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  1. TCB

    I’m really interested in the 505 preshrunk. Can anyone with the 50s and then 505s tell me how they compare to each other fitwise? I was just going to order what size id take in the 50s (32) but looking at the shop Vancouver’s website they are recommending to size up.
  2. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Here’s some poorly lit fit pics of my 66 and 76. The 66 is just off a hot soak/dryer/hot soak and the the 76 have been worn for about a week. Both size 32x34. 66 top, 76 bottom, if you can even tell them apart.
  3. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Post hot soak and dryer: Waist: 30” Length: 31”
  4. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    I’m soaking them rn and after that they’re going in the dryer.
  5. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Quick, at work, measurements: Waist: 33” Inseam: 34”
  6. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    I’m getting a pair of ‘76s in size 32x34 in the mail tomorrow. I’ll report back with raw vs soaked measurements tomorrow night.
  7. Strike Gold and PBJ won't work for me because they don't make a cut with a high enough rise. The Samurai 710xx is in my radar but I'm afraid they'll be too heavy. Are the Warehouse lot 800s considered pretty slubby? They are noticeably slubbier than my resoltues and LVC, but I'm not sure how they rank.
  8. Who makes the slubbiest mid weight denim that I can get in a cut similar to warehouse lot 800, LVC 1954 501z, or Resolute 710?
  9. What Are You Wearing Today (Denim Version)

    More sailor than denim.
  10. Samurai Jeans

    what oz does the 710xx end up at after a soak? 21oz? 22oz?
  11. Iron Heart Jeans

    cuddlestheshee, nice to see a tight, non-dumpy fit on the 666
  12. The Flat Head

    enough to justify sizing down?
  13. The Flat Head

    I'm sorry if this has been asked before, but does the 4001 denim shrink more or less than the 3001?
  14. @ iGIT - WOW, great job!