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  1. Hi SuFu – We are Standard & Strange, based in Oakland, CA. We're a denim-centric menswear shop. You can find us right at 5010 Telegraph Ave, next door to Pizzaiolo. Our brand list is extensive, to say the least, but here's the highlights: Full Count Ooe Yofuketen Indigofera Masterson's Free Note Rogue Territory Momotaro Japan Blue Jeans Tellason Circle of Friends Naked & Famous Shockoe Thrux Lawrence Monitaly Alden Trickers Yuketen We buy brands that we believe in, without compromise. Initially, it was only Made In USA goods, but as we traveled and were introduced to more and more great brands, we added Canada, Japan, Europe, and the UK to our roster. We're constantly expanding our denim selection with the goal of being able to fit just about anyone to a great pair of jeans, whether it's N&F weird guys in stretch selvedge denim, or 18oz Momotaro Natural Tapers. We take the same approach to shirts, jackets, boots, and everything else – we try to have fits that work for just about anyone. About our name – one of my areas of interest has always been urban development, planning, and use, and one of the standout books in that area is “The Death and Life of Great American Cities†by Jane Jacobs. There's a passage that's stuck with me over the years: "Cities, however, are the natural homes of supermarkets and standard movie houses plus delicatessens, Viennese bakeries, foreign groceries, art movies, and so on, all of which can be found co-existing, the standard with the strange, the large with the small." (bold emphasis mine). When we found our original space – in Temescal Alley – it was on it's 3rd rebirth – originally horse stables, the store fronts in the alley had long been used as cheap storage lockers. When we built out the space we were tearing out boards that been there for 100+ years. Our goal – whether it's denim, boots, or shirts – is to make sure every person coming through our door gets what they want, even if it's just a shot of whiskey and a warm welcome. The best place to catch us online outside of here is Instagram, and via our email list. Our 3-year anniversary party: The denim wall: When we needed gift cards, we went all in, and made them from brass: We get a bit obsessive about our denim details - here's a macro of Full Count's 100% Zimbabwean cotton: And another because why not: Kapital Century denim and aged button: Finally, Brandon, one of our team, getting serious about some Rogue Territory and Momotaro:
  2. I think it would be fun to have a thread for us to talk about times we sized incorrectly, unfortunate or untimely blowouts, missed connections with a pair that just would never work out or just random general nonsense for our little community here. So, anyone have any stories to share about when they first got into denim?
  3. #GRAY

    Viapiana Custom Jeans

    Viapiana Custom Jean, Just received my first pair of Viapiana Custom Jeans in the mail yesterday. I didn't know a lot before I ordered the jeans but I had high expectations due to how detailed everything looked online, viapiana. This was an amazing process and I got to email the producer throughout the whole process. I started by simply picking out everything I wanted. Denims, Threads, Buttons, Zipper, Patch, and other parts of the denim. Then I measured my favorite fitting pair of jeans. I used his way of measuring to make sure he knew exactly what I wanted. In a week they arrived at my doorstep! I choose these jeans because I wanted something simple, clean and had a lot of small detailing. Also I wanted something that would fit like a pair of my skate pants. I had high expectations and these surpassed it. I am very impressed with everything about what this guy does. My Jeans were: I-103RD (17oz Raw Indigo) Light Tobacco Stitching Copper Buttons and Rivets Veg Tan Patch Fit Pictures Coming Soon...
  4. ShAraLeEe

    UES Denim

    Hey all, Welcome to UES Denim, We are a Japan based raw denim maker. Our brand name “UES†derives from “waste†in English. Japanese people often reuse old clothes as dust cloths to extend these usages and call it “UES†since early times. We keep on making our products in the hope that you will use our products until the end of its life. Neither throwing them away nor, keeping them in the closet without being fully-used. Browsing our website so that you may get a better understanding of our concept and products. http://www.japaneseselvagejeans.com/ Feel free to ask any questions here or contact us at [email protected] Facebook http://www.facebook.com/UesJeans Twitter https://twitter.com/ues_japan 400S NON WASH 400S 4YRS IN UESD
  5. public denimy

    Denim Videos only

    What's up Sufu! I've been lurking the super denim section for a while now and I finally decided to join since no other forum discusses raw denim as much as sufu. Anyways, I wanted a thread that has interesting videos about denim so people can educate themselves about how denim is made or about brands. I'll start off with a few.... Story of Raleigh Denim: Union Special 43200G: I can only upload two vids I guess.
  6. braille_teeth

    Tender Co. Denim

    Stumbled across this post introducing (?) denim from a UK brand called Tender. If half the things they say on their website are true, this is the most obsessively small-scale thing I've heard of short of hand-weaving the fabric. They hand-dye the fiber, hand-cast all the hardware, hand-tan the leather in tan oak juice, etc. etc. Has anybody seen a pair of these in the wild yet? They have a guidebook which is password protected. I hate being tantalized. Eh?
  7. rnrswitch

    Roy. (expurgated edition)

    http://www.roydenim.com/ Sorry if this has already been posted, but I couldn't find a thread on this dude. Has anyone around here heard of this guy? I have stumbled across his name and talents over a couple of blogs. It seems he started as a collector of sewing machines and became really interested in Jeans and has since attempted to perfect his skills at making jeans. I believe he made some canvas totes for Cone that were give aways at some trade shows. . Here are some pics of a pair of jeans he has up for sale on the website. RAISED BELT LOOPS I love plain rivets and those buttons holes are nuts. The plain donut hole buttons are also a nice little touch. The price of a pair of jeans sewn by him is $150 made of Cone Mill selvage denim. Pretty good price. Anyone around here purchased a pair?
  8. M.O.A

    Introducing Tellason Denim

    Sup Sufooz I wanted to introduce you guys to a new denim brand that has just launched their first run of jeans in the US. These guys hail from San Francisco and have a definite passion for their work. They stopped by a few months ago to show us the first few samples of the denim and I have been patiently waiting to see how the final product turned out. When they arrived in the studio today I threw them on immediately and was impressed on the quality of construction and the details most of all. The Strummer fit is a tad bit slimmer and lower cut then I prefer these days but they were beautiful none the less. Its nice to wear something more modern fitting as opposed to the old man 66 cuts i have been wearing recently. A few quick details include Cone Mills White Oak selvedge denim, Tanner Goods hand made patches, donut buttons, bar tack and rivet reinforced seems and a bevy of clever details, and great price point Here are the pics, more details and measurements to follow. Fit pics coming too. measurements for raw
  9. iloveredstripe

    Ande Whall Denim

    Has Superfuture 4.0 eaten Ande Whall alive ? Is he no longer persona non grata at Supertalk ?
  10. Since we've been getting tons of small, insignificant questions that don't need their own threads, here is a thread where they can all go. RULES: 1) DO NOT SHIT UP THIS THREAD. This is not a supertrash thread. Unnecessary, stupid replies will be deleted. Offenders may be temp banned depending on my mood. 2) DON'T POST UNLESS YOU ARE ASKING A QUESTION OR ANSWERING ONE! 3) DO NOT BE A JERK OR AN ASS OR BE SNIDE OR SARCASTIC! This thread is for all those dumb little questions that don't need their own threads, so don't come in here if you don't want to read them! 4) This is for small/dumb/personal questions. IE: "What should I buy next? What is starch? How do I shrink my jeans? What is STF? What is sanforization? What is my waist size? What inseam do I get? What is hemming?" etc. etc. etc.
  11. beatle

    What about Jeans Jackets ....

    I thought it might be interesting to see what kind of denim jackets everybody's wearing So here's mine - LVC Red Tab Worn for ages...only one wash...
  12. allacedout

    Sugar Cane Denim

    wanted to know if anyone has these? http://www.rakuten.co.jp/hinoya/119706/256094/132077/ how do they fit? cos they look like a not so baggy cut compared to 501 47s. how do they wear in time? does anyone have any pics? also, how does the size run? i'm usually a 29 in most brands. do they shrink alot?