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  1. effdatnoise

    Black jeans lovers!!!

    so i've been loving this pair of Imperials with black (greyish weft?) that i think were billed as "low viscosity sulfur dyed". warm soaked. worn for two weeks straight now. not noticing any fading at the hem or belt loops where my jacket/bag rub constantly. no ruboff on roughout leather boots or white sneakers. i've seen a few pics that suggest they fade eventually, but right now i'm not believing it
  2. @maharu @JDelage I've been wearing some of the "military trousers" with patch pockets (is that what these are?) in the como fabric. super soft. love them. make a lot of other brands look like garbage honestly. dense stitching, raised belt loops, custom rivets that are painted black and wear in to show the copper, fully lined herringbone pockets. here are some old pics i took sometime last year. they've lightened up a bit since then. you can kinda see the copper ont he pocket rivet. the insides the paint is just starting to really rub off to show some copper on the edges. https://imgur.com/a/eR2oPvf i would put these construction-wise in the category of "nothing is better than these, just different". they source their fabrics from italy and japan i think. the more i type the more interesting i think the brand is...american but italian tailoring/sensibility with italian and japanese fabrics. so mayb ewhere they fall short is that they don't to my knowledge have their own fabrics...and nothing straight repro if that's what you looking for
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    Unknown Non-Japanese Brands

    I have the moleskin petanque pants (https://www.endclothing.com/gb/arpenteur-petanque-pant-arp-ptp-nyms.html) and they are awesome. elastic waistband. i really like them as a chino-ish alternative. that shirt graphic is cool, they seem to have neat prints each season