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  1. 29 points
    A few more close-ups to show the characteristic crinkles of Warehouse denim...
  2. 27 points
    Alright so here's the photo dump with some comparison photos to my Hinoya 1001XX's. First photo is the most color accurate, it's pretty sunny outside today. Intersting offset v-stich: Chainstitched coin pocket:
  3. 25 points
    J76-GT black, P32-S, P32-DS, P10A-E alpha are made in CZ too. Codes I used for US: J76 - Jacket (Rec Outerwear, other, synthetic fiber) - 6201.99.1530 - 4.2% P32-DS and P10A-E - Pant (Rec outerwear, waterproof, synthetic fiber) - 6203.43.1190 - 7.1% P32-S - Pant (Rec outerwear, cotton fiber) - 6203.42.0716 - 16.6%
  4. 25 points
    nextec epic nylon. it has a very comfortable and soft hand, but it pills like fucking crazy and has rather poor water resistance over the lifetime of the garment. edit for a bit of backstory: this is the textile used in USSOCOM's PCU level 5 uniform, a design referenced by acr in a few other items. One of the founding fathers of the PCU programme, Mark Twight of gym jones fame, picked it because he emphasises dry time and vapor transmission over pure water resistance. The color "alpha green" is a direct reference to the PCU system, although the color in the acr pictures does not seem to be the same as the one used in the L5 uniform.
  5. 25 points
    Old vs new. Navy utility pant
  6. 24 points
    Got myself a well worn 3rd type Big E. The collar was long gone. Fixed it thoroughly and sewn the missing threads in some places with my grandmother sewing machine. Quite happy with the result.
  7. 23 points
    Continued...
  8. 21 points
    Usual stuff... Hillside FHUTT MF TCB Viberg
  9. 21 points
    Dug my old Warrens out of hibernation for the warmer weather, excuse the storage folds.
  10. 20 points
    Mine have the same tag as your lucky bag pair. Unfortunately they’re not quite dry enough to wear today, but they should be dry enough for me to take some photos of on my lunch break.
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    Just picked up my Inazuma pair, denim is really interesting. I’ll get some more photos up once I wash ‘em and take the seam ripper to them.
  13. 19 points
    Fitpic post from lot. 1000. A lovely pair after my real mccoys lot s613!
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  15. 18 points
    Different background, same outfits. Few days in London visiting my son, utilizing my IG influencer/public figure pose RMC Filson Fullcount 70s And RMC Oni Redwing
  16. 18 points
    TCB // Indigo People // Lady White // orSlow // Red Wing
  17. 18 points
    I finally got around to taking some good photos of my Warehouse 1001HXX and 2002XX. I purchased the jacket in October of 2016 and the jeans a few months later in February of 2017. Both the jeans and jacket are the Banner Denim. I would say the cool and texture is about as accurate as I could capture. Here's the full album
  18. 18 points
    From last week Mister Freedom / Lee 101 / LVC ('66) / Mister Freedom I've had that Mulholland jacket for a while and I'm still not sure what kind of weather this thing is meant for. It's heavy, but not that warm, so it's kinda chilly for early spring mornings (especially in the arms that aren't corduroy lined like the body) but too warm once the sun comes out... at least it looks good
  19. 17 points
    Atlast atlast merz atlast ace western alden
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    good choice @MJF9! look forward to this:
  24. 15 points
    Could it be the 12oz denim Warehouse used for the used wash jeans and army/navy pants? Also adding a quick iphone picture of my Hinoya 1001XX to this page before I get some real photos of them some time this week.
  25. 15 points
    Pics of the dry jeans as promised.