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    The Soonest || There's Talk || Self Edge SF
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    slanging pants, making music
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  1. Real Japan Blues - Jeans & Shirts...

    Dang, that new rjb fabric looks really good. I’m starting to see more worn in jeans using that fabric but that’s the best one so far.
  2. Stevenson Overall Company

    The arcuates are stitched further up so that when they fold the pockets it'll hide part of the arcs on the inside. He also put a curve on the pockets so it's an acorn-esque shape but still has enough room at the bottom of your wallet if you're like me and have a chunkier wallet. Normally I gravitate towards unsanforized but I've seen a lot of examples of how this fabric ages and it's just as good as anything Stevenson puts out. The jeans are cool but I'm actually more excited about the tops he's done...it was hard to decide what to buy because everything was just so good.
  3. Buzz Rickson

    We had one ma-1 left over from the previous season when we got the most recent run and i honestly would not be able to tell you which one is the older version now. No noticeable difference.
  4. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    It shrinks a lot more and....that's really it. Fabric tends to feel a lot softer and brings out of the hairs so it does feel...I guess fluffier is the best way to describe it. I've done with plenty with jeans inside out, with other clothes, and I try to flatten some of the bigger creases before it goes in if possible.
  5. Sugar Cane Denim

    The naming of these cuts is a little confusing but it's basically 1947 and then 2009 (type II) and then 2014 (type III). They're all slimmed down versions of the 1947 with 2014 being the slimmest of the 3.
  6. The Sneakers we wear with our jeans

    I'm a fan of Viberg for the most part and I think it's an interesting idea for them to branch into sneakers but I just can't get behind those sneakers. Even knowing the materials, it still looks like knockoff of an imaginary collab between new balance and sketchers with design input from Steph curry.
  7. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    I noticed a huge difference in longevity once i started washing my jeans often. I used to have to fix every 6 months or so but now I’m able to go 1+ Year without needing to get repairs done. I’m prob washing once every couple of weeks...one month at the longest.
  8. Watches and Denim

    Dang I’m excited for you. I agree with you on that line of thinking. That watch looks awesome.
  9. Stevenson Overall Company

    I'm beginning to realize that I need to get the dark indigo dura-bilt pants.
  10. The Sneakers we wear with our jeans

    nice! fyi, the color really is close to the pictures. it's "black" in that it's a very faded/sunbleached black that has that dark brown look. I like it but just don't expect a classic black haha
  11. The Sneakers we wear with our jeans

    You should definitely do it. It's my favorite sneaker. I have the black and ivory ones. They feel like you're wearing a boot without the weigh and bulk.
  12. Waywt 2018 (denim version)

    Papa Nui Convoy Roy Flat Head 3009 Visvim Kiefer
  13. Sugar Cane Denim

    Yeah it’s the new 16.5oz Okinawa denim but in a slim tapered fit that still has a decent mid rise and some thigh room but with a stronger taper than the 2014. It also hasn’t been washed.
  14. Watches and Denim

    damn, those are serious. This whole thread got me looking at some watches on my wishlist....been wanting a pilot watch for a while now. I'm very tempted to pull the trigger on an archimede or a stowa....
  15. The Flat Head

    I was told that it's from using a nail there to keep the boots on the last while they're being made.