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Pedro

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    rough trade
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  • biography:
    Denim Love.
  • location:
    West Texas & SE Asia
  • wish i was in
    1880
  • occupation:
    Now fitting into 34W
  • denim
    size 36
  • t-shirt
    large
  • shoes
    us 11.5 uk 11 eu 45 jp 29

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  1. Pedro

    Samurai Jeans

    What is the original arcuate design? Were they forced to change also by Levis lawsuit? How much will those shrink? is this ad the newer version of your Lot? https://www.okayamadenim.com/products/samurai-jeans-s5000vx-17oz-selvedge-denim-jeans-slim-straight -Pedro
  2. Pedro

    Levi's Vintage Clothing

    @Dry, Did you buy them on sale?
  3. Why is it anyones business why Kiya did so? It sounds like a “Nosey Nellie” sorta question.
  4. It looks like bleach blond is the new black.
  5. @Geeman, I thought I knew most of the BKK denim shops but Indigoskin is a new one to me. Sadly it appears to be online store only. Cheers
  6. Waxed canvas always gets embedded dirt for me when using it for work, I used to have to buy the Filsons quite large because a wash was always an eventuality. Even my Barbour dress jacket suffers from this.
  7. Looks to have a bi-swing back. Thats a great option.
  8. Pedro

    Sugar Cane Denim

    More details greatly appreciated on the deadstock version.
  9. Pedro

    Sugar Cane Denim

    I wonder what that means? The thing I like about the old western shirts is their long sleeve length. These new shirts look a bit like a SC denim I bought called a “Fiction Romance”.
  10. Pedro

    Levi's Vintage Clothing

    @Flash Amen.
  11. Pedro

    Levi's Vintage Clothing

    @propellerbeanie Huh? Its LVC. Its supposed to be a faithful reproduction by definition. Or atleast an honest attempt (thats why we allowed them to jack the price 500%). Otherwise, whats the point? We just spent decades reveling in the subtle differences between model years. Now we are saying “cool beans, I like that Levis is not just giving us the same old 1966 because it was getting so boring”. ;-) Have we now just become apologists for Levis? Enablers of their single need for profit? Jaja.
  12. Pedro

    Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Well Flash, in answer to your friendly non-argumentative question, yes, having been alive and wearing and seeing many other people wearing 1966 STF back then, I do not ever recall seeing one back pocket look as unbalanced and high centered as the one in the photo that introduced this topic.
  13. Pedro

    Levi's Vintage Clothing

    I really need to stay off the Levis forum. I feel like a faithful spouse of nearly 50 years who just learns the love of his life who he has always been loyal to is turning cheap tricks down on the corner for spare change. Levis is dead to me and there are plenty of Asian brides more deserving my attention who have kept their values.
  14. Pedro

    Levi's Vintage Clothing

    Yes I did think Levis was trying to give those 66’s with the asymetrical arch a similar appearance to the freehand pre-47’s. when I see a diamond mated to non-uniform arches, then it just looks incorrect to my memory when we were still finding STF ‘66s on the store shelves.
  15. Pedro

    Levi's Vintage Clothing

    My point is the arcuate looks hideous Flash. I thought I made that quite clear in the earlier post when I said, “This arcuate looks hideous”. Put your handful of stones down Buddy. You are not in church and nobody is insulting Jesus.