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  1. 27 points
    ^what did you do? There you go: My usual routine is to soak the jeans inside out in a bucket to make them more pliable abd then put them directly in the washing machine. My washing machine has a rinsing program so the jeans were rinsed with clear water to remove the starch and sizing agents. I left them in the spin cycle at 400 rpm to get the mostz moisture out of the fabric. Afterwards I hang them to dry. Here are the measurements so you can see how much they shrank (raw/onewash) Waist: 37.5" / 34" Front rise: 14" / 13" Back rise: 17.5" / 16.75" Hips: 22" / 21.25" Thigh: 13.75" / 12.9" Knee: 10.5" / 9.75" Leg opening: 9.4" / 9" Inseam: 36.25" / 33.75" And the fit pics after the soak/wash
  2. 23 points
    Triffer hat Tcb seaman jumper Telnyashka Re lookus Excelsior
  3. 17 points
    Hope everyone's enjoying the sunshine. Still not bright enough for me to photograph jeans without camera-shake, but still.... one more wash. Does anyone else find they keep losing coins now they have to keep everything in the back pockets?
  4. 16 points
    So this arrived on Monday but - following much anticipation - just got my hands on it tonight S406xxx M-46 First Half WW2 Denim Been on the edge a while but very glad I took the plunge... as awesome as everyone says! Rapidly taken pre-wash (what's with the crazy lighting, no desire to hang around and retake) and post wash pics Post wash pics are with jacket damp Looking forward to inspecting the details tomorrow... loving the T back...
  5. 16 points
    Shoot Buddy, I just left Thailand 2 days ago. Timing was off as I was there for the heat but work ended right when rainy season started. I love my 37’s for exactly that reason...lighter weight and loose fit allows for good air circulation. Plus I can cinch and not wear a belt. I like the 201’s for that reason as well. Plus there are so many sidewalk seamstresses to keep them alive ! EDIT: These are ‘33s and I need to unpack my ‘37s.
  6. 16 points
    Nice puckering and roping on the '47 model. I love the crispy and gritty feeling of freshly washed denim
  7. 15 points
    ^^^ nice pair/s... ;-) leaving hitachi blue derailment & weighty questions (that seem to bedevil our comp.) to samo iphoned indigo blue domesticity tales from the washing line pt. [forgotten]
  8. 13 points
    Triffer / Orslow 6005 / Bon Homme button down / Bronson N3 Pants / Kurume canvas shoes
  9. 13 points
    Some prewash photos of the jeans and the wabash. Luckily the wabash is already washed, I've got the jeans in the washing machine now. I love the double stitching features around the front and back pockets, and how hairy the wabash fabric is. The only other one I have is from Mister Freedom and it's a lot more flat and traditional by comparison.
  10. 13 points
    Some Denime 66 love
  11. 12 points
    Ok folks, the size 48 is in (2 sizes up from my 50s jacket FYI). Thoughts on fit? It's the one wash version so I reckon I can get further shrinkage out pretty easily with a hot wash/tumble.
  12. 12 points
    & badly lit fit in celebration of almost summer-time
  13. 10 points
    Half an inch shrinkage in chest and shoulders; the length has shrunk a bit more than that and now sits just above the belt.
  14. 10 points
  15. 10 points
    Last photo of this F380 evo. Looking for another chance to buy some FH again one day.
  16. 10 points
    Thanks very much for this. Yes, new 126 side-cinch Oxford trousers are now in stock. Here's how they work: I've been wearing a pair of these in indigo/indigo broken twill Taunton for about 6 months, and I'm really pleased with them. Here are some photos: Here they are new, in indigo/indigo Taunton (as above) and in the same fabric woven with ecru cotton yarn: Standard jeans have indeed been out of stock for a while, sorry about this. I'm expecting a full restock around the end of June, although if it's of interest I do have a pair of 136s in Unborn denim in a size 2, which are the same style as 132, just wider in the leg. Please feel free to email me if you have any questions.
  17. 9 points
    Triff / Pointer / Bii Free / Simons Tee / TCB 50s / Excel Bolts
  18. 9 points
  19. 9 points
    Another short hike with the family today. Cheap repro daisy mae, vintage Fjällräven, Ergobaby with unruly toddler, 1st Pat - rn and Nike.
  20. 8 points
    yes this is loden. i never trust product photos when it comes to colors. additionally depending on material the color comes out different. these are all loden pieces in different materials.
  21. 8 points
    Little Flat Head haul, I'll get some more detailed photos up this weekend.
  22. 8 points
    TCB luandry day 60's and 50's
  23. 7 points
    Final sample is on its way from Japan. By the looks of it I can spoil all the details next week, stay tuned! Oh yeah, Shingo posted another fade sample of the fabric the other day: http://www.denimba.com/2019/05/13/24983 That marbling is the bees knees!
  24. 7 points
    1109xx, fresh off their 10th wash (since October 2018).
  25. 7 points
    veilance component os. p9-s. 3a-1. kiko asics.