Sugar Mountain

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  1. I took a look at the Take5 Hong Kong Instagram and in their post featuring that style of 421, it's called an overseas edition: Nice purchase by the way. I like that cut and the denim. Perhaps we'll see more Pherrow's being worn outside of east Asia with these toned down details.
  2. I think I read your question as '''where'' are the jeans from rather than ''when''! Maybe Pherrows are responding to demand from international retailers for a more toned down back pocket button?
  3. I used Google image search and it led me to Sage shop in Sweden: https://www.leshopsage.com/brands/pherrow-s/pherrow-s-jeans-421-sw I feel like I've seen the model on Take5's social media as well, but could be wrong.
  4. My pair of 1101 also started one-wash and have worn in beautifully. Wore them earlier this week... almost forgot how nice that denim is.
  5. Glad that you're alright - could have been terrible by the looks of it. At least your jeans tell a story now! And nice gesture Chicote.
  6. Looks tight.
  7. *snigger*
  8. Viberg will also resole the shoe for you. Worth looking into how much that would cost vs. sending to Brian.
  9. Really love the look of the resoled RDT. Transforms the shoe into something I would definitely wear now.
  10. ^ That's a really great fit on the Warehouse Broark. The cut was made for you. Lost a bit of weight too?
  11. Incredible shop in Wan Chai (Star Street area, near the Monocle shop) sells Resolute and Barns tees. Their branch in Jordan, just up from Kowloon Park, has a RMC shop within a shop though the range is limited. Goldyard in Central, just off Hollywood Road, sells Full Count and TCB along with other nice JP ''dry goods''. The surrounding area is really nice. Then in Tsim Sha Tsui you've got Take 5 and the sister shop Benny's Store, which sells Orgueil, Trophy, Viberg, among others. Happy to supply other recommendations for food and drink, sightseeing, hiking, beaches, etc. You don't want to come all this way only to shop.
  12. It's only taken me two and a half months to post a fit picture of my Warehouse 1101, but here we are: I'm really enjoying wearing these and love the combination of the banner denim with a 60s cut.
  13. No, I bought the 1101 in size 30 and the 1001 are a 31. But that's partly because I've lost weight since I bought the 1001. If I were to do it again, I'd also take the 1001 in a 30. I don't own the new 1001XX models btw.
  14. Flat Head shirts are designed to have a bit of a drop-shoulder as well. Iron Heart shirts are designed for the seam to sit right on the top of the shoulder. I certainly don't have wide shoulders, but I've always found FH shirts to fit great in that regard. The challenge, especially with the westerns, is to deal with the taper to the waist. IH shirts feel like they're cut to fit a bit of belly and that's no good for me!
  15. Alvin, I own the 1001 and the 1101. Just check Warehouse's post-wash measurements: if you like the fit of your 1001, see which tag size is closest in the 1001XX.