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  1. 36 points
    Warehouse Lot 800 after a year and a half of wearing
  2. 26 points
    no sunshine on leith mister freedom veste ouvrier tender square tail shirt tusting bag goodnight moon totebag rising sun blacksmith blundstones 510
  3. 18 points
    Hi my name is Austin and I'm a raw denim addict.
  4. 15 points
    それで、TCB工場に到着しました! 井上さんは私の刺繍ジャケットの写真を撮った。 井上さんも服を着た。 よく似合っています!!!!!!!!!!! 修理の多く... ここには幸運な猫がいる。 井上さんは初めてジーンズを作りました。 これは暖かく、穏やかで居心地の良い場所です。 私は今年の終わりに戻ってくることを願っています。
  5. 15 points
    Shockingly, I located the folder. Here are a couple of pages. These are mainly Japan-only models, eg the 502, that was always popular.
  6. 14 points
  7. 14 points
    ... the the TCB pics are one pre-wash, and a couple from what I think was the first major machine wash this weekend.
  8. 12 points
  9. 11 points
    Just a quick update— fabric starting to go on my back pockets
  10. 10 points
    WTS - J1A-GT, size M, full pack 9/10 condition Sold! - J47TS-GT, size M, full pack, new, $2700 net - J61-WS, size M, full pack 9/10 condition, Sold! - 3A-6TS-COR, 8/10 condition, $1400 net - P23TS-S, RAF, size M, full pack 9/10 condition, $1300 net
  11. 10 points
    We have had the most beautiful series of autumn mornings in London. And the odd one with torrential rain. Today, happily, it's one of the former. The black pooch is our cocker spaniel - an old breed, good at retrieving game, especially woodcock. The other one, my friend's, is a wire haired fox terrier, bred to root out foxes from their lairs I guess.
  12. 10 points
    Bought in Tokyo on 05/06/173 washe so far. Tumble dry once for 48 minutes under medium heat.
  13. 10 points
    So I thought to hell with it, there are a number of shops in London now that stock orslow 105s. Tried a pair in size 5 and fell in love with the fit. Everything else (Sugar Cane Ryukyu, PJB 003, Iron Hearts, Strike Gold, etc, etc) are all on the back burner. Damn, damn, damn.
  14. 9 points
    The Flat Head Stevenson Overall Truman Boots
  15. 9 points
    https://www.dsptch.com/products/v-buckle-belt https://arcteryx.com/us/en/shop/conveyor-belt https://www.idolbrooklyn.com/collections/mountain-research/products/black-gerrys-web-belt?variant=13588183679066
  16. 9 points
    rocky mountain featherbed Iron Heart PBJ Adidas
  17. 8 points
    I’d just take it on the chin and accept it.
  18. 8 points
    I noticed this benefit Takayuki Echigoya of Bowery Blue Makers started on GoFundMe to help save Kiyama Denim Mill in Okayama. The mill sustained flood waters of over four feet submerging the machines for days. As we all surely know these antique shuttle looms are assembled from both metal and wood including the shuttles. When running Kiyama's mill uses 1000 shuttles, 200 have been donated from other mills while the others will undergo the painstaking process of being hand repaired by a 78 year-old master craftsman. Needless to say, the situation is certainly worthy of the attention of the greater denim community. Save Kiyama Denim Mill Having survived numerous hurricanes having lived in Florida most of my life I personally understand the loss and the pain of trying to rebuild. I thought I'd bring it to the attention of everyone here who is concerned. If moderators find the post to be against the principles or policies of SuFu please feel free to remove, I won't be offended.
  19. 8 points
    I liked this oldie.
  20. 8 points
    good evening everyone. The other day, I traveled in Okayama. However, at that time I did not wear contest jeans. I'm sorry・・・・・ First, I went to the 『lucky cat art museum』 A lot of inviting cats greeted us. The cat's face also in the mirror. An old Japanese house. A lot of inviting cats as they enter inside. A lot also on the second floor ... The autumn leaves were also beautiful. And I went to the TCB factory・・・・
  21. 8 points
    veilance monitor down veilance field overshirt veilance convex lt acronym x nike acronym 3a-1
  22. 8 points
    Aero jacket, Filson vest, SDA shirt, Samurai, Paraboots The photographer (11 yr old) says I have an incredibly shiny head. When asked what I should do about this he responds: “Grow hair”...
  23. 8 points
    On a completely different note, just in is this lost wax cast brass keyring. The first casting was taken directly from a real crab apple fruit, with the stem adapted to hold a keyring and an Plautus face engraved on the bottom before being re-cast as a keyring. Here it is back on the branch that the fruit came from (in a friend's garden). There's something a bit Roland Bartheish about destroying a perfect living fruit in order to immortalise it in brass...
  24. 8 points
    in the end it comes down to domestic retailers vs. overseas retailers: cheaper retail prices, cryptic measurement charts, extra shipping costs, hidden customs costs and taxes, no return policy or additional shipping costs higher retail prices (including import, customs and taxes), lower shipping costs, return policies... for the more exotic brands or models overseas retailers are often the only solution.
  25. 8 points
  26. 7 points
    I can highly recommend the Pure Blue Japan XX-019-BB https://rivetandhide.com/shop/brands/pure-blue-japan/pure-blue-japan-xx-019-bb-relaxed-tapered-jean-double-black.html?___store=default They are slim but really comfortable. Denim is soft and easy to move in. I went true with a size 32. I am hoping that Iron Heart do the 888 in the SBG. Really wanted the 555-03 to work for me but the waist is ridiculously large. If they bought it down to proper tag size they would work.
  27. 7 points
    Great if it works for your gf... Doesn't exactly work with mine, but I use Ed or this mysterious MS executive to justify the size of my collection in front of myself.
  28. 7 points
    your case of denim addiction doesn't look too bad - very tidy, sober and in control! 11-12 pairs in rotation (more or less) and a further 16-18 pairs ready at hand, if a tricky situation should arise requiring more sophistication...
  29. 7 points
  30. 7 points
    Boncoura 66 Bought in Tokyo on 05/06/173 washe so far. Tumble dry once for 48 minutes under medium heat.
  31. 6 points
    I said the same thing, such a terrible 3a release imho :/ The recycled ideas using new material and 60% price hike, i'm disappointed. Also, just for reference... 2015 prices compared to 2018. 3A-MK3: 138eur ---> 227eur 3A-MK2: 153eur ---> 295eur 3A-MZ2TS: 99eur ---> 240eur
  32. 6 points
    Flat Head, Cheap Henley, Flat Head, Sperry.
  33. 6 points
    I doubt anyone would buy that belt if it’s not acronym
  34. 6 points
    thanks for the kind words. I can't find the actual catalogue... which means I can't check if they use the LVC branding in Japan. Anyways, here are some of the others. SOrry, the software has scramled the order but these are the early ones. Note the '702'... I can't remember the actual story but I think this is a mythical 30s pair,
  35. 6 points
    Your faded pair looks so damn good! Love the way boncouras fade. Finally got around to take some (cellphone) pics of mine. Still haven't washed (probably should as I don't really want a high contrast pair but love the stiffness of them) my pair but going to soon. No idea how much wear as I wear them kind of randomly but going to wear a lot in the next month or two as I wait for my warehouses.
  36. 6 points
    This guy sends a fake https://www.grailed.com/tenchi
  37. 6 points
    I ended up picking up a Tudor as well. Poor man's Rolex day date.
  38. 6 points
    If your body chemistry is tough on the polymers that are used to laminate the layers in Gore's fabric it's likely going to be a challenge to other laminated fabrics technologies as well. ETA proof or Ventile isn't laminated. Might be a good option. A fabric based on a monolithic membrane might function longer for you as body oils shouldn't be able to get through the membrane. That's just theoretical though. Sweat still could get into the backing fabric and might pull away. Regardless of the type of fabric of the shell, knowing you've not had good luck in the past, you'll want to ensure that you increase your cadence of washing and rinsing of your shells. I don't think anyone washes their technical shells nearly as often as what might be necessary to get body oils out. My view is that clothes are consumables. Care can help extend the life of a garment but won't preserve them forever. It sucks when it's an interesting piece starts to go, but better to have loved a piece to death than leave it stuck on a rack as a museum piece. It just kind of sucks that if a shell gains appreciable character overtime the performance declines as well. Boro style and a wabi sabi view seem to be a bit hard with synthetics and techwear. Might just be an attitude. Be interesting to see the newer ACR pieces with raw edges develop over time. Anyone have any interesting wear develop on those yet?
  39. 6 points
    Universal Works Pike Brothers Leftfield Chippewa
  40. 6 points
    I mean... It isnt THAT scary to order off of the internet. Stores have return policies for a reason! Get out there an explore! -Place Order (with no hemming) -Pace back and forth around the house for several days to several weeks until said order arrives -Rip open box -Try on jeans -Do the jeans fit? <if yes, have them hemmed and wear em proud> < if no, return to sender and try again<
  41. 6 points
    I wanna try some 710s. Saw these examples from Sapporo-Base Clothing Store (not my pictures).
  42. 6 points
    Aero coat, Indigofera shirt, IH-824 black wabash pants (highly recommended), Carmina shoes...
  43. 6 points
    This denim & details are really amazing.
  44. 6 points
    Boncoura 66 Bought in Tokyo on 05/06/173 washe so far. Tumble dry once for 48 minutes under medium heat.
  45. 5 points
    This should be the Warren Thomas Vertigo Folding Knife.
  46. 5 points
    $1050 Shipped (add 4% for paypal or gift it to me) via USPS Priority in the USA (add $75 for EMS Worldwide)
  47. 5 points
    Can't find a good res one, but he wore it in "All Is Lost" with lots of close ups: Grail remains Seiko 6159-7001. Favorite watch of all time. It's remake just won best sport watch of 2018 consequently... Otherwise, I'm lucky to own my attainable grail, SBGA031:
  48. 5 points
    Probably manufactured cheaply in some bandana republic
  49. 5 points
    At my advanced age I've learned to care about two things: leg length and hem width. Everything else is totally variable. Jeans too tight? Lose weight. Jeans too loose, tighten your belt. Thighs too tight? See how they stretch out after a few weeks wear (not a few hours) and either sell them or lay off the squats. Rise too low? Lose weight... It goes on and on. In terms of Warehouse 900s, it relates like this: I'm a big guy. If I went by measurements alone I never would have bought these jeans. But, as long as I stay under a certain weight, they're amazing. I go above that weight? They're too tight, the rise is too low and the thighs feel like they're bursting. They're worth the work.
  50. 5 points
    Fit pics of the 737 Ventura, size 32 after an initial machine wash.