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Maynard Friedman last won the day on February 1 2017

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  1. I’d say LVC 1915 rather than 1890, they are a more ‘modern’ fit (by 25 years!) and have 2 back pockets. I had a pair a few years back and really liked them, they had a reasonably slim-ish fit compared to the 40s/50s reprise I’ve worn. The 1922s (if you can still find a pair) are similar but have belt loops too.
  2. UES Denim

    Good write-up b_F, I’ve always been intrigued/tempted by UES and this seems to confirm my understanding that they are a good company with excellent products. Maybe one day...
  3. Japan Blue Momotaro

    GTB = Going to Battle so any products in this line should have the battle stripes. Edit: it is simply one of Momotaro’s product ranges.
  4. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Yes, buy 3 each of every model from 1880 to 1978, that should sort you out. Alternatively read the last 20 pages of the thread and you’ll understand a bit more about the likely future scenario for LVC.
  5. Which pair if you were stranded on an island?

    Really? Have you been to Svalbard?
  6. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    ^Can't argue with science
  7. Which pair if you were stranded on an island?

    Let’s look at other threads that ask practically the same question.
  8. Which pair if you were stranded on an island?

    I think some flares would be most practical.
  9. Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    Seems like the postmen keep getting the sack!
  10. Edwin Jeans..

    I think that is simply the style of the ED-** range, my ED-69s have very low back pockets too. I’m not sure anyone on here can explain why Edwin design them like that, you’d probably have to contact the company and ask directly.
  11. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Here's yet another LVC 501 guide courtesy of ropedye.com featuring the 1944, 47, 54, 55 and 66 models.
  12. Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    Some toe-may-toe sauce!
  13. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    @Paul T also created this 501 thread too, although many of the photos are sadly gone (cheers photobucket!).
  14. Pallet Life Story

    Starting life as a tree in the forest, I was brutally chopped down by a Canadian lumberjack in a checked flannel shirt (not from an artisanal Japanese company) and my branches removed. From there I was transported by river to the sawmill. There, I was sorted, had my bark removed and cruelly trimmed into a rough piece of lumber and left out to dry. Finally, I was taken to a factory in a lorry, where I was cut into smaller pieces and fashioned into a pallet. Now I sit in a warehouse with tins of baked beans stacked on me, until I’m transported via forklift to a lorry, taken to a supermarket, unloaded and taken back to the warehouse again. Repeat. That’s all folks.
  15. Ande Whall Denim

    New Jersey, eh? Sounds like someone made you an offer you couldn’t refuse!