PBJ. Roy. Viberg. Colder edition: OrSlow. PBJ. Roy. Viberg.
  23. 15 points
    Rainy Saturday so we went to the new museum in town, the Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte (Centre of Bavarian History), since entry is free for the first few weeks after opening. There's the Oktoberfest Löwenbräu lion in the foyer And relevant to this thread - a short panel on Levi Strauss The museum is worth a visit if you're ever in Regensburg. ^ seats from the '72 olympics "Landesgrenze", this tree once marked a border crossing between east and west Germany ice cream afterwards
  24. 15 points
    Buttons on my Sugar Cane ‘slack’ denim (SC40601). (Selvedge) Pocket bags are pretty cool too.
  25. 15 points
    i recently purchased a used pair of Ooe 1202xx made approximately 8 years ago. trying to learn more about this pair, i’ve been looking through these pages at all of the great Ooe photos, and it’s been great! so nice to see the evolution of Ryo and Hiro’s work, as well as people’s enthusiasm for it. so thanks to all who have contributed here, i really enjoyed going through all your posts and pictures. anyway, i wore a bunch of Ooe today, and i thought i would post a photo of it to share with all the other Ooe fanboys and girls, present and future. wearing the OA01 from 2018, featuring the short-lived but gorgeous XX2 denim, as well as the moleskin cossack windbreaker.