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UkeNo

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  1. People here are not your personal shopper.
  2. The Flat Head

    @Mongmeohotdau814 If the guys at Rivet and Hide and Self Edge have both suggested a size 33, then maybe go with that!? They probably know what they're talking about...their businesses are based on exactly that. They also know the guy who created the jeans, developed the fabric and designed each specific cut... Or just choose what you want and carry on.
  3. Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    You mean Spring right?
  4. Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    Just copy the Instagram link (in the app) and paste it here, wait a few seconds and it'll imbed automatically.
  5. TCB

    Click through and swipe for English
  6. 3sixteen Jeans

    My wife's 3Sixteens after a couple of years of regular wear. 77BSP - Cone Denim I believe. Just before a wash.
  7. Left Field has a couple https://leftfieldnyc.com/collections/outerwear @SuperJackle
  8. Japan Blue Momotaro

    @vexed_wear can you start putting these posts in the Supermarket instead of in the discussion forum. Thats the typical approach - saves the threads from being cluttered by adverts. Supermarket Link Thanks
  9. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    I wouldn't size up. Buy your usual Sizing with Roy's. The RS00 is a fuller cut than previous models. In your case a 33 might be the way to go. Not likely that the rise will shrink to less than 11".
  10. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    FWIW my 1915 are tagged 32 and fit me as a 32 - 33 when stretched.
  11. Let's not confuse a chainstitch hem, which is possible on many sewing machines, including modern ones, with a chainstitch hem performed by a union special, which is what our preferred retailers and Japanese brands use. Same same, but different.
  12. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    My 1915s in Cone Denim from a couple of years ago (different fabric to current batch). Just out of the wash. Edit: did a little homework - these are the Levi's - Cone 100 year anniversary model from 2015. I remembered there being a specific reason for this denim. The denim is quite special. Little info and history here
  13. Mister Freedom

    My understanding is that the Lot.64 is a type/cut of Jean and Denim Jacket. Well...both blue denim pieces, and the Okinawa/ Presidential is to do with that iteration's fabric, sometime the place of origin ie. Okinawa is a Japanese fabric (sugar cane) and Presidential is a US (NOS) fabric or made in America. The cut or design of the pieces hasn't altered a great deal, maybe refined but pretty much the same.