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  1. MileHighEvertonian

    Sugar Cane Denim

    They look good @Broark Really dig the black patch SE put together for those 47s.
  2. MileHighEvertonian

    Sugar Cane Denim

    Glad I've at least kept lurking during the pandemic, otherwise I would have missed the news about the SC price bump. I managed to snag some new 47s at the old price. I wore my 5 year old pair a lot this summer. They've held up wonderfully, but they increasingly need little repairs here and there. This is the first time I've bought the same pair twice, and it's been pretty gratifying to see old & new side-by-side.
  3. MileHighEvertonian

    Sugar Cane Denim

    Thanks for the info @roomtemplacroix
  4. MileHighEvertonian

    Sugar Cane Denim

    Would anyone share thoughts on how the top block of the 66 compares to 47s? I've been planning on replacing my 5 y/o 47s with a new pair come fall, but the renewed availability of the 66s has piqued my interest. I'm most curious about the hip flare /anti-fit rear end which is fairly pronounced on my 47s (size 36). Cheers!
  5. MileHighEvertonian

    Mister Freedom

    No fades I'm afraid, @shredwin_206. I set them aside last fall once WFH became an extended reality (SC 47s and Momo 0901s proved more comfy in front of the home computer every day). I'll pull them back out in a few months, get them hemmed, and wear as "nice jeans" for the time being. I'm pretty sure they're still in stock, for what it's worth.
  6. MileHighEvertonian

    Sugar Cane Denim

    Speaking of where to buy Canes, anybody have a sense of how History Preservation is doing these days? Their inventory is very low and they don't seem to be restocking much of anything anymore, which is a shame since they were one of the few places to consistently offer un-soaked/raw Okis, Hawaiis and '47.
  7. MileHighEvertonian

    Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    25 ) William S. Burroughs...a master of "junky style"
  8. MileHighEvertonian

    Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    So, just a tad better than the Kerrygold US grocery store vintage I'm accustomed to.
  9. MileHighEvertonian

    Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    ^Red Leicester, aged I reckon.
  10. MileHighEvertonian

    Freewheelers, Bootleggers Reunion, Bubo, etc.

    Kudos @shredwin_206. I had my eye on the 47s, which dramatically shot up in price during the closing moments.
  11. MileHighEvertonian

    Superdenim Specific Music Meta Thread...

    ^Love it! This New Beat stuff is stellar. Front 242 was about the only Belgian outfit I can remember getting ahold of in the states in the early the 90s. After a little digging on Discogs, I was amused to see that Lords of Acid put out their first single on this Kaos label.
  12. @Dan_F You can get used brooks brothers on ebay for very reasonable prices. I was on the fence about suspenders during the TCB 20s contest and saw that used BB was the easiest, low commitment route to a decent pair. I ultimately cut the suspender buttons off my 20s for what its worth. There are also the cheap czech military surplus ones floating around. If you end up liking suspenders, then https://www.forholdingupthetrousers.com/ is probably the way to go for a premium upgrade.
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