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    Samurai Jeans

    I have a selvage version of the above sugar canes with the old arcs. Much nicer hue for the lighter side of kakishibu. I have some more recent arc-less sugar canes and kapital pants that are cream of the crop for the darker side of the dye.
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    Samurai Jeans

    I tried those on at BIG back in the day and they are wayyyy lighter than any other kakishibu dyed garments I've owned, even a pair of Sugar Canes worn and washed whenever for several years. Also quite pink under bright light. I don't recommend them.
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    Visvim Community Sale Thread

    BNWT Visvim Fbt Veggie Suede in dark brown, size 8 listing here: https://www.grailed.com/listings/7120679-Visvim-FBT-Veggie-Suede-Dark-Brown-Size-8 or PM me!
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    Studio D'artisan

    heads up, Blue Button Shop in Toronto is having some nice discounts on SDA https://www.bluebuttonshop.com/shop/SEARCH/D/studio/0
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    Shoes that look better with age...

    e: i feel like i can't avoid double posting with new sufu lol
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    Shoes that look better with age...

    honestly Timbs are great, the wheat, rust, dark chocolate, and black colorways all fit just fine with the sort of clothing we wear
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    Visvim Community Sale Thread

    WTB Grizzly boots in 8 with the heel stabilizer Hit me up!
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    Shoes that look better with age...

    Yuketen's quality is unmatched for mocs, but I wouldn't go for the Birkenstock clones, they don't do anything regular Birks don't and regular Birks are easier to get new soles for.
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    Kapital jeans

    Monkey Cisco is a slightly more tapered Cisco (which is named after San Francisco and is their basic 501 style cut) with a slightly higher rise. The seat fits a little differently, but not enough to take a different size. Okagilly is a modified Okabilly. The concept is the same (high rise, wide thigh, noticeable taper), but it's a bit more exaggerated (higher rise, wider thigh, thusly more noticeable taper) and the pockets are smaller and higher. Both are unisex fits, though gals with wider hips would probably prefer the Okagilly. Stone is the low rise skinny fit. The waist is usually 1.5-2 inches larger than tagged because they sit low and the taper begins very fast. Only wearable if you know you have the build for skinny jeans without any stretch.
  10. Kapital No 4 greencast and IDGxIDG monkey cisco
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    Kapital jeans

    speaking of the monkey cisco, here are my IDGxIDG jeans at a bit over a year
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    Kapital jeans

    love the okagilly and okabilly cuts, hoping to get the 123 in one next time i go to japan they only had monkey cisco and TH last time i was at Ebisu Legs. I like the monkey cisco a lot, but they weren't making my size at the time
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    Kapital jeans

    double post
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    Kapital jeans

    in case you're wondering how that green no4 denim viv posted ages after a few years, here's mine from today
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    Shoes that look better with age...

    Anybody get truly outlandish size suggestions from Kyle at Baker even after doing all the tracings and measurements? I got rid of all my too narrow shoes and found comfortable options in 7EE in Thorogood, 7.5 in Blundstone, and 8EEEE from New Balance. He's telling me to order a 10E on the Swing Last which would be enormously long. Not really sure how to proceed from here. Perhaps cancel the order and go directly to White's, or do they tend to assess measurement kits the same way?