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  1. Talan

    What are your jeans doing today?

    https://www.neot-kedumim.org.il/index-plant-of-the-month/play-with-walnuts/
  2. Talan

    Belts

    Two recently obtained belts, the russet from the famed Equus Leather, the black from @Duke Mantee. Both belts are made from the excellent J & F.J. Baker and Co leather. Worn with about the same frequency. Both belts are carefully and neatly made and the material is superb. Wear and feel about the same, although the Equus belt seemed slightly softer initially. Having said all that, the Equus belt is a little uncomfortable and can be felt on the body, whereas the other belt just "disappears" when worn - it fits perfectly and is not felt at all. In a shoot-out between the two belts, the belt from @Duke Mantee wins by a small but clear margin.
  3. Talan

    Belts

    So finally the belt from @Duke Mantee found me in the mountains of Germany, where my wife and I are struggling to find peace from the war at home in Ukraine.
  4. Lock stitch can work just as well or even better than chain stitch. Also, $10 simple casual trousers from a local shop can be just as comfortable and well made, or maybe even more comfortable and better made, than $300 repro jeans bought and shipped from Japan with all related difficulties of searching, dealing with sellers, long delivery time, customs clearance, sizing guess work and so on. So, since I'm paying $300 for repro jeans from Japan, I definitely prefer chain stitch. It is part of the fun after all.
  5. Talan

    Nice Things

    Leaving hardware aside, do you count beans like Beethoven?
  6. Talan

    Denime

    I like Warehouse, however the only time the threads ripped at the crotch on a relatively new pair of jeans happened with Warehouse jeans, although they're not the only ones using plain cotton threads...
  7. Talan

    Conners Sewing Factory

    I can see now how lucky I am that Mr. Konaka refused to accept my overseas order for his jeans not so long ago. I don't know if I'd be able to live with the discrepancy now - I can't not wear them and my conscience won't let me. What a bummer.
  8. Talan

    Conners Sewing Factory

    If anyone can't cope with being disgusted by Mr. Konaka's actions and owns a pair of CSF jeans in size 36 I'm willing to come to the rescue and help get rid of them
  9. Talan

    Superdenim community sale thread

    Naoki tells everybody inquire about Denime XX now... Have any idea why?
  10. Talan

    Samurai Jeans

    2nd has it for about 330 USD
  11. Talan

    Samurai Jeans

    Samurai website is very expensive. Try to look elsewhere.
  12. Talan

    Denime

    Excellent!
  13. Talan

    WAYWT 2022 [denim edition]

    Have you ever thought of taking style inspiration from Bobby or Jerry?
  14. Talan

    Superdenim community sale thread

    Some jeans for sale. 1. Sugar Cane Okinawa, size 36. Tailor chain-stitch hemmed at 72 cm. Waist 45 cm. Couple of hot washes, condition is very good. US$ 100 shipped. 2. Strike Gold 2109 (Pure Gold), size 36. One hot wash, early fading. Very good condition. Self Edge chain stitch hemmed at 77 cm. Waist 45 cm. US$170 shipped. 3. Pure Blue Japan XX-013, size 36. Chain-stitch hemmed at 79 cm, waist 44 cm. Couple of hot washes, very good condition. US$ 140. SOLD Please dm for more pics and info. Prices are negotiable and include worldwide shipping. There is also Freewheelers Corduroy Pants listed several pages above.
  15. Talan

    WAYWT 2022 [denim edition]

    Best treatment. And, as dogs and cats do not watch tv and not following social media they do not afraid to contract disease.
  • Alan Crocetti Silver Nose Plaster
    $US 342

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