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  1. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    Not to be morbid, but what happens if you, or he, is in an accident? Will his family know to refund you, your family to ask for a refund? Do you have it in writing? With wait times over a year, 100% payment upfront is not a realistic way of doing business. He is only one man, and the product was promised to made solely by him. At the current wait time, with taking more orders, and more “rush” orders, the variables trend to not receiving an order. Can you imagine how much space over two years of back stocked orders must take up? I’m sure he has the best of intentions, but there are many variables out of his control. Knowing that, taking more orders and more money is an irresponsible way of doing business. Listen to the podcast posted here, higher prices have not curbed demand. Every order digs a deeper hole. What happens if ten orders want a refund, $5000ish dollars, is he not spending your money until your order is satisfactorily fulfilled?
  2. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    Not yet
  3. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    Congrats. If it is from his Heritage line, he makes it, ready to wear is made out of house, if I correctly understood the interview posted by @mpukas
  4. Stuff you would like to see made

    I miss my teenage years when I could walk into the Van’s hut on Topanga Canyon Blvd and order any combo you could dream up. My wants would be Oni Awa Shoai, and Studio d’Artisan x’s-31.
  5. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    The product truly is special. I would recommend it, but I would also recommend paying for the rush service.
  6. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    To be fair. I ordered from WH Ranch because the product is great, not because of customer service. if the jacket is as great as my jeans, I’ll be one smiling, well dressed mofo!
  7. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    We can all do the math. The monies collected up front were spent long ago. If new sales dry up, what is the motivation or ability to meet already paid for orders? Hell, the storage cost for two years worth of orders must be huge. Denim, thread buttons, etc... Moving it all from Colorado to Kansas must have also been expensive. The thing that gets me, is that after I placed my jacket order, he advertised two of the exact same jackets on IG for instant sale, and at lower prices than what I paid, with very similar measurements to my order. Why not offer to a customer that has already paid? Unless you need the cash...
  8. The Flat Head

    TFH/RJB Corlection 2109 Slow faders.
  9. Pure Blue Japan

    Too much fade for my taste. Thanks for posting.
  10. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    Measure twice...
  11. Roy. (expurgated edition)

    Are you hanging anything from your pocket while working?
  12. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    Ryan was great to back to me so fast. He agreed the jacket gunks up his machines, and that my order got the last of the last of the vintage-repurposed tin cloth. Thanks for the head’s up. My jacket is still good. Stay cool everybody. It’s freakin hot! I hope you’re not working outside Edwin.
  13. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    Thanks for the heads up! I have the Filson also, and was thinking the same, Filson for work, WHR for fun. It was either March or May the last time I heard from Ryan, he said it was already started.
  14. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    No evo pics of the tin cloth jacket?
  15. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    Very nice.