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  1. julian-wolf

    Freewheelers, Bootleggers Reunion, Bubo, etc.

    Those really do fit great—I almost put a bid in for that Hammersmith but figured it’d be better off going to someone your size than mine, & I’m glad it worked out the way it did
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    Sugar Cane Denim

    W31 M41058 on Mercari for ¥10k Great jeans
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    Never worn suspenders before, but as a big fan of both TCB & MOTO I’ve been getting increasingly excited to see what they come up with Anyone planning on getting a pair?
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    WAYWT 2021 [denim edition]

    Congratulations, @beautiful_FrEaK!! Warehouse x 2 / Hollows / Russell The color of the shoes doesn’t come across well in photos at all, but I’m really happy with how they’ve turned out
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    I would’ve needed a size or two up in the ‘40s, but mostly ‘cause of how much slimmer they are through the crotch, seat, & thighs—I could see the waist itself having stretched out if necessary edit: This is relative to the ‘50s
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    Shoes that look better with age...

    Another few days of wear on the White’s
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    What are your jeans doing today?

    Drove down to New Mexico last week for a couple friends' wedding; decided to make the most of the trip & went for a quick hike in the Pecos Wilderness, just east of Santa Fe It's easy to forget that New Mexico has real mountains. In my mind, as an outsider, it's all high desert—with some nice hills, maybe, but nothing properly up there. Made it to camp the first afternoon and found myself swimming in an alpine lake at 12k', which was a great surprise; if there had been more clouds in the sky (or if I'd thought to bring long pants) I might have made it up to some summits well past 13. The scenery was consistently pretty, but what really made me fall for the area, as a [draught-ridden] Californian, was just how much water was flowing, even now in late Summer. Never needed to carry more than a couple liters with me at a time, & it was beautiful Featuring (though not shown) Bubo Skagit & Bushmaster, + White's Hikers. This was my first serious use of the Skagit, and it did a lovely job—definitely worthy of some real wear. Meanwhile, really not a fan of the Bushmaster shorts, as much as I'd like to be—the overall design's great and the material's a good fit, but they're put together terribly—more on that later, maybe
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    If it helps you feel any better about it, they do very much serve a function…sure, they’re probably not nearly as sturdy, long-term, as modern tacks, but without them it wouldn’t take much for your pockets to start falling off
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    Not sure what you mean by them only having one side—there's a standard rivet head behind the fold of the pocket… Removing them would mean taking the pocket off and putting it back on, but that's plenty doable; not sure what you'd gain from it, though
  10. The numbers refer to the denim (5s is kakishibu, 7s is sumi, 1-2-3s is double indigo, etc.), & the name refers to the fit: Cisco, Stone, TH, & maybe one other that I’m forgetting. Money Cisco is just an altered version of Cisco. I’m not sure about the 5P.
  11. No photos with it yet, but since this thread hasn't been getting much activity… Grabbed one of the linen Blluemade bucket caps from S&S Santa Fe last week & it's been treating me great! Brim's on the small side, but overall I'd def. recommend
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    Superdenim community sale thread

    See earlier in the thread for photos of the jeans
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    Don’t know about body length, but whenever I’ve tried on their tops the sleeves have been way too short
  14. It’s the Okinawa, but it’s not a version of the 1947—different cut, slightly different detailing, etc.
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    Sizing up 2 from jeans to belts is pretty standard, & with the option to use different holes I’ve honestly never thought much about measurements / differences between brands—33 or 34 in jeans, 35 in belts
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