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  1. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    I read he only takes 4 rush orders a month.
  2. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    As much as I hate the wait, I do love the product. My jeans pictured above, are the best pair that I own. I imagine I will feel the same way about the jacket. Had I known this was a side gig, I would have paid extra for the 4 week rush.
  3. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    Thank you for sharing this. I don’t like finding out this information secondhand. On the website, there is an opportunity to share this, but it seems intentionally ignored. From the website faqs: Where the $#@% are my jeans?!! Heritage Collection hand made jeans are meticulously crafted by founder and sixth generation sewer Ryan Martin. Due to the tedious nature of the construction and utmost attention to detail, only one pair can be made per working day. Because several orders can come in a day, among other logistical factors, the lead time is fluid and changing almost by the hour. Posted lead times were not meant to be taken as Gospel, only a very rough gauge of the current work load. If waiting patiently ain't your thing, feel free to browse the Ready to Wear Collection for goods available to ship immediately or feel free to pay a few bucks more have have them made guaranteed in 4 weeks or less. This will be explained in more detail during the initial consultation
  4. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    2-2.5 years is crazy. Weight can be gained/lost. All sorts of variables. Job/style can change, economies can fail, Denim lots can get ruined, Cone Mills can close factories, etc...
  5. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    Thank you for sorting that out.
  6. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    I think I remember reading at Denimbro that it may have been ancient deadstock denim. Not sure. Leroy thread over there.
  7. The Flat Head

    TFHxRJBxCorlection2109
  8. Studio D'artisan

    You’re killing me, “several”. Beautiful!
  9. Samurai Jeans

    @Critical Observer as you can see in the pic, I am comfortable at 35/36 sized waist in Samurai. The S710SJC19oz - AI proved the same. Marked 35 Waist Post Soak:(2 hot, 2 hang dry) Waist 35 FR 11 RR 15.5 Thigh(crotch) 12.5 Thigh(2in down) 12 Knee 9.5 Hem 8.5 Inseam 35
  10. Samurai Jeans

    @Niro Critical Observer is correct. S710SJC19oz-AI. They are dark indigo. They’ve been hot soaked twice. They are darker than the S5000AI-10SP. They are also less rigid, Samurai cotton maybe? Crazy purchase, but I have a really good feeling about them.
  11. Samurai Jeans

    @mpukasS5000VX 15th Anniversary.
  12. Samurai Jeans

    25oz - 16oz - 17ozAI - 19ozAI - 20oz
  13. Samurai Jeans

    What’s the scoop on the new Samurai Home Grown? Is there a noticeable difference? I’m considering the 19oz, and wondering what to expect. TIA to the Samurai experts for any input you can share.
  14. How many pairs of jeans do you own?

    @Foxy2 I’ve always enjoyed reading your posts, until now! This one hurt a little.
  15. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    Roy’s and IH? They look great! Roy hooked you up. Purchasing an excellent product is a great buy. Receiving service of equal quality to the product changes a purchase to a memorable experience. Thanks for sharing.