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    W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    Well obviously it was some form of hyperbole
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    W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    I love this thread so much! Those are some nice jeans. Too bad he's a jerk. Those are some nice jeans. Too bad he's a jerk. Those are some nice jeans. Too bad he's a jerk. aaaaand repeat...
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    WAYWT 2019 (denim edition)

    Thanks! I'm not certain, but that's what it seems like.
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    Shoes that look better with age...

    Why does Nicks think its OK to post such atrocious stitch work to the public?
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    WAYWT 2019 (denim edition)

    Globe Specs shades Freewheelers jacket Stevenson T Pigeon Tree belt CSF jeans White Kloud boots
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    DWC2 - Photo Updates Thread

    Never posted an update because I didn't think the jeans were faded enough, but here goes! Took my jeans back to where they were made and the man that made them Actual fade updates:
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    WAYWT 2019 (denim edition)

    Freewheelers Sunset (new) Warehouse loopwheel t Pigeion tree belt CSF jeans White Kloud boots
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    Conners Sewing Factory

    I can completely understand the confusion at Conner's. My obsession with them is even weirder as I wasn't hardcore into vintage Levi's before discovering the brand. Even more strangely- I am absolutely obsessed with stitch count and finishing details on my leather jackets and boots. However, jeans are a completely different animal for me. While all of these items mentioned age, boots and leather jackets can and do last more than a single lifetime. That permanence makes the perfect construction something that can last longer and be appreciated for a longer time in my eyes. With jeans, they fall apart sooner rather than later. It doesn't matter how well they are made and how perfectly they are finished- they will become unwearable within your own lifetime unless you don't wear them enough. That is one reason that I can get into the imperfections of CSF. Another reason for me is that I have never seen a perfectly stitched pair of jeans. I have owned 4 Roy items, a pair of Ooes, several RJBs, etc, etc. Every single one of them had or has some sort of aesthetic construction flaw. On the other hand, I have handled and in fact own a perfectly made and finished pair of boots and a leather jacket that is about as close to perfection as possible. I am not trying to discount the incredible skill that people like Roy, Hiro Ooe, Ben Viapiana, etc have. This is just my personal view and what makes sense in my head. Most importantly, none of those other jeans appeal to me anymore. I felt a connection with Conner's Sewing Factory jeans that has actually caused me to get more into vintage than I was before, especially in terms of jeans. I also understand the niche within a niche within a niche within a niche that CSF is. I will stand from my soapbox and proclaim the objective quality of Freewheelers leather jackets and especially White Kloud boots, but I don't do that with Conner's because I understand that it doesn't compare in the same way.Honestly, I can't even express exactly why I adore the brand so much. Even after all this rambling, I could type thousands more words and still not fully explain it. I can if people wish, but I doubt it. What I can say is that I have never loved a pair of jeans half as much as I love my CSF jeans.
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    Conners Sewing Factory

    I don't think the threads are purposely put there, but I do think they are deliberately not removed if that makes sense. I actually love it. Great fit on those @Flash !!
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    The Flat Head

    Kick ass @itsbenhere !! It's an incredible experience isn't it? The apple pizza seems like it would be awful, but it's delicious. The RJB fades are killer as well.
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    Conners Sewing Factory

    I'll post those once I soak them
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    Conners Sewing Factory

    Should be the same as my blue one, but it is not shrunk yet. Do you want the raw measurements?
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    Conners Sewing Factory

    Here are the items I purchased while visiting CSF in Japan. I finally purchased the 1946 first half jeans and on features alone, these are my favorite in my collection. My collection now includes 1922, 1937, WWII SF, 1946 first half, and 1947. I am pretty happy with my collection, but may add the 1946 second half eventually or one of the other WWII models. If anyone is interested in some sort of more in depth comparison between all models, please let me know. I also picked up a 1946 jacket in the limited edition black denim and had an embroidery of a P-40 Warhawk put on it by the in house embroiderer. I know many don't like the limited edition denim colors, but I don't mind them so long as he keeps making the excellent repros. I went with this because I already have a blue denim jacket from him and can wear the black easier with my blue jeans (I do not like to wear double blue denim normally) and I sort of treated this as a souvenir jacket- it's sort of weird and unique and I love it. The embroidery work also really impressed me. I can also add some more shots of the actual visit if anyone wants. It was an amazing time.
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    Conners Sewing Factory

    They will need some repairs fairly soon, but I am very impressed at the durability of these.
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    Conners Sewing Factory

    Finally time to post some updates on my CSF 1937 jeans. I have worn these for about 15-16 months and was able to wear them at work for around 6 months. One soak and two washes in the tub. Yeah, yeah, I don't wash enough and I don't care. I'm very happy with how these have aged. At only 11oz before the initial soak, they are certainly slow faders, but I think the patience has been worth it and they definitely have a lot more life left in them.