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About Outdoorsman

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  1. TCB

    Yup, that's it. I went by my natural waist size alone and ordered size 32. At that time I was pretty new to ordering jeans online and didn't factor in how the rise of a jean influences waist sizing. If I sized correctly (i.e. sized up to 34) I would have been fine and the jeans would be a classic mid-rise.
  2. TCB

    @Maynard Friedman I'll measure a bunch of my jeans in the evening and do a little bit more research before I make a definitive decision but I'll keep your pair in mind.
  3. TCB

    Very tempted by the 50s right now. I'm a 32-33 in most jeans but a little concerned about TCB sizing. I bought a 60s in size 32 once but it felt two sizes too small. And I didn't like the super low rise. Should I get a size 32 in the 50s jean? Measurements on paper look good
  4. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Code doesn't work in Austria. I guess it's only select countries that are eligible
  5. @JDelage I can't speak of their HS clothing line, but I once ordered from their store and had zero issues. Fast shipping and nice packaging. I'd say be a early-adopter and tell us about their gear. Maybe you'll start a new trend :-)
  6. Warehouse

    @Rehnen1No worries, you got the sizing right. I'm 6ft 2 and I own the same work shirt (lot 3076) in the chambray fabric. Size is 40 and it fits very well. Sleeves are long enough for taller guys. I got the lot 453 sweatshirt in size 40 and I wish I sized up. Shrank quite a bit and fits too small for me now. I think a size 42 would have been perfect. So you're good :-)
  7. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    Any of you doing denim-related Halloween costumes? I was thinking of Travis Bickle from the movie "Taxi Driver" for this year. I love the movie and he's a badass character. Plus I have most of the costume already: BR M65, aviator sunglasses, (enough) denim jeans, flannel shirt and RW Pecos.
  8. TCB

    Would love to have a pair of sim 50s but with a higher rise!
  9. black day for US manufacturing and the selvage denim scene. I wonder where all the looms are going?
  10. Unknown Japanese Brands

    @Bobbo good read and nice blog!
  11. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    47s will give you a similar fit. I followed the "size up one from your waist size" advice from @Paul T and I am very happy with how they fit. I have pics in the "what are your jeans doing today" thread of me wearing them.
  12. Tender Co. Denim

    awesome pics. japanese guys have such a cool, effortless style
  13. Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Factory seconds maybe?
  14. What are your jeans doing today?

    Took advantage of the sunny weather and had an extended walk with my dog Maya :-) wearing my favorite pair of jeans - LVC 1947s
  15. Workshirts

    Yes, the fit is boxy, The shirt is quite long too. Imo it looks best when tucked in.