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  1. CityPickin'

    Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    I almost did. I ordered two of their shirts a couple of years ago, and just wasn't feeling the construction. One of them was a Hawaiian. YMMV. They seem like good folks and a lot of people like their stuff, it just didn't do it for me.
  2. CityPickin'

    Sugar Cane Denim

    I’m gonna get a pair. The only other sorta black jeans I have don’t fit great anymore, and I’ve always wanted a pair of 1947s.
  3. CityPickin'

    Unknown Japanese Brands

    I’m real tempted by their yak fleece, but almost 1k for a fleece is a lot of money. Time will tell, I guess, but I’m passing for now. I do think their whole vibe is pretty cool, and I bet their stuff is excellent.
  4. CityPickin'

    Sugar Cane Denim

    These are looking cool. Anybody know what the difference is between the 47 and 66 denim?
  5. CityPickin'

    Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    It’s hard to go wrong with Patagonia 5” Baggies or their Stand Up shorts. I haven’t found shorts I like more than those two, and both have become pretty iconic designs at this point.
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    Mister Freedom

    Both look great. What denim is that, @MJF9? I’ve been thinking about picking up the latest SC66 version, cause SC denim in jackets seems to be a good idea.
  7. CityPickin'

    Tender Co. Denim

    Great belt. I have the same one from the same period, and have been wearing it a lot lately. It's cool to see another one with some wear.
  8. CityPickin'

    Roy. (expurgated edition)

    No, but I can try and take some and post them.
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    Roy. (expurgated edition)

    I've found that the thing with the R01 cut is that you need to give them a decent amount of time to break in and really mold to your body. My first pair of R01s went from being somewhat unflattering to being my favorite cut, pretty much ever. Some of this was getting used to wider jeans, no doubt. But a lot of it was the denim changing and really breaking in. Give the R01 time. They're worth it.
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