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Jared_Lee

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Jared_Lee last won the day on May 16 2016

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About Jared_Lee

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  • Birthday 09/11/1981

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  • Gender
    male
  • style
    classic
  • attitude
    chilled
  • location:
    Brooklyn, NY
  • wish i was in
    Brooklyn, NY
  • occupation:
    Store Director J. Crew
  • denim
    size 31
  • t-shirt
    small
  • shoes
    us 11.5 uk 11 eu 45 jp 29

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  1. TCB

    @beautiful_FrEaK yes, I meant to mention this after my order. Apologies. I too received an additional invoice for shipping to US. The complimentary shipping is exclusive to Japan. @bartlebyyphonics unfortunately, it will be a little while longer before I can post pics. The 38 was too big. I have shipped it back for exchange to 36, but this will take a couple weeks in total, I would guess. I can say that the vest is awesome to handle. The fabric has a nice weight, beautiful color and soft hand. The cats on the buttons are also en excellent detail. I don't really understand how the 38 was too big. I followed measurements against existing garments and have never been 36 in any Japanese brands, but not a problem. I'll just be patient for the 36 to arrive.
  2. TCB

    @bartlebyyphonics, I'll try to get some pics after it arrives. The TCB insta has some pretty good pictures of the fit as well. I can also compare with an older Sugar Cane vest I have, if you'd like. They're both size 38.
  3. TCB

    Just ordered the TCB Tabbys Vest which reminded I should post a few pics of my USN Seaman's Trousers. Been running these in the mix regularly alongside some Buzz Rickson chinos and E Tautz trousers for the last 2+ years. One of my favorite pairs of pants.
  4. Ooe-Yofukuten & Co.

    I know this is for another forum, but I'd love to get in on a 10oz work pant. I would dust off my contest legs and sign up for a new forum to get down for sure.
  5. What about Jeans Jackets ....

    @cottonskinblues I have no idea how many actual washes. I wash it every month or so from fall through spring. It's had at least 20, I would guess. All different detergents, laundromat machines on "Colors" setting, tumble dry on "Medium" heat. It was OW from Burgus. Proof that you don't need to buy raw to get great wear from denim. Just live in it, wear it like it's skin, wash it when it needs it like anything else. The manufacturer and fabric took care of the hard part for me.
  6. What about Jeans Jackets ....

    Honestly, @swiss-jeansfreak, I think I prefer it with the button missing at this point. Not sure if it's visible in the photo, but I swap my eyeglasses for sunglasses in and out of that pocket constantly, so not much need to keep it buttoned. Thank you, @Bobbo, both for the comment on the jacket and the well wishes. The first accident where I lost the button was much worse than the second. I injured my chest and shoulder and was off the bike for about 3-4 weeks. The second I managed with alarming grace. Got doored by a cab, but landed on my feet, bike three feet behind me, then gently rolled down to my knees. Didn't even scuff my hands. I take it as my one get-out-of-jail-free card. Hopefully I won't have another accident any time soon.
  7. What about Jeans Jackets ....

    Burgus Plus Type II Size 40 Worn 3.5 years Two bicycle accidents, one resulting in loss of left chest pocket button
  8. Taking Care of the World Tour

    Hey dudes, apologies for the absence. Documenting my life this last month and uploading it to the internet has run at odds with my personal headspace. The jeans are great. I love everything about them. I have a couple photos to upload later. For now, I know my time has come. Volvo or Ooms, if the jeans are in fact destined for Ooms next, can one of you please message me his address? I'll get them in the mail tomorrow.
  9. TCB

    oomslokop, thank you for your kind words. The Morgues are doing well. We're playing a show tomorrow night. The Bombay // '69 Ranchero 7" record has been out for a little while now. All analog, nothing digital. It's available through us, The Morgues. I appreciate you asking.
  10. TCB

    gnomes, mine are 32. They are roomy when I button them and that's just how I like it. The TCB measurements are post-wash. They shrink a little in length after a hot wash and warm tumble at the laundromat, not much in the waist. The waist will stretch about an inch like any others and quite quickly in an active lifestyle. I wash them every week or so and after five or seven days, they feel much bigger in the waist. I would size up to the 34 and wear them LOOSE. That's the look.
  11. TCB

    I've been steady on the TCB Seaman's Trousers this summer. I was walking down Green Street past Blue In Green when I was stopped by a photographer. He asked if he could take my picture. I consented. He gave me his card and said if I e-mailed, he'd send the photos. The highlight is definitely those damn jeans. NE corner of Green St. and Canal St. New York City, July 16, 2016. Photo: Alejandro Garcia. That denim... Finished out my front with Chuco Moreno wearing the same trousers. And grabbed a fun one from Bert Krak. Design from a 1983 National Design sheet drawn by Crazy Philadelphia Eddie.
  12. World of denim shops

  13. World of denim shops

  14. World of denim shops