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    I know it's not unusual here, but I've never actually tried a double denim look before and this new Warehouse jacket has emboldened me to go for it Rototo hat Warehouse x3 Chuck 70s
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    Quick update on the Black Seed Leroy’s—fabric’s starting to wear thin, more and more holes forming on the knees, butt, crotch, pockets edit: Attempting to remove the duplicate photos…
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    Doing some cleaning, and wanted to share my collection for the evo thread. Forgot to include the Flat Heads in some of the retired pics, but the resolution came out great so I kept those in. Retired: Dry Bones Red-D Slim, size 28: purchased from self-edge in 2008. worn 2-3 years with several washes and 2 repairs Aika Jin, size 29: Worn 1-2 years with 2 washes. Made with zimbabwe cotton. Regular fit, sized down, and tapered up the leg on non-selvedge side to match Dry Bones measurements with a bit more room in the thighs/seat. Still wearable but the back yoke will need reinforcement at some point. Samurai S710xx, 30: recently repaired at selfedge and may return to wearing these when I lose some weight! Flat Head 3001, 30: recently sold, which prompted me to take photos of my collection before it's gone! Warehouse Lot 900, 30: No longer fit me after washing and up for sale. In the rotation: 6. 3sixteen SL-220X, 31: worn infrequently, 2 soaks 7. 3sixteen 32BSP Shadow Selvedge, 31: 1 soak. I fell off a bike going 10-12mph. The left knee faded, but my knee was unscathed! 8. Studio D'Artisan SD-107, 32: my favorite fitting pair. Generous pocket size and room in the seat for a slim straight/slight taper below the knee pair of denim. 9. Fullcount 1101xx, 30: purchased at the Fullcount store in Shibuya in July 2018. I didn't intend on purchasing a pair of denim this day, but one of the Fullcount employees moved from France to Japan to get more involved with selvedge denim. I couldn't help but support someone more into it than myself! I have yet to wash any of these in the washing machine, having only soaked them once or twice since I purchased them. Will update whenever I do decide to give them a rinse. I expect the 32BSP and SD-107 in particular to show more contrasting fades, as I've put the most wear in those two. Denim tops: 10. Triple Works/Iron Heart TWSH-102, Small: Soaked twice, need to remind myself to work this into the rotation more often. Great lighter 7.5oz weight for Fall/Spring season. 11. Apolis x Styleforum x Context Black Denim Shirt Jacket, Small: 2 soaks, 2 washes. I wore this most days during college for 1-2 years. The waxed black cotton is mostly gone, except in the unexposed areas like under the collar. The fading reveals more of the indigo weft, seen in the close-up picture. Love the reinforced armpits/elbow, and would still wear this piece occasionally, for concerts.
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    shout out to @beepy for an excellent selling service. fair pricing and great chat.
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    Explain how he's posting for clicks when there are roughly 50 unique and avid visitors on this forum. Is he that desperate for clicks on an unmonetized video? He's sharing his own content that relates to this topic. Certainly, more effort put in than any of your posts.
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    Great content, keep it up!
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    yardwork fit: TFH 6002, WH 660
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    Something a little on the vintage side. 1670 GMT circa 1970.
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    Haulin some hay for Hansel and Gretel on a 3 degree day. Plenty of snow in the last storm. Ready for spring!! Jeans are hiding under my Carhartt overalls.
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    I hoped I would be first one to post but I was obviously too slow Honestly, I totally lost count of actual wear and washes (as I don't really care about that). I have to admit I neglected them a bit during the last half year or more but I started wearing them on our "home construction site". Washed this week again after I wore them when we cut down the tree in front of our house. Now clean for the final pictures. Full album https://imgur.com/a/UGRuukl
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    I went back here looking for photos of my old 132s, which are sadly lost to the pixel-sands of time, and needed to bring these back with me. The people need to know!!!
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    warehouse stevenson tcb john lofgren
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    A couple of pics after their first wash. First time I’ve had TCB hem my jeans and I’m living the roping.
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    Update on the 2002xx - I sent back the 42 and cold washed the 40. I'm really happy with the fit, thanks to everyone who helped me decide.
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    •Post O’Alls •Samurai •TCBSWW2 •Viberg 146 •Effector Fuzz
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    My that is a beauty! @Hendsch Some from our stable.. (less so since i had my commuter stolen) My kids first trike which i sold and instantly regretted it 16" 2013 Sunday Li'll Spark, Odyssey components FlyBikes, Electron The boy's Norco 4.3 My mid-skool (2000) Made in USA FAB Stage One, all period Hope, Race Face, Brooklyn Machine Works, Middleburn, Azonics, Easton, Atomic Labs ect Columbus-Condor/Surly/SimWorks 26er flat bar road/gravel bike ..just waiting for EMS to come back online and i'll replace the aluminium stem with a steel SimWorks Tomboy from Circles..
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    One of my other hobbies that I spend way to much money on is cycling. I just got these White Industries cranks last week, and they are an utter sight to behold... CNCd from a solid block of aluminum in Petaluma California. The craftsmanship is like no other bike part I own, it certainly is a very nice thing, almost don’t want to put it on my bike...
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    I just got new stains and holes... Btw I'm kind off in the same boat as u @Broark. They shrank up a ton in the legs with subsequent washes, turned out mighty slim.