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Everything posted by beautiful_FrEaK

  1. beautiful_FrEaK

    Vintage Denim?

    Those arcs
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    I have a really bad feeling about the future of Denime. The webshop is completely sold out, no updates since January '21...doesn't look too good. There is still a big company behind Denime (Wego) but this is no guarantee. The 30th Original Line was a great comeback (at least in my book) but probably didn't attract too many new customers. I had Naoki from PSA look for a good sized pair of Denime XX for me to stock up.
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    How many pairs of jeans do you own?

    I posted in October but I "condensed" my collection further to just the brands I am most interested in and I am more likely to wear. Still a big list compared normal people. I will likely add a pair of Denime XX soon, though. Boncoura 66 Conner's Sewing Factory S409XXX M-47 Denime XX 1951 Denime 66XX (Shins, size 36) Denime 66XX (Orizzonti, size 36) Denime 10th Anniversary Denime 20th Anniversary Denime Tokyo Edition Denime 66XX Original Line (Wego) Denime 66 Original Line (Wego) Denime 66 Type Black Original Line (Wego) Ooe Yofukuten OA02 0619 Resolute 710 x6 Resolute AA710 Resolute 711 Resolute 712 Sugarcane SC42021 Sugarcane SC41201 I don't list the below one as they are bound to be out soon: Denimbridge Denim Base GBG-001 (for sale)
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    Shoes that look better with age...

    @cameosis they are made by Jakkrabbits, one of the lesser known Indonesian makers
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    Shoes that look better with age...

    Thinking about a pair of these Indonesian made shoes...we will see The leather is from Hashimoto (Tochigi leather)
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    Ooe-Yofukuten & Co.

    Holk.jp will get a shipment from Ooe soon. You might want to ask them. And Ooe is producing a new batch for their store which you can pre-order. But I'm not sure if that one is domestic only. Worth a shot
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    I know mate...and you shouldn't have sold your Orizzonti XX pair
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    @Cold Summer Thanks Kyle! Yes I lost some weight (but put back on a lot after pregnancy of my wife and having a boy now). The 1951 is a nice pair. It's W34 but fits a bit bigger in the waist than my 1952 10th Anniversary for example. I think a classic pair of Denime XX would suit you just fine! At least better than Resolute 711 From today
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    WAYWT 2022 [denim edition]

    Just for you @Dr_Heech. Channeling my inner 2010er Sufu-WAYWT Buzz - Merz - Denime 1951 - Chuck 70s
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    Shoes that look better with age...

    <800$ you don't have to pay customs fees when importing into the US. Shipping costs..well..could be they are quite high these days
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    WAYWT 2022 [denim edition]

    @Dr_Heech Still a slim straight/tapered fit in Denime's line-up. Or you were being sarcastic and I didn't get it
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    Nice Things

    ^ that shows me I should check the Bike thread Looks awesome and it was my pleasure to help you out Anytime again!
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    I think with Leepros it's always tough to make the back look good. These work as they are not too slim in that region.
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    WAYWT 2022 [denim edition]

    Quickly the Jamieson's became my favourite sweater. The cold weather helps a lot This time with my 66XX (Shins).
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    Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    When you are wearing (lightly) faded jeans to work and your colleagues ask you if you have a new pair since you usually wear "those dark blue" jeans...it says a lot about your fading abilities (or lack of). In other news, we got this nice greeting card from the colleagues of my wife for the birth of our son. Somebody added 2+2...
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    RESOLUTE by hayashi-san!

    It is definitely low for a 50s cut. The back rise more so than the front rise. On a size 34 it's around 11-11.125" in the front but the back rise is between 14.5-15"
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    Yes, they now nearly cover all the 40s variations. Seems like CSF kinda kicked it all off and now Warehouse is expanding this era in detail as well. Although, the WW2 pair with the crotch rivet and denim pocket bags I posted on Saturday in this thread (the same one you got from me made by CSF): I recently saw the same version done by Warehouse for their 10th anniversary. So in that regard they were already playing with WW2 models.
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    RESOLUTE by hayashi-san!

    @Cold Summer thanks Kyle. I bet these would look great on you as well. It's just the rise that's a deal breaker for most
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    RESOLUTE by hayashi-san!

    Life goal Looks superb!
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    Sprogs, nippers, bambinos: pint-sized denim

    It's really crazy that you have to lower the price so much.
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    Full Count Denim Thread

    Red Cloud will sew the new Full Count made in China models (SH). I think it's quite a good choice as I always thought that Red Cloud already shared a lot of the FC aesthetic: similar denim and thread colour choices with similar usage on the different seams. Or maybe they already made the SH models in the past and started from there?
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    Samurai Jeans

    @1fookntitefd from what I've seen, yes. They stopped using the tab and arcs for the standard model. Usually 2ND should still have plenty of stock of older models.
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    Seems like Warehouse had the same inspiration as me
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    Unknown Japanese Brands

    Must be a sad place to live
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    Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    Yeah...what could be more important than taking pictures of you/your jeans or admiring your fades? Taking care of your newborn...eh no? Or sitting in a meeting at work and all you can do is look at the marvelous shades of indigo. By the way, @Broark congratulations!
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