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Ciabatta

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About Ciabatta

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  • Gender
    male
  • location:
    Los Angeles
  • denim
    size 33
  1. Unknown Japanese Brands

    Been looking at stuff from Old Hands and have liked what I’ve seen. Especially the jean. Haven’t seen much talk about the brand and have only found them online here and one other rakuten shop https://pickingsandparry.com/products/oldhandsoh15-9regularstraight?variant=48877233877
  2. TCB

    Those 50’s are looking nice. Might be what I’m looking for. I’m a 33 in sugar cane 47’s should i take the same size?
  3. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Looks like you’re wearing pants that are a size too small for you.
  4. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Yah but you want to be comfortable when you wear your pants or else you’ll never want to wear them and you’ll have to go through this every time you wash them. I’d just sell them and cut your losses and get a size up.
  5. Self Edge, SF/NY/LA/PDX - updates & info

    Would you guys ever carry the '66 Sugar Cane model?
  6. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    These are how I'd like my 501's to fit. Think the 55's would be the closest? Or 47's?
  7. Sugar Cane Denim

    My legs outgrew my 470's. Gonna need a size up since they're my fav black jeans ever. Also my 47's still going strong after a year of wear. Still a lot of indigo for how much they see the washer and dryer.
  8. I'm just here for more pics of Aho's pair
  9. RESOLUTE by hayashi-san!

    Loved my 710's but started lifting weights and now my thighs don't fit in them comfortably anymore. Might consider the 711 in the future.
  10. Sugar Cane Denim

    Self Edge
  11. Ooe-Yofukuten & Co.

    Quick indoor iPhone pics of my OA02
  12. TCB

    I take a 33 in sugar cane 47's. Think I could squeeze into a 32 in the 50's or I should I just stick with 33?
  13. RESOLUTE by hayashi-san!

    Same denim as on the 710's?
  14. Sugar Cane Denim

    One wash. They still shrink. That's why I always like them a little loose when I first get them.
  15. Sugar Cane Denim

    Been machine washing and tumble drying my 47's whenever I feel like. The indigo holds so well and I love jeans from the dryer. So puffy and soft and the ropping is sick.