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Maynard Friedman

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Maynard Friedman last won the day on February 1 2017

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About Maynard Friedman

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    male
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    dainty
  • attitude
    desperate
  • location:
    offshore
  • wish i was in
    continent
  • talents:
    cottaging
  • occupation:
    ventriloquist

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  1. TCB

    TCB 50s are 13.5oz and 20s are 12.5oz according to respective product details on TCB website
  2. TCB

    Yaaaassss! The TCB website states that the jacket is 12.5oz denim (I assume that is raw), so mentally I’m comparing it to the lighter weight jeans I have (all weights stated as raw): - LVC 1915 - 9oz - LVC 1937 - 10 oz - LVC 1955 - 12 oz This jacket feels closer to the 1915s or 37s than the 1955s, hence my original question although of course I may be just plain wrong.
  3. TCB

    I’ve started wearing my 30s jacket recently (thanks again Foxy) now that the weather is warmer and it seems lighter than the stated 12.5oz denim. I’m not complaining, this is a good thing as far as I’m concerned as it was bought as a summer jacket (I have a heavier Eternal Type 2 for cooler months). It feels like no more than 10-11oz denim to me. Does anyone else have a view on this?
  4. The Evolution of Jeans: Pictures, Scones and Tea

    Naaaaaaaaaahhhhhh! Seems neg rep works too. Sorry for making you the guinea pig Bartles!
  5. Sprogs, nippers, bambinos: pint-sized denim

    Don’t forget Stokke!
  6. Real Japan Blues - Jeans & Shirts...

    Yesssss Mr Monk, they look absolutely splendid!
  7. Japan Blue Momotaro

    They look like they’re coming on nicely BM. I just washed my 0901s after a couple of months wear and they are fading faster than I thought. They’re still drying but I’ll get some photos before I put them away for the summer.
  8. Conners Sewing Factory

    I think you should have bought a 36 b_F, you're too svelte for those 38s nowadays judging by those measurements. Still, maybe you want 'em loose for the summer.
  9. Warehouse

    From what I’ve seen and read of the 1105 cut, they are very tapered and that sounds about right to me for a size 31. If you want something similar with less taper (and a button fly), you may want to consider the 1101 if they’re still available.
  10. Sugar Cane Denim

    To be clear, the fabric doesn’t get any heavier after a wash (well, once it’s dry anyway!), it stays the same weight but has shrunk, therefore the weight per square yard (the standard measurement) increases.
  11. Sugar Cane Denim

    The sanforization process.
  12. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    If rep is anyone’s primary reason to be here, then long may it not work.
  13. Evisu is still loved!

    Channelling the Walking Dead!
  14. DWC2 - Photo Updates Thread

    Great stuff louis, I’m really envious