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About itsbenhere

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  1. The Flat Head

    Damn, that shirts old as hell. Jeans still looking great! Cool that you finally got a pair that fits and also has the perfect amount of length!
  2. Real Japan Blues - Jeans & Shirts...

    Holy shit, I really thought those were my jeans. Crazy how similar the whiskers are and the overall look. Those look great!
  3. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    I listen to gangster ass rap about killing people and selling drugs. I find it goes very well with my loopwheeled t shirts.
  4. The Flat Head

    Is the waist unbelievably loose? Because that’s a great fit!
  5. The Flat Head

    Lets see some shots of the denim!
  6. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    I prefer the sophisticated biker style as well. In addition to southern Californian leisure wear look
  7. Self Edge, SF/NY/LA/PDX - updates & info

    Hey Kiya, How does the denim on the BSP-AIs differ from Flat Head's old 3005-A, if at all?
  8. Real Japan Blues - Jeans & Shirts...

    Thanks guys! I washed them a decent amount. Unfortunately, I couldn't tell you really how frequently it was because it was more irregular, but I'm sure more frequent than once a month. As usual, flat head and rjb denim responds very well to frequent washing! The main thing that I love about FH/RJB denim are the super bold streaks. I find that very unique compared to all denim brands, bold but not quite so ridiculous that it looks over-engineered.
  9. Real Japan Blues - Jeans & Shirts...

    Those shoes look great too Kyle! I'd be interested to see if you find anything that could fix the black scuffs. I have the same thing on some white boat shoes that I really like. Would love if I could get them all white again... And, here's some updates for everybody... I've had these for approx 2 years and haven't worn any other jeans since then. Unfortunately, since I finished college, I haven't been walking around in jeans nearly as much as I used to so these are much less faded for the time I've had them than they would have been otherwise. I think they're still looking awesome though, and thanks to a great repair from Indigo Proof they'll be wearable for much longer. After a lot of familiarity with Flat Head jeans, there's a lot that I love about these RJBs that I first loved with the Flat Heads: Exaggerated, streaky fading Very crinkled looking back yoke Very prominently raised belt loops Low(er) rise Nice custom hardware On the other hand, there are some things I don't like as much compared to Flat Head jeans: The buttons. Flat Head uses iron buttons and I believe that these are zinc; either way, they don't feel as sturdy and the iron buttons look more "old world" to me The leather patch. I think I would've liked the regular Japan-style RJB patch, but these have one without much character, that doesn't age at all. The pocket bags don't have any imprinting on them Some details that are objectively nicer that I just don't prefer include the inner denim facing on the pocket openings and lined back pockets. The former holds up better than without it but I like the more thrashed look, and the latter make it a little harder to put stuff in the pockets. Overall though, I'm super happy with these jeans. For one, they look amazing, classic flat head but just a slightly different flavor of fading, just what I like. And they are COMFY! like the most comfy denim that I have ever felt/worn, I can't imagine anything better in that department. Also, this denim has a special place in my heart since it was the first one that I was really amazed by. Considering that it came out ~6 years ago in a cut that I bought, and fit me very poorly, I feel very fortunate to have been able to snag a pair that fits me really well. In the future, I'd like to try that new LHT Zimbabwe denim, but that might be a while down the line. Ok, now the pics...
  10. The Flat Head

    It's crazy how well those have aged! Don't see many of those aged. Im looking at gettin the red ones...
  11. Shoes that look better with age...

    A shame their prices increased so much.
  12. The Flat Head

    If the 3005 doesnt work for you due to the front rise, I don't think that the 3009 would either.
  13. The Flat Head

    I think that the best flat head cut is the 3005. If you have big thighs and are okay with a larger hem (ie you cuff without break) then it'll work great. I would also recommend the RJB D105/105BSP. Although the thighs are slimmer, the denim is significantly more comfortable so it kind of evens out. And all will fade amazingly.
  14. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    I quit my job last week and will be done with both med school applications and my current job this Friday. Maybe I’ll start posting here again and update all the cool stuff I’ve got/worn the past couple months
  15. The Flat Head

    Wow. @Cold Summer that shirt is seriously insane, unreal level like the best denim shirt that has ever existed. Fit pics?