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  1. Denime

    Nice pick-up! Where did you get them from?
  2. DWC2 2017 - 2019

    Some signs of wear on my Resolute 710.
  3. Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    Keep it up guys, enjoying everyhing so far
  4. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    I think doing it on purpose is better than doing it by mistake
  5. Warehouse

    I think you meant Flat Head?!
  6. How tall are you? Resolute's inseam length of 36 measures 33" (IIRC). Maybe that's long gneough for you?
  7. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    I really have to say I enjoy my LVC 1976 very much. I think this denim is great! It is pretty rigid after the initial wash and has a dry and rough hand. The hairiness is there and also a decent amount of irregularities. I don’t find it boring at all. Since Sulphur was used for dyeing this denim and it looks quite similar in shade as my Resolute denim, I wonder if the latter also uses Sulphur in their dyeing vat. For a long time I fancied the heavy textured Japanese denim like Samurai but over the last couple of years I got back to more normal weighted and textured denim. Today I’m more drawn to denim from Resolute, Full Count, Warehouse or Ooe’s OA denim and also Cone denim. Denim which weighs between 12 and 14oz and is not too engineered. Although the texture of Warehouse and Full Count is definitely rougher than the original and also the twill on Resolute is more pronounced. All examples of what Paul said about the Japanese exaggerating the small details. What I do wonder now, @Paul T do you know where Cone sources its cotton from and if it differs between the different LVC models? And how much it differs from the “original” days?
  8. TCB

    To me the back rise was the problem of the 60s model.
  9. Superdenim Instagram Community

    @bf_sufu
  10. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    I have measured my size 36 wrongly. Here is what both pairs measure at the leg opening. Size 34: 8" Size 36: 8.35"
  11. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    What kind of comparison do you want? Measurements?
  12. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    @bod They are currently drying and I won't be home before Sunday. Gonna tell you then!
  13. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    I decided to keep both pairs of 1976. The size 36x36 with hot washes and the use of the dryer (still feels quite roomy, similar to my 1947) and also the 34x34 which I only soaked and washed cold for initial shrinkage and will keep as dry as possible afterwards. They still shrunk to just below 32” in the waist but I stretched out when wet. Conclusion: Like always I would need a size 35
  14. The Flat Head

    Well the 3001 goes up to size 44... http://e2nd.net/br-fh/fh-411-01-f/fh-3001.html
  15. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Try the official Levi's website and check if the code: LEVIS150S25MVC still works. 25% off.