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  1. FS: Pending

    Belt sold - will have new stuff up soon
  2. Getting married next month. Broke, need money to pay for wedding ring. Hate to sell these things, but fiancee is priority. Tons of pictures on the flicker pages attached. All prices include paypal fee, shipping, tracking, etc. anywhere in CONUS. For each item shipped, I will include a few yards of dead stock Cone Mills blue-line broken twill selvage denim for free. Do with it what you wish. Tender Co. Type 130 English woad-dipped jean. Size 3. (34x32) These are from the first run of these jeans. 4-5 soaks/washes. Some repairs made by hand on back pockets, back yoke (under belt), and beltloops. Comes with letter from Rodeo Bill (William K of Tender Co). Chainstitched at SELA with matching blue thread. $250 Tender Co. Type 200 belt. Size 4. 42 inches total length. 36/37 inches to middle hole. First run. Belt in excellent condition. Note grain growth, woad indigo rubbed off on inside of belt, and features what appears to be a barb-wire scar from when the animal was alive. Super beefy, still has the rich smell that these belts are so famous for. Includes tags. $150 Thank you for looking! Would consider trade, whole or partial, for select early Mister Freedom pieces: Liberty CPO in XL - Any condition. White Shore Shorts 38 - Any condition. Okinawa Rainbows withdrawn.
  3. 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?