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    J16 journey through the years. SS-J16/LRG jeans/Black cement IIIs GT-J16/P10TS-DS/LF1 J16-GT/P10A-E/AVM
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    Triffer hat Deluxeware sweat Tcb 50s
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    As Lopiteaux said above, it very much depends on the trouser. The P10-DS is still the comfiest pant I have ever worn, I sold my Stotz and CH versions (still have the epic) , I just don't think the rigidity of the material suits the cut. If you've ever tried running up a flight of stairs in both, you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. As another example, I sold my P24A-DS and kept the Stotz. The rigidity of Stotz suits the bigger cut much better imo, and gives the trouser a much stronger look, whereas the DS collapses almost into a sweatpant style. That said, the 24A-DS was my favourite travel pant for a while, ample storage for passports and documents and super comfy for long flights. I could go on, P17 - I prefer the DS over the Stotz for super comfy summer pants. P30 - I prefer the CH over the DS, the shape and drape hold better in CH. You get the idea, different pants suit different materials better, but at the end of the day, it's just whatever works best for you.
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    Not sure if the P-32s have been discussed much here, but in case they haven’t... They are cut long (I’ve been rolling them at the cuff to help with the length and give a bit more taper), and are looser than I expected. Looser than the P-23A, you certainly don’t have to worry about sizing for calves with these. I like how they sit on the hip, pocket placements are easy to access and don’t feel like they dip too low. A little unsure about the relative lack of taper down the leg, but I’m going to keep them and see how I feel after a few times out.
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    RMC N3 (inc close ups of olive fabric aging & seam puckering) Merz Aviators RMC daisy mae IH Roy Viberg
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    Crappy iPhone pic... Sorry! The Real Mcoys OOe Paraboot
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    Samurai S710xx. Purchased from 2ND in mid 2012. Worn 330 days of real wear time. Washed about 6-7 times; first wash at four months of wear. Really like how mine have aged. They don’t look pale and washed out like a lot of pairs, even after multiple washes :]
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    The Flat Head Godspeed Store Co Mister Freedom Wesco
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    Tropicthundervintage // Realmccoys // Visvim
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    Our legacy x Ebbets field cap, Stüssy deluxe jacket, Arket bag, vintage shirt, The steam locomotive jeans and vintage Nikes.
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    No1 Lot 2000. Two years, fourteen washes, I think. Please click here for lots more photos!
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    Sugar Cane Sports Jacket Levi's Vintage Clothing 1933 Role Club Underdogs
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    Picked up a 507XX today. Grail piece for me. Will shoot more pics when I find the time (and decent lighting).
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    Triffer / Realthing / Overcomer 051 / Warriors
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    Hey guys, I have some very exciting news to share. Soon I will release a collaboration I’ve done with my good friends at http://www.goteborgmanufaktur.se and Shingo-san of Denimbridge, sewn by the one man army Kuniyoshi-san of Double Volante in their new project Denim Base. 14 oz greatness made in Japan with a really nice vintage vibe to the fabric and a lovely olive herringbone fabric for the pocketbags. Fabric: A14 oz denim with a very light pink selvedge-ID made by a blend of US cotton. It was made to capture the essence of vintage Cone and I'd say it turned out very well. It starts out flat and uniform before it hits water, then it crocks like crazy (which you kind of can see in the pic above). Should get some nice vertical falling, going by the washed samples. The fabric is made exclusively for Denimbridge by Yamaashi mill in Okayama on a Toyoda shuttleloom. According to Shingo it's a small factory which is an important factor for both Shingo and us in this project. If you want to see a little of how the fabric ages Shingo has started using it for his latest Denimbridge cut. http://denimba.com/denimbase/2018/11/03/23478 Since there's been talk about doing a Denimbridge contest for a few years now I was thinking now might be a good time with a special release. The jeans will be made in August so a contest could be possible to start late September. I'll have more info to share in the next couple of days and will post more details about the jeans. But for now, what do you guys say, shall we put up a contest? Edit: I will continue to update the first post when we release more info. Here's sneakpeak shots to get a little bit excited:
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    The Real Mccoy's 2x OrSlow OakStreet Bootmakers
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    TCB Seamens Jumpers Edwin Shirt TCB 50s Hidalgo boots
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    Took some update pics of my 46 and ww2 got about 2 and a half years worth of weekend wear on the 1946 and about a month in the ww2 ( got these from Dr Heech with a little wear on them )
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    The thing about FH's leather jackets, boots, and related items is that they produce them in such microscopic quantities that even if they sell, it hardly matters from an overall revenue perspective. Probably at least 90% of the jackets and boots go to their company stores (which I'm guessing will no longer be around, since I never understood how these perpetually-empty Dessert Hills Market storefronts throughout Nagano made any money.) You can't even buy those items from most major online Japanese retailers like 2ND. I'm curious about what the reorganization means for the Stockburg leather workshop. It always seemed like they had a massive backlog of orders that they couldn't keep up with demand - I guess it's possible that changed in the last few years, but I like to think they'll keep producing stuff, since it's some of the best leatherwork coming out of Japan period. What a lot of people don't realize is that Flat Head has cycled around many different sub-brands over the years. Gotta Roll was supposed to be more "modern" and appeal to a younger/non-Amekaji crowd, but it had been discontinued by the time I showed up in 2013. Ditto for Googies, their Ivy-inspired label, which always felt like it had some overlap with the upscale RJB stuff. Then there was Hard Bird, some kind of collaboration between Kobayashi and some dudes "DJ Dragon" and Shinji Takeda (who if I remember right is some actor) that resulted in a lot of really tacky looking stuff that IMO devalued the main brand. Then they came out with "MK Label" which was supposed to be even more luxurious than RJB but was really just FH jeans with some different embroidery and ultrasuede. All of these different labels hurt the brand, they'd have been better off keeping it to just Flat Head and RJB. If I was tasked with "fixing" Flat Head, I'd close down almost all the stores aside from Nagano (City), Tokyo and Osaka, discontinue all the sub-brands, re-tool Flat Head to keep their basic jeans, plain T-shirts, flannel shirts, denim and leather jackets, shoes, and wallets, and then experiment with new stuff under the new label.
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    Vintage, Scotch & Soda, union made x journal made, LVC ‘66, Allen Edmonds x Trading post. Happy Easter everybody!