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  1. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    I don't generally buy anything that doesn't have 27" or more total rise length. 11" front is fine with a longer back rise, and 15" back rise works with a 12"+ front rise.
  2. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    The wait time for Equus Leather is pretty long, but they communicate the wait quite well. That said I think they have 1-2 employees working on customer service stuff.
  3. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    Grey and green aarch shirts I forwarded this on to aaron, he said that if he wants to customize the design or fit of the dubbleworks shirts, the minimum order quantity goes up significantly. He's doing mother of pearl buttons for the longsleeve henleys instead of regular urea ones though.
  4. Vintage Sweatshirts

    After unfortunately learning that the Warehouse 404 Freedom Sleeve sweat in Heather Grey is sold out in 38, I'm now looking at picking up the Stevenson Overall ELS Cotton Loopwheel Sweatshirt, which also features a textured heather gray marl and has freedom sleeves. Does anyone have one of these, how is the fit / fabric, how much shrinkage etc ?
  5. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    The camera wasn't on the macro setting but here's a slightly better shot of the fabric. It's actually not quite the same as that Fullcount Henley, it's softer and slightly lighter but it has the same texture and yarn appearance. It would be the second lightest loopwheel & wakayama tubular knit fabric I've encountered behind the Loop&Weft Supima.
  6. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    Tezomeya 175cm in Hanada-iro (natural indigo) @ 3 wears/2washes and Aarch.co Slow Knit Tee in Heather Gray, Size Large, made by Dubbleworks 2 wears/1 wash Too lazy to put on shoes
  7. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    Sure man. My grey tshirt is in the wash, if it dries tomorrow and I remember I will take a photo. The fabric for the heather grey is the same fabric that Full Count used last year for their henley I have two of those henleys in grey and two in indigo (not featured in picture). Good fabric and mine are all over a year old and are holding up strong.
  8. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    I purchased 2 aarch.co t-shirts which became available at Calder Sartoria in Melbourne, and will go up on aarch.co website soon. $80 aud each - these will be a steal for those who have a strong currency (usd, euro, sek, gbp etc) The shirts are made by Dubbleworks in Japan, and the sizing is very similar to the Warehouse 4601 tee, maybe a touch shorter. The fabric in the actual run of t-shirts is very uniform and 'normal' compared to the blue sample. It's less slubby than the Warehouse fabric. The construction is exactly the same apart from the collar. Warehouse has a thick row of ribbing sewn on the outside. aarch.co has regular ribbing sewn on the inside with soft seam tape at the back of the inner collar. The tshirt fabric doesn't have heaps of texture but it is very soft. The fabric weight is on the medium-lightweight side - less thick than Warehouse and less dense than Tezomeya but not as thin as some of the Loop&Weft t-shirts that I have. It's definitely one of the softest loopwheel/tubular knit tshirts from Japan that I have tried. I wore mine last night to a music event and the t-shirt was very comfortable and very breathable. I purchased a heather gray and a white t-shirt. The green color is different, but it doesn't really go with a lot of my clothing. Aaron (the owner of the aarch.co brand) took some photos of me wearing my t-shirt, but it was raining in Melbourne last night and it was very difficult to get sufficient lighting. If there are any good photos he said he would send them, but I think he wants to re-take them next week.
  9. Warehouse

    Size 38 in Warehouse 404 Heather Gray sold out everywhere ... FML
  10. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    I bought some gurkha pants recently made of japanese denim, I should take a photo
  11. I have a thermal shirt but I live in Australia. I find that they let the air/breeze in when you stand stilll, but after you've moved around a bit they trap the heat. I get hot quite easily so for me that's the opposite of what I need. Probably better off as an underlayer in a colder climate
  12. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    No worries mate. I should post some more up as I've had thorough time to wear a lot of the stuff I bought since July. Just haven't got around to taking any photos
  13. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    I got an update on this today The brand is aarch.co Here is a photo of the sample fabric: The fabric is tubular knit at Wakayama, Japan, but not loopwheeled. The first run is plan t-shirts in four colours - White, Grey, Indigo and Army Green The price will be $80AU Release date is a few weeks
  14. Superdenim Instagram Community

    @enverxis I don't post much currently because I don't use a smartphone.