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  1. My vote is for the unbranded pair. APC?
  2. Mister Freedom

    @Broark, you're correct. I have the Garrison twill shirt. A quick look at unnmd's pic made me think they were the same.
  3. Mister Freedom

    I've had the olive CPO for several years. I love it, mostly use it for an overrshirt. I saw the navy and the olive, the olive was my choice. Great fabric either way. Regards to stiffness, I feel I could stand my olive CPO on it's own, very stiff.
  4. Mister Freedom

    2x post
  5. Left Field Jeans

    It's been awhile since I've signed in, but I needed to. I recently bought the salt & pepper Miner chinos, and I have to say they are quickly becoming a favourite. The fabric is beautiful (great weight and texture), and the fit is amazing. The craftsmanship is superb; the details are perfect (the pockets, <3).
  6. I'd lean towards the SDA 103s. Whenever I see a pair in the Evolution thread, I'm always jealous. They fade so nicely.
  7. Some cool, distressed denim

    ^^ Haha! Rep added.
  8. Naked & Famous Denim

    What?! 5 lbs. Incredible.
  9. Some cool, distressed denim

    ^^ Awesome. I love everything about this photo.
  10. Love the color cast on these. Rep'd.
  11. How Do Jeans Fit Description and Pictures

    @nyjoker...I'm curious how you sized the SD-103s too.
  12. Self Edge, SF/NY/LA/PDX - updates & info

    Got my ROYs in 5 business days, including a trip through customs. Thanks for the quick service.
  13. Levi's Made & Crafted

    I think it's been mentioned before, but everything I've seen with the Made & Crafted brand looks pretty ordinary. And that's being kind. I hope I start seeing some of this new stuff in the stores soon. The Chinos Paul posted look awesome.
  14. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    I thought the ROYs would be rigid since they're made out of 14oz. Cone Mills, but Vandon is saying they're soft. Do they stiffen with a soak?