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  1. Warehouse

    https://info.ware-house.co.jp/
  2. Ooe-Yofukuten & Co.

    I wear a 34 in TCB 50s and 36 in Ooe 01. The top blocks are fairly similar in both pairs (of different tag sizes) but the TCBs are a bit wider from the thigh down. The overall line of the two cuts is pretty similar though the TCB is wider below the top block. If I were to compare size 34-to-34 or 36-to-36, the Ooes would be considerably smaller everywhere. Another way of putting this, just as the Ooe 01 is wider than the Ooe 02, the TCB is wider than the 01.
  3. Warehouse

    Yes, what does it mean? I'm interested in knowing since I have a pair of Lot DD-1003 SXX Limited (1943 Model) One Wash, and love 'em, but don't really know what DD means! I'm guessing it's a slubby type of denim ...
  4. TCB

    b_F, I'm pretty confident that 34 raw would work for you since that's what I have and we share the same size on other cuts (e.g., FC1101 in 33 or 34, Warehouse 1105 in 34). The top block of the 50s is really nice, with a moderate front rise and reasonably high back rise. On me, the 34 is trim but comfortable up top and only starts to widen out from the knee down.
  5. Watches and Denim

    16610 LV, Orslow chambray, Ooe OA01
  6. Ooe-Yofukuten & Co.

    The 02 is more tapered from the knee down Maynard. Other than that, I think they're the same. The 01 works great for boots or those with huge calves ;-) I like the 02 with regular shoes.
  7. Ooe-Yofukuten & Co.

    02 is my favorite cut but am such an Ooe fan that I probably couldn’t resist an 01 or anything from 03 to 09. The #17 02 is my favorite pair of jeans, followed by the Golden Gate 01.
  8. Ooe-Yofukuten & Co.

    My #17 02 jeans from the last contest are just starting to look good. Can I submit these at the end of the next contest? ;-)
  9. Ooe-Yofukuten & Co.

    Definitely size up jegr -- +2 sounds about right.
  10. Warehouse

    I sure did EdwardBear.
  11. Warehouse

    Thanks b_F! Like the 1105 LTD that we both enjoy, the 1943 Limited model (Lot DD-1003SXX) is great in the top block -- not too high or low with enough room to move without excess baggage, apart from my gut. The only concern would be the inseam for those who need it longer than 33". The 14.5 oz. denim feels every bit of that weight. Lots of texture, as you can see, with many stray hairs, which I could use on my head. Thanks Maynard. Yes, the 11 year old yellow lab still has it. We call this the pig dog run ;-)
  12. Warehouse

    Here you go ed, with one action shot ...
  13. Warehouse

    For anyone interested in the 14.5 oz. 1943 Limited model (Lot DD-1003SXX), I just picked up a pair in size 34, one wash. Here are the measurements after one more wash and some stretch after a day of wear: Waist 35.5" FR 12.5" BR 17" Thigh 13" Knee 9.5" LO 8.5" Inseam 32.5"
  14. Watches and Denim

    I thought about selling this Doxa 1200T Professional, but after a beer and this picture, it was looking better to me. Wild Child wallet, by the way.
  15. Warehouse

    Here are the post soak measurements on my Warehouse 1105 LTD and 800 (both size 34). Both nice fits but pretty different. I prefer the rise on the 1105 -- not too high or low. Also more room through the thigh. Then, yes, they do taper. But it's a really nice cut -- comfortable but trim. One of my favorite fits. 1105 800 Waist 34" 35" Front Rise 11.5 12 Back Rise 16.5 16.5 Thigh 13.25 12.75 Knee 9.375 9.25 LO 8 8.75 Inseam 32.5 34.25