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  1. UES Denim

    Watch out for the rise. 400R or 400T for you
  2. UES Denim

    Mike was again nice enough to publish my little brand spotlight and review of the UES 400ST on his blog: https://indigoshrimp.wordpress.com/2018/03/22/ues-400st-jeans-review/
  3. There is no scientific data to proof my preference, sorry. They simply appeal more to me. They are all Japanese made on a similar level. It just boils down to what fit you like and what details you want. Then you have to check if there are available jeans matching your requirements. Just like the others said, you have to find your own "perfect" pair. We can only tell you what we like...you have to find out for yourself what you like.
  4. If you consider 15oz lightweight, then take the Samurai S0500XX
  5. TCB

    I don't see it on their site but at 40% off the 50s at 180 US-$ are still more expensive than buying at Japanese retail. I think it's only a great deal when you are Canadian and don't want to worry about shipping costs and customs. Edit: and this shows how hard these overseas brick&mortat shops have to compete with the Japanese domestic shops.
  6. Real McCoy's / Joe McCoy's Jeans

    So they are also really sanforized? See, that's the thing I don't get with RMC. They claim to reproduce the iconic 501 and also the fabric of the time, developing it over 2 years and then sanforize it... Yeah I know they did it probably to make the sizing easier and Tsujimoto said he only takes inspiration of the items he recreates, still I think it's odd. EDIT: thanks Neal for stepping in and saying the fabric is unsanforized
  7. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Superdenim being an British shop, selling probably at British retail and have an automated currency calculation whereas Milworks being an American shop adhering to American retail price. Maybe Superdenim also sells them simply cheaper
  8. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Have you tried if the Levi’s UK online shop will ship to India? Another shop where you could look at is Cultzim. Or you simply google the pair you are interested and you will certainly find links to different web shops where you then can see if they would ship to India and how much it would cost.
  9. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    the jeans DON'T cost 0,89$...he already corrected himself. And he talks about LVC (Levi's Vintage Clothing) which cost well above 200$ at retail.
  10. Warehouse

    They are made by Warehouse under the license of Lee. Similar jeans are also available from Edwin
  11. RESOLUTE by hayashi-san!

    Thanks for the update! Ignore my PM as I totally forgot you updated this thread here with your initial thoughts
  12. The Flat Head

    From what I understand, loose threads are inevitable with The Flat Head’s button whole construction technique, called “Atu Mesu”
  13. RESOLUTE by hayashi-san!

    Thighs, as on most jeans, won't stretch much. Waist will stretch out at least to raw measurements. Is your pair one-wash. Generally the Resolute do stretch a fair amount.
  14. Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    Something liek this but with the "cat ears" arcs?!
  15. RESOLUTE by hayashi-san!

    Ah you bought from Yuichi! I thought you would buy from Naoki but you can't go wrong with any of them