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  1. TCB

    I've seen the pics before, but it just struck me know how much the colors remind me of some of Fred Herzog's work...
  2. TCB

    if you ask nicely they might add a new patch with your next order - worked for me on a previous competition model...
  3. more non-sense: Trump - Harley Davidson - India.... https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/et-explains/what-donald-trumps-obsession-with-harley-davidson-means-for-india/articleshow/64682499.cms
  4. TCB

    some dryer settings as well as extended durations are particularly tough on leather patches... I rarely do dryer runs, but I was able to recover a patch once by immediately soaking it. once it's really bone dry it's gone.
  5. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    nice pair! the leg opening is not bad, but I'm more into the straight-leg-look...
  6. I get that - it was more in reference to their "poor" international sales/export...
  7. Sugar Cane Denim

    here they talk about the origin and context of their indigo dyes....no too helpful, though. http://www.sugarcane.jp/original/original01.html
  8. Sugar Cane Denim

    I would expect the indigo-mix denim to fade easier - marginally! it's difficult to positively identify pictures of worn-in and fade examples, as it already came in a hard-wash version - which appeared to have been quite popular with the Japanese retailers (as in: left over and still floating around on yahoo.jp). this seems to be a slightly faded pair: http://denim-gallery.heavy.jp/sugarcane/sugarcane-mrfreedom.html I have not come across any info on the indigo-mix dyeing as the AI pairs got most of the attention and discussions way back then - but I would think it might be a pretty straight forward mix of 2 types of indigo in a regular dyeing process as the price is fairly low. the FH indigo-mix for example has a higher price point... http://www.mil-mil.net/docs/sugarcane/jeans/sc40501/sc40501.html
  9. Samurai Jeans

    the price is beyond my pain level...
  10. Sugar Cane Denim

    they should be SC40501 in 14oz mixed Edo AI and synthetic indigo - hence the original retail price of 16,800/17,640 (way back). also, they came in at least 2 versions: SC40501-420N and -421A - non wash & one wash. (a hard-wash version was SC40501-011.)
  11. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    ^ modern neckline - tighter (need to check, but I think it is tighter than the 50's.)
  12. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    I've been wearing almost exclusively their 50's cut as my regular, daily tee over the past couple of years. I prefer it over the 60's (army tee) due to neck line - only concerns would be that it could be 1 or 2 cm longer in the body and that the lighter fabric makes it more delicate. my cat loves to rip holes, but he's feisty... their 215 cut comes in 2-ply fabric vs. the 1-ply used for the 50's and 60's tees - so far, I perceived it as slightly too heavy to be worn in summer or under a shirt.
  13. The Flat Head

    nice fits on the native fabric shirts! always liked to fabric of these shirts (especially, the green color-way), but couldn't make any of the cuts work for me. I find the collar to look very off-putting on the hanger, e.g. low hanger-appeal.
  14. Real McCoy's / Joe McCoy's Jeans

    curious, too... I agree. it will take a couple of weeks to get them over to Moscow, but I'll post some pics once they make it. good to know - wondering if I size wrong - we'll see soon...
  15. I'm wondering why anybody would want to buy American/American-made cars (aside from 1 or 2 specific models, but even those)...