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  1. Inimitable N!

    Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    I'm breaking in a pair of TFH 3005s but aside from that everything else has been sold. Oh and a pair of Blue Blanket IJJs that actually fit better with my "reduced profile".
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    Tcb 20s Contest final photos submission thread

    they might still be a bit darker than the rest of the "herd" but they're mine and I love them...
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    Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    #019 breaking radio silence... promises, promises... getting "it" in gear so'z I can provide photographic evidence. Although, like @volvo240thebest I lost a significant amount of weight (70 lbs) taking me from a comfortable 40" waist to a 33" waist and making for a much baggier fit than expected. I literally have the cinch as tight as it can possibly go and still need suspenders to keep 'em up, so I don't wear them as much as expected but they have certainly transformed. I'll admit it's got me eyeballing the TCB 50s... a LOT!
  4. I noticed this benefit Takayuki Echigoya of Bowery Blue Makers started on GoFundMe to help save Kiyama Denim Mill in Okayama. The mill sustained flood waters of over four feet submerging the machines for days. As we all surely know these antique shuttle looms are assembled from both metal and wood including the shuttles. When running Kiyama's mill uses 1000 shuttles, 200 have been donated from other mills while the others will undergo the painstaking process of being hand repaired by a 78 year-old master craftsman. Needless to say, the situation is certainly worthy of the attention of the greater denim community. Save Kiyama Denim Mill Having survived numerous hurricanes having lived in Florida most of my life I personally understand the loss and the pain of trying to rebuild. I thought I'd bring it to the attention of everyone here who is concerned. If moderators find the post to be against the principles or policies of SuFu please feel free to remove, I won't be offended.